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Allen-Bradley 1326AS-B460F-21

SKU: 1326AS-B460F-21-SOB-USA

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Warranty Information

All products (new, surplus, and refurbished) are covered by Chief Automation's 1 Year Warranty. The Manufacturer's Warranty does NOT apply.

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Product Specifications

brand name Allen-Bradley
The Allen-Bradley 1326AS-B460F-21 is a servo motor designed for high-performance applications. It operates at a voltage of 460V AC and has a frame diameter of 100 mm. This motor is part of the 1326AS series, which is known for its high torque-to-inertia ratio and magnetic construction using rare earth materials, such as Neodymium Iron Boron. These materials provide excellent continuous and peak torques, low inertia for acceleration rates, and high torque values throughout a wide speed range.

Technical Specifications

  • Voltage: 460V AC
  • Frame Diameter: 100 mm

Alarm/Error Codes

No specific information on alarm or error codes for this motor was found in our research.

User Manuals

No user manuals were found in our research. It is recommended to consult the manufacturer's documentation or contact Allen-Bradley directly for detailed user instructions.


Troubleshooting for this motor would typically involve checking the motor's electrical connections, ensuring proper mounting and alignment, and monitoring for signs of overheating or mechanical failure. If issues persist, it is recommended to consult Allen-Bradley's technical support resources or contact a qualified technician.


No specific information on programming for this motor was found in our research. Programming for servo motors typically involves configuring the motor's control parameters, such as speed and torque limits, acceleration rates, and feedback settings. This would typically be done using specialized software provided by the manufacturer or a third-party programming tool.


Installation of this motor would typically involve mounting it securely to a suitable base, connecting it to a power source and control system, and configuring the motor's settings according to the specific application requirements. It is recommended to consult Allen-Bradley's installation guidelines and technical support resources for detailed instructions.

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