A06B-6088-H326 -  Spindle Amplifier Module - FANUC
A06B-6088-H326 -  Spindle Amplifier Module - FANUC
A06B-6088-H326 -  Spindle Amplifier Module - FANUC
A06B-6088-H326 -  Spindle Amplifier Module - FANUC
A06B-6088-H326 -  Spindle Amplifier Module - FANUC
A06B-6088-H326 -  Spindle Amplifier Module - FANUC
A06B-6088-H326 -  Spindle Amplifier Module - FANUC
A06B-6088-H326 -  Spindle Amplifier Module - FANUC

A06B-6088-H326 - Spindle Amplifier Module - FANUC

A06B-6088-H326

This FANUC spindle drive, reference A06B-6088-H326#H500 is a Spindle Amplifier Module. Belongs to Fanuc Alpha SPM-26 range.

Alpha Fanuc series type 1 : Input : 283-325V, 29.8kW, output voltage : 230V ~ rated output current  : 111A

This A06B-6088-H326#H500 is at your disposal to replace your defective hardware and has a warranty adapted to your needs.

In stock, ready to ship.
State
  • Refurbished Service Exchange
  • Refurbished Supply
Warranty
€4,180.00

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Standard Exchange Service

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From 6 to 12
month warranty

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From 12 to 24
month warranty

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From 6 to 12
month warranty

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From 12 to 24
month warranty

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Sold for parts – no warranty

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Repair will be made to damaged and defectiv units

From 3 to 18
month warranty

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The spindle amplifier module drives a spindle motor. Select a spindle amplifier module according to the spindle motor being used.

There are three types of spindle amplifier module, as follows:

(1) Spindle amplifier module (SPM)
This module drives a spindle motor of the 200–V input series.

(2) Spindle amplifier module (SPMC)
This module drives the aC series spindle motor.

(3) Spindle amplifier module (SPM–HV)
This module drives a spindle motor of the 400V input series.

A servo motor detector signal is sent via the servo amplifier and is applied to the CNC through the FSB interface. Then, it is fed to two CPUs: a CNC CPU and a monitor CPU.

A spindle motor detector signal is sent via the spindle amplifier and is applied to the CNC connected through the serial interface. Then, it is fed to two CPUs: a CNC CPU and a CPU built into the spindle amplifier. 

- α series servo amplifier
- α series spindle amplifier
- α series power supply module - αi series servo amplifier
- αi series spindle amplifier
- αi series power supply module 

The CNC outputs a DO notifying of an alarm. If necessary, the spindle should be stopped. Because the DO output is not duplicated, this DO may not be output when a single failure is detected. In that case, the speed cannot be reduced, but the MCC is finally shut off and brought into the safe stop state.
If a spindle amplifier alarm or any other state in which the spindle motor cannot be controlled is encountered, immediate power-down is carried out. 

Except FSSB I/O module, the hardware installation such as field wiring, power supply, etc. should be referred to connection manual (B-63003EN) for CNC units and (B-65162E) for servo amplifier. EMC problem should be referred to EMC guideline manual (A- 72937/E). 

Degree of IP protection:
Servo Motors: IP55
Spindle Motors: IP54 with oil-seal, IP40 without oil-seal Servo and Spindle amplifiers: IP1x
CNC and other accessories: Ipxx 

Height
38 cm / 14,9 in
Width
15 cm / 5,9 in
Length
30,7 cm / 12,09 in
Weight
10,5 kg / 23,1 lbs
Family
FANUC - SPM HRV TYPE II
Reference
A06B-6088-H326
Refurbished
3006837821747
300044995080

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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