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What causes a red light on an TB Wood Etrac XFC 1001 inverter and the motor will not start Is there an internal fuse Do I need 3 phase for the input

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Is that red light flashing or continous lighting? You do not need 3 phase input for that model. Do you have the input wiring diagram? If the red light is flashing maybe the emergency stop input is active. If the red light is on continously then it maybe in stop mode or torque limit, ask electrician to check the wiring.

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Testimonial: "the red light blinks on for 20 sec then off for 10 seconds/some times longer I do have a wiring diagram I am not using an external control from a computer"


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I have an F16 fault on a TB Woods Etrac drive. Can u plz suggest me what should do.

If it is readable copy the data off immediately, if not you need to take it to a data recovery service such as ERS Data Recovery at 1.888.248.3148 What yo depends on how important the data is.

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I just bought a double head notcher with 2-10hp 3 phase motors they were wired 480 volt I only have 230 volt 3 phase from a converter. I put 2 starters to match voltage and motor size.what's the prob.

talk with an electrician but I think that if you have 3 phase motors on 480 volts you will need an inverter that will handle 480 volts
as it stands now you only have 230 volts for 3 phase and that means that there is insufficient power to run the motors
however in cases such as this , a long talk with an electrician could save lots of money

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Can i get a 200v invertor to run a 3-phase sewing machine at home

You will have to check with an electrical whole shop (business) but I doubt it as there are 3 different phases in three phase each one needing its own inverter
It would possibly be cheaper to get a single phase motor to replace the 3 phase unit or enquire from your power utility , the possibility of having 3 phase connected to the premises.

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My inverter shows E.CO. what can I do? I need help please

You have a short on the output. This can be bad motor, bad motor leads, bad contactor, and or bad inverter.

Remove U/V/W leads from inverter and measure the resistance phase to phase and phase to ground at the motor leads. This will provide you with the resistance measurement of the motor and motor cable. If a problem is found, repair or replace.

Also with motor leads removed from inverter, restart the machine. If you again get E.OC, then the problem is inside of the inverter. Repair or replace.

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E OC error in F4 KEB

Error. Over Current - Peak current exceeded

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Motor cable damaged/defective.
Motor cables too long.
Acceleration/deceleration ramps too short.
Damaged output phase of inverter.

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Lights 3, 4 and 8 come on and washer won't function

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Error messege EOC

Error. Over Current - Peak current exceeded

Possible causes:
Motor has a short - Phase to phase or phase to ground.
Motor cable damaged/defective.
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Acceleration/deceleration ramps too short.
Damaged output phase of inverter.

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How can one use a 3 phase wood lathe in a residential area where single phase power supplied. Have 50 amp breaker supply to shop. What is required to hook up 3 phase Centauro TC 1200 (Italian wood lathe)...

You need a phase converter. The link below is a a selection from Grizzly. You can also find them on e-bay. There are two types - static (no moving parts) and rotary (much more expensive). The rotary type give you full performance delivering true 3-phase power to your machine. But for a minor loss in power (maybe 20%) the static type does the job quite well - assuming you don't need all of the power that your 3-phase motor can deliver. Here's the link:
good luck. Vote if you found this helpful. Al K

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How do I wire a three phase electric motor to 110 plug

You can't run a 3-phase motor on 110V unless you use a 3-phase inverter. Depending on the size of your motor, these will probably run you around $150 for the least expensive type. Take a look at---

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No, you need a new motor or a converter, but in the case of one saw, it wouldn't be worth the conversion. Just find an old single phase motor that will fit height wise and you should be all set. The speed is the same, the direction can be switched and the HP should not matter much, 1/2 , 1, depends on what you find out there. They all should cut wood no problem. Hope this helps.

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