Originally Posted by
JB78
The 108a is listed as the "effective current", which is still one more step. And the chart shows the receptacle quantity as (9). I don't know why the designer chose to use effective current here but am I correct that the formula that should have been used here to find effective current is:
Ieff=I/sqrt(2)? Which in this case would be 194.4/1.4142=137.5a.
no
imo the sqrt2 is not involved
that is used to convert a sinusoidal wave from the peak value to the rms value
post the chart
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