Thanks John. I understand exactly what you're saying. I was thinking originally for 2 meters. A standard 120/240 single phase to feed the house, and then a 120/240 delta 3 phase for the shop. Then I thought just go with the 120/208 for both and only have one meter. I'm not too crazy about the idea of a 120/240 high leg 3 phase power in the house since that could confuse some electrician down the road with that high leg. I think they'd be more apt to check for it in a shop building. What are the guidelines behind having a 120/240v 3 phase service and only feeding the two 120v legs to the house? Just not hooking up the wild leg? Is that major violation, or something the provider will be against? Kinda thinking out loud.
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