A06B-6059-H206 - AC Spindle Amplifier - FANUC
This AC Spindle amplifier A06B-6059-H206 and brand FANUC is a drive (6S). This drive belongs to the FANUC S series range.
Digital model - Fanuc S Series Spindle Servo Unit. Fanuc 0MC, 0TC, 12, 16, 18, 21 controls.
This drive A06B-6059-H206 Fanuc is at your disposal to replace your defective equipment and has a guarantee adapted to your needs.
FANUC 30i / 300is / 300i Series, FANUC 31i / 310is / 310i A5 Series, FANUC 31i / 310is / 310i Series, FANUC 31i / 310is / 310i Series, FANUC 32i / 320is / 320i Series.
Number of controlled axes
- Series 30i / 300is / 300i: 32 maximum
- Series 31i / 310is / 310i A5: 20 maximum
- Series 31i / 310is / 310i: 20 maximum
- Series 32i / 320is / 320i: 9 maximum
Number of axes controlled by spindle
- Series 30i / 300is / 300i: 8 maximum
- Series 31i / 310is / 310i A5: 6 maximum
- Series 31i / 310is / 310i: 6 maximum
- Series 32i / 320is / 320i: 2 maximum
- α series amplifier, α series pin amplifier, α series power supply module, αi series servo amplifier, βi series servo amplifier, αi series pin amplifier, αi series pin amplifier
- α series servomotor
- α series spindle motor
- Servomotor series β
- Servo motor series αi
- αi series spindle motor
- Servo motor series αis
- servo motor series βis
- Lis series linear motor
I / O
- I / O Unit (I / O Link)
- Double control security software option
The detectors below can be used.
Power pin detector
-Pulsecoder αA1000, αA64,
αA16000i, αA1000i, αI1000i, αA64i
- βA64B, βA32B
- βI64B, βI32B
- Detector type separated (A quard B)
- M sensor, MZ sensor, BZ sensor, Mi sensor, MZi sensor, MZi sensor, BZi sensor, CZi sensor.
High resolution serial output circuit
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.