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#120115 - 03/10/05 03:56 PM OH CANADA
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Thanks to our new reps up north we have been getting a lot of 575 Volt orders. Our local POCO lets us use their truck to test them.

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#120116 - 03/10/05 04:59 PM Re: OH CANADA
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I can see that there are wires connected to the primaries.
Where do they go?

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#120117 - 03/10/05 07:12 PM Re: OH CANADA
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I see six cans there. My guess is that the step up 480V to HV and back down to 575V.

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#120118 - 03/11/05 02:47 AM Re: OH CANADA
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With today's power-hungry In-Car audio equipment, this could become a regular sight in
the years to come.
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#120119 - 03/11/05 05:56 AM Re: OH CANADA
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The wires connected to the primary go to a test stand with volt and amp meters, phase meter, power monitoring system and emergency disconnect switches.

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#120120 - 03/11/05 03:19 PM Re: OH CANADA
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With today's power-hungry In-Car audio equipment, this could become a regular sight ...
LOL!

Good one Mike!


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