Generally speaking, the rated power of the motor refers to the rated output power of the motor, that is, the maximum output power that can operate normally for a long period of time under ideal conditions. Some people call it the "maximum use power". Note that the rated power of the motor is not equal to Peak power. Many riders are accustomed to using the rated power to measure the performance of the motor. Strictly speaking, it is wrong, because it also involves the structural design of the motor, rated voltage, conversion efficiency, output torque and many other factors, even the same two power ratings. The motor also has a completely different riding experience.