Motor Control. Electric motors present some special problems from the standpoint of control. An electric motor will try to provide the power required by a load, even if it results in self-destruction. Therefore a motor must be protected from overloads. A motor draws up to six times as much current when the rotor is not turning as it does when operating at full speed. If a motor should stall the control device and the disconnect switch must be capable of handling the high locked-rotor curr30726
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