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You must contact the factory for the complet list oh part and a new data plate. This is for insurance and UL requirements.

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SOURCE: This is a 3 phase

no not without changing mtr. contactors,installing a roto-phaseinverter is the way to go dont get static inverter

Posted on Jan 09, 2010

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SOURCE: Taking my P660 out out a building with 3 phase

Good!

MOTOR:

21?2 H.P., Hobart designed, high torque ball bearing,

ventilated within mixer enclosure. Single-phase is

capacitor-start, induction-run type.


Three-phase is

polyphase squirrel cage, induction-run type.


Single Phase 208V 20.0 Amps

240V 17.0 Amps


Three Phase 208-240V 8.6 Amps

Posted on Nov 26, 2010

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I have Hobart D300 mixer which operates at 220V, 3phase supply and whereas the facility has 208V, single phase supply. Is there any recommended phase converters available for this product. Thanks


Hi Bill
I may be wrong here......
But I've been around Electricity for a long time.
Have Never seen a device that does phase conversion.
A Building site or home will either have Three Phase or Single Phase Power Available
BUT...A portable (Hired) generator could be "three phase" and you could use any one of those phases individually or all three phases.

I have 3 Phase supply to my house!
But I use 230 volt Single Phase for appliances.
My Bore Pump uses a 3 Phase Motor,
(so with a voltmeter it would read about 440 vAC to the pump motor).
Some Further Info:
A GENERATOR is basically a motor used the opposite way. Rotate a motor and it Generates.
The Phases refer to the THREE Windings in the supplying generator in your suburb.
A Large Magnet passes each winding in sequence giving you the three ripples in the supply.
Our houses can choose to have 1 Phase or Three Phases from the street when you set up your electric supply.
So... to confirm, look at the wires on the supply poles to the premises. Usually three in our area (Oz)
Most people are not aware that a car Alternator is actually three phase. The Rotor is the magnet that rotates.
The only difference with an Alternator is that each "Phase" is connected to 2 Diodes (6 total) to convert the three phase to DC to charge the vehicle.
The Regulator controls the voltage to the Rotor, thereby controlling the output.
So.... An Alternator could in theory supply 3 Phase in a mobile generator. Custom Made. Constant speed would determine the frequency of 50Hz or 60Hz.
Not sure what country you are in

Hope this Helps or gives you food for thought!


Three phase electric power

Jul 08, 2015 | Hobart Food Mixers

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What is hobart h600, single phase or 3 phase?


Not sure if you are asking if an H600 is automatically a single phase or a 3 phase and the answer is NO. Depending on the motor it will be 1 phase or 3 phase application. It will have 4 wires versus 3 wires -- hope that makes sense 3 of the wires are "HOT" on a 3 phase and only 2 are "HOT" on a single phase Motor.

Jul 09, 2014 | Hobart H600 Stand Mixer

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Hobart am-12 manual and wiring


need to know if the motor on a hobart dishwasher model # am12 can be changed from 3 phase to single phase ? If so how ? I have no diagram on unit .

Jul 09, 2012 | Food Mixers

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I needed to know the PH for a h600 11344142 Hobart mixer... And is it a single Or 3 face??


Hello Jbabajanov,

I understand that you want to know about the HP (Horse Power) of a H600, 60 quart mixer and weither it is a single or three phase.

All H600 Hobart mixers are equiped with a 2 horse power motor.

As to wether it is single or three phase you will need to look at the service tag of the machine. If is listed on it weather it is single or three phase.

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May 13, 2011 | Hobart H600 Stand Mixer

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Taking my P660 out out a building with 3 phase power and into one with only single phase. Converter says motor will run on 2/3 power. Good or bad idea????


Good!

MOTOR:

21?2 H.P., Hobart designed, high torque ball bearing,

ventilated within mixer enclosure. Single-phase is

capacitor-start, induction-run type.


Three-phase is

polyphase squirrel cage, induction-run type.


Single Phase 208V 20.0 Amps

240V 17.0 Amps


Three Phase 208-240V 8.6 Amps

Nov 26, 2010 | Hobart P660 Stand Mixer

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I need a wiring diagram for the Hobart H600 which has a multi tap motor on and i would like to change the voltage on the motor to 200volt single phase 120/208 or even 120208 3phase. The wiring diagram is...


You cannot wire a three phase motor for single phase and you cannot wire a single phase motor for three phase. If you have a three phase dual voltage motor your options are 220 or 440 volts. If you have a single phase dual voltage motor your options are 120 or 240 volts. A 208 volt Hobart motor will only function correctly on 208 volts and is not dual voltage.

Aug 05, 2010 | Hobart H600 Stand Mixer

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Only have two phase power power company refuses to install three phase can i run my hobart h600-t mixer serial#31-1068-582 ml# 104385 with just two phase?


first thing, there is no 2 phase pwr. there are only single phase or three phase.you have 2 choices either you can convert mixer from 3phase to 1phase which will be expensive, or you can get a rotophase which will make 1phase pwr to 3phase pwr to run mixer, dont go with static phase inverter, only the rotophase inverter

Jan 19, 2010 | Hobart H600 Stand Mixer

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Need to convert 3ph to 1ph older h-600 model


that means changing mtr , contactors,that 1 phase is expensive never mind the kit to c/o keep 3 phase set up install a roto-phase in building, not a static phase inverter . the money you spend on coversion of mixer, i think the roto-phase is the cheaper of the two

Oct 07, 2009 | Food Mixers

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Can I cange 3x230v up to 400v


Are you stating you have an A200 mixer that is 3 phase 230 volt?
I was under the impression all A200's were single phase. The D300 floor model came 3 phase. In any regard, to change the input voltage to any maching, you would have to replace the rotor, stator, and control group, including wiring. It has to be kept to orgiinal specifications, and tech support would have to authorise the change. As you can imagine, it's not really an option. If you change from 50 to 60 Hz, you would have to change your worm gears also.

Oct 03, 2009 | Hobart A200 Stand Mixer

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This is a 3 phase mixer. Is it possible to connect it to my single phase bakery without buying a 3 phase converter?


no not without changing mtr. contactors,installing a roto-phaseinverter is the way to go dont get static inverter

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