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Carl Rehfuss INVERTER Instructions

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peak403/03/2017 19:59:26
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Hello, just picked up an inverter off ebay and wonder if anyone out there has a set of instructions available as a pdf please?

The item in question is;

Carl Rehfuss Single - 3 Phase Inverter FR230-E75 0.75KW

No appropriate downloads available on their web site, though I have dropped them an email asking for info; unfortunately from past experience, I'm not holding my breath, though this company may well be more helpful than some others.

Many Thanks


Steven Vine03/03/2017 20:47:03
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Hi Bill

A shot in the dark this. I found a picture of the FR here **LINK**

The one on the left looks a lot like a TVERTER-E2-202-H1F that I have. I have a manual for this. 

Maybe they are putting their badge on a generic inverter?


Edited By Steven Vine on 03/03/2017 20:53:43

John Rudd03/03/2017 21:01:02
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The inverters are made by Teco. 

The manuals are available from the Teco Westinghouse website.

Edited By John Rudd on 03/03/2017 21:04:40

peak403/03/2017 21:07:28
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Thankyou Gentlemen,

I'll head over to Teco for a shufty.

If that fails, I'll likely be in touch Steven

Cheers folks

John Rudd03/03/2017 21:21:23
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I can email you a copy of the manual.....

Send your email address via private message if you want a copy.

Or go here:

Edited By John Rudd on 03/03/2017 21:24:25

peak403/03/2017 21:34:24
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Posted by John Rudd on 03/03/2017 21:21:23:

I can email you a copy of the manual.....

Send your email address via private message if you want a copy.

Or go here:

Edited By John Rudd on 03/03/2017 21:24:25

Thanks John, I was just reading/downloading it as I got the notification for your post.

Just need to get my head round the programming of the various inverters.

They're all over in Buxton at the moment; I already have one powering my Centec 2B, but never did get the external variable speed pot to work; now it's in the new workshop, I have more space and light, and a manual.

Next one is a different make, and will go with a new motor I've just bought, to go on the Dore - Westbury, and finally this Teco/Rehfuss one to go on my original Myford when I move it over to Buxton from Sheffield.

The original plan was to sell the Myford from Sheffield and keep a Warco720 Myford S7 in Buxton, but it looks like I need a lathe over there to re-engineer some of it's design "features"


Thanks for the help


Edited By peak4 on 03/03/2017 21:53:50

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