Motor KV is a lie and what you really need is a torque!

Everybody knows that electric motor KV is a number of RPM per 1V of the supply voltage. Right? Yeah… too bad it’s a lie. Not very big lie, but a lie after all. KV is number of RPMs when Back EMF generates 1V on the motor coils. Almost the same, but “almost” makes all the difference.

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