Yes, you can, and it won't burn out IF>>> the horsepower rating is the SAME. Pay attention to wiring and motor rotation.
Also check the voltage: the motor voltage must be the same as the voltage between two hots of your 3 phase system. You will only use two hots as this is a single phase motor.
what is the size of wire has to use for 25kw 3phase motor
No, the voltage gap between the two voltages is too large.
The cable size feeding 75hp-3phase motor is 16mm square in measurement.
480v 3phase is dangerous than 120v 3phase.
Into units of what?
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the three phase dc motor never seen yet motor eaither 3phase m/r or dc motor.
Then it is not a three phase motor.
570amps on 3phase 415volts
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frequency inverter also called frequency converter, frequency changer etc, in automation industry special for AC motor speed controlling, input 1phase / 3phase, output 3phase, the frequency and voltage are both changeable.
Just use 2 of the wires instead of 3.
How do u wire a 1 to 3phase rotoverter
Rephrase your question so that it makes sense.
It would be a 10 kVA generator.
Yes, however, the RPM will increase by 20%, if the motor is connected to a shaft or driving something that can not handle the torque, then you might run to heating issues or performance issues.
The only way to change 480 volts to 240 volts is with a transformer. A wye connection of a 480 volt three phase system can get the voltage down to 277 volts, but it is not recommended to interchange these two voltages and the equipment that they operate on.