You always want to be as close to the nominal voltage as possible to accommodate transient under- and over-voltage conditions.
It's pretty pointless to hook a neutral up to a delta-wired motor, code or no
3-phase 4-wire feeds are used all the time for commercial power here in Canada. Either 208V or 600V depending on what is required. Single phases are circuited off for 208V/120V or 347V single-phase feeds, respectively. A neutral conductor is definitely required for this application, yes. 208V single-phase circuits don't use a neutral, since they use two of three phases as if they were single phase. Their "split neutral" would be ~60V with respect to ground.
They are actually quite a successful and respected company.
Your "pure" DC likely isn't. DC power supplies for LEDs are generally switch-mode, and thus use PWM/PFM for voltage modulation.
Not really, illegal wireless transmissions are definitely reasonable cause. They are something that can be detected prior to searching the vehicle. And you can even attach a bode plot to the report, not just "I smelled something odd".
The lowest the Canadian dollar has ever been was 61.79 cents US.
When I go to a teller at my Credit Union, I just hand them my bank card, tell them what I want, and they key it in. Then I just sign the receipt when all transactions are done. No filling in of forms. No going only to my "home" branch for free service. I used to have to do those things...20 years ago.
Canada has one phone company, because the following are not Canadian phone companies: [/sarcasm]
Bell Aliant - Made up of MT&T, NewTel, NBTel and IslandTel
Bruce Municipal Telephone Service
Gosfield North Communications Co-op
Manitoba Telecom Services/MTS Allstream
North Renfrew Telephone Company
TELUS - Made up of BCTel, AGT & ED Tel
Actually, "average" can refer to the statistical central tendency indicator of your choice...
Fines and revocation of business license.
They ship to China via the Gulf of Mexico? Are there no ports in BC, Washington, Oregon, or California?
You are generally on the hook for fraudulent credit card charges under $50, with any provider.
In Canada and the US it's generally called "the Man in the Moon".
"Money" never changed from Pounds to Euros.