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ALLEN BRADLEY

AC SERVO MOTORS

Allen Bradley 1326AB servo motor

ALLEN BRADLEY

AC SERVO MOTORS

Allen-Bradley began its existence as the Compression Rheostat Company in 1903. It was founded
by Lynde Bradley and Dr. Stanton Allen and the company changed its moniker to feature the
founders’ names in 1909. The company flourished with the expansion of the radio industry and
in supplying the military with various electronic equipment during World War I and World War II.

Allen Bradley MP servo motor
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WE REPAIR

ALLEN BRADLEY

AC SERVO MOTORS

ALLEN BRADLEY

AC SERVO MOTORS

Allen-Bradley began its existence as the Compression Rheostat Company in 1903. It was founded
by Lynde Bradley and Dr. Stanton Allen and the company changed its moniker to feature the
founders’ names in 1909. The company flourished with the expansion of the radio industry and
in supplying the military with various electronic equipment during World War I and World War II.

Allen-Bradley began its existence as the Compression Rheostat Company in 1903. It was founded by Lynde Bradley and Dr. Stanton Allen and the company changed its moniker to feature the founders’ names in 1909. The company flourished with the expansion of the radio industry and in supplying the military with various electronic equipment during World War I and World War II. In the Seventies and Eighties Allen-Bradley’s Industrial Automation products included numerous servo motors and other types of servo systems equipment.

The company remained privately owned until 1985 when it was purchased by Rockwell. In the Nineties Allen-Bradley was placed under the umbrella of Rockwell Automation along with Reliance Electric and its subsidiary brands Electro-Craft and Dodge whom Rockwell had acquired in 1994. In 2007 Rockwell sold its Power Systems division to Baldor meaning the Allen-Bradley, Reliance, and Dodge brands and their products are now under Baldor’s ownership.

If your motor is not represented below, please call us as our capabilities are always expanding! If your motor is not an Allen-Bradley ‘click here’ to view a list of manufacturers we can service.

 

1326AB Series:  

The 1326AB series of servo motors were predominantly produced with the either Allen-Bradley or Reliance branding. Available in three frame sizes and a wide torque range (2.7-50.0 N.m), this series of servo motors feature options for resolvers and encoders mounted internally or externally.

F Series:

The F series of servo motors were produced with the Allen-Bradley, Reliance, and the Electro-Craft branding. There are two frame sizes and six models, each with a number of variations. The series has maximum operating speeds of either 3000 or 4000 RPM. The series also features available encoders or brakes.

H Series:

The H series of servo motors were produced with the Allen-Bradley, Reliance, and the Electro-Craft branding. There are five frame sizes and twelve models, each with a number of variations. The series has a range of maximum speeds between 2000 and 6000 RPM. The series also features available encoders or brakes.

S Series:

The S series of servo motors were produced with the Allen-Bradley, Reliance, and the Electro-Craft branding. There are five frame sizes and eleven models, each with a number of variations. The series has a range of maximum speeds between 3000 and 6000 RPM. The series also features available encoders or brakes.

N Series:

The N Series of servo motors were produced with the Allen-Bradley, Reliance, and the Electro-Craft branding. There are four frame sizes and nine models, each with a number of variations. The series has a range of maximum speeds between 3000 and 6000 RPM. The series also features available encoders or brakes.

MP Series:

The Allen-Bradley MP Series features rare earth magnets in the frame, optional 24 volt brakes, and optional encoders with a wide range of counts available. Allen-Bradley claimed that the MP series has “40% higher torque per unit size than conventional servo motors.” The MP Series model numbers have a designation for different motor types. The third character may be an L, an F, an S, and also M. The L models are low-inertia. The F models are food grade units with improved sealing. The S models are stainless steel units with a special stainless frames for hygienic applications.

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