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What is a Single Phase Transformer? Let’s start with defining what a single phase transformer is. A single phase transformer transforms a higher voltage to a lower voltage and can also transform a lower voltage to a higher voltage. When they are labeled “single phase” it is the same principle […]
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We’d like to know where you are! Will you fill out this 2 question survey? The world of wire is a vast, wide ranging and confusing area for most any of us to be able to get much of a handle on anything other that what we really use every day. But there are […]
Article 110.25 of the NEC says that if a piece of equipment is required to be locked out and tagged out, then in it needs to be done so in the open position. This doesn’t quite fit the bill. Also in this episode, a change is coming to the SESK podcast!
What are phases? If you’ve been in the business of electricity for more than about a week then I’m sure you’ve heard the terms “Single phase” and “Three Phase”. So, what do they mean? A single-phase AC circuit has either one or two wires connected to the source of electricity. For 120 […]
What is backfeeding? The simplest explanation for backfeed is when power flows in the opposite direction from its usual flow or when voltage is present on a conductor or associated equipment after it has been disconnected from its normal source. So what are the dangers of backfeed? The real danger of the […]