The resistance of the wire coil controls the amount of steady-state current
flowing through the coil and therefore the power the coil consumes when the contacts are closed.
In contrast, LEDs have much lower steady-state current
than incandescent lamps, and their initial turn-on current can be much higher for a few microseconds at the beginning of each half-cycle of AC line voltage.
This approach has been reasonable because transport across the channel has been the limiting factor but transport across the source-channel barrier has importance and will eventually limit saturated drain current when channel length becomes very small as scattering theory relates the steady-state current
to transmission and reflection coefficients.
43)-(44), we can obtain the steady-state current
as i = [nFDC.
The steady-state current
depends on pollution of the drive and other factors; the high frequency noise is often induced by a rotor brush sparkling or defective drive bearings.
Manufacturers are required to indicate the steady-state current
or power demand on the equipment's nameplate label.
The scientists used the difference between the baseline and the steady-state current
to calculate various concentrations of MSG.
This flexibility is the result of the standard's complexity that requires lengthy and complicated testing to address in-rush current, steady-state current
, and maintaining voltage to operate the strobe and synchronization.
3 VDC supply with a steady-state current
consumption of less than 100 mA (at +30[degrees]C).
To determine its magnitude, simply measure the steady-state current
and divide by the voltage step value.
at motor starting at no load is equal to 0.
These spikes can be over ten times higher than the magnitude of the steady-state current