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No a 208 volt outlet does not need a neutral. 208 volts is the line voltage between any two legs of a three phase 208 volt system.
Means voltage is below specification ( voltage below the amount needed to run the system).
The electric voltage are energy to my system.
It is simply the voltage of the system before the fault occurs.. Most probably this is the voltage of healthy system...
It depends on the system.For a delta-connected, three-wire, system, the line voltage is exactly the same as the phase voltage.For a wye-connected, four-wire, system, the line voltage is 1.732 (the square-root of 3) times the phase voltage.
All mini systems will be able to jack into a 1000 Watt home theater system.
Outlet: A point on the wiring system at which current is taken to supply utilization equipment.
Terminal voltage is the voltage gotten at the terminals of the load in any system.
There are three main categories of low voltage. It depends on what type of system the voltage belongs to, as each system has a bottom end or low voltage assigned to it.
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home theater in a box is an entire surround system shiped in a box where as other systems may be bought seperately
The basic voltage that make the system work.
Yes.A dvd player is essential for any modern home theater system
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LT is Low Tension - it means Low voltage. generally up to 440 Volts system is known as low voltage system
I bought a home theater system for R5000.00 And I had it for three years and then When I was playing my sons wii I let go of my remote and it hit my old flatscreen which fell on the connection pad for my home theater system and it broke...
Net voltage in the Neutral of a three phase electrical system is called residual voltage.
all we need is the model of the system.
The mean load voltage, in other words the average voltage, is zero in an ac system.
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If the wiring system into which you are installing an outlet has no ground available, use an ungrounded outlet. In an ungrounded system, an outlet with a ground contact would allow the outlet user to mistakenly, and perhaps dangerously, assume that a ground was present. A suitable ground may be available as a ground wire accompanying the hot and neutral wires in the cable, or a ground may be available via conductive conduit and a metal outlet box. In any case, use a tester to confirm the integrity of the assumed ground. A voltage test from the hot wire to the ground should show the same voltage as between hot and neutral (the black and white wires respectively). If you are replacing an ungrounded outlet, you need not assume there is no ground present. You may find, in the box, ground wires that were not connected to the outlet. You may come across grounded outlets that have no ground wire attached because they rely on grounding via the mounting screws through the outlet ears to the metal box. This is a less reliable grounding method. It is better to buy a ground-wire "pigtail," fasten the wire directly to a hole in the metal box with the supplied screw, and attach the other end of the ground wire to the outlet via the outlet's ground screw.
The Line normally refers to the live wire in a single-phase system and the three live wire of a 3-phase system. In a 3-phase system the line voltage is usually quoted as the nominal voltage, and that is the voltage between any two of the live wires. The voltage between one of the lines and neutral is 1/sqrt(3) times less.
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There is phase to phase voltage in 3 phase system.AnswerYou don't get voltage 'phase-to-phase'; it's 'line-to-line'!
Perhaps you are asking how the voltage of alternating current is measured, to be equivalent to the voltage of a direct current system. Alternating current and direct current have distinct properties. With direct current, voltage is at a constant polarity, and a direct current voltage source will maintain a uniform, constant voltage level. Alternating current reverses polarity at a given frequency and therefore it's voltage continuously varies from a positive peak voltage level, through zero, to a negative peak voltage level, repeating this cycle continuously. For this reason, voltage of an alternating current system, is measured in root-mean-square (rms), which is a voltage, which when multiplied by the current in amperes, calculates power which is equivalent to that of direct current of the same voltage and current values. With a typical sinusoidal waveform, the peak voltage of alternating current is divided by the square root of 2 to determine the rms voltage. The 120 volts output in the wall outlet in our home is actually about 170 peak volts.