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Allen-Bradley 1420-V1P-ENT

SKU: 1420-V1P-ENT-SOB-USA

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Product Specifications

brand name Allen-Bradley

The Rockwell Automation 1420-V1P-485, also known as the Allen-Bradley 1420-V1P-ENT, is a PowerMonitor 500 device designed for energy monitoring and management. It is a compact, panel-mounted device that provides real-time data on energy consumption, demand, power factor, and power quality. The device features an on-device LCD display for local monitoring and includes multiple communication protocols for remote monitoring and data recording.

Technical Specifications

  • Voltage: 120/208V LL (by direct connection or VT/PT)
  • Input Impedance: 5(6)A, < 0.2VA
  • Current Overloads: 6 A, at 50/60 Hz, Continuous
  • Communication Protocols: Modbus RTU and EtherNet/IP
  • Digital Relay Outputs: 2 (optional)
  • Analog Outputs: 2 (4-20mA) for variable speed process control (optional)
  • Alarms: 4 configurable
  • Energy Accuracy: Class 1, 1% and Class 0.2, 0.2%

Alarm/Error Codes

The device does not provide specific alarm or error codes. However, it does include 4 configurable alarms that can be set based on various parameters such as energy consumption, demand, power factor, and power quality.

User Manual

The user manual for the Rockwell Automation 1420-V1P-485 is available in the form of a product profile, which includes detailed information on the device's features, technical specifications, and installation guidelines. The manual is accessible through the Rockwell Automation website under the "Literature" section.

Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting for the PowerMonitor 500 is primarily done through the device's on-device LCD display, which provides real-time data on energy consumption and other parameters. Additionally, the device's communication protocols allow for remote monitoring and data recording, which can aid in identifying and resolving issues. The user manual provides detailed information on troubleshooting and error handling.

Programming

The PowerMonitor 500 does not require programming in the classical sense. However, it does offer various communication protocols and outputs that can be configured to suit specific applications. The user manual provides information on configuring the device's outputs and communication protocols.

Installation

The PowerMonitor 500 is designed for panel mounting and is typically installed in a controlled environment. The user manual provides detailed information on installation guidelines, including electrical connections and mounting requirements.

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