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Author Topic: AC Transformer Math/Theory/Logic - Help  (Read 2136 times)

Steve Crump

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Re: AC Transformer Math/Theory/Logic - Help
« Reply #10 on: January 23, 2018, 02:55:05 pm »

Let's say someone (not me of course) were to buy a small distro like this one - LINK



Then running from two different 15A circuits into a Y-Split into the input of it... giving 30A total. Maybe buying 2 to give 60A.

Again... just in theory ;)

Man that sounds scary.
Sounds like something off an episode of The Red Green Show.
First you need a better idea of your real load, you will probably be surprised how little power you are requiring compared to what you're thinking you are requiring.
You really need to listen to Tim and Tom. No magic box...

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Re: AC Transformer Math/Theory/Logic - Help
« Reply #11 on: January 24, 2018, 06:11:47 am »



Then running from two different 15A circuits into a Y-Split into the input of it... giving 30A total. Maybe buying 2 to give 60A.

Again... just in theory ;)
And I will ad...
NO! Bad advice! :(

To the OP, as indicated, audio draws much less than the full rated power of the speakers and amps.
Audio is not like a kettle or toaster that draw fulll power 100% of the time they are on.
I would estimate your system, in real use, would run on  2x15A  breakers.
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Re: AC Transformer Math/Theory/Logic - Help
« Reply #12 on: February 05, 2018, 01:56:31 pm »

Let's say someone (not me of course) were to buy a small distro like this one - LINK



Then running from two different 15A circuits into a Y-Split into the input of it... giving 30A total. Maybe buying 2 to give 60A.

Again... just in theory ;)

In theory: too dangerous. If you're asking if it can be done then you don't know enough to do it and make it work, no offense. Something like that CAN be done, but it wouldn't be legal, since it requires utilizing equipment in a manner not intended, and that get you in jail if someone got hurt.
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