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Isolation transformer wiring 2 phase power

So I am from the USA and we use 240 V 60 hz as you know and it is wired as L1 (Black) L2 (Red) N (White) Grn (Green) and looking at the Isolation Transformers 2000w/ 3600W/ 7000W and I am confused how I would wire when they all have L (Brown), N (Blue), PE (green/yellow). If someone would point me in the right direction with wiring or a different product to use.


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kai answered ·

Suggest a qualified electrician is needed for the job... also what are you trying to do with the transformer? change from a 240v split phase to a ground/neutral referenced 240v output?

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