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Allen-Bradley 2090-U3AE-D4409

SKU: 2090-U3AE-D4409-SOB-USA

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Product Specifications

brand name Allen-Bradley

The Allen Bradley 2090-U3AE-D4409 is a two-axis cable designed for connecting the Ultra 3000 drives to a Logix 1756MOAE2 card. It has a maximum cable length of 9 meters (29.5 feet) and is part of the 2090 series of cables and kits for motion products, as specified in the product details from Rockwell Automation's configurator. This cable is used for connecting the Ultra 3000 drives to the Logix 1756MOAE2 card, which is a key component in industrial automation systems.

Technical Specifications

  • Length: 9 meters (29.5 feet)
  • Number of Axes: Two
  • Compatibility: Ultra 3000 drives and Logix 1756MOAE2 card

Alarm/Error Codes

No specific alarm or error codes are mentioned in our research for this part number. However, it is likely that the cable itself does not generate error codes, but rather is a component used in a larger system that may have its own error handling mechanisms.

User Manuals

No user manuals are directly linked to this part number in our research. However, user manuals for the Ultra 3000 drives and the Logix 1756MOAE2 card are likely to be available from Rockwell Automation or other authorized sources.


Troubleshooting for this cable would likely involve checking the connections and ensuring that the cable is properly seated and secured. Additionally, issues with the cable could be related to the drives or the card it is connected to, so troubleshooting would need to involve those components as well.


The programming of the Ultra 3000 drives and the Logix 1756MOAE2 card is likely to be done using specialized software tools provided by Rockwell Automation. The cable itself does not require programming.


The installation of this cable would typically involve connecting one end to the Ultra 3000 drive and the other end to the Logix 1756MOAE2 card. The cable should be securely fastened and checked for proper connections to ensure reliable operation.

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