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Old 03-23-2011, 11:10 AM
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Originally Posted by Mark Wilson View Post
if a transformer is designed for an input of 480 volts and has a 50 kva output power, and then is used with 240 volts, it now can only supply 12.5 kva or only 25% of the power it could before. the size of the wire used in the transformer is the limiting factor.
No, 25 kva. Redo your math.
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