[TUHS] What was your "Aha, Unix!" moment?
krewat at kilonet.net
Tue Oct 15 10:27:31 AEST 2019
That's exactly my point. For example, in my house, I have two phases.
Each one, to neutral, gets me 120 volts.
If I use both phases, I get 220.
The equipment might be "single phase 220", but I need two phases out of
the electric panel to get it.
Sorry, I may not have explained myself well enough ;)
On 10/14/2019 8:06 PM, Ronald Natalie wrote:
> Absolutely INCORRECT. The drives see (and the power cord only provides) ONE phase.
> 208 is essentially a single phase voltage you get by connecting two of your three phase legs.
> 240 V on 120/240 is only single phase.
>> On Oct 14, 2019, at 7:04 PM, Arthur Krewat <krewat at kilonet.net> wrote:
>> On 10/14/2019 7:54 PM, Ronald Natalie wrote:
>>> There are some of the old washing machine harddisks that were designed to run on 208/240 (still single phase).
>> Yup, exactly. Still takes "two phases" to make 208/240 in the US.
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