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    Quote Originally Posted by Capz View Post
    Using ohms law, if you have 208v (E) & .33amps (I), resistance (R) would be 630ohms. I wouldn't depend on a clamp on amp meter to accurately read .33amps but having said this, your clamp on may show something and if resistance is near 600ohms, it should be working. Watts = E*I, or in this case 68 watts
    Ohms law doesnt add up with alternating current. Not your basic triangle chart anyways lot of other factors peak voltage ect.
    Last edited by Core_d; 01-04-2013 at 08:53 PM. Reason: Misspell

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