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    So I decided to upgrade and bought an invisible sun ISH150 Pro. Impressed by the look and feel of the boards so far. There is no instructions however that I can find anywhere but have wired up everything I could until I came to the 3-pin connector on the UK plug socket? It doesn't connect to anything so I was wondering what the purpose of it was? I'm assuming I just splice / cut the 3 way connection off so I can get the wires and terminal them into the mini black plug? Wondering if anyone has put these together before?
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    Yeah just cut it off and use the three pole connector to join it all together.


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    I'm confused mate lol.

    Which end of the driver are you trying to wire up? The mains on the left or power to the boards on the right?

    If it's the mains on the left, just put a plug on it.

    If it's the power to the boards side use the flex wire that came with it.



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    I've got the output (right side) connected with the flex wire and those little wago connectors, and the left side (input) is currently wired into the waterproof connector at one side. Just wanted to be 100% sure I could cut the main cable connector off to get the 3 wires to wire into the other end and I wasn't missing something obvious (which is a strong possibility lol) or if there was something from the kit missing

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    Quote Originally Posted by e11 View Post
    I've got the output (right side) connected with the flex wire and those little wago connectors, and the left side (input) is currently wired into the waterproof connector at one side. Just wanted to be 100% sure I could cut the main cable connector off to get the 3 wires to wire into the other end and I wasn't missing something obvious (which is a strong possibility lol) or if there was something from the kit missing
    Got ya, follow BGs advice above then mate

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    Thanks for the help guys. All up and running. Surprised by the heat. I have the extraction and inlet fans coming on every 2 hours for 15 minute intervals. Was surprised by the heat but looks good so far

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