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Allen-Bradley 2090-CSWM1DE-18AA64

SKU: 2090-CSWM1DE-18AA64-SOB-USA

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Product Specifications

brand name Allen-Bradley

The part number 2090-CSWM1DE-18AA64 is a power cable designed for use with Kinetix 5500 or Kinetix 5700 servo drives. It is a standard, non-flexible cable with a wire size of 18 AWG (1.0 mm^2) and a length of 5 meters (16.4 feet). The cable is made of TPE (thermoplastic elastomer) material, which provides flexibility and resistance to abrasion and chemicals.

Technical Specifications

  • Cable Type: Standard, non-flexible
  • Wire Size: 18 AWG (1.0 mm^2)
  • Length: 5 meters (16.4 feet)
  • Material: TPE (thermoplastic elastomer)
  • Application: Designed for Kinetix 5500 or Kinetix 5700 servo drives

Alarm/Error Codes

No specific alarm or error codes are mentioned in the provided documentation for this part number. These codes are typically used to diagnose issues with the cable or the drive system it is connected to. For troubleshooting purposes, it would be necessary to consult the user manual or technical documentation for the specific servo drive system.

User Manual

The user manual for this part number is not explicitly mentioned in our research. However, it is likely that the user manual for the Kinetix 5500 or Kinetix 5700 servo drives would provide detailed information on the installation, operation, and troubleshooting of the cable. The user manual would also likely include information on the cable's specifications and compatibility with different drive systems.

Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting for this cable would involve checking the cable's connections to the servo drive and motor, ensuring that the cable is properly secured and not damaged. If issues persist, it would be necessary to consult the user manual or technical documentation for the specific servo drive system to identify and resolve any problems.

Programming

The programming of this cable is not explicitly mentioned in our research. The cable is designed to provide power and feedback signals to the servo drive, which would typically be configured through the drive's programming interface. The specific programming requirements would depend on the type of servo drive and the motor control system being used.

Installation

The installation of this cable involves connecting it to the servo drive and motor according to the manufacturer's instructions. The cable should be securely fastened to prevent damage or disconnection during operation. It is also important to ensure that the cable is properly insulated and protected from environmental factors such as moisture or extreme temperatures.

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