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I came across your article when I was going to build a phase converter myself. I came to the conclusion that I’m not the guy to build one, but I could at least save some bucks by buying a used 3-phase motor, and I talked to American Rotary (one of your links, so thank you for that!) about getting one of their control panels for it, and after talking with them (Dave, I think), I decided to buy both their idler and control panel. They have “worked the bugs out” of many issues you mention. Since they use an idler instead of a motor, it doesn’t have a shaft (big plus for grandpa), it only costs about 6 cents an hour to run, and it’s amazingly quiet, and the starter has an “on” indicator light, which is good because I look at it all the time to see if it is really on. My voltage balances within 1% line to line, and the control panel has a digital controller to protect the starting circuit. You certainly know what you are talking about, as I have personally benefited from several of your articles, and I hope more folks find out through you that there are some economical ways to go if ya can’t stomach building a phase converter from scratch. Thanks again.
i found your site this morning just rooting around after staying up till late trying to figure how to hook up my 230 volt airconditioner in my shop i have a compresser so i knew i had the volts i just needed some one to tell me how to safely hook in a circuit for my airconditioner.the how to sites
i went on last night spent way too much time making it complicated and in the end saying i needed to call an electrician.i read two articiles on this site and shut power off to the garage from the main panel. installed another breaker and an outlet made for my airconditioner and am now coolin’ it in 97 degree sun ny florida
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