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what is the max slew rate of the simucube 2 pro?
The Simucube 2 Pro is a high-end direct drive force feedback wheel for sim racing, and it has a very high maximum slew rate. Specifically, according to the manufacturer’s specifications, the Simucube 2 Pro is capable of producing a maximum slew rate of 40,000 degrees per second. This means that the wheel can turn at a very rapid rate, which is important for providing accurate and responsive force feedback to the driver during simulation racing.
It’s worth noting that the maximum slew rate is just one of several important factors that contribute to the overall performance of a force feedback wheel. Other factors include torque, resolution, and latency, among others. All of these factors work together to determine the overall feel and responsiveness of the wheel, and it’s important to consider all of them when choosing a force feedback wheel for sim racing.
And what is the slew rate measured in nm/ms
Slew rate is typically measured in degrees per second (°/s) rather than in units of force (such as Nm/ms). However, it’s possible to calculate the equivalent slew rate in terms of force if you know the torque and the time required to reach that torque.
For the Simucube 2 Pro, the maximum torque is listed as 25 Nm. Let’s assume that the time required to reach that torque is 10 milliseconds (ms), although this number could vary depending on the specific setup and settings.
To convert from degrees per second to force per millisecond, we can use the following formula:
Slew rate in Nm/ms = (slew rate in °/s) x (torque in Nm / 360) x (1/1000)
Using the maximum slew rate of 40,000 °/s and the maximum torque of 25 Nm, we get:
Slew rate in Nm/ms = (40,000 °/s) x (25 Nm / 360) x (1/1000) = 2.78 Nm/ms
So the equivalent slew rate in units of force would be approximately 2.78 Nm/ms.