Hook up 3 phase motor
But there are exceptions IEC motors, for example. Speed controllers are expensive because they have to create variable supply frequency at high currents. Ends of each winding are usually brought out to a terminal block.
Followed my own advice and went to C-H site. It's simply a matter of connecting the 3 "L" wires one wire to each phase of your line. I am guessing that I want to use the starter but with a low voltage switch in a user friendy location instead of the full voltage switch.
I am purely guessing at vac but it could also be 24vac, or 24vdc or hook up 3 phase motor else. Note that this must be the power supply ground conductor, not a wire leading to a ground rod nearby.
An H bridge is generally used for DC motors.
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Thank you all for the responses and explanations. Also, do I need to know which of the three power lines are L1 L2 L3 or are they interchangable?
If you want to see what a solid state converter looks like, there are schematics at: There are three windings in the motor. I would like to ask further questions. Here's a link to a drawing that I think is what you have drawn There should not be an electrical connection. I like the low voltage wiring to the start and stop switches.
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Isolation in H bridge cct 1. What is the funtion of the red, yellow, and black wires on the starter?
If so, that would worry me. Could be lucky and already have it though.
This one just has a single "rung" or horizontal line.