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Understanding regeneration - Part 2: The motor as a generator

2/17/2009 07:00 PM EST
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re: Understanding regeneration - Part 2: The motor as a generator
MOP   4/15/2009 1:22:02 AM
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Isn't this the case? Quadrant 3 Negative buss feeds negative current to a load which causes reverse motoring. Quadrant 4 Negative Buss with forward current into the buss causes reverse regeneration.

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