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JVN-Design Calc Question

When using the JVN calculator for linear motion, should you include the diameter of your sprocket(s) as the pulley diameter to get a better estimate of speed and amps? Example: Put 5.4" in the pulley for an elevator with #35 15t at the bottom to a #35 44t at the top. Or, is there a better choice/method on the JVN to estimate this? Thanks for any help!
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