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Phase Converters & Power Factor
Phase Converter Efficiency
Installing a Phase Converter
Rotary Phase Converters
Static Phase Converters
VFDs as Phase Converters
     • Harmonic Distortion
Three-Phase Motors
Phase Converters & Voltage Balance
Phase Converter Applications
     • Submersible Pumps
     • Woodworking Equipment
     • Dual Lift Stations
     • Phase Converters & Welders
     • Phase Converters & CNC Machines
     • Phase Converters & Air Compressors
     • Phase Converters & Elevators
     • Phase Converters & Wire EDM
     Phase Converters & HVAC
Phase Converters & Transformers
     • Step-up Transformers
     • Buck-Boost Transformers
     • Isolation Transformers
Phase Converter Experts
Digital Phase Converters
Regenerative Power
Three-Phase Power
     • Delta vs. Wye Configured Power
Motor Starting Currents

Phase Converter Experts

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If you are not a trained professional in the electrical industry, finding and buying the right phase converter may be a confusing, time consuming task. So what do the experts say about phase converters?

Because there are important differences between the types of phase converters, it is critical that you understand the power requirements of the equipment that will be powered by the phase converter.

Simple three-phase motors that are lightly loaded and intermittently used can operate safely on very poor quality three-phase power.  Heavily loaded motors and complex three-phase systems require perfectly balanced three-phase power. Only a digital phase converter can supply pure sine wave, balanced power to equipment that operates over a wide load range.  We recommend consulting a phase converter expert who understands the requirements of a wide variety of electrical equipment and can offer a solution that meets your needs.

       
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