Philippines Electrical lines - L1 / L2 / L3 ... why is there no NEUTRAL?
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Philippines Electrical lines - L1 / L2 / L3 ... why is there no NEUTRAL? is it normal for all lines in the Philippines to have an L1 / L2 / - SINGLE PHASE - L1 L2 L3 - 3PHASE... When I tested 1 line to ground ... input around 110v each lines...
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The Neutral may or may not be brought out to the customer's power panel (if you need 120 VAC or not). It can be still grounded at the power pole transformer(s) to give you a reading to ground.
What voltage did you read Line to Line?
I've read where the Philippines has two different standards.
Rural is two wire L-N, at 230 VAC single phase.
Larger older cities are L1-L2 240VAC single phase with neutral center tap. (L1-N 120 VAC)
However, the wall outlets are wired for 240 VAC.
You will most likely need a good electrician to check your location.
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1. Single-phase 220V
2. Three-Phase 380V
I opted for single-phase 220v but When i consulted my cousin, an electrician in Germany, he told me that the current in Manila is two-phase 110. Now im confused!
Please. I need help with this one. Tnx.
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