WTF does “turn the strength of the
supply down” mean? Electricity is fed at a fixed voltage and frequency,
current is drawn on demand up to the limit supported by the main fuse
that precedes the meter….. That’s what the electricity meter indicates.
If you burn 1000Watts for 1 hour that’s a ‘Kilowatt Hour’ better known
as a unit of electricity – which is what you’re billed in. the more YOU
choose to burn the more it costs you!
To ‘vary’ the ‘strength’ of the supply would involve rewiring! –
There isn’t a knob somebody turns at the electricity board FFS!
MATT QUINN ELECTRICAL ENGINNER
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