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Split Phase Voltage
The world’s power distribution systems use alternating current, or AC, in which the electrical current alternates direction many times a second. This is because transformers allow AC to be easily raised to a very high voltage for long-distance transmission, and then lowered back down for use. Voltage is like water pressure; it measures “how hard” the electrons are pushing. Like water pressure behind a tap that is turned off, voltage doesn’t go away when the switch is off — it’s still there, behind the switch. Even with voltage, if they have nowhere to go electrons will not flow and no useful work will be done. However, with the “tap” on, electrons that are pushing harder can do more work each. So, higher-voltage systems can get more work done with less electrical current.
In an alternating-current system, typical household appliances are connected to a “live” wire, which has an alternating voltage and a “neutral” wire, which neither pushes nor pulls electrons. Neutral is necessary, though, to complete the path that electrons take. I’m tempted to refer to this as something like a sink drain, but I may have pushed (or pulled) the metaphor too far!
120V/240V Split Phase
120/240 Vac split phase is a type of single-phase three-wire mid-point neutral power distribution system commonly found in America with a standard phase-neutral voltage of 120 Vac for residential and light commercial applications. The phase to phase( Live to Live) voltage is 240Vac for heavy industrial loads such as compressors, fridge, and pumps. Because of the 120-0-120 voltage configuration, it is also sometimes referred to as dual-phase, 2 phase / two-phase or even mistakenly, single-phase 220Vac.
North American homes are not wired up with a single live wire, but two. The difference between them is that when one is pushing, the other is pulling, and vice-versa. The “normal” appliances and outlets in a house are divided amongst the two live wires, and all are connected to neutral. Because the voltage difference between a single live wire and neutral is alternating with a magnitude of 120V, appliances that run on 120V power can be connected to the neutral wire and either of the two live wires.
Very power-hungry appliances can be built more efficiently if they can run on 240V. With twice the voltage, they can receive twice the amount of power with the same amount of current. This allows the use of thinner and less expensive wires. Appliances like this are connected to both live wires. Because one is pushing while the other is pulling, the voltage difference between them is twice the difference between a single live wire and neutral. In the graph below, you can see what this looks like: A positive voltage below indicates the line is “pushing,” and a negative one indicates it’s “pulling.” The difference between two lines is what determines how much electrical “pressure” there is between them.