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Posted by Brian (Tankless) Wood. on April 27th, 2001 09:38 AM
In reply to Will a spa run cheaper on 240V vs. 120V by Kevin on April 27th, 2001 01:46 AM [Go to top of thread]

Sorry Kevin, what you pay for, is Kilowatts, or power, which is volts X amps. At higher voltage, the motor will run cooler due to lower amps. Our controller only affects the motor operation, not the heater. The controller will lower the motor load and make it run cooler & smoother. The amount of savings varies by application. Let me know what amps the motor takes on high & low voltage, and I will recommend a controller.
We also have units for central AC compressors, window units, and motors all the way up to 500hp & bigger.
Please let me know if I can help. 800 851 9891.
Thanks, Brian.

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