If you can get the motor in 230 volt three phase input you can use the following drive.
JNEV-2P2-H1 TECO ¼ hp 230 volt single phase input 230 volt three phase output, variable frequency drive
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Thanks for the reply.
I will have to verify but I think the factory can change voltage to 220.
I assume that would simplify things a whole lot.
Then input would be 220v 60hz single phase ..... output 220v 50hz 3 phase
I have to have at least 380 volts into the drive to run this industrial electric motor. I can get to 230 volt with 115 at low horse power but I cannot get 380, 460 or 575 I have to have at least that same voltage in to get those voltages out of a VFD.
It may be more cost effective to change out the motor. It looks like the motor is a little less than ¼ hp. If you can get me the frame size I may be able to cross the motor to something more compatible to your available power.
I am looking at importing the attached machine for re-sale in the US. Electrical schematic is attached.
Motor is wound for 50hz 380v 3phase
Is there an inexpensive VFD to allow this machine to run on 60hz
Would also like to run the machine on single phase if that is possible without adding an additional phase converter.
Please advise, thank you.