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Allen-Bradley 150-A97NBDA


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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 150-A97NBDA is a Solid-State Motor Controller, part of the SMC-2 series, designed for general-purpose applications. It is a programmable motor controller that operates within a voltage range of 200-480 volts, 3-phase, 50 and 60 Hz, and supports up to 75 horsepower at 480 volts. The controller is designed with an open enclosure type and has a protective module interface. It features a controller rating of 97 amps and includes the option for soft stop functions.

The technical specifications of the 150-A97NBDA include input power, software series, enclosure type, protective module interface, and options functions. It is designed to provide microcomputer-controlled motor control and is part of the SMC PLUS series of smart motor controllers.

For detailed product specifications, users are directed to the product catalog. The controller's documentation includes a user manual (150-UM007) and technical data (150-TD008), which can be accessed through the Literature Library results on the Rockwell Automation website.

Troubleshooting and programming details are not explicitly mentioned in our research. Installation procedures are not detailed in the provided documentation, but general guidelines for installing Allen-Bradley motor controllers can be found through the manufacturer's resources or through industry-specific guides. Alarm and error codes are not specified in our research, but these details are typically included in the user manual or technical documentation for specific products.

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