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    Default 1998 Mits FX10K start up with rotary phase converter

    I bought a 1998 Mits FX10K from a company. I watched it run at the company. I have it all hooked up- thanks to another member!!!! and I need to run it off a phase converter. I have the converter- 10hp rotary,and the machine ready to wire. I have a concern about the legs of voltage. 2 are 110 and the manufactured leg is higher do I need to get something to equal out these legs before I power up? Some help on the way the wires need to connect to the machine would be a plus, which leg where.

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    Default Re: 1998 Mits FX10K start up with rotary phase converter

    You just have to make sure that the two 110v legs are the ones that engage the solenoids. They are usually #1 and #3, but check. The important measurement after that is the voltage between legs, not legs to ground. The manufactured or wild leg will always be higher.


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    Default Re: 1998 Mits FX10K start up with rotary phase converter

    Jg-gonzo
    Was the 10HP RPC adequate for your Mits FX10? Does it power your chiller through the FX10 wiring or is chiller on a separate circuit?
    What make & model of RPC did you use?
    Many thanks!
    Keith



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