Definitions for "Three-phase power"
Keywords:  tripp, kva, phase, sine, lite
Power generated and transmitted from generator to load on three conductors.
A type of power supply usually used for operating heavy loads. It consists of three sine waves that are out of phase with each other.
An electric circuit that consists of three separate currents delivered at one-third cycle intervals by means of a three-wire circuit; typically used to power large industrial motors that operate at 200 volts or higher.