The VFD I will be using for this saw is the Teco JNEV-203-H1. As a first test I wanted to test everything on the bench. I have temporarily setup a 30A breaker and wired the 2 hots to the VFD terminals L1 and L3, the common ground to the VFD terminal PE and capped off the neutral lead.
From the VFD terminals T1, T2 and T3 I ran wire to the motor leads 9 wire setup. The only functions I have set are the frequency (60 Hz), accel time and decel time (both 10s).
I’m a little surprised at how quiet the motor is. Most of the noise in the video is from the VFD fan. My next step is to add my remote controls as I don’t plan on using the keypad to control things. Once that is done the motor goes back in the cabinet with new belts and I’ll try to decide where I want to place the saw in the workshop. I’m debating using an existing 50A breaker in my main panel to feed a sub-panel that will supply power to the saw and a couple of other tools. But that will have to wait, I’ve basketball to watch!
-- Sweeping up sawdust in Texas