A06B-6140-H026 - Power Supply Module - FANUC
This power supply module A06B-6140-H026 Alpha Fanuc is at your disposal. FANUC αi PS 26 range, category : αi PS series.
Input: 200-240V, 106A, 50.60Hz, 3-ph. Output: 283-339V, 29.8kW
This Alpha Fanuc A06B-6140-H026 power supply module is sold with a warranty.
Reconditioned power supply and tested under full load (test duration) on FANUC bench
The αi PS series power supplies are used as a main power supply of motor power and as a common power supply to supply control power to servo amplifiers. Select an appropriate Power Supply according to the output levels of the servo motor and spindle motor used.
There are three types of αi PS series, as follows:
<1> 200-V input series
This Power Supply is designed to provide a main power supply of 200 to 240 V. The module uses power regeneration that returns energy to the power supply during motor deceleration (regeneration).
<2> 400-V input series
This Power Supply can be connected to a main power supply of 400 to 480V without a transformer. The module uses power regeneration that returns energy to the power supply during motor deceleration (regeneration). It is used together with a αi SV series and αi SP series of the 400-V input series.
<3> αi PSR series
This Power Supply is designed to provide a main power supply of 200 to 240 V. The module uses resistance regeneration that allows energy to be consumed by resistance during motor deceleration (regeneration).
<4> Regenerative discharge unit
This unit is a resistance used to consume energy during motor deceleration (regeneration). This unit is required whenever the αi PSR is used.
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.