A06B-6058-H225 SV AMP S DUAL 4, 3-0S & 2, 1-0S/3K
Part Name: SV AMP S DUAL 4, 3-0S & 2, 1-0S/3K
Part Number: A06B-6058-H225
SV AMP S DUAL 4, 3-0S & 2, 1-0S/3K A06B-6058-H225
The A06B-6058-H225 Servo amplifier monitors the signal between the control panel and servo motor, amplifying the signal to make the motor operate properly. When this device malfunctions, it may blow fuses, sound off OC and IOC alarms or even begin smoking. You need experienced CNC component repair professionals to swiftly replace your non-working FANUC or GE FANUC parts to get your machinery back up and running.
Tri Star CNC is your partner for all FANUC and GE FANUC component repairs. We treat your repairs like an emergency even if it isn't one. One phone call, and our technicians will get out to your facility, take your broken or malfunctioning components back to our testing headquarters in McHenry, Illinois and test it on a closed loop. Once we've determined if the part needs replacing, we either order a new working OEM part or engineer one of our own. Whatever option comes at a lower cost.
Our independent service organization doesn't turn to any third party to expedite our FANUC or GE FANUC repair services. When you work with us, you work with only us. We offer free technical support over the phone, and provide a 1 year warranty promising no defects on our replacement parts. The warranty covers more than just parts and labor; within a year of installation, we will perform a complete assembly repair.
When you need quick and reliable CNC repair services, look no further than Tri Star CNC Services. Our CNC repair professionals limit downtime and get your machinery back on the right track.
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.|