Q: How do you get 347 volts?

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You don't. A ballast with a 347 volt input is a commercial ballast. The 347 volts comes from a 600 volt three phase four wire Y system. You can change the ballast out to a 120 volt and rewire the unit but in most cases it is cheaper to buy a completely new lighting fixture.

It's the amps that are controlled by the breaker not the volts. You can have a 600 volt 15 amp breaker, you can have a 347 volt 15 amp breaker. The breaker will trip when you exceed 15 AMPS.

If you are talking about normal house hold voltage it would depend in which country you live in. For North America it would be 120/240 volts. For Europe and Eastern countries it would be 240 volts. Industrial voltages vary from country to country. These normal voltages range from 120, 277, 240, 347, 415, 480, to 600 volts.

One mile = 5280 feet One mile and 347 feet = 5280 + 347 = 5627 feet.

You need to tell me what the Voltage you're using is before I could calculate the amperage. Simply take the Watts and divide by the Volts. For you it would be 35000Watts divided by whatever Voltage you're using (120, 240, 347, 600.... and so on).

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You don't. A ballast with a 347 volt input is a commercial ballast. The 347 volts comes from a 600 volt three phase four wire Y system. You can change the ballast out to a 120 volt and rewire the unit but in most cases it is cheaper to buy a completely new lighting fixture.

The correct answer is 120 volts between the hot conductor and neautral in a residential dwelling.You can have 347 volts between the neautral and hot in a commercial space.

Yes there is single phase for 600 volts. It is used for lighting. You need a transformer which gives you 600 volts plus a neutral. The voltage for the one phase to neutral is 347.

It's the amps that are controlled by the breaker not the volts. You can have a 600 volt 15 amp breaker, you can have a 347 volt 15 amp breaker. The breaker will trip when you exceed 15 AMPS.

It's one phase of a 600V system. Or so I've heard the electrician say. I'm a plumber, don't ask me.

208 is a three phase wye connection voltage. To obtain the each individual coil voltage the 208 is divided by 1.73 which equals to 120 volts. Hence you have 3 phase 208 voltage on the phase legs and 120 volts to the wye point which is grounded. This same formula is used on any 3 phase system. 600/347, 480/277, 208/120.

The star point or wye voltage of a 480 volt three phase four wire system is 277 volts. The 480 voltage is divided by the sq root of 3 (for 3 phases). The sq root of 3 is 1.73. 480 volts/1.73 = 277 volts. The same formula is used on all three phase four wire systems. 208 volts /1.73 = 120 volts, 416 volts /1.73 = 240 volts, 600 volts / 1.73 = 347 volts.

The process of obtaining 220 volts from 380 volts is quite simple. 380 volts is a three phase four wire system voltage. The 220 volts is obtained by taking the sq. root of 3 which equals 1.73 and dividing it into the phase voltage. 380/1.73 = 220 volts. This holds true with any three phase four wire voltage system. 208/1.73 = 120 volts, 415/1.73 = 230 volts, 480/1.73 = 277 volts and 600/1.73 = 347 volts. This lower voltage is present on any of the three phase legs of the three phase system to the neutral which is grounded on a wye connection.

347 is an integer. It can be written in fraction form as 347/1. As a percentage it is 100*347 = 34700%

1 and 347

Yes. The number 347 IS a PRIME NUMBER. This means that the only factors of 347 are 1, and itself (347).

The voltage of 277 volts is the wye of a three phase 480 volt system. Just as the voltage of 347 is the wye voltage of a three phase 600 volt system. To obtain these voltages for any three phase system, take the three phase voltage and divide it by 1.73. 480/1.73 = 277 volts, 600/1.73 = 347 volts.