Hey guys -- first time poster. I just bought my HDZ and will be hooking up a chinese 2.2kw 220v water cooled spindle. The VFD/Spindle kit I bought included a water pump that also runs off 220v. Problem is I only have 1 outlet for the VFD/Spindle. I've been looking around at alternative water pumps and have seen some options, but I was reading over Mr Beaver's Instructables post about his original upgrade to a 2.2kw spindle (Can be seen here: https://community.carbide3d.com/t/instructions-for-fitting-a-2-2kw-or-other-power-spindle-and-vfd/6848) and in it he says: " I got a little bit clever here, figuring every time I turn my VFD on I’m likely to want to power on the water pump and begin circulating the water system. To do this, I wired my pump to the VFD power input – if you turn on the VFD the pump comes on – it removes a switch and I can’t think of an instance where this would not be a suitable option." Does this mean you're able to run both the pump and the VFD/Spindle off a single outlet or am I missing something? On an unrelated note, I understand I'll need a 16/4 shielded VFD wire (I ordered this https://www.ebay.com/itm/CNC-VFD-Cable-10ft-16-4-Double-Shielded-For-Spindle-800Kw-1-5Kw-2-2Kw-4Kw-4-5Kw/142538105021?hash=item212feee0bd:g:QlkAAOSwFFZbJ8Gz ) to connect the spindle to the VFD, but I see a lot of conflicting information about what I need to connect the VFD to the outlet. This post from CNCZone has my confused: https://www.cnczone.com/forums/spindles-vfd/326310-posts.html Seems like most people agree you only use 3 wires -- 2 live wires and a ground (Connected to R, T, and E on the terminal of the VFD), but I see some people arguing about this neutral wire. I'm thinking it's just some terminology confusion or something, but if anyone can shed some light I'd be thankful.