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Old 12-26-2023, 06:43 PM   #41
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Not that I suppose it matters much, but I believe the "Load Shedding" devices are based on the current flow only and not the voltage. (not that there isn't another ems component\circuit for both a low and high voltage disconnect). I could be incorrect though. Watt's Law comes to mind.
And we know as the voltage drops current rises. And for those that need an explanation I found this helpful article: https://opentextbc.ca/basichvac/chap...and-watts-law/

As an electrician we always used Ugly's References but it's all just a PIE.
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Not that I suppose it matters much, but I believe the "Load Shedding" devices are based on the current flow only and not the voltage. (not that there isn't another ems component\circuit for both a low and high voltage disconnect). I could be incorrect though. Watt's Law comes to mind.
Craig, You are correct. It limits how many amps are flowing. 33a for 4Kw gen, 30a for when you use shore power, and manual adjust if on 20a or 15a.
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