Phase Technologies Motor Protection filters are designed with distributed gap alloy powder
cores resulting in superior peak voltage reduction, lower core losses, higher temperature
stability, and a more compact product envelope.
Remotely monitor and control
your VFD's and other devices.
Attach mounting brackets to back of unit with supplied hardware.
Mount the unit to a solid, non-flammable surface capable of holding a minimum of 100 lbs. using the mounting brackets provided with the unit.
Ensure air intake and exhaust openings are not obstructed. If mounted in a small room or cabinet, ensure temperature will remain below 40C (104F).
Note: 18" (450mm) clearance below and 6" (150mm) around required for ventilation.
Remove the cover by gently lifting and pulling forward after removing the screws on each side and front of the unit.
Route cables through the supplied openings in the bottom of the enclosure, using appropriate conduit or strain relief devices.
Note: Continuous metal conduit should be used for all power cables to reduce radiated electromagnetic interference (EMI).
Install the 3 load side conductors into the output terminals labeled T1, T2, and T3. Connect the load side ground conductor into the grounding terminal.
Note: T3 is the manufactured leg.
T1, T2, T3 output terminals and ground terminal
Suggested Breaker Sizes
PTE007, 207, 415
Properly ground the phase converter according to local electrical code. Connect the ground lug to the branch circuit or service ground conductor.
Connect the line side input leads into the terminal labeled L1 and L2.
L1 and L2 input terminals
To add an external run/stop switch, remove the orange jumper wire and connect the switch to AUX1 and COM terminals.
Caution: No voltage may be introduced on these terminals. Dry contact only.
AUX1 and COM connected to external switch
Powering up the Phase Perfect®
Replace the cover and secure using the previously removed screws.
Turn on the line side breaker and verify screen turns on.
Note: Once the unit is fully energized the internal contactor will pull in. Once this
occurs a light sizzling noise will be emitted, and is normal.
Note: Output is in high-leg delta configuration. Leg to leg voltage will match input voltage, leg to ground will be higher on T3 than T1/T2.