Control box circuit diagram for 230v minijet or monojet or ritmo?

Kv74

New Member
My english isnt so good,but i hope that we will understand each other.i need circuit diagram for 230v older minijet,monojet or ritmo?
 

MakeItSmooth

Well-Known Member
Could be a totally legit request, but I can't help at least wondering if people might be trying to make knock-offs of some machines.

Just 2.5 weeks ago there was an extremely similar request:

Hello colleagues. I have a service for the repair of plastering machines. The first time I have m-tec m100 under repair. And no one in our big country has an electrical circuit for this machine. Maybe this forum will help? P.s I apologize for my English)))

I do get that some of these machines may be migrating to other countries, on the secondhand market, totally legitimately, but you can't blame me for the possibility crossing my mind.
 

Pagel

New Member
Could be a totally legit request, but I can't help at least wondering if people might be trying to make knock-offs of some machines.

Just 2.5 weeks ago there was an extremely similar request:



I do get that some of these machines may be migrating to other countries, on the secondhand market, totally legitimately, but you can't blame me for the possibility crossing my mind.
Hi
Minijet, monojet and ritmo - These are three different devices, moreover - ritmo - there are three different modifications - M, L, XL. What kind of scheme is needed?


Plastering machines are produced in Russia - different (220 and 380), different prices and different quality, and I, as a service master, cannot understand why our Russian manufacturers cannot copy these schemes? Moreover, the "principles" of electrical circuits are not objects of patent or copyright.

And yet, I absolutely do not understand why "reputable" manufacturers like Pft, m-tec, putzmeister, kaleta, maltech develop unique circuits for identical machines. It feels like they're competing to make the most f**k**g scheme possible.
 

Pagel

New Member
So, my 'wondering' about motives was (to some extent) justified, then.
Not entirely justified, if only partially. How do you imagine? The equipment comes to the service for maintenance and repair. If I don't have any schemes, do I have to issue "standard hours" to the client for payment - something like that? If I have a scheme, equipment repair will be cheaper for the client.
 

Kv74

New Member
Hi
Minijet, monojet and ritmo - These are three different devices, moreover - ritmo - there are three different modifications - M, L, XL. What kind of scheme is needed?


Plastering machines are produced in Russia - different (220 and 380), different prices and different quality, and I, as a service master, cannot understand why our Russian manufacturers cannot copy these schemes? Moreover, the "principles" of electrical circuits are not objects of patent or copyright.

And yet, I absolutely do not understand why "reputable" manufacturers like Pft, m-tec, putzmeister, kaleta, maltech develop unique circuits for identical machines. It feels like they're competing to make the most f**k**g scheme possible.
I need wiring diagram for monojet 220v without frequency regulator
 
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Kv74

New Member
Hi
Minijet, monojet and ritmo - These are three different devices, moreover - ritmo - there are three different modifications - M, L, XL. What kind of scheme is needed?


Plastering machines are produced in Russia - different (220 and 380), different prices and different quality, and I, as a service master, cannot understand why our Russian manufacturers cannot copy these schemes? Moreover, the "principles" of electrical circuits are not objects of patent or copyright.

And yet, I absolutely do not understand why "reputable" manufacturers like Pft, m-tec, putzmeister, kaleta, maltech develop unique circuits for identical machines. It feels like they're competing to make the most f**k**g scheme possible.
Hi,i need scheme for 220v machine,never mind for producer,I can modificate that,if posible,without frekvent regulator...
 

Pagel

New Member
Hi,i need scheme for 220v machine,never mind for producer,I can modificate that,if posible,without frekvent regulator...
In my experience, the maximum power of an electric motor operating from 220 volts without using a frequency converter is 2.2 kW.
On such electric motors (2.2 kW) - pumps of type b4-1.5 or b4-2 can be used.
As far as I know, the flanges of the monojet are sharpened for the type of pump D.
If the task is to turn pumps of type D(slim) or D5-2.5. (Monophase) under load, you can use either the pft XL or m-tec monomix scheme.
It is necessary to select the frequency of the desired power by amperes.
Write your email, I will send you the diagrams.
 
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