That's how instruction manuals are these days... nothing but a little bit of useless information repeated over and over in several different languages. I think the record number I've seen is nine (9!).
Of course... the English section is usually laughably flawed, in spite of it all.
Makes you wonder if they'll ever consider amending or dismissing 110.3(B)....
In order for a 110.3(B) issue, the mentioned document must be made available to the inspector? Right?
Now, IF you wired it with #12 at 60', would you provide this document to the inspector?
On the other side of the fence, how many inspectors would ask for motor mfg docs, as opposed to looking at the nameplate data??