Torque Sensor System vs Speed Sensor

SPEED SENSOR

Sensor velocidad ebike

  1. Motor assistance is set according to the speed. The higher the speed, the higher the assistance.
  2. It does not save battery energy. Motor continues using battery even in downhill, when the cyclist does not really need assistance.
  3. It maintains an irregular speed during steep slope. The cyclist loses speed even when executes more pressure (torque) on the pedals.
  4. Shorter distances covered with the same battery capacity.
  5. It requires bigger batteries to be able to climb steep slopes.
  6. It requires bigger batteries for the same autonomy than Torque Sensor System.
  7. Delayed pedal assistance. The motor is activated once cyclist reaches certain speed.

TORQUE SENSOR SYSTEM

Torq Sensor System UUALK

  1. Pedal assistance is set according to the effort required. The higher the strength required, the higher the assistance.
  2. Preserves battery consumption. In a steep slope (or whenever the cyclist wants) the motor is deactivated saving energy.
  3. Maintain the speed in steep slopes.
  4. Longer distances covered with the same battery capacity.
  5. It requires smaller batteries to climb steep slopes.
  6. It requires smaller batteries for the same autonomy than speed sensor. Lightweight and faster to charge.
  7. Immediate pedal assistance. The motor is activated after 0.2 seconds pushing the pedal.
  8. It allows to adjust assistance between 5 levels.

UUALK team is convinced that Torque Sensor System is more efficient and useful. For this reason we include it into our e-bikes design, and the cyclist can enjoy the benefits in a bike ride!

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