Count on ATO to devise electrical solutions for motor control or any other relevant applications. Our high-performance products are designed to increase efficiency, stabilize power usage, and let you rest assured in operating machines knowing that all systems are running reliably. Watch our videos to learn more about our products.

Do check the below videos for in-depth details.

ATO Phase Converter Videos

ATO Single Phase to Three Phase Converter

Single phase to three phase converters are often used in the absence of three phase power, and can be used to supply power to three-phase motors, water pumps and other equipment. We provide 5 hp7.5 hp15 hp20 hp30hp and other more types of phase converters with input voltage options including 110V, 120V, 220V, 230V, 240V, 415V, 440V & 480.

Power on ATO Phase Converter

The video shows the wiring and start-up operation of ATO Phase converter and we prove its safety by using a multimeter to measure the voltage at the protection terminal. ATO provides phase converter from 4hp to 20hp, which can convert single-phase power to three-phase power.

Steps to Converting 220V Single Phase to Three Phase

The video shows the steps to converting 1-phase 220V to 3-phase 380V via ATO static phase converter. And this phase converter has VFD technology to start the 3-phase asynchronous motor to reduce the impact on the power grid. For more info about the static phase converter, see here.

Run a 3-Phase Motor on Single Phase Source via VFD

If you have a three phase motor but only have single phase power supply available, why not use ATO single phase to three phase VFD to run and control the three phase motor? This variable frequency drive is used to convert single phase to three phase, allowing more efficient and less expensive operation of three phase motors. Check out our variable frequency drives right now!

Single phase to 3 phase VFD wiring - 220V to 380V

ATO 1-phase 220V to 3-phase 380V VFD (frequency inverter) is widely used in places where there is no three-phase electricity . The capacity we have: 2HP5HP7.5HP10HP15HP20HP, etc.

Use push button to control a 3-phase motor via VFD

In this video, we show you an easier way to start and stop a 3 phase motor that runs on a single-phase power supply by adding a push button to the system. How could a 3 phase motor run on a single-phase power? The solution is a single to three phase VFD that is convenient for installation and smart for setting. This device is available in 2HP5HP7.5HP10HP15HP20HP, etc.

120V to 220V VFD programing for 3-phase motor

This VFD can operate with single phase 110v-120v input and produce single phase and three phase 220v-240v output, designed for driving single/three phase AC motor via 120v power supply. Take a look at our most popular VFDs: 2HP5HP7.5HP10HP15HP20HP, etc.

Use 1-phase VFD to forward/reverse 3-phase motor

Having no industrial three phase power to run 3-phase motors? ATO 1-phase 120V to 3-phase 220V VFDs come to save you. They can easily control 3 phase motors even though you only have household single phase power supply and adding a forward/reverse switch allows you to change the motor’s rotation direction as you will. We have different capacities of VFDs such as 2HP5HP7.5HP10HP15HP20HP, etc.

120V to 220V VFD Keypad Digital Setting

ATO VFDs feature a knob as well as touch buttons on the panel to make it easier  for you  to adjust the frequency, as shown in the video. ATO 120V input VFD power specification: 1hp~7.5hp.

How to Run 3-Phase Motor with Single Phase Supply

In this video, we explain the advantages of using a single-to-three phase VFD to run a 3-phase motor on single phase power source.
Available ATO single-phase to 3-phase VFDs include  2HP5HP7.5HP10HP15HP20HP, etc.

How Many VFD Control Methods Do You Know?

In this video we’ve shown you five methods to control the frequency of VFD:
1. Switch Button control
2. Analog control
3. Potentiometer control
4. Modbus-RTU control
5. DTU wireless remote control 
For 1-phase to 3-phase VFDs, we have 2HP5HP7.5HP10HP15HP20HP for you to have a look.

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