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I have Electric motor single phase 340 watts slot 24 ,rpm 2300 ,6.3u Running coil pitch 8-10-12 swg -27 Starting coil pitch 8-10-12 swg 30,30 Please send me winding diagram

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You will need a rotary converter for this, or a single phase motor. A three phase motor absolutely cannot be made to run on single phase otherwise.

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The motor itself should have a sticker which describes the wiring for 115. It is a small change involving a single wire moving from one pole to another inside the motor starter cap (the bump on the motor itself).

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Start w/ a single phase motor. Or maybe your question is just confuseing me.

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there is no motor that is single phase with 415 volts only 240 volt or 120volt and you cannot use a 3 phase motor on single phase it will just fail to start buzz and burn it up .single phase motors have capacitors 3 phase motors do not

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Rpm computation


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What is the motor hp?


Please see below courtesy of engineeringtoolbox.com

Electrical power is in general rated in watt (W) or horsepower (HP). A horsepower is a unit of power equal to 746 watts or 33000 lb ft per minute (or 550 lb ft per second).
A watt is equal to the power produced by a current of 1 amp across the potential difference of 1 volt. A watt is 1/746 of 1 horsepower.
Even if the watt is the base unit of electrical power, it is common to rate motor power in either horsepower or kilowatts.

Power in Watts

Direct Current Electric power supply to a direct current (DC) motor:
PkW = ?m U I / 1000 (1)
where
PkW = power (kW)
?m = motor efficiency
U = voltage (V)
I = current (A, amps)
Electric power supply to a alternating current (AC) motor:
Single Phase PkW = ?m U I PF / 1000 (1b)
where
PF = Power Factor
Two Phase Four Wire PkW = ?m 2 U I PF / 1000 (1c)
Three Phase PkW = ?m 1.73 U I PF / 1000 (1d)

Power in Horsepower

Horse power can be expressed as:
Php = PkW / 0.746 (2)
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if the plug on the cord fits any other outlet in the house it will be single phase
if the cord is cut , then it will have only 3 wires if it is single phase
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if it has 4 or more wires it will be 3 phase
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I have 340watts 6.3u 220volt rpm 2300 slot 24 Running coil pitch 8-10-12 swg -27 Starting coil pitch 8-10-12 swg 30, 30 Please send winding diagram


Contact the manufacturer of whatever model you have beause no one can help without knwing what make ect you have.

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This link may help: http://www.phaseconverter.com/starting-load.html

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