I am trying to compare the difference in torque for these two motors. According to specs, the first has a 'rated' torque of 1.7N.m. The second smaller motor shows a 'max torque' of 9Nma. Why is there such a huge difference in these numbers? Isn't the first option the more powerful motor? Also, why does the first option show 500w and the Flipysky 4000W. Again, huge difference, right?
As for the application, I have a 160 lb cart that I am needing to control and that's without the driver. I was planning to power using two 6384 motors but I'm concerned that these will not have the torque to carry the load.
500W 48V Scooter Brushless Engine Motor for E-Tricycle Electric Three Wheel Rickshaw
Rated Output Power: 500W.
Rated Voltage: 36/48/60V DC.
Unload Speed: 3100 RPM.
Rated Speed: 2800 RPM.
Gear Ratio - 1:6.
Rated Current - 17.8/13.4/10.8A.
No Load Current - 4.5/4.0/3.3A.
Rated Torque - 1.7 N.m.
Application - Small and Medium size E-Tricycle.
Flipsky 6384 190KV 4000W BLDC Belt DC Motor
Max Power: 4000 Watts
Max Current: 95 Amps
Max Torque: 9Nm
Motor Resistance: 0.05Ohm
Recommend ESC:VESC4&VESC6(3-13S )
The number of pole: 14