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So I have recently bought a new machine for the shop that runs on 3 phase so I bought a 11kw ac drive to power it from my single phase 200 amp service.
I think I should get and EMC filter for the input side would a 55 amp filter be enough?
And do I need an AC reactor, or even one on the input and output side.
I have never hooked one of these up before so any help would be appreciated.

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So I have recently bought a new machine for the shop that runs on 3 phase so I bought a 11kw ac drive to power it from my single phase 200 amp service.
I think I should get and EMC filter for the input side would a 55 amp filter be enough?
And do I need an AC reactor, or even one on the input and output side.
I have never hooked one of these up before so any help would be appreciated.

darren.
what machine is it? this will really help in answering the last part of the question.

what is a 55 amp filter ?

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The machine is a qtj4-40 block machine. It has three motors totaling about9.6 kw in 3 phase..I have a 11kw digital phase converter..im just wondering if I need anything else before I flip the switch?
 

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