I am using a couple pumps that are manufactured to be run from a standard wall outlet. I've learned that upon starting, both AC and DC motors can have inrush currents of several times the rated current, but I'm unsure how to determine if these pumps have any internal limiter on inrush current. Do wall plug pumps like these typically go much past their rated amperage? I ask because I'd like to control these pumps with solid state relays. I find it hard to imagine a company would expect the consumer to have a supply tolerating such heavy inrush currents.