google home made phase converters. I made mine with a 5hp 3 phase and a 220V half horse spinner motor. Basically hook L1, L2, and L3 to the input side of a 3 phase switchbox. Hook 220V single phase to two of the poles in the switchbox to the motor side, using L1 and L2. On the load side of the switchbox, run L1, L2, and L3 to the motor you want to run. The half horse motor gets hinged to the 3 phase motor, belted to it, and is wired to a little switchbox that is wired to the 220V input of the big box. Start the spinner motor, when the 3 phase is up to speed, turn on the big box, and shut off the little on, flip the hinge so the belt loosens. L3 is generated by the 3 phase motor. No capacitors needed....Voila! 3 phase power.
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