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The powerlock option automatically adjusts the Torque, when the maxmimum Revs are altered, to keep the same Power output.
The input is 24Volts. The examples dont work yet. The default values are as for the Bosch GPA motor.

Note that the output power is determined by the current drawn by the motor.
So if you have a motor, just measure the stall current (you can use 6 or 12Volts to make it easier and extrapolate from there. Also take account of the resistance of your current-measuring device) and you'll be able to calculate how powerful it is:

If the grey box on the right is empty, then try moving one of the graph points,
minimising and then restoring the browser window.