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  1. to my recollection Jim Rozen was using an rpc...

    to my recollection Jim Rozen was using an rpc with no run capacitors to boast the manufactured leg. as such.. there will be no amps under no load into the driven motor. this is normal. and why would...
  2. My 8$ amp clamp meter is useless around motors...

    My 8$ amp clamp meter is useless around motors and transformers due to the ambient magnetic field.
  3. I'm using that description to distinguish the...

    I'm using that description to distinguish the difference between:

    a Y connected line to neutral feed and line to line output, which uses the motor to do the voltage transform from 240 to 415....
  4. i would not say it will work fine but yes you...

    i would not say it will work fine but yes you will produce 415 volts out from 240v in.

    the problem is you are pushing current into 1 winding and pulling current out from the other two.

    a...
  5. if that is a 400 volt delta motor then it won't...

    if that is a 400 volt delta motor then it won't make much of a difference if you wire it in delta and use it as an rpc conventionally (will produce 240v 3 phase)

    or if you wire it Y and connect...
  6. Just get the 3phase generator head up to speed...

    Just get the 3phase generator head up to speed with a pony motor and connect it to the line throuh some oven heating elements, or something more professional. Then short out the resistor. You will...
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