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    You don't need to worry, you just have a much...

    You don't need to worry, you just have a much larger idler, as I recall. That's the best approach.
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    There is ONE "real" phase, meaning the voltage...

    There is ONE "real" phase, meaning the voltage between two wires, that is between the two input wires to the RPC. The other two, being the voltages from each of those wires to the manufactured leg,...
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    And, apparently, you do not know why..... ...

    And, apparently, you do not know why..... although I gave you the answer already. There is a very simple reason for it, go back and read, then think.

    This is not about the meter, it is a...
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    So does measuring voltage, "alone". If you...

    So does measuring voltage, "alone".

    If you are going to try to provide true 3 phase, you need to know voltage, and phase, and then it is good to verify you have equal current flow, because the...
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    OK, I was not sure if you were separating the old...

    OK, I was not sure if you were separating the old "Amprobe" style meter from newer ones. The old ones usually read average current, newer may read either RMS or average.

    As for the "sum of real...
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    They actually energize all the windings in a...

    They actually energize all the windings in a delta wound, and two in a wye motor. The power is applied across two lines, so everything in between gets some current, plus whatever is generated.
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    The generator I have is a Winco. Not 3 phase in...

    The generator I have is a Winco. Not 3 phase in my case.
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    Generator head is only about 3500W.

    Generator head is only about 3500W.
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    Prior to getting the commercial motor-generator...

    Prior to getting the commercial motor-generator set, that former employer had a 5 HP induction motor and a generator hooked up with dissimilar pulleys to run the generator at the right speed.

    That...
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    A prior employer had the same setup, a...

    A prior employer had the same setup, a commercially made one, used to test electronic products for sale in the rest of the world.

    Yes, a pulley size difference to make up the speed. They may have...
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