Anaheim Automation, Inc.
|Past Equivalent/Obsolete Models||Current Model #|
|BLD72, BLD70, BLB, AA2300||BLD75 series|
|DPA80001, DPA10001||MLA10641 or DPN10002|
|DPD70001, DPD65001, DPD110A1, DPB01, DPB02||DPD72001 or DPD72001XCE|
|DPD70002, DPD65002, DPD21AA1, DPB03, DPB04||DPD72002 or DPD72002XCE|
|DPD72211, DPD70211, DPB11RA1, DPD-6||DPD72451 or DPD72451XCE|
|DPF12001, DPF90001, DPF13||DPFHP001|
|DPF70003, DPF65003, DPF310C1, DPF09-DPF12, DPF73003||DPF72003 or DPF72003XCE|
|DPF70004, DPF65004, DPF1BB1, DPF13-DPF16||DPF72004 or DPF72004XCE|
|DPF70352, DPF65352, DPF21SB1, DPF72352||DPY50601 or DPD75601|
|DPF70212, DPF65212||DPF72452 or DPF7452XCE|
|DPF11211, DPFHP211, DPF90211, DPF12RE1||DPFHP451|
|DPK70004, DPL65004, DPK41BB1, DPK05, DPK06||DPK72004 or DPK72004XCE|
|DPK72402, DPK72403||No Replacement|
|DPL, DPL220, DPLXTROY||No Replacement|
|DPF72401||DPMLP601 or DPN10601|
|MBC04161, MDM40001, MDM60001||MBC05641|
|MBC08081, MBC08161, MDM10001||MBC10641|
|MBC15161||MBC15081 or MBC158|
|MBL500, MBL511, MBL513, MBL521||MBL536|
|MLP07081-5-01, MLP08041, MLP08641, MLU10641||MLA10641|
|TM2310, TM3000, TM4000||TM4500|
IMPORTANT NOTES: The information provided herein was known to be accurate upon publication; however, specifications can change over time. Most of the Current Model #s are functional repalcements only and the differences could be substantial. Therefore, a customer must verify all critical parameters of an application before selecting a replacement product.
This Cross Reference List is offered to assist the customer in choosing Anaheim Automation products. However, any selection, quotation, or suggestion for any product, offered from Anaheim Automation's staff, its' representatives or distributors, are only to assist the customer. In all cases, determination of fitness of the product in a specific system application is solely the customers' responsibility. While every effort is made to offer solid advice, and to produce technical data and illustrations accurately, such advice and documents are for reference only. Anaheim Automation is in no event liable for indirect or consequential damages resulting from the use or application of any product. Improper use can result in personal injury or death, property damage, and/or economic loss.
Please be advised that experimentation is almost always necessary for motion control components because of dynamic changes in system friction and inertia, (load anomalies) that may be difficult to calculate. For example, a stepper motor resonance effects can also change when the stepper motor is coupled to its load. At Anaheim Automation, we encourage customers to experiment with several options for optimal system performance.