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Allen-Bradley 2090-CSBM1DF-18AA23


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Product Specifications

brand name Allen-Bradley

The part number 2090-CSBM1DF-18AA23 is a specific type of cable designed for use with Kinetix 5500 servo drives. It belongs to the 2090-Series Single Motor Cables, which are designed for power and feedback applications in industrial automation systems. The cable is a standard, non-flexible type, with a conductor size of 18 AWG (American Wire Gauge) and a length of 23 meters.

Technical Specifications

  • Conductor Size (AWG): 18 AWG
  • Length: 23 meters
  • Cable Style: Standard, non-flexible
  • Cable Type: Single Motor Power and Feedback with Brake Wires
  • Drive-end Connector Type: DF Single Cable for K5500
  • Motor-end Connector Type: Single SpeedTec DIN Connector
  • Wire Gauge Size (AWG): 18 AWG

Alarm/Error Codes

No specific alarm or error codes are mentioned in the provided documentation for this cable. These codes are typically associated with the control systems or drives that the cable connects to, and would require specific documentation for those systems.

User Manuals

The user manual for the 2090-Series Single Motor Cables is available from Rockwell Automation, the manufacturer of the cable. The manual provides detailed information on the cable's specifications, installation, and usage.


Troubleshooting for issues with the cable would typically involve checking the cable's connections, ensuring proper installation, and verifying the cable's specifications match the requirements of the system it is connected to. If issues persist, it may be necessary to consult the user manual or contact Rockwell Automation's technical support.


The cable itself does not require programming. It is a physical component designed to transmit power and feedback signals between the motor and the control system. Programming would typically be done in the control system or drive that the cable connects to, and would depend on the specific system and its programming language.


The installation of the 2090-Series Single Motor Cables involves connecting the cable to the motor and the control system according to the manufacturer's instructions. The cable should be properly secured and protected from damage or environmental factors that could affect its performance.

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