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I found a great "table" showing the STANDARD for voltage -- but also shows the variable....

PG&E (Pacific Gas and Electric) "Voltage Tolerance Boundary"

https://mafiadoc.com/voltage-toleran...2569eccb0.html




The USA standard called for is based -- Note that word "based" -- on 120V

But as delivered (called "SERVICE) it is allowed to vary from 114 - 126V (+/- 5%)

If you read the voltage rating on an electric motor --- you'll find "115V" -- and if it's 240V -- you'll see the nameplate state "230V"


And now you'll understand why there is so much CONFUSION over voltage. LOL
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