Electrical Question from Craig about 3-PHASE Electrical
I want to wire a 3 phase plug to be able to power normal powerpoints (at 240v 10a) to run as a 3 phase to powerpoint, powerboard. I have seen such a thing before.
Electrical Question from Craig about Electrical Wiring
Background: Craig, a Handyman from Orange, NSW, Australia
Question: I want to wire a 3 phase plug to be able to power normal powerpoints (at 240v 10a) to run as a 3 phase to powerpoint, powerboard. I have seen such a thing before. But they don’t know where they got it. And I can’t seem to find any info out there on how such a thing works.
Thanks for your electrical question Craig. Craig – This website focuses on Home Electrical Systems.Â 3-Phase is an Industrial Electrical System.Â Best of luck. If you want to post a link to a resource then please do.
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