I’m going through a B&S No2 grinder! And the 3 ph electric was wire all funky! The lower motor was wired 240 and spindle 440 lord. My converter put out 208! So I purchased a transformer and boosted it up to 460. The Allen Bradley switch was 240, so I purchased a 509, 600 volt. Just to make a point, I’ve never worked with anything Allen Bradley before, I mounted and hooked up the switch but no power to the motor wires. Like I said! I have worked with magnetic switches before but not A.Bradley! On top of this! Hooking up the on and off switch was interesting. I look online and there’s nothing on motor controls. I finally figured out the heater components and their purpose. Now this is why I’m writing this, the sales people are quick to sell me something that is incomplete and nobody can answer a question and help out. These components get expensive and multiple purchases add up. Heaters! I figured it out by going to my own motor control books.