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Re: 3 phase question

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dr sportster

10-24-2013 09:53:43

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The only thing that should be sized as 208 only is probably the hot water heater. Otherwise you may have to wait some for hot water if it is rated 240 and operated 208. In my area the power company supplies 120/208 and most things work fine [although it is changing amperage ]. The 277/480 from Public Service is really 265/460 volts . They are ripping everyone off a little . All equipment installed is rated for 277/480 and operates normally.If you google search this you can ad alot of confusion from some of the electrical websites where everyone argues about what works and what doesn't..
Allegedly manufacturers are allowing for this in appliances.

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10-24-2013 10:01:54

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 Re: 3 phase question in reply to dr sportster, 10-24-2013 09:53:43  
Thanks. Gas hot water heater, so that shouldn't be a concern. I know exactly what you mean about arguing on other sites. I'm going to have a meeting with the COOP and my electrician next week, and go over the plan. Just want to sound like I know what I'm talking about a little bit in the meeting.


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dr sportster

10-24-2013 10:10:12

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 Re: 3 phase question in reply to WyoDave, 10-24-2013 10:01:54  
Best way to impress people in those type meetings is to wear a hard hat wrapped in tin foil with some coat hanger or welding rod antennas.They will just assume you are some type of engineer or electrical genius. Please post pics after the meeting Thanks.

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