Ok, I was looking at the spec pages for the FP and globe motors. I recall from past years, that these spec sheets have errors (it looks like they used the same file, and never fixed the errors)
Stall torque for the FP motor is listed as:
0.380 N-m (mili-NEWTON meters)
What are they talking about? It must be N-m, not mN-m, because there would be no way you’d get 34.7 N-m with a 124:1 gearbox.
RPM for globe motor only: 97 RPM. Globe motor & gearbox, 87 RPM. Yet the torque goes from 30 oz-in to 150 in-lbs… something doesn’t compute… I’ll believe the other data that says that the motor-only gives around 11500 rpm.
Obviously, most people on this board already realize these errors, because a lot of this data is in the white papers (from other sources, not FIRST)
I guess I wanted to gripe, because not only do we get specs (finally) 2 WEEKS into the competition, but they’re also so obviously wrong.
Lesson to learn: always apply a “garbage” filter to any data you use, and ask the question “does this number make sense?”