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    Huanyang vdf wired to C4N controller

    I’m a proud owner of the Cnc4newbie hsnc4848rp
    and I was needing some assistance, first off I’m almost done with my assembly and I am in the process of wiring. I have a huanyang VDF and spindle. I’ll suppy pictures. I was wondering how to wire the vfd to the controller. Also if you have any program info for the vfd that is compatible with uccnc.


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    Re: Huanyang vdf wired to C4N controller

    Quote Originally Posted by joelbonato View Post
    I’m a proud owner of the Cnc4newbie hsnc4848rp
    and I was needing some assistance, first off I’m almost done with my assembly and I am in the process of wiring. I have a huanyang VDF and spindle. I’ll suppy pictures. I was wondering how to wire the vfd to the controller. Also if you have any program info for the vfd that is compatible with uccnc.


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    It is quite straight forward you need a PWM to Analog 0-10v to control the spindle speed and a Relay to Turn it 0n /0ff, so check to see what you Hardware has

    The main Power wiring to the VFD Drive will connect to R / T Terminals Plus Ground/ Earth to the PE Terminal

    What are is the spindle motor specs???
    Mactec54

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