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  1. #11
    cheers does it matter if its not a Leadshine?

  2. #12
    No, it was just a diagram I knew about, it's the motor drawing that matters.
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  4. #13
    OK guys another one im needing help with... i have another SY60STH86/3008BF - however the wire colours are different but on zapps website datasheet

    The wires on my motor are as follows

    red
    blue
    black
    green
    blue/white
    black/white
    red/white
    green/white

    sure this is just done to confuse the hell out of me haha

  5. #14
    OK so maybe not so bad as i thought.. only the Blue & Blue/White is different. will call this the "Yellow" wire :)

    So is this correct:

    A+ yellow/white & yellow (but its blue!)
    A- Red/White & Red
    B+ Green/White & Green
    B- Black/White & Black
    Last edited by D-man; 23-10-2014 at 10:54 AM.

  6. #15
    Using the standard diagram;

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    For any colour scheme with parallel connections use this; (I've just used -A etc. to represent A with a bar on top (not A))

    A+ (A to -C )
    A- (-A to C )
    B+ (B to -D)
    B- (-B to D)
    Last edited by EddyCurrent; 23-10-2014 at 11:12 AM.
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  8. #16
    Nice one buddy thanks

  9. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by EddyCurrent View Post
    Using the standard diagram;



    For any colour scheme with parallel connections use this; (I've just used -A etc. to represent A with a bar on top (not A))

    A+ (A to -C )
    A- (-A to C )
    B+ (B to -D)
    B- (-B to D)

    Im really struggling to get this around my head, i think i have read it so many times i have confused myself (i need to swap from series to parallel as i didn't realise first time round)

    which pairs do i join to each other and which pairs to i wire to the terminals?

    many thanks

  10. #18
    Using the diagram above

    Parallel

    A+ (Yellow/White to Red)
    A- (Yellow to Red/White)
    B+ (Green/White to Black)
    B- (Green to Black/White)

    Series

    A+ (Yellow/White)
    A- (Red/White)
    B+ (Green/White)
    B- (Black/White)

    (Yellow to Red) not connected to any terminal, just connect together and insulate.
    (Green to Black)not connected to any terminal, just connect together and insulate.
    Last edited by EddyCurrent; 24-10-2014 at 12:45 PM.
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  11. #19
    Ok so when in parallel you pair the 8 wires (4pairs)accordingly and then they would go strait to the terminals on the driver were as in series you just have 4 of them paired (2pairs) and the other 4 go to the driver?
    Many thanks

  12. #20
    Yes that's right
    Last edited by EddyCurrent; 24-10-2014 at 02:08 PM.
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