3 phase power supply

Looking to generate/use for testing simulation a 3 phase sinus signal that with a frequency range of 10Hz to 2000Hz

by JF_Somerville
March 08, 2024
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Answer by Foxx

This is a sort of puzzling question. You can get 3 phase by connecting 3 voltage sources either Y or delta and define V1 as 0 phase, V2 as 120 degree phase and V3 as 240 degree phase. Is this what you are looking for? I presume by "sinus" signal you mean "sine" signal

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by Foxx
March 30, 2024
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