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Running a three phase motor on single phase power is simple. First you'll need to invest in a variable frequency drive. We recommend using the SMVector Series Variable Frequency Drive for multiple reasons. The SMV is simple to setup and easy to wire. It also comes standard with a NEMA 1 enclosure which gives basic dust and water drip protection. Most importantly, for the purposes of this post, the SMV comes with a number of different single phase input options up to 3 HP
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