Cnc10 alarm 450 441 (Resolved)

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Ashb82
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Re: Cnc10 alarm 450 441

Post by Ashb82 »

This is the phase converter I have I run my mill on it just fine but it is 440 I was able to lower the leg with a transformer
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Ashb82
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Re: Cnc10 alarm 450 441

Post by Ashb82 »

I figured it out. The problem was coming from my phase converter.
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Re: Cnc10 alarm 450 441

Post by martyscncgarage »

Ashb82 wrote: Thu Jan 28, 2021 12:28 am I figured it out. The problem was coming from my phase converter.
What exactly was it?
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Ashb82
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Re: Cnc10 alarm 450 441

Post by Ashb82 »

I had one leg that was way to high in voltage.
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