If you need an adjustable three-phase, 60-Hz power source, a standard consumer audio/visual (A/V) receiver can be converted into a fully functional three-phase power source. By doing so, for example, a 100-W/channel receiver can supply up to 200 W by adding a simple adapter to the amplifier section of an A/V receiver, which converts it into a three-phase supply with corner-grounded open-delta output. CAUTION: Lethal
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