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#181965 - 11/12/08 10:38 PM Motor feeder voltage drop  
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When the elevator manufacturer says to not exceed 3% drop in the voltage do they mean at motor start or at the running current?


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#181970 - 11/13/08 03:43 AM Re: Motor feeder voltage drop [Re: cgw]  
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Based on FLA of the total motor load plus 25% of the largest motor, would be my guess.


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#182038 - 11/16/08 03:35 PM Re: Motor feeder voltage drop [Re: gfretwell]  
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Running. You would never meet 3% VD on start.



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