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Registered: January 2009
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Old Italian meter rated at 150 Volts 5 Ampères
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Anonymous
Sun September 13, 2009 3:54pm

FOUR THOUSAND revs/kWh?!? That's incredible!


5 amps @150V aren't much though... kind of limits the total consumption. And I thought 10 amps @220V was a small service (seriously saw that once, ancient service).
Interesting to see 150V gear though, Austria must have used that voltage once too.
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Registered: January 2009
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Sun October 25, 2009 8:06pm

It are a lot of revs per kWh. I have seen old 220 Volts 5 Amp AEG meters with even more revs like 4800.
Italy had in remote areas the voltage of 150 Volts single phase and 260 Volts 3 phase.


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