A06B-6090-H003 SERVO AMP MODULE 12A
Part Name: SERVO AMP MODULE 12A
Part Number: A06B-6090-H003
SERVO AMP MODULE 12A
Even the best made servo amps can fail - often at the most inopportune times. Internal power and transistor modules, ICs and capacitors all have a limited service life. If your FANUC Servo Amp Module 12A is on the fritz because of any of those components, or others, Tri Star CNC Services can help.
We provide quick turnaround and quality work - at unbelievably good prices. All work is done in-house by our experienced technicians using only OEM-grade or better parts. We'll thoroughly clean your unit, replace any electrical parts known to have a high failure rate and test your unit to ensure it's up to FANUC specs.
If you prefer, you can send your malfunctioning unit to us for credit towards the purchase of a refurbished unit. Or if you know the exact parts you need, you can order those and install them yourself. Plus, once you're a customer of Tri Star CNC Services, you can take advantage of free technical support over the phone. This is great for those times when you think there's a problem with your equipment, but don't want to shut everything down to send it in for service. Often, we can walk you through a solution right over the phone.
At Tri Star CNC Services, we do whatever it takes to keep our FANUC repair customers happy. Give us a try and you will see.
Contact CNC repair specialists at Tri Star CNC for A06B-6090-H003 FANUC Alpha servo module repair.
Alarm & error codes
Tri Star CNC Services can provide you with more information on the meaning of your alarms. We will provide a fault diagnosis and a dependable 1-year warranty if you require FANUC servo repairs - or a new FANUC servo amplifier module or FANUC DC servo unit. Give us a call - phone support is FREE and we'll clearly define your options for parts repair or replacement:
|0||Unit is ready.|
|- (dash)||Unit is not ready and could be related to the unit or machine side cause.|
|1||DC voltage of the main circuit power supply is abnormally high.|
|2||Inverter: control power supply undervoltage.|
|3||DC voltage of the main circuit power supply is abnormally low or the circuit breaker is tripped.|
|4||Regenerative discharge energy is too high. - The regenerative discharge circuit is abnormal.|
|5||Average regenerative discharge energy is too high (too frequent acceleration/deceleration)–The transformer overheats.|
|7||MCC is faulty.|
|8||Abnormal current alarm (L axis)|
|8. (dot)||Inverter: IPM alarm (M axis)|
|9||Abnormal current alarm (L axis)|
|9. (dot)||Inverter: IPM alarm: (M axis)|
|b||Abnormally high current in the L–and M–axis motors|
|b. (dot)||IPM alarm for L and M axis axes.|