Yeah, regarding 208V... In the US, 208V is usually wye (Y) 3-phase which includes a neutral. Each phase is 120V relative to the neutral, and 208V relative to the other phases. So there are four current-carrying conductors.
Delta (Δ) 3-phase does not include a separate neutral, and there are only three current-carrying conductors. Each phase is 240V relative to the other phases. (One of the three conductors may be grounded, in addition to safety ground, but that doesn't affect the point I'm making.)
There is another way to get 208V in the US called split-phase delta, but it's less common. Basically, two phases of the delta are treated like 120/240V split single-phase power (common household power), with separate neutral "between" the two phases. The third phase is 208V relative to the neutral, and remains 240V relative to the other two phases.
A PhasePerfect generates delta 3-phase. There is no way to get wye 3-phase from a PP without a delta/wye transformer. However, you can get 208V single-phase from a PP, because the "hot leg" it generates is the third phase of a split-phase delta system. The other two phases and the neutral are identically the input power coming into the PP.
I don't know if PP allows drawing an unbalanced 208V load from just the hot leg, and would call them to ask before doing any such thing Certainly you can't exceed the per-phase current limit, so you won't get anywhere near the full rated HP of the PP unit.
So if you have equipment requiring 3-phase 208V, you need not just a transformer, but a delta/wye transformer in addition to the PP. If you have equipment requiring single-phase 208V, a PP might serve your purpose but check with them first.
And to repeat something scudzuki said, the phase-to-phase output voltage of the PP is the same as the input phase-to-phase voltage, and it's got circuitry inside it to keep the generated hot leg voltage balanced with the input voltages. If your service voltage is high or low, so will be the PP output voltage. Obviously, there is a limited range of input voltages the PP is designed for, so don't go hooking it up to 600V input.