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#1 posted 05-14-2017 01:02 AM

To be specific, I want to use the switch on the saw to control the VFD through some of the low voltage terminals. This is possible right? I would love to hit the off switch on my saw and have the VFD start to slow the motor. By no means am I suggesting running the power through the switch, but rather to communicate to the VFD with the switch when to turn on and off. Make sense?
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Absolutely… they are designed to be used with three-wire control… and the L510 is even easier than it’s cheaper FM50 cousin.

As for mounting on the saw… that’s what I did on my Uni by incorporating it into the motor cover, and using the existing start/stop control station to control it:

3-wire control wiring is discussed in the manual, starting around page 4-34.


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