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Paradan09 dan-roberts's article
Jun 26, 2020 at 18:15
Jun 26, 2020
Revonte's ONE E-Bike Drive System Has an Automatic Transmission Mode
@bjorntsc: Not sure I follow. They state the gear range at a certain rpm, because of the system design. If the second motor had unlimited power and torque the gear range would be the same at all rpm. If the rider puts in either too much torque or too much power the second motor just can’t modify the secondary input rpm enough to get to the same 416%gear range. System design looks like Toyota Hybrid Synergy Drive. I think the patents around that system expired around 2010 or so.
Paradan09 dan-roberts's article
Jun 26, 2020 at 18:01
Jun 26, 2020
Revonte's ONE E-Bike Drive System Has an Automatic Transmission Mode
@andrewbikeguide: I could have made up an excuse like “it was my auto correction” or something but matter of fact is the explanation is even easier. I am a mecatronics engineer but not a native english speaker and I messed up the spelling. Happens every now and then...
Paradan09 dan-roberts's article
Jun 25, 2020 at 4:06
Jun 25, 2020
Revonte's ONE E-Bike Drive System Has an Automatic Transmission Mode
It is not electrically coupled. It is a planetary gearset. A planetary gearset has 2 inputs and one output. So you and one motor are putting a combined inout into that planetary gearset and depending on how fast the other motor spins in relation to you you get a different output rpm amd torque. You only loose what you would loose through gears anyways plus the slightly higher losses of the second motor. That is compensated by the better efficiency of the system because you can be in the optimal rpm range all the time.
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Jan 11, 2019 at 10:05
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There isn‘t. At least not if you compare the CF pro with the race. The 160mm 36 and the 150mm Pike have an almost similar axle to crown (actually I think the 36 is a little bit shorter despite 10mm more travel).
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