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Posted on Electrical questions, voltage and surge protection for router and lathe

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#1 posted 09-05-2014 05:50 PM

amps x votls / 1000 will give you the KVA of the transformer. 1650 of course translats to 1.650 KVA so a 2 KVA transformer should work, even a 3KVA. but cost becomes a factor.


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