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'Kt' is 130Mn-M/A and the 'Kv' is 71rpm/vWhat is 'Kt' and "Kv'?

How do you transform N*m in kg*cm?

Torque is a force right?

The motor has 200 RPM and max torque of 18.38 kg*cmIf I put in torque = 18.38 and rps = 3.33 I get RMF = 61.2054...If I put in torque = 0.1838 and rps = 3.33 I get RMF = 0.612054Which is correct?

The motor has 200 RPM and max torque of 18.38 kg*cmIf I put in torque = 18.38 and rps = 3.33 I get RMF = 61.2054...If I put in torque = 0.1838 and rps = 3.33 I get RMF = 0.612054

just a quick question, what is RMF???

hey admin just a quick question, in 'scientific calculations' do u guys in the US use the imperial system or the standard international units.

You made a simple mistake. You need to convert 18.38 kg*cm to kg*m, for 1.838 kg*m So the motor RMF is 6.1267, while your required RMF is 2.7.Your motors arent actually that great, as your robot (with those specs) still cant go up a slope more than 16 degrees.

If I put in torque = 0.1838 and rps = 3.33 I get RMF = 0.612054

But there are 2 motors on a robot, won't that make a double RMF?