@Sizen thanks for bringing to our attention the missing default settings in the app for you. It appears to be a bug with the translation file for your language, which we will fix this week.
Also, thank you for pointing out the documentation you were referring to. I have made updates to those sections to prevent users from being confused by the example screenshots, and to make it more clear that the equations are only necessary to refer to when using non-standard hardware (such as a different leadscrew).
The motor load values shown in the controls panel are the real-time measurements coming from your FarmBot as it moves. The “Latest” value is the most recent reading. The “Max” is the largest reading from the most recent 10 readings. And the “Average” is the average of the most recent 10 readings.
If the FarmBot detects a motor load greater than the MAX MOTOR LOAD as defined in the settings panel, then it will stop movement due to stall. Because it is common for the motor load to be very high during acceleration, you can ignore motor load readings for a portion of the acceleration phase using the GRACE PERIOD setting.
In general, the goal is to achieve a relatively low average motor load when the FarmBot is moving around normally at full speed. Adjusting MAX SPEED and MOTOR CURRENT are the only settings that will have an effect on normal full speed movements.
When the FarmBot does stall (due to an obstruction, or when finding the home position), the motor load should spike up to a relatively high amount, and it must be greater than the MAX MOTOR LOAD in order for the stall to trigger.