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Help Needed: Wiring Noritsu V30 Film Processor for 220V


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Hello everyone,

I'm seeking some advice regarding wiring my Noritsu V30 film processor for 220V operation. This equipment was tested and functioning correctly about 10 years ago, but I had to remove the wiring temporarily when connecting it to another film processor. Now, I want to set it up again, but I can't remember how it was originally wired.

The Noritsu V30 has the following terminals: L1, L2, L3, N, and G. To operate it at 220V, my plan is to connect the two hot wires (L1 and L2) from the 220V supply to the corresponding L1 and L2 terminals on the V30. Additionally, I believe the green wire should be connected to the G terminal for grounding.

Any suggestions or advice from those experienced with the Noritsu V30 or V50 would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you in advance for your help!

Best regards,


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Thanks! Since it was used before at California Bay Area and I tested running before, I think it was already setup and jump connection ready for 220V.

I think connecting two hot wire(red and black) to L1(L) and L2(N).

the green wire(neutral) to E ground.     not to N ?

Thank you again for your help!


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