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  1. #40
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    why? have you been professionally evaluated?

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    My mother had me evaluated
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2sac View Post
    Do you have single phase 208/230 motors?
    I grew up in eastern europe and is the same as in australia, he's right, read a book or make something out the papers, like a hat?

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    That was a good 1, the testing part
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    I'll make a hat.

    No need to be such a dick. I'm enjoying learning things work differently elsewhere.
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    play nicely you 2.

    And I saw that episode of Big Bang.
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    Big bang ****ing rocks.

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    indeed.
    Mistakes are a part of being human. Appreciate your mistakes for what they are: precious life lessons that can only be learned the hard way. Unless it's a fatal mistake, which, at least, others can learn from. Al Franken, "Oh, the Things I Know", 2002

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    I agree big bang is great . Best comedy on tv .

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    Okay.

    I just caught the fact that this is not a US install. So, I can't advise you about a system with which I am not familiar.
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    2 phase?????
    Lmao, no such thing!!!
    Single-phase systems use a single sine wave, three-phase uses three (sine waves). Remove a leg from a three phase load, and you now have a single phase load regardless of voltage!!!

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    Single phase vs two phases.

    I think that what we've got here is a difference in communication.

    What slatts says is just describing (perhaps a bit more accurately) what we here in NA call a single-phase condition.

    He calls is a two phasing and that is more accurate than what we say. Think about it, guys.

    Slatts knows his stuff.

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    Yea i agree , I think this is pretty standard over seas . I believe i have seen this terminology from mitsubisi in the past .

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