It must slow down the initial surge of current somehow, to a point just below the threshold that trips the power supply?
I suspect the current is a little too much without the additional resistance of the ammeter.
Quote from: SurferTim on Nov 02, 2012, 12:34 pmI suspect the current is a little too much without the additional resistance of the ammeter. No it is the inductance of the ammeter that is slowing down the rise time of the current that is preventing the motor from cutting out. A small inductor would emulate this.
What specs do I need to look for and what size inductor would you consider good?
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