I understand that the equipment A converts the voltage inside from AC400→AC230V→DC24V.
Since AC400V cannot be charged from the ship, would it be possible to change the voltage charged from the ship to DC24V?
When the equipment A needs remodeling, I would like to have it done when commissioning.
This ship has AC220V, not AC230V.
If the 1 above is not doable, will there be any problem to charge AC220V to the equipment A?
I understand that A device internally converts from AC400V to DC24V by way of AC230V.
Since it is not possible to feed AC400V from this vessel, is it possible to change the power supply from the vessel to the destination of the conversion DC24V?
If you need to modify the A device, I'd like to have it modified at the time of commissioning.
This vessel has AC220V instead of AC230V.
If the above 1 is not possible, is there any problem in feeding AC220V to the A device?
I understand that A device changes the voltage from AC400V to AC230V and onto DC24V inside it.
It is impossible to supply electricity by AC400V from mother ship. Therefore, is it possible to change from AC400V to DC24V ?
If the remodeling of A devices itself is necessary, I would like you to do it at the time of commissioning.
The mother ship has AC220V instead of AC230V.
If the above-mentioned 1. method is impossible, is there any problem when supplying electricity by AC220V to the device A?