jdemaris had the correct answer. It's all the same IF wired correctly. I assume you want to run it on 120; better check the current requirement. It may be cheaper to run a dedicated 240V circuit if your existing 120 circuit isn't up to the task and needs to be upgraded.
Re: Sparkle question in reply to MarkB_MI, 10-06-2013 06:35:09
EXACTLY, that's the I Squared R wasted energy heat losses I was trying to explain to some of the others. The Power IS the same except if you waste more heat energy in the conductors that feed the motor THEN YOU DONT GET THE SAME AT 120 OR 240
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