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Old October 21st, 2007, 04:08 PM   #9
CJones
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Well, I'm no expert

But where else would you put the contactor, you mentioned never after the inverter, that leaves in front of the inverter which seems worse by far.

Even if you didn't use a contactor but had overloads shouldn't they go after the inverter?

Many times we will use a 20hp inverter and have 4 motors on a line with the one inverter powering all 4 motors. contactors after the inverter seems like the only way to go.

Clint
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