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sevcon millipak troubleshooting
230 VAC input voltage. Peak Voltage = 230 VAC * 1.414 = 325.22 V. Filter capacitance of 2700μF. 90% Efficiency. Solution: You should add an Inrush Current Limiter to reduce high inrush current at turn-on which should stop the breaker from tripping due to the high inrush current. RMS Current given peak current can be simply calculated by dividing the peak current with a square root of 2. The RMS value is the effective value of a varying voltage or current. It is the equivalent steady DC (constant) value that gives the same effect and is represented as Irms = i/sqrt(2) or Root Mean Square Current = Electric Current/sqrt(2). The following calculator computes the expected transient inrush current associated with isolated and back-to-back capacitor bank switching. Input the stage reactive power rating, stage inductance, capacitor bank voltage rating, system frequency, and the short circuit level at the capacitor bank. The calculator provides the expected single stage.