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    Lightbulb Chinese VFD Question?

    Name is: "BEST" Model FC300-4.0G-S2-B4C
    4.0KW 220V
    I need help with setting the Parameters on this drive to get Spindle to working,
    My New CNC Build,
    Surely someone else has ran into one of these rascals, LOL
    Thanks fellers,,
    cubs

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    Default Re: Chinese VFD Question?

    Quote Originally Posted by cubby View Post
    Name is: "BEST" Model FC300-4.0G-S2-B4C
    4.0KW 220V
    I need help with setting the Parameters on this drive to get Spindle to working,
    My New CNC Build,
    Surely someone else has ran into one of these rascals, LOL
    Thanks fellers,,
    cubs
    What spindle spec's do you have I have that manual they are quite easy to set

    Mactec54


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    Thank You so much Mac, I've fooled with this thing all day,, All I got it to do was Jog the Spindle, This is on the Motor Plate.
    Model- GDZ105X102-3.5
    Volts- 220v
    HZ- 300
    RPM- 18,000
    KW- 3.5kw
    Amp- 15 amp
    Is.F - Poll 2



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    Default Re: Chinese VFD Question?

    Quote Originally Posted by cubby View Post
    Thank You so much Mac, I've fooled with this thing all day,, All I got it to do was Jog the Spindle, This is on the Motor Plate.
    Model- GDZ105X102-3.5
    Volts- 220v
    HZ- 300
    RPM- 18,000
    KW- 3.5kw
    Amp- 15 amp
    Is.F - Poll 2
    You should not be doing any jogging with a spindle like this, they are so easy to fry if you have the Parameters set incorrect so don't run it until I have time to spend on getting the parameters set for it, so no jogging

    Mactec54


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