Originally Posted by somanywelps
Sorry to bother you, but in another thread you mentioned that the 6800RPM nominal of the 9" 220V was ok, but 8000RPM was an acceptable temporary peak redline. Did I interpret that correctly?
That would involve higher than 220V?
Did I not mention 8000 is "unofficial" in that post?
We have only tested 6800.
I suppose 8000 will also hold as peak but cannot back that up by real data
You can have 8000 at 220V if amps are less than nominal.
Motor can operate at 250V as far as commutation is concerned.
Problem is 250V implies nominal rpm that I am not comfortable with.