A06B-6058-H224 SV SERVO UNIT DIG.2AXES 0S/5S,10S
Part Name: SV SERVO UNIT DIG.2AXES 0S/5S,10S
Part Number: A06B-6058-H224
SV SERVO UNIT DIG.2AXES 0S/5S,10S A06B-6058-H224
When your #A06B-6058-H224 servo unit is malfunctioning or broken, your CNC machinery is stalled and cannot keep producing custom metal components. Your production line is in a standstill, and you're losing money. You need reliable professional repair services to get your machinery back up and running.
Enter Tri Star CNC Services. We are your partner in all things CNC. We provide component level repairs on all of your CNC components, such as servo units, I/O boards, power supplies and spindle amps. Our FANUC repair professionals understand every minute wasted means dollars lost. We work around the clock to ensure your malfunctioning parts are examined, tested, diagnosed and repaired/replaced quickly and efficiently.
You know you get the quickest service from Tri Star because we are an independent service organization, meaning we don't work with any third parties to get your FANUC or GE FANUC parts repaired. We bring your broken or malfunctioning equipment back to our testing facility in McHenry, Illinois and test the part on a closed loop. Once we've determined the source of the problem, we either replace using a replacement OEM part or engineer our own from our own materials—whatever has a lower cost.
A worn down or non-working servo unit threatens the integrity of the connection between the servo motor and the control board. Our CNC repair experts have over 90 collective years of experiencing repairing highly complex CNC systems and getting your production back on track. Trust in the repair experts at Tri Star.
ALARMS & ERROR CODES
When a FANUC AC servo 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:
|HCN||High current alarm N axis.|
|HCL||High current alarm L axis.|
|HCM||High current alarm M axis.|
|HV||High voltage alarm.|
|LV||Low voltage alarm.|