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Real power consumption of Heller 1707

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#65585

Real power consumption of Heller 1707 | 5 December, 2011

Hi,

If somebody knows Real power consumtion of Heller 1707 with bottom heating, no active cooling ? I plan buy it. Thanks in advance.

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#65587

Real power consumption of Heller 1707 | 6 December, 2011

Per specifications sheet for our Heller 1707 EXL:

Typical run current is 30-35 Amps @ 208V, 3 phase.

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#65588

Real power consumption of Heller 1707 | 6 December, 2011

Thanks, is it continuos connsumption or during start up ?

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#65611

Real power consumption of Heller 1707 | 8 December, 2011

Since it is listed as "Typical Run Current", my assumption is that is the current after it has heated up and stabilized at your profile settings, i.e. not start up. The recommended breaker size is 100 Amps. That would imply it can draw more than the 30-35 amps at start up.

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#65620

Real power consumption of Heller 1707 | 9 December, 2011

I have Oven Heller 1912EXL. I bought it is used machine ago 6 month Do anybody have experience about it? - How many speed Rail? - How many Zone need set, (10 zone or 11 or 12 zone need set?) - How is 3 cooling zone? need set or no?. ...

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#65671

Real power consumption of Heller 1707 | 17 December, 2011

Startup current depends on your configuration. ours dose zones 1,2/ 3,4/ 5/ 6,7 last i checked it pulled about 40-55 ish on start up and 25-35 during run. our profile is a slow ramp till 170c then a fast ramp to 285c 280c(last 2 zones).

1707's can build up flux ash in certain zones. mostly the exhaust blower for the cool zone. Also the cool zone may not get boards as cold as you want, they come out unassisted at about 50% of your peek temp, to fix this we added a 10 inch fan to the end of the oven aiming down, this brought the temps to, ok to handle quickly.

The only maintenance issue we have had is the stock black metal fan motors burn up on the top side. Heller offers lifetime warranty on these blower units.

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#65672

Real power consumption of Heller 1707 | 17 December, 2011

Thanks eadthem.

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