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  1. Bosscap19
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    For 230 volts x 1.732, use 398....hi to all my fellow electricians. Kind you explain me what is the 398 answer from the given voltage. Thank you!
     
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    398.37 round up to 400.
     
  3. Knobhead
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    230V * 1.73205081 = 398.37168574V to be precise.

    SORRY, OK call it 400V it’s easier.

    Given the variations in supply voltage who gives a stuff. You get what you’re given.

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    hm mm. my calculator only reads to 398.3716857 . does that warrant a code C3?
     
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    Danger notice to be issued!

    Destroy!

    Destroy!

    Destroy!

    I could have set Excel to 12 decimal places……….
     
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    exterminate!
     
  7. Engineer54
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    The likelihood of seeing 400/230 volts at your installation is going to be pretty remote anyway, closer to 415/240V in the Real world!! lol!!
     
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    it's 230 for a reason.

    230 was concocted by eourotrash bureaucrats i brussels

    2-- to match their 2 faces

    3-- to match their 3 piece suits

    0-- to match their IQ
     
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    For gods sake don’t bring reality in to electrical engineering, we’ll get nowhere via that rout!
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    Sorry E54, I couldn’t resist it!
     
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    is taht a fine example of a MODEL 7, Tony?
     
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    burn the witch!!!!
     
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