I can't seem to find the answer I'm looking for, or perhaps I'm just really not understanding what I've read. I'm just confused.
So, I'm a college student in a Theatre Production program and an assignment we've been given in our lighting course asks the following:
"You will be staging a production in a small theatre, using only 120-volt conventional fixtures. Power is available from a disconnect dedicated exclusively to stage lighting. It provides 100 Amps, 120/208 Volts 3-Phase. What is the maximum amount of power at 120 Volts available for your lighting gear?"
Is this as simple as calculating the watts with the 100 Amps and listed 120 Volts? If so, is the 208 even really relevant here, or just something to make me overthink (with the whole 0.8PF and the square root of 3 and stuff)?
Many thanks in advance!