Mounting an INVERTER

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Re: Mounting an INVERTER

Post by wally318 » Sat May 04, 2019 3:47 am

Well I wired up the inverter and used a longer umbilical from motor to inverter
just as a test precaution. Everything works fine.
The motor does not exhibit external electo-magnetic forces.
With the inverter in the bracket position as in the pics the
inverter shows no signs of any influence or fluctuations.
And the best part ... In that position it benefits from the motors
fan. When you put your fingers/hand in the gap between the junction
box and inverter you can feel a good blast of air coming through there from
the fan. 2 benefits there. Cooling for the inverter and a good down draft
will blow down any stray chips.

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