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Henry's on a motor
Jesse Markeveys
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How do you figure out how many henry's a motor has? I will be using this equation to figure out the inductive reactance that a motor has.
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Depends
on if it's 1 phz or 3 phz/ alternating or direct current.. Any Electrical supply house has a book called "Ugly's Electrical References" Great for what you are doing. Cost about 20 or 30.00.Example of 3 phz equation...HP = Volts X Amps X power factor X 1.73 (Divided by) 746
Mike T0 
Mike, you're amazing!0 
Actually,...
The book is amazing. It is PACKED with useful information, conversion charts and all laws of electrical relevance. I am merely a reader ;)
Thanks anyways Carol for the Jack up....;)
Mike T.0
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