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arriusone
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Help with VDF wiring and set up

Post by arriusone »

Hello all, I'm and Ritchie new to the centroid Community form. I am setting up a all in one dc drive with a invertek P/N ODE-3-320153-1042, 5 HP, 230V Phase Converter much help for the wiring and setting parameters to connect up the all in one DC drive? If any of the users out there are using one or can help the set up, The help would be appreciated.. :lol: https://www.driveswarehouse.com/ode-3-320153-1042
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Re: Help with VDF wiring and set up

Post by martyscncgarage »

Hi Ritchie,
Your drive is like most, has an example diagram.

You need to ascertain which terminals are
Analog input
Analog Com

Forward (Usually Digital Input 1)
Reverse (Usually Digital Input 2)
VFD Reset (Usually Digital Input 3 but digital inputs can be programmed)
Common for the digital inputs

Dry contacts for VFD Fault and which pair to use (Usually set by default but can be programmed)

You have to read through the manual and figure out how to program the above. If you can't figure it out, if you bought the drive from a reputable company, their support staff should be able to help you with suggestions.

I have never personally used that drive.
Good luck!
Marty
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Re: Help with VDF wiring and set up

Post by BodeRacing »

arriusone wrote: Mon Feb 15, 2021 6:14 pm Hello all, I'm and Ritchie new to the centroid Community form. I am setting up a all in one dc drive with a invertek P/N ODE-3-320153-1042, 5 HP, 230V Phase Converter much help for the wiring and setting parameters to connect up the all in one DC drive? If any of the users out there are using one or can help the set up, The help would be appreciated.. :lol: https://www.driveswarehouse.com/ode-3-320153-1042
I'm a little confused. Do you have a DC or AC motor?
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Re: Help with VDF wiring and set up

Post by martyscncgarage »

BodeRacing wrote: Tue Feb 16, 2021 12:13 pm
arriusone wrote: Mon Feb 15, 2021 6:14 pm Hello all, I'm and Ritchie new to the centroid Community form. I am setting up a all in one dc drive with a invertek P/N ODE-3-320153-1042, 5 HP, 230V Phase Converter much help for the wiring and setting parameters to connect up the all in one DC drive? If any of the users out there are using one or can help the set up, The help would be appreciated.. :lol: https://www.driveswarehouse.com/ode-3-320153-1042
I'm a little confused. Do you have a DC or AC motor?
He used phase converter when in fact he links to a VFD or "Variable Frequency Drive" Looks like a decent one....
Marty
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Re: Help with VDF wiring and set up

Post by Craig »

martyscncgarage wrote: Tue Feb 16, 2021 12:08 pm Hi Ritchie,
Your drive is like most, has an example diagram.

You need to ascertain which terminals are
Analog input
Analog Com

Forward (Usually Digital Input 1)
Reverse (Usually Digital Input 2)
VFD Reset (Usually Digital Input 3 but digital inputs can be programmed)
Common for the digital inputs

Dry contacts for VFD Fault and which pair to use (Usually set by default but can be programmed)

You have to read through the manual and figure out how to program the above. If you can't figure it out, if you bought the drive from a reputable company, their support staff should be able to help you with suggestions.

I have never personally used that drive.
Good luck!
Marty
What is a dry contact?
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Re: Help with VDF wiring and set up

Post by tblough »

Cheers,

Tom
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Re: Help with VDF wiring and set up

Post by martyscncgarage »

Typical Relay's have contacts. Those are "dry" contacts.
Have you done a CNC Control conversion before? Do you have basic electrical/electronics experience?
Do take the time to watch my video playlist on All in One DC if you haven't already
Marty
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