A16B-3200-0450 - CPU Board - FANUC
A16B-3200-0450 - CPU Board - FANUC
A16B-3200-0450 - CPU Board - FANUC
A16B-3200-0450 - CPU Board - FANUC
A16B-3200-0450 - CPU Board - FANUC
A16B-3200-0450 - CPU Board - FANUC
A16B-3200-0450 - CPU Board - FANUC
A16B-3200-0450 - CPU Board - FANUC

A16B-3200-0450 - CPU Board - FANUC

A16B-3200-0450

This FANUC CPU board reference A16B-3200-0450/07G is designed to equip FANUC robots.

This CPU LR-Mate card is used to integrate the CPU module, the axis card and the From/Sram module.

This card A16B-3200-0450 is at your disposal to replace your defective equipment and has a guarantee of operation adapted to your needs.

In stock, ready to ship.
State
  • Refurbished Service Exchange
  • Refurbished Supply
Warranty
€540.00

System options

Exchange service with a refurbished unit

Standard Exchange Service

Reconditioned and tested systems

From 6 to 12
month warranty

Exchange service with a new unit

Standard Exchange Service

New systems

From 12 to 24
month warranty

Supply of a refurbished unit

Supply Service

Reconditioned and tested systems

From 6 to 12
month warranty

Supply of a new unit

Supply Service

New systems

From 12 to 24
month warranty

For parts only

Supply Service

Sold for parts – no warranty

Repair

Repair service

Repair will be made to damaged and defectiv units

From 3 to 18
month warranty

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The CNC control unit consists of the control unit rack, the power unit and printed circuit boards installed in the rack.
On top of the rack is a cooling fan motor. At the rear there is a back plane in which the printed circuit boards are pluged. As shown in the figure below, the upper cover of the control rack opens providing access to the fan motor for possible replacement.

The power unit is installed in the slot closest to the right edge of the rack. The PMC board is inserted into the second slot from the right rack edge. The main CPU board is inserted into the third slot from the right rack edge.
When sub CPU board (or editional axis board) is inserted, it is inserted into the fourth slot from the right rack edge. The remaining other slots are used for option boards. The sequence order of the option boards in the option slots makes no difference in the CNC operation. However, in order to avoid confusion, option boards are inserted according to kinds of the boards.

At the front of a printed circuit board, the interface connectors and LED display are installed and a plastic front panel is attached. There is also a connector attached at the rear edge of the printed circuit board for connecting to the F–BUS back plane.

The modules are small printed circuit boards with surface mount devices mounted on both sides. One edge of each module board has connector electrodes. Module boards are attached by inserting them in the module connectors on the printed circuit board, simplifying the replacement of the module boards. There are a number of modules types available and the circuit function for each is different. Therefore, the connector location for installing each module on the printed circuit board is fixed. If a module is not installed in the correct connector, the system may fail to operate correctly and the circuitry of the control unit or the module itself may be damaged.

However, some modules (ROM, SRAM, etc.) are interchangeable with respect to the signal assignment, enabling the insertion of the module to the connector of the interchangeable module.

Height
17 cm / 6,6 in
Width
12 cm / 4,7 in
Length
38 cm / 14,9 in
Weight
1,1 kg / 2,4 lbs
Family
ROBOT FANUC RJ3
Reference
A16B-3200-0450
Refurbished
3004952338546
300280361588

FANUC is a Japanese manufacturer of industrial robots, machining centers and numerical controls for machine tools

Since its creation in 1956, when the company’s founder, Dr. Seiuemon Inaba, introduced the concept of digital controls, FANUC has always been at the forefront of manufacturing techniques in the world. Moving from the automation of a single machine in the late 1950s to the automation of entire production lines over the following decades.

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