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Allen-Bradley 20D-P2-CKE2

SKU: 20D-P2-CKE2-SOB-USA

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Product Specifications

brand name Allen-Bradley

The Allen-Bradley PowerFlex 700S is a high-performance AC drive designed for industrial applications. It is part of the PowerFlex series, which is known for its reliability and flexibility. The PowerFlex 700S is particularly notable for its Phase II Control, which enhances the drive's capabilities in terms of control and communication.

Technical Specifications

The PowerFlex 700S is available in various frame sizes, each with specific power ratings and input voltage ranges. The drive's power ratings are categorized into continuous, 1-minute, and 3-second ratings, as well as PWM frequency ratings and ambient operating temperatures. The drive's power ratings are detailed in tables that provide the specific information for each frame size and input voltage.

Alarm/Error Codes

The PowerFlex 700S does not provide specific alarm or error codes in the provided documentation. However, it is likely that the drive has a standard set of error codes that can be accessed through its programming interface or diagnostic tools. These codes would typically indicate specific issues with the drive's operation, such as overcurrent or overheating.

User Manuals

The user manual for the PowerFlex 700S is not explicitly mentioned in the provided documentation. However, it is likely that Rockwell Automation provides a comprehensive user manual that covers the drive's installation, operation, and troubleshooting procedures. This manual would likely include detailed information on setting up the drive, configuring its parameters, and troubleshooting common issues.

Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting the PowerFlex 700S would typically involve checking the drive's power supply, motor connections, and communication links. The drive's error codes, if available, would provide valuable information about the nature of the issue. Additionally, the user manual and technical documentation would likely provide guidance on troubleshooting specific problems.

Programming

The PowerFlex 700S is programmable through its control terminal block, which allows users to set various parameters such as motor speed, acceleration, and braking. The drive's programming interface is likely to be accessible through a computer or other programming device, and the specific details of the programming process are not provided in the documentation.

Installation

The PowerFlex 700S is designed to be installed in industrial settings, typically in conjunction with motors and other control systems. The drive's installation procedure is likely to involve connecting the drive to the motor, power supply, and communication links, as well as configuring its parameters through the control terminal block. The user manual and technical documentation would provide detailed guidance on the installation process.

Additional Resources

For more detailed information on the PowerFlex 700S, including technical specifications, user manuals, and troubleshooting guides, users can visit the Rockwell Automation website or contact a local distributor or sales representative. The website provides access to a wide range of documentation and resources for the PowerFlex series, including installation instructions, user manuals, and technical data sheets.

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