A06B-6059-H002#H501 SPINDLE AMP AC SP-1
Part Name: SPINDLE AMP AC SP-1
Part Number: A06B-6059-H002#H501
SPINDLE AMP AC SP-1 A06B-6059-H002#H501
When your spindle amp AC SP-1 part #A06B-6059-H002#H501 needs to be replaced or repaired, rely on Tri Star CNC Services for timely FANUC repairs. 90 years of combined experience has given us the experience necessary to solve any problems you're having with a spindle amp on your CNC machine. There is no problem we can't solve when it comes to malfunctioning FANUC, GE FANUC CNC equipment or spindle amplifiers.
Once your malfunctioning part is in our facility in Illinois, the part can be quickly diagnosed for repairs. If there is any small electrical components with a high rate of failure, Tri Star CNC services will repair it at no extra cost. All spindle amp repairs are done in house and is led by one of our founders who has spent 15 years working with FANUC components.
Your part is an essential function to your manufacturing processes. We understand this, and quickly repair and test your part on a closed loop. The quicker we ship the product back to you, the less downtime you experience. This provides our customers with a seamless experience. At any point in one year's time, if your part is not performing well, contact us. We provide 1-year parts and labor warranties on the entire assembly repair.
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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|