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Allen-Bradley 1426-M6E-DNT


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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 Rockwell Automation 1426-M6E-DNT is a PowerMonitor 5000 product designed for power quality monitoring. It is a part of the Allen-Bradley family of products, which is now a part of Rockwell Automation. This device is used to monitor and analyze electrical power quality, providing real-time data on voltage, current, and power factors to help maintain efficient and reliable power systems.

Technical Specifications

The technical specifications of the 1426-M6E-DNT include:

  • USB standard A receptacle (not used in this model)
  • Power status indicators: OFF (no control power) and GREEN (control power is present)
  • Current sensing capabilities
  • Real-time data on voltage, current, and power factors
  • Designed for power quality monitoring

Alarm/Error Codes

The specific alarm and error codes for the 1426-M6E-DNT are not provided in our research. However, it is common for devices like this to have a set of standard error codes that can be checked against in troubleshooting situations.

User Manuals

The user manuals for the 1426-M6E-DNT are not readily available online. It is recommended to contact Rockwell Automation or an authorized distributor for access to the manual or any other documentation related to the product.


Troubleshooting procedures for the 1426-M6E-DNT are not detailed in our research. However, troubleshooting typically involves checking for power supply issues, ensuring proper connections, and verifying that the device is functioning correctly within its specifications.


The programming details for the 1426-M6E-DNT are not provided in our research. It is likely that this device requires some level of programming to configure its settings and monitor power quality. However, the specifics of this process are not available online.


The installation details for the 1426-M6E-DNT are not detailed in our research. However, installation typically involves mounting the device in a suitable location, connecting it to power and any necessary sensors or interfaces, and configuring it according to the user manual or manufacturer's instructions.

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