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    Default sterns magnetic brake wiring

    I picked up a chicago box and pan brake that was wired for 440 and Im going to change it to 220, its a dual voltage motor. Its a basic wye configuration so easy to do. lots of wiring diagrams but I can't find where to tie in the magnetic motor brake on the lower voltage, I don't want to run a transformer, I would rather just wire it and change the heaters. here is how its hooked up now im not great at electrical but I can usually figure it out. just dont want to let the magic smoke out if I can help it.
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    got my answer thanks though

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    If you found your answer, what about posting it here, so that it could help somebody else in the future?

    Paolo

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    it was a link given to me by danielplace off of one of the other forums i read on. Here it is I dont think he would mind, thought I had posted it.

    https://download.sew-eurodrive.com/d...df/9PD0049.pdf


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