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Allen-Bradley 20F1AGB312JN0NNNNN

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Product Specifications

brand name Allen-Bradley

The part number 20F1AGB312JN0NNNNN is associated with Allen-Bradley products from Rockwell Automation, specifically the PowerFlex 527 AC Drives. These drives are designed to work exclusively with Allen-Bradley's Logix Programmable Automation Controllers (PACs) and leverage the capabilities of these controllers to simplify machine development and use.

Technical Specifications

The PowerFlex 527 AC Drives have the following technical specifications:

  • Power ratings: 0.4…22 kW / 0.5…30 Hp
  • Global voltages: 100...600V
  • Built-in dual-port EtherNet/IP for various topologies and Device Level Ring (DLR) functionality
  • Safe Torque-off as a standard feature, applicable through either hardwired safety or Integrated Safety, both certified to SIL 3 / PLe Cat 3
  • Low-cost solution for machine parts, such as pumps, fans, in-feed and out-feed conveyors, requiring simple speed control for induction motors
  • Ability to transfer drive configuration files to a new machine
  • Reduced downtime and minimized manual reconfiguration through detection of replaced drives and download of configuration settings over EtherNet/IP
  • Enhanced integration for coordinated and synchronized machine operation.

Alarm/Error Codes

The PowerFlex 527 AC Drives do not have specific alarm or error codes mentioned in the provided documentation. However, it is common for industrial automation products like these drives to have error codes that can be checked against a reference guide or documentation specific to the product model and version.

User Manuals

User manuals for the PowerFlex 527 AC Drives are available through Rockwell Automation's website and other authorized sources. These manuals provide detailed information on the product's operation, configuration, and troubleshooting procedures.

Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting for the PowerFlex 527 AC Drives typically involves checking for issues related to power supply, communication, or configuration. The user manual and technical documentation provide guidance on troubleshooting procedures and common issues that may arise during operation.

Programming

The PowerFlex 527 AC Drives are designed to work with Allen-Bradley's Logix Programmable Automation Controllers (PACs). Programming for these drives is typically done using Studio 5000 Logix Designer, which allows for the configuration and control of both PowerFlex 527 AC drives and Kinetix servo drives using shared motion instructions.

Installation

Installation of the PowerFlex 527 AC Drives typically involves connecting the drive to a power source, configuring the drive settings using a controller or programming software, and integrating the drive into the overall automation system. The user manual and technical documentation provide detailed information on the installation process and any specific requirements for the drive's operation.

In summary, the part number 20F1AGB312JN0NNNNN is associated with Allen-Bradley's PowerFlex 527 AC Drives, which are designed for use with their Logix Programmable Automation Controllers. These drives offer advanced features such as built-in dual-port EtherNet/IP, Safe Torque-off, and low-cost solutions for simple speed control applications. The technical specifications, user manuals, troubleshooting procedures, programming, and installation guidelines for these drives are all available through Rockwell Automation's documentation and support resources.

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