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Forklift with 48 Volt Battery

08/26/2011 5:55 AM

I m working on a Forklift of 48 volt battery powered.Generally how much current does the battery provide if i have a hydraulic motor of 5.5kw and a traction motor of 7kw

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Re: forklift

08/26/2011 6:05 AM

In forklift robots what type of motor is used for running the wheel and can anyone give its specification for reference?

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08/26/2011 8:08 AM

Yes. The equipment manufacturer can.

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Re: Forklift with 48 Volt Battery

08/26/2011 8:04 AM

Er, try dividing those figures and see what happens?

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08/26/2011 10:35 AM

Ah crap...MATH!?!

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Re: Forklift with 48 Volt Battery

08/31/2011 3:54 AM

If i have a battery of 1300Ah and the forklift is running for 5 hours, the current it takes totally is 260 A. Does this current be consumed for the entire hour or else how can i calculate the current consumed per hour ?

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12/08/2011 12:42 PM

The question is unanswerable. Current is a rate of flow of charge. The capacity of the battery is a quantity of charge.

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Re: Forklift with 48 Volt Battery

12/08/2011 12:44 PM

Divide power by voltage to obtain current.

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