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    Thumbs up 380 volt motor to 220 volt DIAGRAM !!!!


    #380Volt #220Volt #3phase #1Phase #motor #HandmadeCreativeChannel
    Hello dear friend. Todays video i want to show you how you can connect 380 volt motor ( 3 phase ) to 220 volt (1 phase ) If you only have single phase power at your house,you can still connect a three phase motor with this tutorial. If this video help you please share it for more help of the people.
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    Will this work in the US with our standard 220v as well? And is the motor running at or near the power that it would be with a 3 phase supply? And I'm guessing that the motor has to be capable of running off 220v, and not a 3 phase motor that's rated for only 380v or 460v. And is there a way to control the speed besides different size pulleys, or would u only be able to do that running it with a vfd?

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    No. U.S. Voltage would make the motor run in reverse.

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    That was a joke.
    Excellent video. Very easy to follow.

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    This is a video shot in Europe. The electric motor is from an Italian machine. There is no way to control the speed, only with washers. The power is not like 380 volts, when we use 220 volts on such an electric motor it works with a capacity of 70%

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    Quote Originally Posted by NortonDommi View Post
    No. U.S. Voltage would make the motor run in reverse.
    Electric motors are the only ones, the only thing that is in Europe at 50 Hz and in the US at 60 Hz, that's the only difference.

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    Thanks HandmadeCreativeChannel! We've added your 380 to 220 Volt Motor Wiring Method to our Electrical category,
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