no-load current

no-load current

[′nō ¦lōd ′kə·rənt]
(electricity)
The current which flows in a network when the output is open-circuited.
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42 A, the rated voltage of the secondary winding 12, no-load current of not more than 0.
35um BiC-DMOS processes and takes advantage of ROHM's renowned analog design technology to achieve less than half the no-load current consumption of standard products, contributing to significant energy savings.
Key Features 1 -A Optimized design results in less than half the current consumption of conventional products To meet the increasingly restrictive energy requirements of today's automotive systems, the BD4xxMx series leverages ROHM's market-tested analog design technology to reduce no-load current consumption by more than half while providing stable low-current operation during loads (along with the BDxxC0A series).
Using a threshold tool in the software to set the threshold slightly above the no-load current for the machine, we see the motor has run for 47.
Total no-load current when the step-down converter and two LDOs are enabled is only 170 uA.