Kt (torque constant), in N.m/A, can be generally used in the formula: 9.5493/Kv=Kt. It can be understood that as the rated current of the motor increases, the rated torque produced by the motor will also increase proportionally with it.  

Kt (torque constant), in N.m/A, can be generally used in the formula: 9.5493/Kv=Kt. It can be understood that as the rated current of the motor increases, the rated torque produced by the motor will also increase proportionally with it.

 

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