A16B-2201-0101 - Memory Card- FANUC
A16B-2201-0101 - Memory Card- FANUC
A16B-2201-0101 - Memory Card- FANUC
A16B-2201-0101 - Memory Card- FANUC
A16B-2201-0101 - Memory Card- FANUC
A16B-2201-0101 - Memory Card- FANUC
A16B-2201-0101 - Memory Card- FANUC
A16B-2201-0101 - Memory Card- FANUC

A16B-2201-0101 - Memory Card- FANUC

A16B-2201-0101

This FANUC A16B-2201-0101 memory card is at your disposal.

Memory card for FANUC 0 series C and D series digital controllers for serial pins. Card with fiber optic connector.

This Fanuc A16B-2201-0101 memory card comes with a warranty.

In stock, ready to ship.
State
  • Refurbished Service Exchange
  • Refurbished Supply
Warranty
€850.00

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From 6 to 12
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From 12 to 24
month warranty

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month warranty

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month warranty

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From 3 to 18
month warranty

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The following instructions are for the installation of additional SRAM for Fanuc Series 0-A, 0-B, 0-C and 0-D controls.
The 0-A control can be upgraded 48K (120 meters), while the 0-B, 0-C, 0-D and the Amada 0- 4PC controls can be upgraded with 128K (320 meters).
The SRAM based memory is located in sockets on either the Main CPU board (0-A and 0-B) or on the Memory Card (0-C, 0-D and 0-4PC) as illustrated on pages 4 and 5. The supplied IC’s (integrated circuits) will be used to add to the existing SRAM on these boards.
These instructions will assist you in completing the memory upgrade for your Fanuc 0 Series control. Please read through this document completely to familiarize yourself with the installation before actually performing your upgrade.

The installation of the SRAM modules should be conducted with care. Never install or remove a board with the control power on (the main power can be on, but not the control). Take care with the handling of the integrated circuits, as they are static sensitive. Do not place the IC’s in any other sockets than as per pages 4 and 5. Do not force, drop or otherwise mishandle the modules during the installation procedure and always check the functionality of the machine at the end of the installation (i.e. move the axes, perform a tool change, run a program, etc.).

For a Fanuc Series 0 upgrades it is very important that you have a hard copy back-up of all your control’s critical parameters. The following instructions will assist you in dumping a majority of the Fanuc’s parameters to a PC to be saved. However, it is still advised to keep or make, if you haven’t already, a written copy of ALL the critical parameters. You can use the Parameter Sheets in the Appendix of this manual to write down all Settings, PC and Diagnostics parameters. All of the Diagnostic parameters between D300 and D600 must be written down here. If you have a Fanuc 0C, you can serially download the PMC Diagnostic parameters. Be sure that all of the files you downloaded have been successfully recorded and saved on your computer before performing the upgrade to your control. Otherwise you will have no choice but to enter ALL parameters by hand in MDI. 

Height
5 cm / 1,9 in
Width
36 cm / 14,1 in
Length
17 cm / 6,6 in
Weight
0,5 kg / 1 lb
Family
FANUC SERIE 0
Reference
A16B-2201-0101
Refurbished
3007171852633
300860088447

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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