This 1336 PLUS Adjustable Frequency AC drive is a 380-480VAC or 513-620V DC unit with 5.5 (7.5) kilowatts(horsepower) and has a(n) IP 20 (NEMA 1) 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-BRF75-AA-EN-HA1-L6E.|
|Exchange:||Exchange credit for your defective unit available.|
A variable frequency drive is a motor control device that drives an induction motor by altering the voltage and frequency supplied to the motor. These drives are also used in ramping down the frequency and voltage in order to meet the requirement of the electric motor load. As per the application demand, the drive can increase or decrease the motor speed. The 1336S-BRF75-AA-EN-HA1-L6E drive has been manufactured by Allen-Bradley. The input voltage of the drive is set between 380 and 480 Volts AC or 513 and 620 Volts DC. The drive has enhanced features and functionalities that aid the control and regulation of the torque. The 1336S-BRF75-AA-EN-HA1-L6E drive has excellent prevention and detection features. This feature is active all the time and it continuously monitors the drive. It detects different situations including undervoltage/overvoltage, load loss, encoder loss, ground fault, and overtemperature and overcurrent situations. This feature trips the drive to save the drive from these unusual events. The drive is equipped with different alarms which alert the users for these events. Multiple sensors are equipped on the control board of the drive.
The 1336S-BRF75-AA-EN-HA1-L6E drive can stall in both overcurrent and overvoltage situations. The drive supports dual acceleration and deceleration profiles. The drive offers multilingual support by using the language plugin. The drive features the ground fault protection system. This feature checks the reliability of the drive while the drive first boots up and during the normal operation. The 1336S-BRF75-AA-EN-HA1-L6E drive has the ability to run low-inductance motors and deliver exceptional torque performance by using the sensorless vector control method. A cooling fan is equipped with the drive to bring down the temperature of the drive. Also, a heatsink thermistor is present in the drive which trips the drive when an excessive temperature is detected. The drive uses third generation devices which can reduce the switching and the losses that occurred due to conduction.