What is the starting current and starting torque of the motor when the inverter is running?

- Aug 14, 2018-

The inverter is operated, and the frequency and voltage are increased correspondingly with the acceleration of the motor. The starting current is limited to 150% of the rated current (125% to 200% depending on the model). When starting directly with the commercial frequency power supply, the starting current is 6 to 7 times the rated current, so a mechanical and electrical impact will occur. It can be started smoothly with the inverter drive (starting time becomes longer). The starting current is 1.2~1.5 times of the rated current, and the starting torque is 70%~120% of rated torque. For the inverter with automatic torque boosting function, the starting torque is 100% or more, and it can start with full load.

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