What Is a Full Load Current in a Motor?

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Full load current is defined as the maximum amount of current in an electrical device. In a motor, it refers to the current that is carried when it is operating on full speed.
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The "full load current" is the current taken by a motor when it is delivering its full rated output power. Now, how is the "full load current" different to the
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( ¦fu̇l ′lōd ′kə·rənt ) (electricity) The greatest current that a circuit or piece of equipment is designed to carry under specified
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Your question is very open ended. It all depends on the type of motor and it's efficiency, voltage, frequency...etc. You will not be successful asking a question this vague.. The
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