Question about Heating & Cooling
I have a 10 hp tri volt motor. I need to connect it to a 3 phase 120,120,120 service 208v across any 2 lines. Please help
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
this is tricky to some you must connect heater to the load side of thermostat must will have a black set and a red set wires look at the directions to find the line side which you hook wires from panel to them I will tell you some switches are different so with out seeing the schmatics its hard to tell you email me a picof thomastat and i can tell you hope this helps
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
It is indeed possible to use ONE Phase to run a motor, You simply use One Phase and Neutral. BUT ONLY if the 3 phase is Double, more or less, the required usage Voltage, EG: 440 3 phase, will be OK, for 220 single phase, . But 220 3 Phase,will not run a 240. single Phase. So in your case is suspect not, it really will do no harm to try though. it just wouldn't work, if not enough "juice", be careful.
Posted on Feb 24, 2010
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