1. Determine the three transmission lines (variables) have the same amplitude. Use an oscilloscope. Connect the lines to an oscilloscope and use the screen to check if they are the
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the easiest way is to look at the manual for each one, determine the load, then add them together to get the total. Or you can use ammeters or power meters to measure the load of
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Power factor is a calculation of actual wattage and designed wattage.if the motor is a 30 hp and the wattage is P=i x e x1.732 then the designed wattage is 22,680.if you put an amp
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With 3 phase, Amps = (1.732 x VOLTS x PF) Watts = 1.732 x VOLTS x AMPS x
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