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Now..if the electrical system in your building is 120/208V 3 phase, then you need an alternator that is 120/208V 3 phase.
The pdf you provided indicates that 120/208V 3 phase is an option - as it should be, it is the most common commercial building supply voltage in USA/Canada.
Is there a reason that you are not getting the 120/208V 3 phase option?
Please let me know so that we can continue.
There are limited available generators. We are not buying a brand new unit. The unit is used. Its equipped with 120/240v.
Just want to know if it will be more of a hassle trying to match it up to our 120/208.
its for our datacenter. all the computer equipment. it will be connected to a certain panel that feeds another panel that goes to the equipment
Its a 120/240volt I know this from the plate on the side of the generator. the seller sent me a picture of it.
its three phase 120/240
it also says 4s7 on the plate as well.
Hmmm justanswer is messed up it wont let me upload the image I have.