Yes, you can plug a 240v motor into a 230v outlet.
yes, 31watt divide 240v equals to 0.13amps.
If its a true 240v motor the no it won't. Some motors will but it would be listed in the specs or on the info plate of the motor. It will say 120/240.
it wouldn't work long it would keep popping breaker and possible to cause a fire if keep reseting the breaker 110v would not be enough to power 220v. It wouldn't harm the appliance but it will not keep popping breakers. However, plugging 110v equipment into 220v outlets will destroy the appliance. You can cause damage to the equipment, at least if there is a motor in it. The 110v will be insufficient to turn the motor, so the current passing through it will remain at the level of the startup surge (ever notice how the lights in your house dim slightly when the air conditioner compressor kicks on?). For a short duration, like a normal startup, this surge will not do any harm, but if that much current is allowed to continue coursing through the coils, they will quickly overheat. Never let the smoke out of the motor!
It may not blow, but it will turn twice as fast and burn out very quickly. It is meant for 110 only. Check the sump pump. Some of them can be wired either 120v or 240v. If yours is like that, just wire the motor for 240v and plug it in.
Assuming a power factor of 0.85, at 240V 3 phase, 15KW load would draw a full load of 42.5 Amps. 50 Amp rating breaker will be suitable.
it won't work properly
Definitely not - it would burn out quickly and probably cause the circuit breaker to trip as well.
to turn on a 240v or480v system,like a 240v waterheater
A control transformer marked 240V - 24Vac would have a control voltage of 24 volts.
This wouldn't be on a farm would it? 1000' line would need it's own utility pole, and transformer.
More than likely, your 240V system has branches that supply a standard household 120V to things like lighting outlets. Most light bulbs in the US run on 120V so this is probably a convenience feature. Otherwise you would have to go to a specialty store and buy 240V bulbs.
at least 80KW of the same phase
If it is a six wire motor go to http://apps.motorboss.com/connections/108323.pdf
I've seen it done, but be certain that the motor is connected to the correct VOLTAGE. The UK uses a 50Hz, 240V electrical system. The US uses a 60 Hz, 120/240V. The motor you are referring to was probably used in the UK, so will probably need 240V.
I've seen it done. Be sure you have the correct voltage going to the motor. A 50 Hz motor was probably used in the UK, or other parts of Europe. They use 240V/50 Hz. So your motor will probably need 240V too. Check the motor's nameplate.For more information see the answers to the Related Questions shown below.
if i have a breaker that has a 120/240v and my dryer has a 240v plug can i change the receptacle to a 240v
It May Fuse It Or Not Charge The Battery At All
What specifically are you wiring? A light bulb would operate dim, a motor will burn up. The current increases thereby requiring larger wire and current protection.
If a load were only 240 volt on a single phase 240v system with a center tapped transformer the neutral conductor would carry no current.
Yes it will operate it fine.
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