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VPL-A1001C-CK12AA Servo Motor, Low Inertia | Allen Bradley

Type number: VPL-A1001C-CK12AA, Part No.: VPLA1001CCK12AA, from manufacturer: Allen Bradley, Catagory: Kinetix VP Servo Motors Drives & Motors, VPL Low Inertia Motors

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Module No. VPL-A1001C-CK12AA
Product name 240V AC, 100mm Bolt Circle Frame Size, 1 (One) Magnet Stack, 2500 RPM Rated Speed, Single-turn …
Product description VPL-A1001C-CK12AA Servo Motor, Low Inertia | Allen Bradley
Part number VPLA1001CCK12AA
Allen Bradley recommendation product VPL-A1001C-PJ12AA VPL Low Inertia Motors, 240V AC | Allen Bradley
Voltage 230 VAC, 240 VAC, 480 VAC
Manufacturer Allen Bradley
Country of origin United States
Warranty 1-2 year
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VPL-A1001C-CK12AA Servo Motor, Low Inertia | Allen Bradley

Change Connector Orientation

Kinetix VP low-inertia motors use a connector style that integrates the power,brake,and feedback signals within a single connector.You can   identify the connector style by the variable number in the motor catalog string.For example,in catalog number VPL-A1303F-CJ12AA,the 1 indicates a Speed Tec,right angle,325°rotatable connector(see Catalog Number Explanation on page 2).

The rotatable conncctor housing lets you move the connector into a position that best protects the connection from environmental contaminates and provides easy access.

  ATTENTION:Connectors are designed to be rotated into a fixed position during motor installation,and remain in that position without further adjustment.     Stictly  limit  the  applied  fores  and  the  number  of times  the  connetor  is  rotated  to  make  sure  that  connectors  meet  the  lntermational  Protection(IP)rating  as outlined in  Environmental Specifications on  page  22.


ATTENTION: Excessive force can damage the connector.Do not pull on the cable and do not use tools,such as pliers or vise-grips,to rotate the connector.Use your hands to rotate the connector.




Rockwell Automation Publication VPL-IN001E-EN-P-August 2016                                                                                      5



Follow these steps to rotate a connector to a new position.

1.Mount and fully seat a mating cable on the motor connector.

This provides a larger area to grasp and extends the leverage force.

2.Grasp the mated connector and cable plug with your hands and slowly rotate the motor connector into the new position. 3.Remove the cable plug after the connector is aligned.


Install the Motor

Perform these steps to install the motor.


  ATTENTION:Damage can ocur to the motor bearings and the feedback device if sharp impactis applied to the shaft during installation of couplings and pulleys. Damage to the feedbadk device can result from applying leverage to the motor mounting face when removing devices mounted on the motor shaft.

Do not strike the shaft,couplings,or pulleys with tools during installation or removal.Use a wheel puller,to apply pressure from the user end of the shaft,when attempting to remove any device from the motor shaft.

1.Leave enough space around the motor so it can disipate heat and stay within its specified operating temperature range.

See Environmental Specifications on page 22 for the operating temperature range.Do not enclose the motor unless forced air is blown

across the motor for cooling.A fan that blows air across the motor improves its performance.Keep other heat producing devices away from the motor.

2.See     Load Force Ratings on page 11 to determine the radial and axial shaft load limitations of your motor.

3.Install the motor with the connector positioned beneath the motor housing.

This position can provide better environmental protection for the connector.


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