Can I run 480 volt , 60 HZ motor at a 380 volt , 60 Hz system?
No 380 volts is too wide a spread to use a 220 volt motor on.
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you could use a step down transformer if you had no other option. but the best thing to do is run a 220 feed directly from the fuse panel Step down transformers get very hot and do not last forever
If it's a 380 v 3-phase supply, the current is up to 300 amps which could be supplied over a short distance by XLPE cable with 70 sq. mm cross-section conductors.
Use a transformer.
Yes just connect any line to neutral you have 230volts already.
you have to provide transformer that capable to handle the 380v in to a 220v.
380 volts 3-phase has 380 volts between the lines but 220 volts between any line and the neutral. So the generator can give three separate 220 v single-phase supplies.
Only with a 3 phase transformer.
It will be a 12 volt battery.
Answer for UK and countries running a 50 Hz supply service.The voltage potential of 380 volts is not common to North America.It will probably be difficult to tap into the plug to get the voltage.If you have a three phase 380 volt supply from a source then you can obtain a single phase voltage of 220 volts from it. 220/380 is a wye voltage connection. 380 divided by 1.73 will give you 220 volts. L1 - N = 220V, L2 - N =220V, L3 - N = 220V. L1 - L2 = 380, L2 - L3=380, L3 - L1 = 380.
The difference is less than 10% so there should be no problem.
any one of the three line to neutral is 220 volts
9x17mm, otherwise known as the .380 ACP.
In a wye connection 220 volts is the line to neutral voltage of 380 volts. 380/1.73 = 220. The voltage of 220 volts will appear between L1 - N, L2 - N and L3 - N. All of these connections are classified as single phase connections.
You simply connect the 460 / 60 motor, to the 380 / 50 supply. The key is something called the V/F ratio. (voltage to frequency ratio). Doing the math, 460 volt divided by 60 Hz equals 7.6 volts per Hz. By the same example 380 volts divided by 50 Hz is also 7.6 Volts/Hz. A bit of further math (460/380) shows the there is a difference of 1.21 : 1 between the voltages. So basically. divide your 460 motor power, speed, etc by 1.21 and you'll get the new values of the 460 motor running on 380 volt.
fuse panel is on rhs footwell near the accellerator on rhd models
Yes, this is called a step up transformer and this is the prime purpose of using transformers.
let me clear difference between phase voltage and line voltage. phase voltage is measure line to neutral and line voltage is measure line to line.there is correct answer that 380 volt is sum of multiply of square root 3 to phase voltage 220 volt.phase volt line volt220 volt x 1.732 = 381 volt230 volt x 1.732 = 400 volt240 volt x 1.732 = 415 voltM. Asif ALi
If the voltage difference is less than 5% there should be no problem.
A 15 KVA - Generator operating at 380 Volts can cater to only 22.79 Amps. It cannot cater to a 60 Amps breaker
78 amps per phase
One method is to use an auto transformer and use the 220 volt tap.
You don't define what "better" means to you. Price? Size?