220 VAC Condenser Fan Auto Thermal Protection Experience

Typical Condenser Fan Spec from Grainger
["Motor,1/2 HP,HVAC Condenser Fan Motor, Permanent Split Capacitor, Totally Enclosed Air-Over, HP 1/2, RPM 1075, Number of Speeds 1, Voltage 208-230, Full Load Amps 3.2-3.0, 48YZ NEMA Frame, Body Diameter 5 5/8 In, Service Factor 1.00, 60 Hz, Stud Mounting, Ball Bearings,
Shaft Diameter 1/2 In, Shaft Length 6 In, CW/CCW Rotation, Capacitor Required 2GE78, Ambient 60 C, Insulation Class B, Mounting Shaft Position Up/Down, Length Less Shaft 5 1/2 In, Stud Pattern 3 5/8 In"]
Have you ever seen a fire in one of these type fans?
Would the Auto Thermal Protection protect this fan if connected to 110 VAC?
Hve you run a 220 VAC fan on 110 VAC for a purpose other than it was designed?
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