Question about Delta X5 3Hp Left Titl Unisaw with Unifence
What is the rating of the starter overloads. A more basic question, are they adjustable or the heater type? It sounds like the starter overloads are taking you out. Check the full load amps of the motor you are using against the overload rating. Add 10% to this and set overloads at ths setpoint if adjustable. If heater equipped buy new heaters rated for motor load. Make sure to use the 1 phase rating and not the 3 phase. That is if you are using a 3 phase starter.
Posted on Apr 04, 2010
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