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#70384 - 10/04/06 07:29 PM 240 volt to 208 volt transformer
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Registered: 03/26/05
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Loc: philadelphia,PA
Can anyone tell me where to get this type of tranformer for a commercial freezer.
240 volt to 208 volt 2kw
rla 8.1 amps lra 45
In the philadelphia,or S.Jersey area
thanks

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#70385 - 10/05/06 02:26 AM Re: 240 volt to 208 volt transformer
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#70386 - 10/05/06 04:49 AM Re: 240 volt to 208 volt transformer
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try http://jeffersonelectric.com

Great info to help you decide what you need and size your transformer. I pay about a third of what Square D cost. I install about 6-8 a month and never had one go bad.
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