I am hoping someone can give me input on sizing the proper braking resistor for my Tverter N2-202-M.
I have extensively searched but I have not been able to find a definite answer, though I think I need a
150w 100-Ohm resistor for my application.
My setup is an 11" Logan Model 1922 lathe with a 2hp 3phase Dayton motor. The VFD works great and the VFDs internal brake will work for me at lower rpms but it goes into OV (over voltage) fault when turning anything with any kind of rotating mass and speed. At 60Hz (1200rpm)with nothing in my 3 jaw chuck I can set the unit to brake in 5 seconds, but I get OV if I do the same with my 4 jaw. It appears from my reading that a braking resistor would solve that issue.
An online manual is easy to find but I can't seem to link to it from here.
Please let me know if there is any further information I can provide and thanks to all who take the time to read and/or respond.