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## Can you convert 208 volts to 480 volts?

RE: 208v to 480v transformer Yes, that’s a good point.

## Can you have 480 volt single phase?

Single phase 480 is 277 volt. To get 480 you need two phase at any given time to give you 480 volts. In (3) three phase systems, they alt.

## Can you get 240v single phase from 480V 3 phase?

Yes, that would work. However, the transformer need not be 3-phase. A single phase 480vac to 240vac transformer will work too.

## Is 480 V always 3 phase?

480V can be classified as single and 3 phase circuits. 480V 3 phase circuits are the most common power systems used in US industrial plants and are considered to be low voltage power systems.

## What is the difference between 208v and 480V?

These power systems are 3-phase where 208V is the voltage between two phases of a Y-connected circuit that is 120V from neutral to any single phase. 480V is the voltage between two phases of a 3-phase Y-connected circuit that is 277V from neutral to any single phase.

## What is 208v 1 Phase?

208 volts is the nominal voltage available from a three phase system . It is not found in homes. I consider 230-240 to be the same voltage. It will very depending on the location, the time of day. This is the votage you will find a normal home or business with 240/120 volt service.

## What is 208 voltage used for?

As the voltage goes down, the amperage rises, which could affect wire size and over-current rating. 208 volts is used to obtain the common voltage of 120 volts for receptacles and lights. The previously described three-phase systems are the most common ones that home inspectors will encounter.

Read more:   How do you calculate volts and amps?

## What is 208 volts single phase?

For example, on a 120/208 three-phase system, which is common in North America, the phase-to-neutral voltage is 120 volts and the phase-to-phase voltage is 208 volts. This allows single-phase lighting to be connected phase-to-neutral and three-phase motors to be connected to all three phases.