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  1. General Electrical Discussion
    I cannot find the answer anywhere nobody can tell me this perhaps I'm asking wrongly. When charged particles under a pressure or voltage pass through a conductor measured in amps, and that turns an electric motor, WHAT ACTUALLY GETS USED UP. The current goes from coil to electric motor back to...
  2. Commercial Electrical Forum
    I have an electricity bill of the whole year, from that how can I know how many maximum amps are consumed in a single day, I am looking for an answer the client wants to make sure that the new changes and addition of equipment will not affect the current panel board to be changed, the store is...
  3. Canadian Electrical Forum
    Basic question, but I have a doubt! I have a pool heater that works from 240 volts. In order to calculate the annual operating cost, I installed a device that measures amperage and adds up the total consumption in Kwh (see image for reference). The device measures by induction amperage...
  4. Industrial Electrical Forum
    My machinery has a range of 120 – 240 volts. I have to run quite a few of these. My input voltage from the utility company is 12000 Volts and I need to step it down to 208 Volts. What kind of transformer do you suggest? I want to run the machines on 208 volts so that my amperage is less. 1)...
  5. General Electrical Discussion
    Hello.. I am curious how or why there is a higher amp draw on an induction motor during an under voltage condition. According to ohms law, isn't amperage directly proportional to voltage? I am just confused and can not seem to find the correct answer to help me understand how or why this works...
  6. General Electrical Discussion
    Is there a rule of thumb to determine amperage of an HVAC Roof Top Unit (RTU) when voltage, phase and tonage is known?
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