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What is FLA and FLC in electrical?

In an electric motor, FLA stands for full-load amperes, and FLC stands for full-load current. FLA represents the actual known capacity of a motor, or the rated voltage the motor is designed to draw at its rated horsepower. FLC represents the theoretical capacity of a motor, or the maximum current the motor windings are designed to carry.

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