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Hi, I wanted to know the following:Input Supply: 56KVA @ 220240V 
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Mar1212, 01:32 PM

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Hi, I wanted to know the following:
Input Supply: 56KVA @ 220240V (Municipal Supply) Required 1000Amps @ 220240V Can a Transformer be bought to step up and supply the required power. 


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Mar1212, 01:43 PM

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Really odd question. I don't get it.
Is 56KVA the transformer you want? If you are talking 230 volts in....why do you need a transformer to get 230 volts out? Please state your question more clearly. Remember, power in = power out in a transformer. A transformer can only raise voltage and lower amps....or lower voltage and raise amps. However, if you are talking about taking a large incoming voltage and lowering it to 230 volts at 1,000 amps.......then yes, a 250 KVA transformer could work.....assuming you are talking single phase. 


#3
Mar1312, 02:19 AM

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To the thread starter: provide us more detailed data of needed transformer  then we can talk. In general, You can always order a tailormade transformer. 


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Mar1312, 05:56 AM

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Hi, I wanted to know the following:Input Supply: 56KVA @ 220240V



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Mar1312, 06:20 AM

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Mar1312, 06:27 AM

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#7
Mar1312, 08:44 AM

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Start with the math 56KVA = 56,000 Volt Amps ..... 56,0000 KVA / 220 V = 254 A  The "KVA" defines the ratio of the V and A  you can not change one without affecting the other.



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