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Can a lang griddle wired for 3 phase by rewired to run 1 phase?

3 phase is not available to me but I can buy this lang griddle originally wired for 3phase at a bargain. Can it be reasonably rewired to run on single phase?

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Yes, there is a chart on page 6 of the service manual that tells you which wires to switch(according to your model#) to change to single phase.

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Single phase or 3 phase


Hmmm. Good question. Like anything, it varies depending on how the equipment is going to be used and in what environment. We could really get into the weeds, but let's just ask the couple of key questions.

1. Is this a commercial or residential environment?
2. What's the horsepower of the motor(s) in use?
3. What's the availability of 3 phase power?

1. If your saw is in daily, commercial use, then 3 phase may offer some distinct advantages: While it's expensive to convert (assuming you don't already have 3 phase available) it allows for smaller, less expensive wiring, and lower voltages making it safer and less expensive to run.

Single phase, otoh, is much more available, and runs motors up to 5hp with little difficulty. It does actually cost more to run a lot of single phase equipment so if cost is an issue and you have quite a few motors, this may be a large determining factor.

2. As I mentioned, if you're only running one or a couple smaller motors, up to 5hp, single phase should work just fine. I have several pieces of machinery with 5 hp motors them on single phase 220 and they perform great. I don't recommend 110vAC for motors under significant load. They run too hot and are not all that efficient, as well as under-powered.

3. Installing a 3 phase electrical system can be very expensive. I would look into this carefully, get a few estimates before moving ahead. You'll need to find out if it's even available, cost of transformers for 110 in the building as well as whether they'll charge you commercial rates for your electricity once it's installed.

There is no simple answer for this question, I fear. There are simply too many factors to consider.

This is the short answer. A simple web inquiry will give you more answers than you actually need.

Good luck.

Jan 02, 2016 | Saws

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Intermatic ej500


Florescent bulbs are not discontinued.




Incandescent bulbs are being phased out so you can save electricity to run your great-big 600 watt TV....
http://waterheatertimer.org/What-is-3-phase-electric.html



Or, in a few years from now, you can support the economy and buy another timer:

Buy new EJ600... same keypad as EJ500, except different wiring since neutral wire required

or

Buy ST01 or Ei600 timer: identical wiring to EJ500, same dawn-dusk or programmable options, higher load rating, works with any voltage, CFL, LED etc, different programming steps, different battery.

Ej500 has 1 year wareanty

ST01 has 1 year warranty

Ei600 has 5 year warranty

http://waterheatertimer.org/Intermatic-timers-and-manuals.html#ej600



Gene h

Jan 20, 2014 | Hardware & Accessories

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This is a single phase 1/2 horse motor want to change rotation


yes all you have to do is rewire the wire the motor there should be a diagram om the inside of the the motor panel... dont forget to unplug it first!

Apr 03, 2013 | Air Tools & Compressors

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Wire diagram to change a royal sun tan bed model # 46/6 vhr*turbo 1100 from 1 phase to 3 phase


send me your email address and I will give you what I have. We have a 2004 model 46/6 turbo. Wiring diagram is in the manual. I have this.

Jul 26, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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Have a 3 phase compressor model vr5-8 want to know if it can be converted to single phase 230 volt and how


A 3phase motor cannot be rewired to run on single phase power. You need a phase converter. A 3-phase motor will only run on 3-phase power, and a phase converter will convert single phase power to 3 phase. Just google phase converter. There are two basic types, electronic and rotary. The rotary type are more powerful and efficient, but lot's more expensive than the electronic ones. Your only other option is to replace the motor with a single phase motor. Good luck.

May 17, 2011 | Garden

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How do you rewire a 3phase hobart convection oven into a single phase


Here is your answer :
From 3 phase con you took just one phase of this 3 phases and a blue vire and earth wire you should use allso! for the safety against electrick shock,
I hope this will help you

Sep 23, 2010 | Ovens

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Need to rewire from 480 to 240 need coolant pump diagram for colchester # 348337 3 phase motor


Assuming that the motor has 9 leads and the wire numbers are still on the wires, for 240 volt 3 phase connections:

Connect T1, T6, and T7 together with L1 (A phase)

Connect T2, T4, and T8 together with L2 (B phase)

Connect T3, T5, and T9 together with L3 (C phase)

If you're not sure which of the incoming wires from the supply are L1, L2, and L3, just pick one. If the rotation is wrong just swap any 2 (TWO) phase wires.

Jun 22, 2010 | Measuring Tools & Sensors

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I have a 310v 3 phase coffe machine how can i use


Hello tonyludlow1,
I can speak from personal experience with 3 phase. I built a 220v 3phase converter to run my 3 phase commercial table saw. I do not believe you will have success running a 310v 3 phase coffee unit. It is likely that the heating elements are set for 310v, and if you run it on 220v domestic wiring your heating elements would not heat optimally. If it could be done, you would need to rewire the electrics in the coffee unit to 220v. Sorry to be a downer. Positive feedback appreciated. Kind regards, NormanZ :o)

Jul 08, 2009 | Coffee Makers & Espresso Machines

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Just bought new wells deep fyer # F-67


i had an electrician look at it. he told me the unit is wire for 3 phase, my plug is a single phase. he rewire the unit and it working good. problem solve.

Jan 26, 2009 | Wells F-67 21167 Deep Fryer

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