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Re: Re: Enough pork in this pig???
Original poster: "by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <network-at-neXband-dot-com>
I looked and yes, there is a tap switch on this pig. Also I noticed
that is said "single phase" on the plate. I don't know if that means
anything that's relevant. I just figured it was single phase when it was
in a stand-alone config and 3 phase in the Y config. I really don't know
much about these xfrmrs, so my theory may be way off. I'll try to make
this easier on all of us and take a pic of the plate and post the website
to all. I would have done this earlier, but I didn't have access to a
digital camera. I should have that pic posted by tonight.
Again, thanks to all who have helped with this mystery pig and
inputted their thoughts and theories:)
>Original poster: "Barton B. Anderson by way of Terry Fritz "
>Only Gregg can say if there is a tap switch, but even then, typically the
>change in voltage is
>small and I suspect even smaller on a 7200v pig as compared to the normal
>higher votlage pigs..
>Tesla list wrote:
>> Original poster: "Steve Mach by way of Terry Fritz "
>> Bart,Godfrey, This may seem elementary,but has anyone taken a CLOSE
>> look at the data plate on x-fmr in question.Most of these have primarys
>> can be tapped for different voltages depending on how they're hooked
>> (7200v Y / 12.4Kv Delta).
>> Joules Rules SM