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#141697 - 10/06/04 10:58 AM GenCalc program
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Guy's,
I'm not sure if this would be a lot of use outside of New Zealand.
But, it is handy for doing Voltage Drop calcs and also automatically calculates the phase currents of single and 3 phase motors among other things.
Check it out here .

Mike:]

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#141698 - 10/09/04 12:10 PM Re: GenCalc program
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Thanks Mike. Another one to add to the list of handy utilities.

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#141699 - 10/15/04 04:08 PM Re: GenCalc program
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Amen to Paul's reply!

A useful setup. Thanks!
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#141700 - 01/21/06 09:48 AM Re: GenCalc program
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Just want to bump this thread back up to the top, for anyone that is interested.
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#141701 - 01/25/06 01:44 AM Re: GenCalc program
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Trumpy I've got GenCalc on my PC at work and it is great. Before I got that I used the General Cables calculation book, which is also excellent.

Good example of a cable manufacturer making it easy for their customers

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