On Thu, 01 Feb 2007 22:07:32 -0500, email@example.com wrote:
Yes, there is one winding. That doesn't keep the reference point (for
measuring voltages) from being in the middle (center tap), and
different phases being measurable depending on which end of that
winding you measure at.
The center tap is actually in the center, meaning the voltage will be
the same which ever end you measure. What is different if not phase?
If nothing was different, you could put a wire between those points
(the ends of the winding) and have no current flow (so your 240V
appliances couldn't be working).
On 30 Jan 2007 01:52:21 -0800, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
When I meet up with a person who wants put in a sub, I quickly ask
There might be better solutions. Now since you said you want more
circuits, has a service calc been done?
tom @ www.BlankHelp.com
Step one: For just 4 circuits, you'd be better off just home running all 4
back to the main panel. Lots less hassle and discussion. If you're out of
room on the main panel, then put the sub panel right next to the main and
see step one.
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