A06B-6059-H002#H509 SPINDLE AMP AC SP-15/15000 RPM
Part Name: SPINDLE AMP AC SP-15/15000 RPM
Part Number: A06B-6059-H002#H509
SPINDLE AMP AC SP-15/15000 RPM A06B-6059-H002#H509
After many years of constant use, spindle amps wear down, and you are left with a choice: to repair or exchange your spindle amp. Even high quality FANUC units fail after years of use. To get your units up and running, call Tri Star CNC Services. You might be surprised by the fast turnaround time of your spindle amp repair.
Whether you're looking to repair or exchange, the first step is sending your part to us. Once we have your spindle amp, our technicians quickly diagnose the problem, make swift FANUC repairs and do a thorough cleaning. We also replace electrical components with a high rate of failure at no extra charge. Tri Star CNC Services only uses OEM or better quality parts when repairing your A06B-6059-H002# SP-15/15000.
We understand you need the part as quickly as possible. Downtime means less money for your business. This is why we've built an efficient process to repair your part. But, before we send the unit back to you, we test it on a closed loop to ensure it is operating correctly. Rest assured, with Tri Star CNC Services, your part is repaired and delivered as fast as possible.
Repair or exchange services comes with a one year parts and labor warranty on the complete assembly. Working with Tri Star CNC Services means quality work, great prices and an unmatched warranty.
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|