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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I CAN PROBABLY DRAW YOU A DIAGRAM BUT SEE IF YOU CAN UNDERSTAND THIS FIRST. ASSUMING YOUR STARTER COIL REQUIRES THE SAME VOLTAGE OF YOUR COMPRESSOR. 230V MOTOR = 230V COIL ON STARTER. YOU HAVE 2 OR 3 HOT WIRES ATTACHING TO THE TOP OF THE STARTER ( 1 PHASE OR 3 PHASE). TAKE A JUMPER WIRE INSERTED UNDER THE SAME LUG AS 1 HOT LEG AND GO STAIGHT TO 1 SIDE OF THE COIL. THEN TAKE ANOTHER JUMPER WIRE FROM ANOTHER HOT LUG - PASS THRU THE TRIP PACK AT THE BOTTOM OF THE STARTER ( IN AND OUT) THEN GO TO PRESSURE SWITCH. TAKE THE OTHER PRESSURE SWITCH WIRE TO THE LOW OIL SWITCH. TAKE THE OTHER LOW OIL WIRE TO THE OTHER SIDE OF THE STARTER COIL. THEREFORE YOU WILL HAVE ONE SIDE OF THE COIL HOT ALL THE TIME AND WAITING FOR THE OTHER SIDE TO GET HOT. AS LONG THE OTHER LONGER CIRCUIT IS A COMPLETE CIRCUIT IT WILL WORK - IN A SERIES THE TRIP PACK SAYS OK, THEN THE PRESSURE SWITCH SAYS OK, THEN THE LOW OIL SWITCH SAYS OK AND THEN VOLTAGE GOES TO COIL AND PULLS THE STARTER IN. IF THIS IS TOO CONFUSING SEND ME AN EMAIL AND HOPEFULLY A PIC OF YOUR NEW STARTER TO JBRIDGERS@CA-EQUIP.COM AND I'LL TRY TO HELP YOU FURTHER. HOPE THIS HELPS.
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
There should be 2 contactors for forward and reverse. you have to wire them so that the power coming in will switch 2 opposite phases to reverse.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
It will not be inexpensive to convert your dishmachine over to three phase. With everything that you will need to replace, depending on the model if converyor or not it may run close to what it costs to have 3phase run to the building that you plan to move into.
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
Interlocking. pump1. line 1 to auxiliary normally close contact of contactor #2 to holding coil of #1 contactor, line2 to float switch then to holding coil of #1 contactor.
Interlocking. pump2. line 1 to auxiliary normally close contact of contactor #1 to holding coil of #2 contactor, line2 to float switch then to holding coil of #2 contactor.
Posted on Dec 15, 2009
hi! there, single phase compressor motor need a starting capacitor base on the rated capacity in horse power,you can check this on the tag of the compressor motor how many horsepower was indicated,it should be for single phase motor starting capacitor has a capacity of micro farads.for a 1 horsepower = 15 to 18 micro farads stating capacitor if you have more than 1 horsepower you can basically proportion the value of capacitor you need or ask the dealer how much capacitor you need on your motor the connection of pressure switch with a four terminal should be connected both on common line L1 and running capacitor line L2 .if you open the cover of pressure switch there are 4 terminals,2 terminals are connected when normally close or no pressure they connected on series connection on the common line one terminal connected to common line of the compressor and the other terminal on L1 to the pushbutton switch to L1 supply line.the 2 other terminals also connected in series withe line capacitors L2 to yhr power supply line.hope this will help you a lot.just rate my fix thanks a lot.
Posted on Apr 20, 2010
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