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Allen-Bradley 1321-3R80-C

SKU: 1321-3R80-C-SOB-USA

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Product Specifications

brand name Allen-Bradley

Overview

The Allen-Bradley Rockwell Automation 1321-3R80-C is a line-load reactor designed for use in power conditioning applications. It is part of the 1321 Power Conditioning Products series, which includes DC link chokes and other power conditioning devices. The reactor is designed to reduce AC input line harmonics, help meet IEEE-519 limits, absorb voltage/current spikes, and reduce AC ripple on the DC bus.

The 1321-3R80-C has a current rating of 80 amps and an inductance rating of 0.7 mH. It is a UL-508 component recognized for its safety and performance in power conditioning applications. The reactor is suitable for use in a variety of environments, including those with high temperatures and humidity, and is designed to operate within a temperature range of -40°C to 70°C and humidity levels of 5-95% noncondensing.

The reactor is designed with solid copper box lug type terminals on most sizes, which helps to minimize noise and ensure reliable connections. It also features a specially constructed and epoxy impregnated design to reduce noise and improve overall performance.

The 1321-3R80-C is part of a series of products designed to provide power conditioning solutions for various industrial applications. It is designed to work with other components in the 1321 series to provide a comprehensive power conditioning system.

Technical Specifications

  • Current Rating: 80 amps
  • Inductance Rating: 0.7 mH
  • Operating Temperature: -40°C to 70°C
  • Storage Temperature: -40°C to 70°C
  • Humidity: 5-95% noncondensing
  • Insulation System: Class B (130°C)
  • Ripple Frequency: 300 Hz or 360 Hz
  • Ripple Current: 10% peak-to-peak
  • Touch-Safe Terminals: Available in various ratings
  • Mounting Dimensions: Varies depending on the specific product
  • Product Code: 1321-3R80-C
  • Device Code: DC Link Choke
  • Inductance Rating Code: 1 (0.7 mH)
  • Current Rating Code: 9 (80 amps)

Alarm/Error Codes

No specific alarm or error codes are mentioned in the provided documentation for this product. It is likely that any error codes would be specific to the system in which the reactor is used and would depend on the specific configuration and operating conditions.

User Manual

The user manual for the 1321-3R80-C is not provided in our research. However, it is likely that the manual would cover topics such as installation, operation, and maintenance of the reactor, as well as troubleshooting and error handling.

Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting for the 1321-3R80-C would likely involve checking the reactor's connections, ensuring that it is properly installed and configured, and monitoring its performance to identify any issues. If issues persist, it may be necessary to consult the user manual or contact the manufacturer for further assistance.

Programming

The 1321-3R80-C is a passive component and does not require programming. It is designed to operate automatically, providing power conditioning functions without the need for user input or configuration.

Installation

The installation of the 1321-3R80-C would typically involve mounting it in a suitable location, connecting it to the power supply and other components in the system, and ensuring that it is properly secured and protected from environmental factors. The specific installation procedures would depend on the system in which the reactor is used and the manufacturer's recommendations.

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