Thread: Wiring Huanyang HY02D223B
2 Weeks Ago #1
Hi, I've recently bought Huanyang HY02D223B and I'm stuck with wiring.
I've read 67 pages manual and could not find single sentence where I should conect L (live ) N ( neutral) and earth.
On manual say it is single phase 230v wired or 3 phase 380v wired.
If my house have 380 V supply I have no problem with wiring.
But my house is single phase 230v.
All I need is someone to tell me where to connect
L as ( live)
N as ( neutral)
Many thanks. Stan
2 Weeks Ago #2
On page 10 of the manual, the connections R,S,T are for three phase, but you just use any two of them to connect Live and Neutral of single phase. Earth in both cases goes to the E terminal.
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2 Weeks Ago #3
Thanks for replying,
yes you are correct what comes to maual and wiring, all is there.
But real life is different.
L goes to R or S or T
Earth goes to E(9)
I can't connect N to R or S or T
R,S,T is phase not Neutral
It tripped my Fuse straight, I've tried, twice.
Thanks for replying. Stan
Cropwell is quite right - you connect live to one of the RST terminals and neutral to one of the other two. It doesn't matter which. My HY inverter has been working beautifully for a few years like this, just like many others. If your MCB or RCD is tripping, there must be a fault elsewhere - can you describe a bit more what the inverter is plugged in to?
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2 Weeks Ago #5
This might have been the post http://www.mycncuk.com/threads/6593-...ghlight=filter #6
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2 Weeks Ago #6
Are you connecting to a dedicated MCB ? I know when I first started using (any) inverters in my garage they would "always" trip the main house supply. I got my sparky mate round and he said "yeah, it will always pop the fuse unless you fit a (can't remember what he said) ???? Anyway, he done his thing and fitted a dedicated socket in the garage which I now run all my VFD's from, problem solved. Just to add, if I plug a VFD into any of the other normal sockets, they instantly trip the main supply in the house.
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2 Weeks Ago #7
Hi, thanks to all who replied.
It's all over now.
I've waisted £299.
My VFD is burned out.
Unfortunatelly I wan't so lucky as many of you with my VDF Huanyang.
It's all about wiring.
RST is life only, you can't conect N neutral to it, it will burn as mine.
Thank you all for your support, I appreciate it.
2 Weeks Ago #8
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2 Weeks Ago #9
The seller send it the VDF for Europe wiring.
I live in uk, we have 240 volt 50/60 Hz.
Also I've contacted ebay seller, he send me the same youtube wideo as everybody saying here, including you (A_Camera) that I should conect L wire to R and N neutral to any S or T and earth to E.
Which I did, and what has happend, no idea.
All my wiring at home is correct.
I have fuse board, one fuse 32 A type2 M6 is going to my garage, wire is 2,5mm, strong enought . Also on fuse board is 80A RCD.
Maybe the RCD 's is problem?
Last edited by Stan; 2 Weeks Ago at 06:32 PM.
2 Weeks Ago #10
I've found the problem. I hope.
You all above was wright.
My VFD Huanyang has imput connection -R S T .
That means L goes to R and N to one of those S or T.
The problem I foung is that my RCD is not strong enought tho hold the leakage that VFD make when is powered on.
Now the option is to upgrade my RCD to higher - ( which is very expensive) or disconect it , but only for my VFD.
Any suggestion? What should I do?
Shoul I try to connect it one more time but without the RCD?
Many thx. Stan
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