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 Full load current of an Induction motor is 20 Ampere. The no-load current may be expected to be: A) 25 Ampere to 28 Ampere B) 15 Ampere to 18 Ampere C) 11 Ampere to 14 Ampere D) 6 Ampere to 10 Ampere

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Full load current of an Induction motor is 20 Ampere. The no-load current may be expected to be:  6 Ampere to 10 Ampere

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