Question by  Lucy (40)

What is the difference in single phase and three phase wiring?


Answer by  Teresa18 (304)

Single phase wiring usually deals with one (1) phase of electricity and has three (3) wires: hot, neutral, and ground. Three phase wiring usually deals with all phases of electricity and has four (4) wires: A, B, C, and ground.


Answer by  jack36 (71)

Single phase wiring has single wire connection. In three phase wiring these will be three phase connection. If any voltage drop occurs we can use the three phase connection and we can manage the current supply from the voltage drops. Also if current gone in our line we can make use of this three phase line.


Answer by  marktho (56)

In single phase wiring we will use only two wires among which one is of phase and the other one is of ground while in three phase we will use three wires one is of ground and the rest two is of phase.


Answer by  xomoney (104)

single phase revolves about just that main wiring procedures. while three phase endulges in a sytematic process, that is alot more in detail than jut the standard single phase method.


Answer by  Rani60 (351)

Three phase is nothing more than single phase with two extra coils. Most common use is 120/240V equipment intended for three-wire single-phase distribution will likely result in poor performance. A neutral wire allows the three phase system to use a higher voltage while still supporting lower voltage single phase appliances.

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