This 1336 PLUS Adjustable Frequency AC drive is a 380-480VAC or 513-620V DC unit with 3.7 (5) kilowatts(horsepower) and has a(n) IP 00 (Open) enclosure. This unit is in the English language.
|Warranty:||1 year DO Supply Warranty Included|
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|Repairs:||We offer repair service for the 1336S-BRF50-AN-EN-HAP-L6.|
|Exchange:||Exchange credit for your defective unit available.|
The 1336S-BRF50-AN-EN-HAP-L6 drive is a 1336S Plus series Allen-Bradley AC drive that offers motor speed control features in an industrial setting. It works well with an input voltage range of 380 to 480 Volts AC or 513 to 620 Volts DC. It is an IP 00 rated open drive which generates 5 Horsepower of output when equipped with a normal load. The drive uses the sinusoidal PWM waveform to control the induction motor it is attached to. The drive comes with programmable inverter overload protection. Another protection feature is the overspeed detection that detects high speeds even when operating as a torque follower. The 1336S-BRF50-AN-EN-HAP-L6 drive has programmable stall detection. Communication is possible by using the SCANport peripheral interface. The drive has 4 quadrant operations available and it is controlled by using a microprocessor. A time-stamped nonvolatile fault/warning queue is available in this drive. To alert the users for unusual system events, the drive is equipped with 6 drive alarms and it has multiple sensors on the control board.
The 1336S-BRF50-AN-EN-HAP-L6 drive has a traverse function which helps the drive to modulate around a set frequency value. For applications that require unattended operation, the “Run On Power-Up” control feature is available in the drive which resumes running once power is back after there is a power outage. The drive has the ability to run at a minimum speed with a 4 mA signal and at maximum speed with a 20 mA signal. Also, it can invert the signal to run at a minimum of 20 mA and a maximum of 4 mA. The 1336S-BRF50-AN-EN-HAP-L6 drive also offers a Volts per Hertz control mode which delivers maximum performance for applications that demand multiple motors on a common drive. The auto economizer function in the drive monitors the drive current and compares it to the full load current which has been set by the users of the drive.