I am trying to convert a 240/120V 60Hz genset for international use, specifically for China at the moment. I need 50 Hz, which I can achieve by slowing the engine down and making the necessary changes to the voltage regulator in the generator. I can also adjust my Line-to-Line voltage to the necessary 220V. I am under the impression that I can neglect the neutral terminal in the generator and only use the two lines to get my 220V. From what I understand, the power they would typically use in China (or Europe, etc.) is 220V (or 230V) measured line to neutral. Even though I am using line-to-line, is there a difference to devices being powered? I know that voltage is a measure of the potential difference across two wires which is why I can achieve the correct voltage, but I now need double-pole breakers and I don't have a true neutral in the system. And I'm not sure if I need to bond the neutral terminal within the generator to ground, or leave it floating. How will this affect devices that are used to the line-to-neutral power? And is what I am trying to do acceptable and safe? Any help would be greatly appreciated.