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    Hi, Thanks for the suggestion. But, for high...

    Hi,

    Thanks for the suggestion. But, for high speed the motor wiring plate shows 1-2-3 tied together.

    As someone who knows almost nothing about motors and electrical fields, I would be hesitant...
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    Using the VFD display. Sent from my SM-N960U...

    Using the VFD display.

    Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
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    Hi Jim They're coming directly from the VFD....

    Hi Jim

    They're coming directly from the VFD. As I understand it, 3 phase amperage readings aren't reliable from a regular old multimeter like I have

    Any thoughts on the cuts that I described...
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    Hi Jim This is right on the backside of the...

    Hi Jim

    This is right on the backside of the motor


    And the leads were labeled clearly. My first thought was maybe it was wired 440v, but this motor doesn't have that option - it's 220v only
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    Huh, that's a very interesting observation... So,...

    Huh, that's a very interesting observation... So, what I'm seeing with the factory 3/4hp motor may not be that unusual? It seems weird that the idle amp draw is higher than the FLA...

    Although, I...
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    Hardinge TM motor amp draw too high

    Hi all

    I have a 1940s steel dial hardinge TM mill with a 230v-only, 2 speed 3ph motor. I hooked it up directly to a 220V single phase input VFD(Yaskawa GPD-205) using the high speed wiring (leads...
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