Tuesday, 15 May 2018

Test the EMI filter on a treadmill

The EMI filter protects other users connected to the home network from interference. A malfunctioning filter may cause interference and damage to other electric equipment connected or may block the current supply to the motor control board.
Test
Set up the multimeter on the OHM measurement
Test 1: from point A to point B, normal reading 0.4 Ohm (there must be continuity)

 
Test 2: from point C to point B, normal reading 0.4 Ohm (there must be continuity)

 
Test 3: from point A to point E, normal reading 1 or OL (there should be no continuity, if there was, it would indicate a short circuit)

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2 comments:

  1. Hi I have an issue where my treadmill belt speeds up and slows down , I also get 127v to Earth from any part of the treadmill .
    Both the motor board and motor have been changed and worked fine for several weeks

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