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  1. #11
    They used that because it's a common size for the braking resistor.

  2. #12
    Hi!
    Did you manage to solve your issues?
    What was the outcome?

  3. #13
    Wow - this was a long time ago.

    If I remember correctly I switched out the type B RCD for a Type C to stop the issue and it hasn't tripped since.

  4. #14
    depending on the make of VFD
    you have you may find the EMI filter required to get the CE mark for sale in the EU has a removable jumper to break the filters earth connection to stop the normal (for EMI filters) leakage current from tripping the RCD

    john

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