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3 phase is 208 volts everywhere I've tested it, in my experience. Is the NYC electric supplier different?
I've never taken a job down there. I'd like to know.
Having a guy as knowledgeable as mike the electrician is a very valuable thing.
I am pretty sure this is what we have.
I am kind of wrong in the details, and just sort of being coloquial, but I am not sure how it should be corrected - basically I know nothing about electricity and am just repeating hearsay.
Glad you got things set up so quickly by a good Person. Good tradesman are not easily found.
Also I like your Photos/perspective. Have you exhibited your work at all?