A06B-6059-H206 SPINDLE AMP AC SP-6S
Part Name: SPINDLE AMP AC SP-6S
Part Number: A06B-6059-H206
SPINDLE AMP AC SP-6S A06B-6059-H206
Your A06B-6059-H206 spindle amp is a critical component in your CNC machinery. If your AC SP-6 spindle amp is in need of repair, trust Tri Star CNC Services. Our goal is to get your machinery up and running again in the least amount of time. Our experienced technicians who make quick and efficient FANUC repairs to minimize downtime and your cost out of pocket.
When you work with us, you get highly experienced technicians who have spent many years performing FANUC repairs of crucial parts such as servo drives, spindle amps, power supplies, servo motors and much more. The technicians here specialize in FANUC and GE FANUC parts. We offer quick turnaround times and the best prices in the business.
Spindle amp repairs are all done in house at our facility in McHenry, Illinois. Once we have your part, we run it through extensive testing to determine the problem and perform immediate repairs. We clean it thoroughly and replace any electrical component known to have a high failure rate at no additional charge. During the repair, we only use OEM or better parts to live up to our reputation of quality FANUC repairs. We also fully test your part on a fully closed loop to ensure its performing up to our high standards.
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ALARMS & ERROR CODES
When a FANUC digital spindle amplifier alarm is thrown chances are you'll need support from professionals experienced in FANUC component repairs. Give us a call - phone support is FREE and we'll clearly define your options for parts repair or replacement:
|01||Spindle motor over temp.|
|02||Actual motor speed is largely deviated from the commanded speed.|
|03||Faulty regen circuit or DC link circuit is faulty|
|04||Detected that the 3-phase input has an open phase.|
|05||AF2 or AF3 fuse blown.|
|09||Heat sink is overheated.|
|11||DC link overvoltage.|
|12||Excessively large current flowed into the DC link of the main circuit.|
|13||Memory inside the CPU is faulty.|
|15||Option alarm, possible spindle switch/output switch sequence faulty.|
|16||The memory (RAM) is faulty.|
|18||ROM sum check alarm|
|19||The offset voltage of the phase U current detection circuit is excessively high.|
|20||The offset voltage of the phase V current detection circuit is excessively high.|
|21||VCMD offset alarm|
|22||TSA offset alarm|
|23||ER offset alarm|