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Unread 11-21-2017, 10:24 AM
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Re: Breaker Modeling

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Originally Posted by Al Skierkiewicz View Post
Please remember that FRC multiple motor drives may not have a 100% duty cycle at max current. If the robot is actually moving, CIM motor current should be considerably less than stall current.
Yep, I was planning on using the PDP's measured current as the input to the model for the 120 amp breaker. So it will account for all current flow, including from items other than motors.
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