larsb wrote: ↑
Feb 02 2020 10:03am
PID only improves how your speed is reached, it’s not the basic motor control?
so can be annoying but not related to motor performance?
Those parameters have influence on current regulation and some users indeed did report about gains in acceleration.
Also when i was playing with them i was able to get a bit higher phase current stable on my RC motor setup.
But don't worry, as long as you have a motor with more or less "nomal" characteristics, the stock settings are already perfect or good enough.
early in this thread some have asked why the magnets from these QS midmotors have this V-groove arrangement.
IPM design with all it's benefits, like better cooling of magnets and that they cannot fly off at high RPM or the thing with reluctance torque potential, has been mentionend already, but probably the biggest benefit or one of the main reasons why they went witch such deep V-grooves IMO wasn't noticed yet.
So who has an idea?
two hints: tesla, magnet grade