Thats about a 5HP VFD so that is usually at the limit for 1ph supply.
If you have 3ph available this is the preferable way to go as the efficiency is higher than 1ph.
If the unit will accept 1ph, there are some that require a particular input pair to be fed, if no instruction on this, you may have to use trial and error.
You will require a local means of disconnect or 3ph and ground plug and socket.
The frequency does not matter as the VFD converts whatever the AC is to DC.
If you want to power off in E-stop or when no longer in use, a contactor can be used on the supply Input side only.
If you require a braking resistor, the manual should specify a suitable resistance and wattage.