I've used a 15 horse rotophase (custom built from a motor and capacitors) in my shop for about 20 years now. Runs on 240 single phase and puts out 120 three phase on 2 legs and the 'wild leg" self regulates thru the load. I just ran a separate 120 volt line to each machine for control voltage. All the output from the roto of course goe's thru industrial three phase equipment. I use an AB size 3 starter on the 240 single phase input to the roto so if we have a "more often than we should" power blip, the system drops out rather that trying to auto restart and blowing capacitors. Hasn't failed me yet.
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