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Re: [TCML] Frequency inverter questions
My 3-ph inverter is kept inside my control cabinet which is like 18g
steel and grounded. The cable from inverter to motor is shielded. I have
never experienced a problem with the coil causing inverter problems with
this setup. It's probably a good idea to cage the inverter and try to
prevent near field issues at the least. Maybe not absolutely necessary,
but I haven't tried it without shielding.
I have aquired a couple of frequency inverters to drive the motors of
my rotary spark gaps. Is
there any special arrangement I have to keep in mind when using them
so I don't destroy the
inverters? Any other hints, tips and tricks are greatly appreciated .
I'm thinking mainly of the generated EM-fields from the coils.
Thought I ask before I put them into use as they aren't exactly cheap.
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