For a building powered by a 3-phase feed, I need to estimate the amount of power available to 120v & 208v loads in the building.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

If the feed delivers 200A at 600v, is this 200A per phase (meaning 360 KVA total) or a third of that?

TIA.

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# Calculating KVA delivered on 3 phase feed

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