I see the definitions of them are:
- Rated current: maximum current the motor draws (or some says the maximum current the motor can endure?)
- Stall current: the current the motor draws when hold physically
- Inrush current: the current the motor draws when it just starts to rotate
I have a motor and it only says a rated current. Would it be safely larger than the other two? In other words, if I make sure the circuit can stand the rated current, would it be safe enough in words of current?
Also, is there some general rule like, the stall current is larger than or equal to the inrush, or vice versa?