Delta WYE Transformer?

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A delta-wye transformer is a transformer that converts 3-phase electric power that has no neutral wire into 3-phase power that has a neutral wire. It can be either a single three-phase transformer, which is mostly used in Europe, or built from three independent single-phase units, which is popular in North America.
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