The 1321-3RA130-B line reactor is an Allen-Bradley line reactor rated for 130 Amps of current and with 0.2 Millihenry of inductance. It comes in NEMA Type 1 enclosure made of NEMA/UL compliant sheet steel. The cabinet housing the line inductor measures 13.31 x 13.22 x 13.09 inches and it weighs 8.2 kilograms. Allen-Bradley supplies SLU-225 box lugs with the inductor to be used for wire termination. The maximum and minimum wire sizes recommended for termination are 120 and 27 millimeters square, respectively, and the tightening torque should not exceed 150 pounds on an inch. The environmental specifications for the enclosed 1321-3RA130-B line reactor include a maximum ambient temperature rating of 40 degrees Celsius and a maximum altitude of 1000 meters. Agency approvals for the 1321-3RA130-B line reactor include the CE, UL 508, CSA, and cULus ratings.
The 1321-3RA130-B line reactor belongs to the Allen-Bradley 1321 line of power conditioning products. This series of products also includes reflective wave reduction (RWR) devices, isolation transformers, and common mode chokes. The 1321 series products are specifically engineered to provide protection to AC drives and connected motors against anomalies that occur in power lines. The 3-phase 1321-3RA130-B line reactor can be connected to both the input and the output of the AC drives. When connected at the input, this device helps to protect against harmonic distortions and this leads to longer operational life. When connected at the output. this device helps to protect motors from peak voltages/currents and it helps to reduce motor noise and temperature. The maximum voltage rating for the 1321-3RA130-B line reactor is 690 Volts AC and the maximum switching frequency rating is 20 kilohertz. The dielectric setting on the inductor is rated for 3000 Volts RMS.
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