Nominal tap & Rated nominal input voltage

Spanish translation: ver abajo

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14:36 Aug 21, 2000
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
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English term or phrase: Nominal tap & Rated nominal input voltage
La oración aparece en el manual de un equipo de protección eléctrica y dice: "The transformer has a nominal tap and one tap 6% below the rated nominal input voltage".
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Local time: 17:14
Spanish translation:ver abajo
Explanation:
El transformador tiene dos tomas de tensión, una nominal y otra con 6 % menor que la tensión de entrada nominal indicada.
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Ver abajo


Explanation:
El transformador tiene una toma (o conexión)nominal y una toma (conexión)6% menor al voltaje de entrada nominal de trabajo. Tap= toma, conexión, enchufe.
Rated = capacidad normal determinada. Sin embargo, en este caso recomiendo "de trabajo" en lugar de decir "determinada".Ref. Diccionario Politécnico EN>ES de F. Beigbeder.

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ver abajo


Explanation:
El transformador tiene dos tomas de tensión, una nominal y otra con 6 % menor que la tensión de entrada nominal indicada.

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