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Which domestic supply at your home?

Discussion in 'Technical' started by EV_de, Aug 3, 2009.

  1. EV_de

    EV_de Model SP10/XP9 EU ZOE#47

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    #1 EV_de, Aug 3, 2009
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    Since I learned here that we have in Europe (almost) the same Voltage, but different kind of grid connections, i'am curious how it is in other EU country's ?

    - Single phase with lots of Ampere's or
    - 3 phase system ?
     
  2. Mark Petersen

    Mark Petersen Model S EU P71

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    In Denmark a normal house/apartment have 400V 32A (3x230V)
    the cable in to most modern houses can handle 50A or 64A
    some very old house/apartment only have 220V 12A
     
  3. raymond

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    230V 25A minimum; 3x230V @25A rather common; wiring present (I think in most homes) to deliver 3x230V 50A. Also available to most consumers: 3x230V 80A.
    Everything above 3x25A comes at a (steep) premium (3x35A = EUR60/month; 3x50A = EUR90/month; 3x80A = EUR150/month).

    I personally don't know anybody having more than 3x230V @25A in their home.
     

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