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Allen-Bradley 150-F251NBDB

SKU: 150-F251NBDB-SOB-USA

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Product Specifications

brand name Allen-Bradley

The Allen-Bradley 150-F251NBDB is a solid-state controller designed for use in industrial automation applications. It is part of the Allen-Bradley line of products from Rockwell Automation. Here's a breakdown of its key features and specifications:

Technical Specifications

  • Response Resistance: 3400 Ohm ± 150 Ohm for PTC input ratings
  • Reset Resistance: 1600 Ohm ± 100 Ohm for PTC input ratings
  • Input OFF-state Voltage, Max: 50V AC, 10V DC/12V AC for control circuit
  • Input ON-state Voltage, Min: 85V AC, 19.2V DC/20.4V AC for control circuit
  • Lower Line Side Cable Size: 0.8...2.5 mm2 (18...14 AWG) for power terminals
  • Lower Load Side Cable Size: 0.8...2.5 mm2 (18...14 AWG) for power terminals
  • Upper Load Side Cable Size: 2.5...50 mm2 (14...1 AWG) for load power terminals
  • Upper Line Side Cable Size: 2.5...95 mm2 (14...3/0 AWG) for line power terminals
  • Rated Operational Current: 3 A @ 120V AC, 1.5 A @ 240V AC for auxiliary contacts
  • Input ON-state Current: 20 mA @ 120V AC/40mA @ 240V AC, 7.6 mA @ 24V AC/DC for control circuit
  • Contact Type: Auxiliary contacts 19/20 (Aux #1), 29/30 (Aux #2), 31/32 (Aux #3) and 33/34 (Aux #4)

Environmental

  • Steady State Heat Dissipation with Control and Fan Power: 70 W
  • Storage and Transportation Temperature: -20 °C
  • Humidity: 5...95% (noncondensing)
  • Operating Temperature: Open: -5 to 50 °C (23 to 122 °F)
  • Protection against Electrical Shock: IP20 per IEC for power circuit
  • EMC Emission Levels: Radiated emission: Class A
  • EMC Immunity Levels: Surge transient: per EN/IEC 60947-4-2
  • Altitude: 2000 m
  • Pollution Degree: 2

Construction

  • Number of Poles: 3
  • Enclosure: Open type
  • Control Modules Construction: Thermoset and thermoplastic moldings
  • Metal Parts Construction: Plated brass, copper or painted steel

Certifications

  • China CCC
  • Eurasion Economic Community
  • Australian RCM

Documentation

  • Technical Data: 150-TD009
  • User Manual: 150-UM008

Installation

The installation details for the Allen-Bradley 150-F251NBDB are not explicitly mentioned in our research. However, it is likely that the product requires a professional installation by a qualified electrician or automation technician, considering its industrial automation capabilities and technical specifications.

Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting information for the Allen-Bradley 150-F251NBDB is not readily available from our research. However, it is recommended that users consult the user manual and technical data for troubleshooting guidance specific to the product. Additionally, Rockwell Automation's technical support resources and documentation may be consulted for more detailed troubleshooting information.

Programming

The programming details for the Allen-Bradley 150-F251NBDB are not explicitly mentioned in our research. However, it is likely that the product can be programmed using Rockwell Automation's programming software and tools, such as RSLogix or ControlLogix, depending on the specific application and requirements.

Alarm/Error Codes

Alarm and error codes for the Allen-Bradley 150-F251NBDB are not explicitly mentioned in our research. However, it is likely that the product generates specific error codes and alarms based on its operating conditions and any faults that may occur. These codes and alarms would typically be documented in the user manual and technical data for the product.

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