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220 V
Powers my 5hp three phase motor in home garage. ...
Powers my 5hp three phase motor in home garage. Used u-tube and manufactures site to understand the hook up process.
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Antonio Bologna Nardi Antonio Bologna Nardi
220 V 5.5 kW
Great price, good performance
An excellent performance for a great price. It works perfectly with the mixer engine at mi paint factory
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toth welding toth welding
220 V 3 kW
Good product
This vfd is nice. Works as it should and programming is easy. The cost of a phase converter to run a 10hp motor is a whole lot more than the cost of this and it runs my iron worker with ease
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Mike McCullough Mike McCullough
220 V 7.5 kW
Adjustability
Easy installation and works well!
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Chris Chris
220 V 1.5 kW
Works great, check frequency settings
Documentation/manual is well written and clear to understand. Make sure you set the VFD to match the motor frequency, it's set for 400hz out of the box and likely will need to be changed to 60hz or you won't get any power out of your motor but it will still spin.
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nick allen nick allen
220 V 5.5 kW
Challenging to set up
I gave it a 5 star simply because it works great. It was quite difficult to get it this way. I base this on I have no experience with setting up a VFD. But it runs my 2hp Bridgeport motor perfectly. If there is one gripe I could have is I cant use the brake on the mill as it faults out the VFD. But, overall its fantastic.
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outerlimits outerlimits
220 V 1.5 kW
Seems more robust and better designed than the more popular VFD.
I am using this VFD to drive a 10HP asynchronous 3-phase AC motor for a sawmill. I'd prefer to have a 15/20HP VFD, since there is some HP loss due to derating when going from 1-phase to 3-phase, but I don't want to pay 5 times the price. This is my second cheap VFD. The first VFD is the current bestseller, and as I have learned: best seller doesn't always mean best choice. That particular VFD died spontaneously after a short usage life and a second replacement died shortly after when the magic smoke was released. It's not built terribly well.The Mophorn VFD, while around the same form factor and rating, seems to be built a little better. Inside there is more space on the power control board and beefier looking traces and components. There's more space on the terminal block for wiring input/output power. There are more huge capacitors and the cooling fan spins like it's life depends upon it. Also, there is a bank of 3 glass fuses, which I assume are suppose to sacrifice their life, instead of the VFD having to. This one point alone puts this VFD ahead of the other. It includes some replacement fuses taped inside the front cover, so it seems they expect them to blow.This VFD also seems to put more power out. I have yet to quantify the output with an amp meter, but just from my short use, it powers the motor with more torque and allows my mill to operate without bogging down as much during wide log cutting. It also accellerates the motor up to speed more smoothly and with less of the usual high-pitch whine that VFD can induce in AC motor. (FYI: The carrier frequency causes the whine, and with this VFD it doesn't appear to be adjustable).There are a few downsides to this. version. There is no potentiometer on the display. But you can configure the arrow buttons to control the frequency/speed and/or wire a potentiometer into the auxillary block. This VFD has far less options to configure, maybe 20 or 25 total setting, and there are only 1 or 2 that need to be set in order to get the motor to run. Also, this display only appears to show the frequency and you can't select to view voltage, amps, RPM's, etc. The manual that comes with this one is only about 20 or 30 pages and is pretty spartan, whereas the other VFD's manual is like a college text book and similarly requires a degree in electrical engineering to configure.So in summary, if you need a good, simple, easy to configure, fused VFD the Morphorn may be worth looking at. I've only used it for a few hours, so if I have any issues I will update this review.
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Leroy Carter Leroy Carter
220 V
runs great
runs the equipment just fine
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Marisa Marisa
220 V 3 kW
Programming instructions are the best I_e seen however they still aren_ up to par
Works great good and quiet running a 16 jointer 3 phase 5hp from 1965 little Issue with programming via instructions and no tech support however once you figure it out it_ nice
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Tad G. Tad G.
220 V 3 kW
If you have trouble do the video troubleshooting and they will fix the problem!
It didn't last a month, but I did video troubleshooting, and they quickly resolve my problem, and I was back up and running in a couple of weeks.
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