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  1. I'm trying to replace a faulty safety switch on a John Deere GX345. I'm having a hard time finding a genuine new replacement. I've seen an industrial switch from GE being used at work to secure ambulance doors https://www.valinonline.com/products/111-y . I was wondering if I can interchange a switch like this to replace the safety switch on my GX345.
  2. I have a machine that I built for the US. It has a couple of Lenze G500-H helical gearmotors and AC Tech SMV VFD 240V three phase. I have to build another machine for China. I want to keep all of the same components, and build it for the 240 Volt three phase. But it won't work over there. I will need to get them to get a 3 phase 380V to 240 V Buck Boost transformer. Any suggestions on where to get one? Also, they use 50hz, not 60hz. Could transformer heating be an issue? Thank you in advance for any guidance.
  3. I am trying to find a low cost alternative to KB AC drives that would work for me. The best thing that I like about the KB's is the knob for speed adjustment. It seems the others I have found are all push button. I would love to hear what everyone is using. I was looking at AC Tech but their tech support told me that AC Tech is discontinuing AC Tech product line and moving to Lenze brand name. http://www.actechdrives.com/Lenze-i500-Drives.htm
  4. Yaskawa VS Mini series has been obsolete for several years now. That's probably why you are not finding much info online. The following page has the manual & some details listed. http://www.clrwtr.com/Yaskawa-VS-mini-Drives.htm
  5. Lenze doesn't make DC drives anymore. They only manufacture AC Controls now.
  6. Take a look at the following page. It has Lenze 9300 series listed. http://www.ctiautomation.net/Lenze-Frequency-Inverters.htm
  7. Visit My Website These inclinometers are actually built by Kuebler Germany. They private label the angular tilt sensors for TURCK in the US.
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