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Allen-Bradley 20-750-MACPR-CD-F12M


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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 20-750-MACPR-CD-F12M is a PowerFlex 750 Kit, specifically designed for multi-drive applications with AC precharge and a resistor bank. It operates within a voltage range of 400/480V and is housed in a frame with an IP00 rating. This kit is part of the PowerFlex series, which is known for its reliability and flexibility in industrial automation.

Technical Specifications

  • Voltage Range: 400/480V
  • Frame Size: 12M
  • IP Rating: IP00
  • Type: Multi-Drive, AC Precharge, Resistor Bank

Alarm/Error Codes

The PowerFlex 750 Kit does not have specific alarm or error codes listed for this particular model. However, the PowerFlex series is known for its robust fault detection and reporting capabilities, which can help in troubleshooting and maintenance. The kit's technical specifications and user manual should provide detailed information on error handling and troubleshooting procedures.

User Manual

The user manual for the Allen-Bradley 20-750-MACPR-CD-F12M PowerFlex 750 Kit is not readily available online. However, it is likely that the manual can be obtained from the manufacturer or a qualified distributor. The manual would provide detailed instructions on installation, operation, and maintenance of the kit.


Troubleshooting for the PowerFlex 750 Kit would typically involve checking the kit's electrical connections, monitoring its performance using diagnostic tools, and consulting the user manual or technical support resources. The kit's technical specifications and user manual should provide detailed information on troubleshooting procedures.


The PowerFlex 750 Kit is designed for use in industrial automation applications and does not require programming in the classical sense. However, it can be configured and controlled using various programming languages and interfaces, such as ControlLogix or CompactLogix, which are part of the Allen-Bradley control system family.


The installation of the Allen-Bradley 20-750-MACPR-CD-F12M PowerFlex 750 Kit typically involves mounting the kit in a suitable enclosure, connecting it to the power supply and control systems, and configuring its settings according to the specific application requirements. The kit's user manual and technical specifications should provide detailed information on installation procedures.

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