You don't necessarily need a ground for 3 phase. It's sort of hard for me to explain but the 3 phases are 120 degrees apart on the frequency so at any time one leg will act as a common while another acts as a positive.I wish i could tell a guy to do this. i am trying to figure out what to sayu re
Now you have a reference. Next time you experience the outage check those voltages again and record them. Now if the voltages vary from the reference turn the breaker off that's show a different value and check the voltages on the lines in to the breaker (from the pole).Me too!!
I havê so many questiona now.
Same as you did outside. stop worrying about gnd or neutrals.I havê two questions as well.
How can I use my fluke to see the voltage in the panel in the house without ground?
If I run a sub panel. Where would the connection be? And run a new 3 wire to my room? Connect a new panel for the grow and run recepticals from their?
Sounds like its on the house side of the panel so now start testing at the other end(plugs) and start working back towards the panel until you find a discrepancy.
LMAO about your hands shaking writing down the numbers!