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Simulating 3-phase AC for energy monitor testing

Posted on Thursday, October 12th, 2017 in DIY, testing by DP

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Tisham Dhar blogged about his 3-phase synthesizer:

Finding 3-phase is difficult, convincing the owner of the said supply to test some home made hardware is even more so. After building a 3-phase energy monitor my testing options for it appeared very limited. So I set about making my own low-cost 3-phase energy monitor calibration system.

See the full post on his blog.

Check out the video after the break.

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