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How to determine which type do you have?

We've provided 5 ways to do it:

Check the meter face:

The type of power supply is often written on the face of the meter. Look for keywords such as “single phase” or “three-phase” to determine the type of power supply you have.

Check the meter box:

The meter box is typically located outside of your home and houses the electricity meter. Look for a label or sticker on the meter box that indicates the type of meter you have, as it should indicate whether it’s a single phase or three-phase meter.

Check the wiring and fuses:

The wiring of a single phase power supply is typically two-wire, while the wiring of a three-phase power supply is typically three-wire. The same way it works with fuses.

Check the electrical panel:

The electrical panel, also known as the breaker box, is typically located inside of your home. It houses the main circuit breakers for your home’s electrical system. Look for a label or sticker on the panel that indicates the type of meter you have, as it should indicate whether it’s a single phase or three-phase meter.

Contact your supplier:

If you are still unsure of the type of power supply you have, contact your electricity supplier for assistance. They should be able to provide you with information about your meter, including its location and type.

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