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Can I use standard 208 to run them

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if there is no further guidance on the name plate about 208 and you come up dry on the internet, I would try to contact the manufacturer or distributor.
You have 2 issues here. Voltage and frequency. It will run faster, the question is how long?
There are motors that handle the voltage swing but you still have the speed thing.


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Lower voltage reduces torque, risk of burning out the motor.
In case of 60 Hz, the way I look at it is that the motor requires a higher voltage to run properly.
6/5 x 220 = 264 Volts for a 60 Hz system.


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