Re: [DML] Re: Fan current
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Re: [DML] Re: Fan current



On Oct 17, 2007, at 8:51 PM, Joseph Kuchan wrote:

> Unfortunately, it didn't occur to me to test them while driving,  
> but you're right - the air that is driven through the fans by the  
> motion of the car would have an effect on the amount of current  
> they draw.

Sure it will.  But, quite likely the current draw will go down at  
speed, as the incoming wind will start to do the work of turning the  
fan blades.  Indeed, if you drive fast enough, you might well see  
negative current draw as the motors start acting as generators and  
produce electricity rather than consume it.


--Pete Lucas
   VIN #06703




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