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A 110v to 220v VFD would let you run that on 110v if it isn't too big of a motor. A 220v VFD would be better but if you have to run it on 110v then one of these would probably do the job. If the motor is more than 1hp you will probably need a 20amp 110v circuit for the vfd/motor.