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Why there is high and low current tripping for any pump?

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There is no reason for the current to be high or low for any pump
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There is a difference between the three phases, the upper (high) phase being the pump's largest current draw. The lower (low) phase is usually the pump's smallest current draw
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The high current tripping is caused by the heaters
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The higher current tripping the more pressure is needed to operate the pump. The lower current tripping the less pressure is needed to operate the pump. The higher current tripping the more heat is generated by the pump. The lower current tripping the less heat is generated by the pump
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The high current tripping is caused by the "high voltage" of the pump
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It's because the ground (the ground pin) is always positive (the ground pin is always connected to the positive terminal of the power supply). The reason for this is that the ground pin is a power ground and therefore it's connected to the positive terminal of the power supply. The ground pin is connected to the positive terminal of the power supply because the ground pin is always
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The current tripping is due to the low voltage drop across the resistor and the resistance of the regulator. The resistance of the regulator is determined by the base-emitter voltage drop across the resistor. If the voltage drop across the resistor is less than the resistance of the regulator, the regulator will turn on
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The lower the current, the less chance of tripping
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