This 1336 PLUS Adjustable Frequency AC drive is a 380-480V AC unit with 22 (30) kilowatts(horsepower) and has a(n) IP 20 (NEMA 1) enclosure. This unit is in the English language.
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The 1336S-B030-AA-EN5-HAB-L4 drive is a 1336 Plus drive manufactured by Allen-Bradley. Its power ratings are 22 kilowatts or 30 Horsepower, and its voltage rating is 380 to 480 Volts AC. Its constant torque capabilities are rated at 30 to 38 input kVA, 46 Amps of input current, 36 output kVA, and 45 Amps of output current, and its variable torque ratings are 32 to 41 input kVA, 49 Amps of input current, 38 output kVA, and 48 Amps of output current. It has a B1/B2 frame and a TTL contact control interface for interfacing commands and signals. Like other drives in the 1336S Plus series, the 1336S-B030-AA-EN5-HAB-L4 Plus drive offers selectable motor control options that the users can choose from in order to achieve excellent speed and torque regulation across a wide speed range.
The 1336S-B030-AA-EN5-HAB-L4 drive features an English language module and a blank human-machine interface module. While this drive accepts speed commands from different sources, it can also be programmed to accept commands for some functions only from specific controllers while denying other controllers access to such functions. The 1336S-B030-AA-EN5-HAB-L4 Plus drive is equipped with sensorless vector control for improved torque performance. It features a Metal Oxide Varistor for surge suppression, phase-to-phase protection, and phase-to-ground protection. It offers 0.5 seconds of minimum logic control ride-through and 15 milliseconds of power ride-through at a full load. Shielded, unshielded, or armored cables may be used for installation. When long cables are used to connect this drive to motors, cable terminators or output reactors may be used to reduce reflected waves at the motor terminals.