It will run, but you will pull more amps than you would while running on a 120v line and it will not run as fast or as efficiently. Bottom line: you'll use more electricity and your bill will be much higher. The motor will also run hotter.
A 220v motor uses two 120v legs. But for your question, no, because it needs another 120v wire to run.
Use the 220 volt connection. The wire size to feed the motor will be smaller and the motor will run more smoothly.
The motor will run very fast and eventually smoke will come out of it. When the coils burn open, the motor will stop.
Yes, assuming the wall outlet produces 120V 60 Hz at at least 4 watts.
It can't be "converted", you have to run a 220 line and have a 220 breaker and plug installed.
You would be using a maximum of 12.5 amps. Your should not hook anything else to that line.
out of winshiel washer fluid, does the motor run when you push the fluid despense button ? if so suspect plugged line, broke line ,if it does not run suspect fuse or windshield pump motor.
star delta motors start as a Y for 3 phase so the windings that normally see 480 volts see 277V a relay switches to delta then it runs as a normal delta motor the reduces the starting current by about 60% for 3 phase
If any two of the three line conduuctors are exchanged, the motor will run in the opposite direction.
you don't run a new 120 line
To see if the motor can be converted check the specification plate. If it says 110/220V you can rewire the windings to drop the voltage. There are several explinations on how to do that on this site. If the plate says only 220V you cannot. You need to run a dedicated line for it. Again, there are many explinations on how to do that on this site.
If the generator produces 120v, it will run anything requiring 8 amps or less.
if it is a three phase motor it can be run an the single phase mains but it woild require a hand start in either direction, if you put a capacitor on line two and three and the live and neutral on line one and two then it should work
No...that's too much voltage, and 277v is normally three-phase power.
No, but it's usually quite easy to run a 220V line to wherever you want to put the bulb.
If you were to swap around any two of the three line connections the motor will run in the opposite direction.
8 amps at 120v
Many motors have the ability to run on 240 or 120 volts. There is typically a diagram on the rating plate on the motor that shows you how to wire for either voltage. Sometimes you need to install or remove jumpers. If your motor is not dual rated you can't easily convert because if you just connect 120 volts to where 240 volts were connected you will draw twice the current which isn't good for a lot of reasons.
You can but the motor may not run, however you will not burn the motor.
Connect your start capacitor in series with the start winding.Connect the run capacitor in the common terminal and Line 1 of the power supply.
You don't, unless the motor doesn't have to last very long. that's a 173% of the motor voltage rating (690volts / 400 volts), at best you can get away with ~110%. The motor will become overexcited, overheat, overspeed, and fail. You must step the voltage down to a reasonable level for the motor. You could use power electronics for this, or a transformer. If your source is a four wire, 690v system (the line to line voltage is 690v), then you should be able to run the motor wired line to neutral. You should verify this won't overload anything, and won't cause excessive unbalance on your three phase.