Re: [EVDL] How To Burn Up Your DC Motor
EVDL Administrator wrote
> ...They're not the same thing. 1.4 times higher is equivalent to 2.4
> times as
> high as.
I'm not following your parsing here.... Peak current is 1.414 times higher
than RMS. RMS is 0.707 times peak. Not sure what grammar rule gets you to
(NB - the peak and RMS refer to the low frequency sinusoidal current through
the AC motor, not the high frequency PWM'ed voltage that results in said low
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