Only if they're switchable. If they're all connected together they are effectively one large capacitor. It doesn't matter if you have one large or...
In which case a larger value of inductor might be of benefit.
If you use gasless wire you need to change the polarity.
It would seem that they're in the side cover and swap the leads after the inductor, so there wouldn't be any polarity issues with the capacitor.
The problem is there's nothing to limit the surge cuurent, so you've the potential to blow holes in thinner gauge metal.
You may find that you'll need to add an inductor in series with one of the leads to limit current surge.
It is. They're looking for an Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm. I had a test a few years back, the doctor also gave my prostate the quick once over and...
They're fantastic. Had one for 5 years now. I've got the advantage, being in London, that I get free travel on all TFL transport and most mainline...
Possibly true. You could try a refund from Paypal though.
I'm the same. I especially hate the '"We hear you've had an accident" call. They always get a very short reply before I block the number :mad:
It's not unknown for part numbers to change. If it's physically and electrically the same then use it. I would.
No, ignore any mail. As soon as you respond they know they've an active mail address and will keep plugging away at you.
They must be getting desperate, I had 16 mails in a block come through just now :mad:
What's written on it?
You can do a quick test that will prove whether or not it's open or short circuit. Using the high resistance range you should see the meter...
Interlocks will completely disable the motor. No running at all.
That is the beast.
:o:o That looks live to me.Could be the source of your problem.
It does sound like a contactor not latching. Any interlocks should completely disable it so that it won't start.
Well spotted. Give the man a beer :thumbup:
Separate names with a comma.