Here you will find how to convert from Linea to Linea voltage to Linea to Neutro voltage automatically, easily and free, for greater ease in our case the word Phase is similar to Linea.

We also have the formula that is used in the Line-Line to Line-Neutral Voltage calculation, the steps to go from the Line-Line to Line-Neutral Voltage with many illustrated examples and a table with the main Line-Line Voltage conversions to Line-Neutral.

**Formula Voltage Phase-Phase to Phase-Neutral:**

**V**_{LN}= Volts line-neutral.**V**_{LL}= Volts line-line.

**How to convert Phase-Phase Voltage to Phase-Neutral in 1 step only:**

**Step 1:**

It is very easy, you only have to divide the Voltage Line to Line (Phase-Phase) between root of 3 (√3). Example: One Condenser air conditioner has a phase-phase voltage of 480V, to know the phase-neutral voltage of the condenser simply divide 480V between √3, being as follows: 480V / √3, resulting in 277V.

**Examples of conversion of Phase-Phase to Phase-Neutral Voltage:**

**Example 1:**

A stamping machine has a Line-to-Line voltage of 240Volts, how many Volts Linea Neutral has the stamping machine ?.

Answer: // To know the Linea-Neutral voltage of the press, the line-to-line voltage divided by three must be divided in the following way: V LN = 240V / √3, which will result in 138 Volts Neutral Line.

**Example 2:**

An insdustrial die cutter has a phase-phase voltage of 600Volts, how much will be the Phase-Neutral voltage that this machine will have?

Answer: // The solution is simple, you only have to divide 600Volts between the root of 3, in the following way: V LN = 600V / √3 = 346Voltios Phase-Neutral.

**Example 3:**

A coffee mill has a voltage of 13200Volts line to line, how much Linea to Neutral voltage will the mill have?

Answer: // To know the answer you should only divide the line-line voltage between √3, by means of the formula V LN = 13200V / √3, obtaining as result: 7621Voltios Linea-Neutro.

**Phase-Phase to Phase-Neutral Voltage Conversion Table:**

How much Phase-Phase Voltage are | Equivalence Phase-Neutral Voltage |

190 Volts FF | Equivalent to 110 Volts Phase-Neutral |

208 Volts FF | 120 Volts FN |

220 Volts FF | 127 Volts FN |

230 Volts FF | 133 Volts FN |

240 Volts FF | 139 Volts FN |

380 Volts FF | 219 Volts FN |

400 Volts FF | 231 Volts FN |

415 Volts FF | 240 Volts FN |

440 Volts FF | 254 Volts FN |

460 Volts FF | 266 Volts FN |

480 Volts FF | 277 Volts FN |

500 Volts FF | 289 Volts FN |

600 Volts FF | 346 Volts FN |

4160 Volts FF | 2402 Volts FN |

11400 Volts FF | 6582 Volts FN |

13200 Volts FF | 7621 Volts FN |

15000 Volts FF | 8660 Volts FN |

34500 Volts FF | 19919 Volts FN |

44000 Volts FF | 25403 Volts FN |

57500 Volts FF | 33198 Volts FN |

66000 Volts FF | 38105 Volts FN |

115000 Volts FF | 66395 Volts FN |

**How to use the Phase-Phase to Phase-Neutral Voltage calculator:**

The first and only thing you must do is insert the line voltage to line you want to convert then you should click on the convert button and go.

**Single-phase three-wire:**

Also known as Edison system, divided or neutral phase with central intake. This is the most common residential service in North America. Line 1 to neutral and line 2 to neutral are used to power loads of 120 volts of lighting and electrical outlets. Line 1 to line 2 is used to feed 240 volt single-phase loads, such as a water heater or an air conditioner. Eye these lines in this case are not equivalent to Phases, are threads not Phases or lines.

**Three-phase Wye Wye:**

The most common commercial construction electrical service in North America is 120/208 volts in star, which is used to power 120 volt outlet loads, lighting and smaller HVAC systems.

In larger installations, the voltage is 277/480 volts and is used to supply a phase-neutral voltage of 277 volts of illumination and higher HVAC loads. In western Canada 347 / 600V is more common.

**Three-phase three-wire Delta:**

It is mainly used in industrial facilities to provide power for three-phase motor loads and utility utility power distribution applications. Rated service voltages of 240, 400, 480, 600 and higher are typical.

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