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How do you calculate NGR on a transformer?

The Resistance or Ohmic Value of the Resistor is calculated by dividing the line to neutral voltage by the current rating. It is possible that it is possible that it is possible that it is possible that it is possible that it is possible that it is possible that it is possible that it is possible that it is possible that it is possible that it is possible that it is possible that it is possible The 480 V System neutral grounding Resistor has a rating of 5 A. The line to neutral is 480 V.

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