A06B-6047-H005 SERVO UNIT DC 30MH
Part Name: SERVO UNIT DC 30MH
Part Number: A06B-6047-H005
SERVO UNIT DC 30MH A06B-6047-H005
Has the fateful day finally arrived? Is your Fanuc DC 30MH Servo Unit sitting idle while you scramble to find a repair shop you can trust to get it running again?
Over the years, TriStar CNC Services has quietly become a trusted resource for CNC shops and industries all across America. Unlike many repair operations, we don't outsource our work. All repairs are done in-house at our Illinois facility. Our repair technicians have extensive experience with GE FANUC equipment and treat every repair job as a priority.
When it comes to being thorough with a A06B-6047-H005 repair, no one comes close to TriStar CNC Services. Your unit will be repaired with OEM or better parts and any electrical components known to have a high failure rate will be replaced (at no cost to you). We'll also thoroughly clean and test your unit before shipping it back to you with a full one-year parts and labor warranty on the entire DC 30MH unit!
Of course, you can also opt to trade your non functioning Fanuc DC 30MH Servo Unit for a fully refurbished unit. You will be credited a fair price for your old unit towards the cost of a refurbished one, and you will get a working servo unit faster than if you opt for repair. It will cost more, of course, but not nearly as much as if you were to purchase a new one.
At TriStar CNC Services, our goal is simple: To provide the BEST in Fanuc service and repair. Try us one time and you'll see why our loyal customers are convinced we've accomplished that goal.
ALARMS & ERROR CODES
When a FANUC DC 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:
|BRK||Breaker has tripped.|
|HVAL L/M||DC voltage of the power circuit for that axis is high.|
|HCAL L/M||High current flow of the main circuit of that axis has occurred.|
|OVC L/M||Current exceeding the preset value has continued longer than normal.|
|LVAL||The circuit voltage is unusually low.|
|TGLS L/M||Feedback and velocity command mismatch.|
|DCAL||The regenerative discharge circuit may be faulty.|