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The plot shows the peak motor current as about 30 A. That would make the maximum RMS starting current 21 A. That should not trip the breaker. The 10 A peak / 7 A RMS running current should not make the power cable get too hot, but it may be possible to detect the difference in temperature compared to room temperature. It seems like the actual motor draws ...


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so is this the inrush current of this motor? YES 300% of the rated current is common for start surge of a low-efficiency motor. (high-efficiency BLDC motors use 10x to 12x rated current for start surge) I need the causes, and if possible I want to know what is the proper way to solve this problem? Is it good to use soft starter? You may have damaged ...


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