Wiring in the VFD has a few hurdles you’ll need to deal with, depending on the level of integration you want. There’s also the setting up of the VFD which may not be already done for you before shipping, I would check it anyway. If you power it up with the wrong config you can cook the VFD and / or the spindle.
I use my VFD spindle in a manual start / stop and speed setting via the knob on the front panel, that’s fine for me, lets me override the spindle speed as well as feed speed during a job if I want to and gives me some confidence the thing won’t be automatically started whilst I’m changing bits. I understand that others like a little more automation.
I also use an edge finder in the spindle so that I can zero on something other than the bottom left corner, that requires manually setting the VFD speed to about 1,200 RPM which would be tricky if Carbide Motion was controlling it via the 0-10V input.
By default the HY VFD has Start and Stop buttons which you’ll need to use, when it powers up it thinks for a bit then goes into “Stop” mode, you press “Start” and turn the knob to indicate a speed in RPM on the display. It does not auto start and run when power is applied (that would be somewhat dangerous).
It is possible to wire up your VFD to the Shapeoko controller so that the controller can automatically start and stop your VFD (once it is powered and ready) and set the spindle speed. Whether this is desirable is a question for the individual user. There’s various descriptions on this forum and Wiki for how to do that wiring but I suggest you get the basics working first.
It is common for people to encounter issues once they have a VFD installed due to the substantial electromagnetic noise generated by the VFD, particularly the HY VFD which has no input noise filter at all.
In my experience, an input noise filter and a shielded cable for power from the VFD to the spindle are basic minimum precautions, they cost very little and can save a huge amount of trouble later on.
If you have to find somewhere to wire in the noise filter, you may as well have a little junction box which the power comes into and supplies the cord to the VFD and a socket for your CW-3000.
There are lots of power tool Start / Stop / Emergency Stop switches on Amazon and eBay which are pre-wired and have sockets to plug into which would avoid some wiring, but you’d still need to find somewhere for the input power filter for the VFD. This would provide a single power on / off for the VFD and coolant pump.
If you don’t understand much about wiring then a plug-in power filter or extension cord with power filter would be an alternative input power filter.