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Is single phase or 3-phase more common in an average house?

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2007-06-05 03:29:51
2007-06-05 03:29:51

Single. 3 phase is uncommon outside of industrial settings. Residental houses in the US are wired with a 240V center tapped transformer. This gives a single phase output, with the center tap as the neutral to give 120V.

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