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PowerFlex Drives help provide added benefits that make a difference for your bottom line. The Allen-Bradley® PowerFlex family of AC and DC drives has been developed to provide the benefits that matter most to you. Our focus on delivering a flexible portfolio designed to keep you connected to your operations and ultimately help improve productivity, helps you achieve the positive impact you need to be successful. Flexibility allows PowerFlex drives to meet a wide variety of application requirements: A broad range of motor control algorithms to handle the simplest to the most demanding applications, a wide selection of hardware, software, safety and packaging options to fit your application.

Connectivity is a key to monitoring your application and taking the appropriate actions to maintain smooth operations. The seamless flow of real-time information within your application can help to enhance the agility and productivity of your machine: Seamless visibility and communications between the plant floor and control room, communication choices include drives with built-in EtherNet/IP along with options that support a variety of industrial networks, access to real time data allows information-enabled decisions to keep production running smoothly.

PowerFlex 753 AC Drives are cost-effective and easy to use in general purpose applications requiring safety features. They come standard with built-in I/O, which is ideal for machine builders and system integrators who want to reduce engineering costs, deliver machines to market faster, and meet end user demand for more productive machines.
3 phase 380-480 V, capacity from 0,75 kW to 250 kW
3 phase 690 V, capacity from 7,5 kW to 250 kW

Model Voltage, V Capacity, kW Current, A Price
20F11RC2P1JA0NNNNN 20F11RC2P1JA0NNNNN 380-480 (3ph) 0,75 2.1 630,00 €
20F11RC3P5JA0NNNNN 380-480 (3ph) 1,5 3.5 659,00 €
20F11RC5P0JA0NNNNN 380-480 (3ph) 2,2 5 725,00 €
20F11RC8P7JA0NNNNN 380-480 (3ph) 4 8.7 831,00 €
20F11RC011JA0NNNNN 380-480 (3ph) 5,5 11.5 1 010,00 €
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PowerFlex 755 AC Drives provide ease of use, application flexibility, and high performance. They include multiple control and hardware options, as well as optional embedded safety features. These drives are well-suited for a wide variety of motor control applications including pumps, fans, and conveyors.
3 phase 380-480 V, capacity from 0,75 kW to 1400 kW
3 phase 690 V, capacity from 7,5 kW to 1500 kW
Model Voltage, V Capacity, kW Current, A Price
20G11RC2P1JA0NNNNN 20G11RC2P1JA0NNNNN 400 (3ph) 0,75 2.1 690,30 €
20G11RC3P5JA0NNNNN 380-480 (3ph) 1,5 3.5 720,90 €
20G11RC5P0JA0NNNNN 380-480 (3ph) 2,2 5 781,20 €
20G11RC8P7JA0NNNNN 380-480 (3ph) 4 8.7 882,00 €
20G11RC011JA0NNNNN 380-480 (3ph) 5,5 11.5 1 080,00 €
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PowerFlex 70 AC Drives are compact packages of power, control, and operator interface designed to meet demands for space, simplicity, and reliability. These drives are easy to integrate and configure.
3 phase 200-240 V, capacity 0,37 kW to 18,5 kW
3 phase 380-480 V, capacity 0,37 kW to 37 kW

Model Voltage, V Capacity, kW Current, A Price
20AB2P2A0AYNNNC0 20AB2P2A0AYNNNC0 200-240 (3ph) 0,37 2.5 461,70 €
20AB4P2A0AYNNNC0 200-240 (3ph) 0,75 4.8 517,50 €
20AB6P8A0AYNNNC0 200-240 (3ph) 1,5 7.8 583,20 €
20AB9P6A0AYNNNC0 200-240 (3ph) 2,2 11 654,30 €
20AB015A0AYNANC0 200-240 (3ph) 4 17.5 812,70 €
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PowerFlex 523 AC Drives are cost-effective and ideal for standalone machines. These drives provide an innovative, modular design that supports fast and easy installation and configuration. In addition, they offer USB programming, application-specific configuration, and flexible mounting options.
1 phase 110-120 V, capacity from 0,2 kW to 1,1 kW
1 phase 200-240 V, capacity from 0,2 kW to 2,2 kW
3 phase 200-240 V, capacity from 0,2 kW to 15 kW
3 phase 380-480 V, capacity from 0,4 kW to 22 kW
3 phase 525-600 V, capacity from 0,4 kW to 22 kW

Model Voltage, V Capacity, kW Current, A Price
25A-V1P6N104 25A-V1P6N104 110-120 (1ph) 0,2 1.6 203,40 €
25A-V2P5N104 110-120 (1ph) 0,4 2.5 213,30 €
25A-V4P8N104 110-120 (1ph) 0,75 4.8 243,00 €
25A-V6P0N104 110-120 (1ph) 1,1 6 302,40 €
25A-A1P6N114 200-240 (1ph) 0,2 1.6 149,40 €
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PowerFlex 525 AC Drives feature an innovative, modular design to support fast and easy installation and configuration. This next generation of compact drives offers embedded EtherNet/IP™ communications, USB programming, and standard safety features.
1 phase 100-120 V, capacity from 0,4 kW to 1,1 kW
1 phase 200-240 V, capacity from 0,4 kW to 2,2 kW
3 phase 200-240 V, capacity from 0,4 kW to 15 kW
3 phase 380-480 V, capacity from 0,4 kW to 22 kW
3 phase 525-600 V, capacity from 0,4 kW to 22 kW
Model Voltage, V Capacity, kW Current, A Price
25B-V2P5N104 25B-V2P5N104 100-120 (1ph) 0,4 2.5 294,30 €
25B-V4P8N104 100-120 (1ph) 0,75 4.8 335,70 €
25B-V6P0N104 100-120 (1ph) 1,1 6 423,90 €
25B-A2P5N104 200-240 (1ph) 0,4 2.5 233,10 €
25B-A4P8N104 200-240 (1ph) 0,75 4.8 271,80 €
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PowerFlex 527 AC drives act as a natural extension of Logix Programmable Automation Controllers. This high level of integration helps to enhance motor coordination for improved machine performance.
1 phase 100-120 V, capacity from 0,4 kW to 1,1 kW
1 phase 200-240 V, capacity from 0,4 kW to 2,2 kW
3 phase 200-240 V, capacity from 0,4 kW to 15 kW
3 phase 380-480 V, capacity from 0,4 kW to 22 kW
3 phase 525-600 V, capacity from 0,4 kW to 22 kW
Model Voltage, V Capacity, kW Current, A Price
25C-V2P5N104 25C-V2P5N104 100-120 (1ph) 0,4 2.5 397,80 €
25C-V4P8N104 100-120 (1ph) 0,75 4.8 439,20 €
25C-V6P0N104 100-120 (1ph) 1,1 6 502,20 €
25C-A2P5N104 200-240 (1ph) 0,4 2.5 317,70 €
25C-A4P8N104 200-240 (1ph) 0,75 4.8 359,10 €
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PowerFlex 4M AC Drives are the smallest and most cost-effective members of the PowerFlex family of drives. Feed-through wiring and easy programming provide the flexibility to handle a broad range of applications.
1 phase 100-120 V, capacity from 0,2 kW to 1,1 kW
1 phase 200-240 V, capacity from 0,2 kW to 2,2 kW
3 phase 200-240 V, capacity from 0,2 kW to 7,5 kW
3 phase 380-480 V, capacity from 0,4 kW to 11 kW
Model Voltage, V Capacity, kW Current, A Price
22F-V1P6N103 22F-V1P6N103 100-120 (1ph) 0,2 1.6 134,10 €
22F-V2P5N103 100-120 (1ph) 0,4 2.5 140,40 €
22F-V4P5N103 100-120 (1ph) 0,75 4.5 166,50 €
22F-V6P0N103 100-120 (1ph) 1,1 6 205,20 €
22F-A1P6N103 200-240 (1/3ph) 0,2 1.6 98,10 €
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PowerFlex® 4 AC Drives are designed to meet global OEM and end-user requirements for simplicity, space savings, and cost efficiency. These compact drives provide intuitive features such as an integral keypad with local potentiometer and control keys that are active right out of the box.
1 phase 100-120 V, capacity from 0,2 to 1,1 kW
1 phase 200-240 V, capacity from 0,2 to 2,2 kW
3 phase 200-240 V, capacity from 0,2 to 3,7 kW
3 phase 380-480 V, capacity from 0,4 to 3,7 kW
Model Voltage, V Capacity, kW Current, A Price
22A-V1P5N104 22A-V1P5N104 100-120 (1ph) 0,2 1.5 reduced!
22A-V2P3N104 100-120 (1ph) 0,4 2.3 reduced!
22A-V4P5N104 100-120 (1ph) 0,75 4.5 reduced!
22A-V6P0N104 100-120 (1ph) 1,1 6 reduced!
22A-A1P4N103 200-240 (1ph) 0,2 1.4 reduced!
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PowerFlex® 40 AC Drives provide OEMs, machine builders, and end users with performance-enhancing motor control in an easy-to-use compact package. These drives feature sensorless vector control to meet low-speed torque demands.
1 phase 100-120 V, capacity from 0,4 kW to 1,1 kW
1 phase 200-240 V, capacity from 0,4 kW to 2,2 kW
3 phase 200-240 V, capacity from 0,4 kW to 7,5 kW
3 phase 380-480 V, capacity from 0,4 kW to 11 kW
3 phase 500-600 V, capacity from 0,75 kW to 11 kW
Model Voltage, V Capacity, kW Current, A Price
22B-V2P3N104 22B-V2P3N104 100-120 (1ph) 0,4 2.3 reduced!
22B-V5P0N104 100-120 (1ph) 0,75 5 reduced!
22B-V6P0N104 100-120 (1ph) 1,1 6 reduced!
22B-A2P3N114 200-240 (1ph) 0,4 2.3 reduced!
22B-A5P0N114 200-240 (1ph) 0,75 5 reduced!
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PowerFlex® 40P AC Drives provide closed-loop control with an option for Category 3 Safe Torque-off in a compact and cost-effective design. This drive is designed to meet global OEM and end-user demands for flexibility, space savings and ease of use.
3 phase 200-240 V, capacity from 0,4 kW to 7,5 kW
3 phase 380-480 V, capacity from 0,4 kW to 11 kW
3 phase 500-600 V, capacity from 0,75 kW to 11 kW
Model Voltage, V Capacity, kW Current, A Price
22D-B2P3 22D-B2P3 200-240 (3ph) 0,4 2.3 reduced!
22D-B5P0 200-240 (3ph) 0,75 5 reduced!
22D-B8P0 200-240 (3ph) 1,5 8 reduced!
22D-B012 200-240 (3ph) 2,2 12 reduced!
22D-B017 200-240 (3ph) 3,7 17.5 reduced!
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PowerFlex® 400 AC Drives are optimized for control of commercial and industrial fans and pumps. Built-in features such as purge and damper input provide a cost-effective solution for speed control in a broad range of variable torque fan and pump applications.
3 phase 200-240 V, capacity from 2,2 kW to 37 kW
3 phase 380-480 V, capacity from 2,2 kW to 250 kW
Model Voltage, V Capacity, kW Current, A Price
22C-B012N103 22C-B012N103 200-240 (3ph) 2,2 12 reduced!
22C-B017N103 200-240 (3ph) 3,7 17.5 reduced!
22C-B024N103 200-240 (3ph) 5,5 24 reduced!
22C-B033N103 200-240 (3ph) 7,5 33 reduced!
22C-B049A103 200-240 (3ph) 11 49 reduced!
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PowerFlex® 700S AC Drives offer optimized integration for the most demanding stand-alone, coordinated drive control and drive system applications.
3 phase 200-240 V, capacity from 0,75 kW to 66 kW
3 phase 380-480 V, capacity from 0,75 kw to 800 kW
3 phase 600-690 V, capacity from 45 kW to 1500 kW
Model Voltage, V Capacity, kW Current, A Price
20DB4P2A0EYNANANE 20DB4P2A0EYNANANE 200-240 (3ph) 0,75 4.8 reduced!
20DB6P8A0EYNANANE 200-240 (3ph) 1,5 7.8 reduced!
20DB9P6A0EYNANANE 200-240 (3ph) 2,2 11 reduced!
20DB015A0EYNANANE 200-240 (3ph) 4 17.5 reduced!
20DB022A0EYNANANE 200-240 (3ph) 5,5 25.3 reduced!
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PowerFlex® 700L AC Drives offer either PowerFlex 700 Vector Control or PowerFlex 700S Control on a fully regenerative, liquid-cooled power structure.
3 phase 380-480 V, capacity from 200 kW to 860 kW
3 phase 500-600 V, capacity from 345 kW to 650 kW
3 phase 690 V, capacity from 355 kW to 657 kW
Model Voltage, V Capacity, kW Current, A Price
20LC360N0ENNAN10WA 20LC360N0ENNAN10WA 380-480 (3ph) 200 360 reduced!
20LD360N0ENNAN10WA 380-480 (3ph) 224 360 reduced!
20LC650A0ENNAN10WA 380-480 (3ph) 370 650 reduced!
20LD650A0ENNAN10WA 380-480 (3ph) 445 650 reduced!
20LC1K2A0ENNAN10WA 380-480 (3ph) 715 1250 reduced!
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About Rockwell Automation


Rockwell Automation, Inc. is an American provider of industrial automation and information solutions. Brands include Allen-Bradley and Rockwell Software. Headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Rockwell Automation employs over 22,000 people and serves customers in more than 80 countries worldwide. The Fortune 500 company reported $6.35 billion in sales during fiscal 2013.

Rockwell Automation traces its history to 1903 and the formation of the Compression Rheostat Company, founded by Lynde Bradley and Dr. Stanton Allen with an initial investment of $1000. In 1904, 19-year-old Harry Bradley joined his brother in the business.

The company’s first patented product was a carbon disc compression-type motor controller for industrial cranes. The crane controller was demonstrated at the St. Louis World’s Fair in 1904.

In 1909, the company was renamed the Allen-Bradley Company. Allen-Bradley expanded rapidly during World War I in response to government-contracted work. Its product line grew to include automatic starters and switches, circuit breakers, relays and other electric equipment.

Upon co-founder Stanton Allen’s death in 1916, Lynde Bradley became president. Harry Bradley was appointed vice president and attorney Louis Quarles was named corporate secretary. In 1918 Allen-Bradley hired its first female factory worker, Julia Bizewski Polczynski, who was promoted to foreman the following year.

During the 1920s, the company grew its miniature rheostat business to support the burgeoning radio industry. By the middle of this decade, nearly 50 percent of the company’s sales were attributed to the radio department. The decade closed with record company sales of $3 million.

By 1932, the Great Depression had taken its toll and the company posted record losses. Amid growing economic pressure, Allen-Bradley reduced its workforce from 800 to 550 and cut wages by 50 percent. To lessen the financial burden, Lynde and Harry Bradley implemented a unique program: the company replaced employees’ lost wages with preferred stock. Eventually, the company bought back all stock at six percent interest.

Throughout this period, Lynde Bradley supported an aggressive research and development approach intended to “develop the company out of the Depression.” Lynde Bradley’s R&D strategy was successful. By 1937, Allen-Bradley employment had rebounded to pre-Depression levels and company sales reached an all-time high of nearly $4 million.

Following the death of Lynde Bradley in 1942, Harry Bradley became company president and Fred Loock was promoted to vice president. The Lynde Bradley Foundation, a charitable trust, was established with Lynde Bradley’s assets. The foundation’s first gift of $12,500 was made to Milwaukee’s Community Fund, predecessor of the United Way.

World War II fueled unprecedented levels of production, with 80 percent of the company’s orders being war-related. Wartime orders were centered on two broad lines of products – industrial controls to speed production and electrical components or “radio parts” used in a wide range of military equipment.

Allen-Bradley expanded its facilities numerous times during the 1940s to meet war-time production needs. With Fred Loock serving as president and Harry Bradley as chairman, the company began a major $1 million, two-year expansion project in 1947. The company completed additional expansions at its Milwaukee facilities in the 1950s and 1960s, including the Allen-Bradley clock tower. The clock tower has since been renamed, and is known today as the Rockwell Automation clock tower.

During the 1970s, the company expanded its production facilities and markets and entered the 1980s as a global company. With president J. Tracy O'Rourke (1981–89) at the helm, the company introduced a new line of programmable logic controllers, the PLC-3, in 1981.

In 1985 privately owned Allen-Bradley set a new fiscal record with sales of $1 billion. On February 20, 1985 Rockwell International purchased Allen-Bradley for $1.651 billion. This was the largest acquisition in Wisconsin's history to date.

The 1990s featured continued technology development, including the company’s launch of its software business, Rockwell Software (1994), the Logix control platform (1997) and the Integrated Architecture system (1999).

During this decade, Rockwell International also acquired a power systems business, composed of Reliance Electric and Dodge. These two brands, combined with control systems brands Allen-Bradley and Rockwell Software, were marketed as Rockwell Automation.

In 1998, Keith Nosbusch was named president of Rockwell Automation Control Systems. Rockwell International Corporation headquarters was moved to Milwaukee, Wisconsin the same year.

Rockwell International Corporation changed its name to Rockwell Automation in 2002 and continues to trade on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol “ROK.”

In 2007, Rockwell Automation sold the Power Systems division to focus on its core competencies in automation and information technology.

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