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Subject: Re: American vs foreign electrical parts and installations
Date: Thu, 19 Sep 2002 03:19:35 GMT
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On 17 Sep 2002 18:39:49 GMT, Mike Poulton wrote:
>On 17 Sep 2002, "Michael A. Terrell" said:
>> 3 phase is available for residential use if you want to pay the
>I should have mentioned that possibility. I actually looked into the
>cost of having 3p installed in our house, but it was more than I wanted
>to pay. What I really meant was that it is very abnormal to have 3p in
>a residence, not that it's impossible to get.
A lot of the folks over at rec.crafts.metalworking build (or buy) thier own
single-to three-phase convertors to run the machine shop tools they are into.
Most of these devices are based on a large three-phase motor (run without
load) and some really huge capacitors. This is a frequently raised topic over
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