Full Load Amps?

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The term 'Full Load Amps' refers to the current you can expect under maximum load by a motor. Full Load Amps was generally changed in terminology in 1976 to 'RLA - Rated Load Amps'.
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FLA is the nameplate amperage rating of the motor when it is running at its designed horsepower and on the motors designed voltage. 746 watts = 1 HP. The FLA of a 1 HP motor at 240
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