Firstly i would like to say sorry to WingRacer for being rude..
But you can`t trow out formulas without mentioning the units its measured in.
It happens all the time and it is frustrating.
time + distance = timetravel.
It doesn`t work like that..
Originally Posted by SlowerOne
For an electric motor, the instantaneous electrical power P delivered to a component is given by P (t) = V (t) x I (t)
That would be correct if its a DC motor.. it aint..
= U x I x Rot of 3 x cos fi. add Efficency to get Power out.
CraigM said whats needed to be said.. they are supposed to have a higher efficency++