I'm hoping to get an induction heater for my condo, but the heater requires 1 hot, 1 neutral, and 1 ground. I believe that's a European electrical setup, so how would this get connected in the United States? As far as I know, there's no way to do a single phase 220v line, at least not in a residential setting. I have heard of transformers that may do something to that effect? But, I already have a nema 14-50R plug in my garage and I'm hoping there's a way I could safely power the heater with that. Does anyone know of any solutions? For instance, could I just attach two hots and the ground to the heater, cap off the neutral, and just plug into the outlet?
Jsyk: I do not have any kind of background in electrical engineering, so please excuse my ignorance.