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The Crab Pulsar(PSR 0531+21) was observed by the four Narrow Field Instruments on board the Italian-Dutch satellite BeppoSAX on August and September 1996, during the Science Verificado Phase. The fine time resolution (15 μs) and the high statistic of the data provided phase histogram of very good quality, well suited for phase resolved spettroscopy over the entire energy band (0.1-300 keV) covered by BeppoSAX payload. In this contribution we present preliminary results of the spectra distribution of the peaks and the inter peak region. Moreover, we also carried out a detailed analysis of the P1 shape and the behaviour of the P2/P1 ratio with the energy.