New Allen-Bradley medium voltage motor controller

The Allen-Bradley OneGear product line includes a range of motor control center and power control center options.


Rockwell Automation has released the Allen-Bradley OneGear product line with a range of motor control center and power control center options. It is the next generation of medium voltage motor control designed for use with full-voltage and solid-state, reduced-voltage applications, supporting operating voltages up to 15 kV. Using vacuum-contactor and circuit-breaker switching technology, OneGear offers a range of flexible product solutions. All products are available with optional arc-resistant cabinets, which meet IEE C37.20.7 and IEC Type 2 protection. Also offered are remote monitoring, diagnostic capability, and in-depth motor protection for maximum motor utilization while avoiding damage and downtime. The line includes the full voltage nonreversing controller, intelligent protection systems, and 10 kV to 15 kV SMC Flex controllers with ArcShield cabinet design and Allen-Bradley PowerBrick technology.

Rockwell Automation OneGear motor control product

OneGear motor control and power control centers

– Edited by Renee Robbins , senior editor
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