A06B-6090-H002 SERVO AMP MODULE 4A
Part Name: SERVO AMP MODULE 4A
Part Number: A06B-6090-H002
SERVO AMP MODULE 4A
Your FANUC Servo Amp Module 4a has served you well. Like all sophisticated CNC equipment, however, it will need servicing. The internal power and transistor modules, ICs and capacitors can and do fail. When they do, Tri Star CNC Services will get you back up and running quickly and cost effectively.
The engineering staff at Tri Star CNC has over 90 years of combined experience in the repair of electronic controls and machine tools. All electronic parts repairs are done in-house on closed loop systems, and every repaired unit is fully tested before sending it back out to a customer. In addition, once you're a customer of Tri Star CNC, you can take advantage of free tech support over the phone if you ever have a question or problem with your unit.
When we repair a Servo Amp Module 4a, the replacement parts we use are equal to or better than OEM spec parts. We'll thoroughly clean the unit to remove any buildup of dust inside the unit and replace any electrical components known to have a high failure rate.
No one else offers FANUC Servo Amp repairs as comprehensive or as reasonably priced as Tri Star CNC Services. With fast turnaround times, low prices and quality work, Tri Star CNC is your best choice for servo amp module repair work.
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.|