A06B-6093-H151 - Servo Amplifier - FANUC
This FANUC servo amplifier unit is reference A06B-6093-H151. Servo Amplifier SVU1-12 I / O module with fiber optic interface. BETA range.
Servo amplifier module : Input: 220-240V ~ (1PH) / 200-240V ~ (3PH) 5.1A (1PH) / 3.2A (3PH). Maximum output voltage: 240V ~. Rated output current: 3.2A
FANUC servo amplifier module reconditioned and tested on bench manufacturer (Test 100%).
The FANUC servo motor amplifier β series is available in two types: a PWM interface version and an I/O link interface version. FANUC servo motor amplifier β series (I/O link option) (servo amplifier unit (SVU)).
This servo amplifier β series is a single–axis control motor amplifier, suitable for positioning, and specifically designed to drive the FANUC AC servo motor b series.
The main features of servo amplifier b series are as follows:
(1) The servo amplifier β series is a low–cost, single–axis amplifier that is intended for positioning tasks.
(2) Some models support the PWM interface (type B), that is, FANUC’s standard amplifier interface, as well as the I/O interface incorporated in the CNC, Power Mate, and PLC.
(3) The amplifier unit features a footprint and volume that have been reduced by 60%, relative to the previous model.
(4) The amplifier unit has been designed to conform to the European VDE0160 safety standard, American UL standards, and Canadian CSA standards.
The β series servo amplifiers supporting the I/O link interface have the following features:
(1) Have a position control function as well as a set to facilitate control over peripheral devices such as turrets and ATCs.
(2) Can be connected to the Series 16/18/21, Power Mate PMC, and PLC via the I/O link, thereby facilitating positioning axis expansion.
(3) Have the same dimensions as those of the b series servo amplifiers supporting the PWM interface, despite the fact that they have a position control function.
(4) Enable the master CNC to set and display parameters, the current position, and diagnosis data.
(5) Support move commands that make movement synchronize with a train of external pulses, thereby enabling diverse use.
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.