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#127379 - 06/10/01 03:36 PM Concrete Cutting Saw
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A Concrete cutting saw has a dual voltage rated motor. Nameplate values: 120/230V. 28/14A. 1Ph. 3H.P. The building voltage system is: 120/208V. 3Ph. 4Wire. For this job we do not want to install a boost transformer necessary to supply 230 volts to the motor. We are just going to supply the motor with 120 volts. Is my drawing compliant with the Code? http://www.geocities.com/cinkerf/saw.html

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#127380 - 06/10/01 03:43 PM Re: Concrete Cutting Saw
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This thread is running at three places.
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http://www.mikeholt.com/forum/Forum1/HTML/000663.html
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