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What effect would this have on startup loads on the AC unit? Would it reduce the generator size requirements that have been debated here?
GeorgeTelford wrote:Hi Greg
Free running motors use the lowest Amperage, Stall current is the absolute highest that the motor will draw and as you add more load (from free running) the amperage goes up with load.
The angle between P and S is the Impedance Phase angle, if you can remember basic Trig, you can work out a missing side from any two givens
GeorgeTelford wrote:Hi Greg
Looks like we have wires crossed here, I always think of full Amps as the Max ie the Stall Amperage (which could literally be hundreds of amps), where you mean the normal running amps, so yes to what you mean and no its not anywhere near the stall Amps. BTW the anomally is probably down to the motor over revving because of the lack of load
We are both right, because we are talking totally different meanings to full Amps...
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