This 1336 PLUS Adjustable Frequency AC drive is a 380-480V AC unit with 5.5 (7.5) kilowatts(horsepower) and has a(n) IP 00 (Open) enclosure. This unit is in the English language.
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The 1336S-B007-AN-EN3-HA1-L6E drive is an AC controller manufactured by Allen-Bradley/Rockwell Automation. The controller has an input voltage range of between 380 and 480 Volts AC. The 1336S-B007-AN-EN3-HA1-L6E drive has an IP 00 rated enclosure which allows it to operate at a maximum temperature of 50 degrees Celsius. The controller contains screws that hold the components in place. To avoid damaging these components when tightening them in place, the correct torque and torque sequence should be followed. For example, when mounting components to the controller’s heatsink, the component-fastener torque sequence and tolerance are crucial to the component-to-heat sink heat dissipation.
When fastening components on the heatsink on the 1336S-B007-AN-EN3-HA1-L6E drive, a 2-point mounting system should be used. In this type of mounting system, the 2 screws used must each be tightened slowly while alternating between the screws. First, a temporary torque should be applied on the first screw then on the second screw. The final torque should be applied on the first screw then to the second screw. Note that the temporary torque is 50% of the final torque. Where the component being mounted has 4 screws, the temporary torque should be applied to each of the screws followed by the final torque in an orderly sequence. The Allen-Bradley 1336S-B007-AN-EN3-HA1-L6E drive contains 115 Volts AC voltage and an encoder feedback module at its control interface. The controller features an operator interface that can be used for both controlling and programming the 1336S-B007-AN-EN3-HA1-L6E drive. The operator interface also has an analog potentiometer. By default, the controller supports programming in English.