3 phase =440v
single phase = 230v
2 phase =?

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3 phase =440v single phase = 230v 2 phase =?..

2 Ph = 440V since the voltage measurement in 3-Ph is done between two phase only.

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3 phase =440v single phase = 230v 2 phase =?..

440 phase to phase

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3 phase =440v single phase = 230v 2 phase =?..

in 3phase system line v=
1.732x phase v
similiar for 2 phase system
line v=1.414xphase v.
i.e.1.414x230=325 approx.

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3 phase =440v single phase = 230v 2 phase =?..

In 2-phase supply, Line voltage=440 phase
voltage=230-40

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3 phase =440v single phase = 230v 2 phase =?..

440 v =Phase V (R,Y,B)
250 v =Line V (Phase+Ne).

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3 phase =440v single phase = 230v 2 phase =?..

Hello GentalMan,

pls Read Basic Electricial engineering Book,

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3 phase =440v single phase = 230v 2 phase =?..

THERE IS NO 2 PHASE SUPPLY EXISTS

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3 phase =440v single phase = 230v 2 phase =?..

380

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