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watt-hour meter: finding revolutions per minute?

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This is the question from the test:

If a watt-hour meter has a disk constant of 3.6 is used with 600:5 ampere current transformers and 20:1 potential transformers, the primary Kh is?

The answers are in revolutions per minute. How do I get to revolutions per minute without knowing any of the output values?  Reply With Quote

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Reputation Watthour Meter Originally Posted by Bradfoxthelegend This is the question from the test:

If a watt-hour meter has a disk constant of 3.6 is used with 600:5 ampere current transformers and 20:1 potential transformers, the primary Kh is?

The answers are in revolutions per minute. How do I get to revolutions per minute without knowing any of the output values?
=3.6*(600/5)*(20/1)
=8640  Reply With Quote

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Reputation Thank you Originally Posted by Skyehaven40 =3.6*(600/5)*(20/1)
=8640
I have been looking for a way to answer that question for quite a bit. So simple and straight forward, Thank you  Reply With Quote

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