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Difference between single phase and three-phase gasoline generators

Difference between single phase and three-phase gasoline generators

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The so-called single-phase gasoline generator is a phase line (and a zero line), the voltage between the firing line and the zero
May 9, 2017
line is called 220V three-phase gasoline generator refers to the three-phase voltage line between the adjacent line, as 380V. has no zero line.
May 9, 2017
Therefore only the three-phase load under the same conditions (e.g., three-phase motor), to apply the three-phase power, at this time due to the current vector of three-phase power and 0
May 9, 2017
then do not need to line (equivalent to zero line) gasoline generator is mainly used as a three-phase motor the power that need to rotate the load.
May 9, 2017

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