The Allen-Bradley 1394-SR36AF module is a shunt module that is intended to be applied in a 22-kilowatt rated motor. Both of these components are intended to integrate into the 1394 digital AC multi-axis motion control system that is made by Allen-Bradley. The Allen-Bradley 1394-SR36AF shunt module comes with 2 fans and its main function is to dissipate the excess energy generated by the motor when it brakes. Generally, this energy exceeds the energy that is held on the bus capacitors and thus, it needs to be dissipated in order to keep operations safe. This dissipation mechanism routes that energy through different points in the system.
The ratings of the Allen-Bradley 1394-SR36AF shunt module are 3600 continuous Watts and 160,000 Watts per peak. As mentioned before, it is a fan module that ventilates itself and at the same time, it avoids heating other nearby equipment. The Allen-Bradley 1394-SR36AF shunt module has a shipping weight of 9 kilograms and a resistance of 4 Ohms. This module can be customized with different accessories that help to improve its performance. The primary custom accessory for this module is a fuse kit that helps to improve the security of the module by detecting abnormal currents and reacting to them before they cause severe damage to the equipment. When installing and mounting the Allen-Bradley 1394-SR36AF shunt module, all the power needs to be removed first. This needs to be done in order to connect the shunt module to the system module and then power must be applied from the system module to the shunt module to make the fans and the shunt module work.
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