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Old 01-06-2019, 07:56 PM   #22151 (permalink)
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First comment- "You have no idea how many guys are up in your Photos right now."
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Old 01-06-2019, 08:00 PM   #22152 (permalink)
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Swear to God, I honestly remember that page.
. I do too, but I really think it was well before 1989...
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Old 01-06-2019, 08:15 PM   #22153 (permalink)
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. I do too, but I really think it was well before 1989...


You probably just fapped to similar ones before 89...



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Old 01-07-2019, 04:13 AM   #22154 (permalink)
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no, thatís my point... I specifically remember that photo, but by 89 I had moved on to fapping material well beyond the sears catalog..
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220-240 is considered "split phase"
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220-240 is considered "split phase"
Just let him keep calling it "2-phase" and try to explain it here. Two phases that are 180 deg out bro! EEEHRMGOD don't you know anything about basic electrics
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Should we mix it up and let'em know about 220v 3 phase?
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Just let him keep calling it "2-phase" and try to explain it here. Two phases that are 180 deg out bro! EEEHRMGOD don't you know anything about basic electrics
My brother once bought an old piece of wood working equipment, that was listed as 2 phase. He just assumed the person selling it called 240v 2 phase, but nope, was actually 2 phase. Couldn't adapt a newer motor to it, so ended up scrapping it.
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My brother once bought an old piece of wood working equipment, that was listed as 2 phase. He just assumed the person selling it called 240v 2 phase, but nope, was actually 2 phase. Couldn't adapt a newer motor to it, so ended up scrapping it.
That's old as fuck.
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My brother once bought an old piece of wood working equipment, that was listed as 2 phase. He just assumed the person selling it called 240v 2 phase, but nope, was actually 2 phase. Couldn't adapt a newer motor to it, so ended up scrapping it.
There were some goofy old motors like that, must have been 100 years old?
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Should we mix it up and let'em know about 220v 3 phase?
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There were some goofy old motors like that, must have been 100 years old?
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Yeah, early 1900's.
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Sure, Wye / Delta ?

Why not delta-wye?

What about center ground vs corner

What if we get really 'wild'....
And talk series parallel RLC?
Harmonics?
Why just single v split v 2 and 3 phase?
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