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To run a 3 phase motor and it works very well, took a little setting up but there are some good videos on youtube. There are lots of other makes that should work just as well, you also get the ability to change the speed of the motor while it is running so you can fine tune the throughput to match other parts of the setup.
The important thing is that you use one that is rated higher than the motor in Kw and that the motor can be wired in delta 230v, most 3 phase motors will say 440/230v, wired in star they need 440v and wired delta they need 230v, the plate should show this info. There will be some brass plates inside the connection box that need to be put in the correct place for either 440v or 230v operation, it’s not difficult.
I’m in Wiltshire if anyone wanted to see one working, I have it on a pump but it would be the same principal.
Hope this helps
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