When used with the Allen-Bradley Compactlogix 5370 Series of programmable automation controllers and the Allen-Bradley Panelview Plus human-machine interfaces, the drive provides a cost-effective entry into the company‘s integrated architecture system. Leveraging a single design environment, the system scales from 200 to 10,000 I/O, enables machine builders to migrate existing machine designs into new, higher-end machine designs and vice versa. To help protect personnel and increase productivity, the servo drive is equipped with safe, torque-off functionality. With the safe-off capability, tasks such as machine setup, cleaning, removal of jams, and other maintenance tasks that previously required power-down conditions can now be accomplished without shutdown. Instead, drive output can be disabled, allowing faster machine restart. The servo drive has an available 400 W to 3 kW power range to meet a wide array of global machine requirements.
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