- Motor assistance is set according to the speed. The higher the speed, the higher the assistance.
- It does not save battery energy. Motor continues using battery even in downhill, when the cyclist does not really need assistance.
- It maintains an irregular speed during steep slope. The cyclist loses speed even when executes more pressure (torque) on the pedals.
- Shorter distances covered with the same battery capacity.
- It requires bigger batteries to be able to climb steep slopes.
- It requires bigger batteries for the same autonomy than Torque Sensor System.
- Delayed pedal assistance. The motor is activated once cyclist reaches certain speed.
TORQUE SENSOR SYSTEM
- Pedal assistance is set according to the effort required. The higher the strength required, the higher the assistance.
- Preserves battery consumption. In a steep slope (or whenever the cyclist wants) the motor is deactivated saving energy.
- Maintain the speed in steep slopes.
- Longer distances covered with the same battery capacity.
- It requires smaller batteries to climb steep slopes.
- It requires smaller batteries for the same autonomy than speed sensor. Lightweight and faster to charge.
- Immediate pedal assistance. The motor is activated after 0.2 seconds pushing the pedal.
- 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!