|03 Aug 2010||#1|
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Would this Work!
I was in the electric/computerized machinery manufacturing business. These were large machine with large transformer. The transformers provided two benefit. First all machinery could be wired 220 Volts and the multi-tap input various voltages we ran into worldwide.
The other benefit is that line voltage never reached the machine wiring. This acted as a buffer, slowing and modulating surges via the field.
Does anyone think the buffering using an appropriately size 115 VAC to 115 VAC transformer before the UPS input would give any further protection. Also the primary and secondary coils were fast acting fused.
Just a brain riddle for me.
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