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Old 06-14-2019, 01:25 PM   #1
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Hi there, new member of the forum hoping for some guidance.

I'm trying to alter a UK/EU compliant 'plug & play' style distribution system for use on sites i've got coming up in the US, what forum section would you recommend i post into?

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Old 06-14-2019, 01:54 PM   #2
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General Electrical forum should suffice.

Welcome to the forums.

And if you can provide more info about that "distribution system" that will help.

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Hi there, new member of the forum hoping for some guidance.

I'm trying to alter a UK/EU compliant 'plug & play' style distribution system for use on sites i've got coming up in the US, what forum section would you recommend i post into?

Thanks in advance,
Tom
Welcome to the electrician talk fourm

Anyway there one thing you will keep it in your mind most common voltage is typically 120 volts line to neutral not 240 volts like your area due it is a part of Edison circuit set up for both single and three phases.

However speaking of three phase the voltage will varies a bit in North Amercian side depending if you going with delta or wye ( star ) connected system.

If need more info just go ahead and posted it in general electrical discussion that will help you a bit on the info you are looking for.
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