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#204912 01/21/12 11:12 AM
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hi , i have a generator that gives me 600v 3ph 120 amps and would like to have 120/208 3ph .
What size of Transformer should i use

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600 volts x 120 amps x 1.73 = 124,560 volt amps

Standard transformer sizes are 112 1/2 kva (smaller) or 150 kva (larger)


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