Just FYI, here are some 3Ã˜ Voltage Equivalent values, for use when performing Power related equations:

- 200V = 346,
- 208V = 360,
- 230V = 398,
- 240V = 416,
- 460V = 797,
- 480V = 831,
- 575V = 996,
- 600V = 1039

Take the Line-To-Line Voltage for a 3Ã˜ application, and multiply it by the Square Root of Three (* 1.732)

If the load value is to be figured across only Single Phase Circuitry (L-L ,or L-N), do not use the Three Phase Voltage values listed here - simply use the L-L or L-N Voltage value as applied.

Examples:

208Y/120V 3 Phase 4 Wire System.

A: (1) 10 HP, 208V 3 Phase Motor,

B: (1) 5 HP, 208V 1 Phase Motor,

C: (1) 1.5 HP, 115V 1 Phase Motor.

Volt-Amps for the following Motors:

A: (1) 10 HP, 208V 3 Phase Motor:

**11,088 VA*** 30.8 Amps at 208V 3 Phase 3 Wire

* 30.8 x 360 = 11,088 VA

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B: (1) 5 HP, 208V 1 Phase Motor:

**6406 VA*** 30.8 Amps at 208V 1 Phase 2 Wire

* 30.8 x 208 = 6406.4 VA

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C: (1) 1.5 HP, 115V 1 Phase Motor:

**2300 VA*** 20 Amps at 115V 1 Phase 2 Wire

* 20 Amps x 115 = 2300 VA.

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Scott35