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nominal mains voltage 1Ph+N

Polish translation: znamionowe napięcie sieciowe

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English term or phrase:nominal mains voltage 1Ph+N
Polish translation:znamionowe napięcie sieciowe
Entered by: Maciej Andrzejczak
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13:15 Jan 9, 2003
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Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: nominal mains voltage 1Ph+N
nominal mains voltage (115,230 V (1Ph+N)
Maciej Andrzejczak
Poland
Local time: 22:32
znamionowe napięcie sieciowe 1Ph + N
Explanation:
Poczatek - na podstawie Slownika energetyka, koniec - wnioskuje z faktu, ze 1 Ph + N wystepuje tez w tekstach wloskich (ale nie wiem co zacz)
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Jacek Krankowski
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znamionowe napięcie sieciowe 1Ph + N


Explanation:
Poczatek - na podstawie Slownika energetyka, koniec - wnioskuje z faktu, ze 1 Ph + N wystepuje tez w tekstach wloskich (ale nie wiem co zacz)

Jacek Krankowski
PRO pts in pair: 2960

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agree  Jerzy Czopik: 1 faza z przewodem neutralnym albo zerowym (czyli jak zwykła sieć 220 V)
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agree  leff
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