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Allen-Bradley 2090-CSBM1DF-14AF15

SKU: 2090-CSBM1DF-14AF15-SOB-USA

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Product Specifications

brand name Allen-Bradley

The part number 2090-CSBM1DF-14AF15 is a cable designed for use with Allen-Bradley (Rockwell Automation) products, specifically for Kinetix 5500 or Kinetix 5700 drives. This cable is a single motor power with brake wires, featuring a continuous-flexible design and a TPE jacket with mechanical and chemical properties. It has a nominal cross-section conductor of 2.08 mm² and is rated for a maximum conductor temperature of 105°C.

Technical Specifications

  • Construction: The cable has an outer diameter of approximately 17 mm, with a core color of white and a cable length of 15 meters. The drive-end connector type is a single speedTec DIN connector, and the motor-end connector type is also a single speedTec DIN connector.
  • Electrical: The cable is designed for use with a nominal voltage of 1000 V and features a 1000V hybrid cable with four power, two feedback (digital communication), and two brake conductors. The AWG size is 14.
  • Mechanical: The cable features a continuous-flexible design with a low capacitance design to maximize system power density. It has a continuous bend radius of 10 times the cable diameter and is designed to withstand the rigors of continuous flexing.
  • Environmental: The cable is designed to operate in environments with a maximum conductor temperature of 105°C.

Documentation

The documentation for this product includes technical data, which can be found in the Literature Library results. The publication number for this technical data is KNX-TD004.

Installation and Troubleshooting

For installation and troubleshooting instructions, refer to the 2090-Series Single Motor Cables Installation Instructions document, which covers the installation of various cable configurations and provides troubleshooting guidance.

Programming

The programming of this cable is typically done through the drive-end connector using the drive's programming interface. The specific programming procedures will depend on the drive model and the type of motor being controlled.

Alarm and Error Codes

The alarm and error codes for this cable are typically generated by the drive and are specific to the drive model and the type of motor being controlled. Refer to the drive's documentation for information on interpreting and resolving these codes.

User Manual

The user manual for this cable is typically included with the drive or can be found in the Literature Library results. The manual provides detailed information on the cable's installation, configuration, and troubleshooting.

Key Sectors

  • Technical Specifications: The technical specifications of the cable include its construction, electrical, mechanical, and environmental characteristics, which are detailed in the documentation.
  • Alarm / Error Codes: The alarm and error codes for this cable are typically generated by the drive and are specific to the drive model and the type of motor being controlled.
  • User Manuals: The user manual for this cable is typically included with the drive or can be found in the Literature Library results. The manual provides detailed information on the cable's installation, configuration, and troubleshooting.
  • Troubleshooting: Troubleshooting guidance for the cable is provided in the 2090-Series Single Motor Cables Installation Instructions document, which covers common issues and their resolutions.
  • Programming: The programming of this cable is typically done through the drive-end connector using the drive's programming interface. The specific programming procedures will depend on the drive model and the type of motor being controlled.
  • Installation: The installation of this cable is typically done by connecting it to the drive-end connector and the motor-end connector, following the guidelines in the 2090-Series Single Motor Cables Installation Instructions document.
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