A06B-0162-B175 - Servo Motor - FANUC
A06B-0162-B175 - Servo Motor - FANUC
A06B-0162-B175 - Servo Motor - FANUC
A06B-0162-B175 - Servo Motor - FANUC
A06B-0162-B175 - Servo Motor - FANUC
A06B-0162-B175 - Servo Motor - FANUC
A06B-0162-B175 - Servo Motor - FANUC
A06B-0162-B175 - Servo Motor - FANUC
A06B-0162-B175 - Servo Motor - FANUC
A06B-0162-B175 - Servo Motor - FANUC

A06B-0162-B175 - Servo Motor - FANUC

A06B-0162-B175
This Servo Motor A06B-0162-B175 and brand FANUC is a motor of the range Alpha, Model: aM6 / 3000

Output: 1.4kW, 6.0A, Frequency: 200Hz, 3000 RPM

This servo motor A06B-0162-B175 FANUC is at your disposal to replace your defective equipment and has a guarantee adapted to your needs.
State
  • Refurbished Supply
Warranty
€1,110.00

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The FANUC AC servo motor α series has been designed for machine tool feed axis applications. This servo motor α series has the following features:

The special magnetic pole shape minimizes torque ripples which, when combined with precise current control and accurate pulse coder feedback, enables extremely smooth motor rotation.

The use of a special rotor shape results in motors that are smaller and lighter than previous models, but which can develop a high level of torque. These motors, therefore, provide excellent acceleration characteristics.

A totally–enclosed, friction–free brushless design is used. This allows the servo motors to be used in demanding environments with no need for special checks or maintenance.

A low–indexing–error optical encoder (pulse coder) is built into the motors. This pulse coder enables precise positioning.
Pulse coders that output 65,536, or 1,000,000 pulses per rotation are available. As such, the
α series motors can be used for positioning applications ranging from simple positioning to those requiring a high degree of precision. (Available pulse coders vary with the series and model of the motor being used.)

The FANUC AC servo motor α series consists of the α , αM, αC, α (HV) series, and αM (HV), all of which are suitable general machine tool, control applications, and the αL series, designed for controlling machine tools that require frequent positioning operations, such as punch presses and PCB drilling machines.

Each of these series is further divided into the following models:

α series
α1/3000, α2/2000, α2/3000, α3/3000, α6/2000, α6/3000, α12/2000, α12/3000, α22/1500, α22/2000, α22/3000, α30/1200, α30/2000, α30/3000, α40/2000, α40/2000 (with fan), α65/2000, α100/2000, α150/2000, α300/2000, α400/2000

αM series
αM2/3000, αM2.5/3000, αM6/3000, αM9/3000, αM22/3000, αM30/3000, αM40/3000, αM40/3000 (with fan)

αL series
αL6/3000, αL9/3000, αL25/3000, αL50/2000

αC series,
αC3/2000, αC6/2000, αC12/2000, αC22/1500 

α(HV) series
α3/3000HV, α6/3000HV, α12/3000HV, α22/3000HV, a30/3000HV, α40/2000HV, α1000/2000HV

αM(HV) series
αM6/3000 (HV), αM9/3000 (HV), αM22/3000 (HV), αM30/3000 (HV), αM40/3000 (HV) 

Height
14 cm / 5,5 in
Width
13 cm / 5,1 in
Length
30 cm / 11,8 in
Weight
10 kg / 22 lbs
Family
FANUC ALPHA SERVO MOTEUR
Reference
A06B-0162-B175
Refurbished
3003070543061
300077011122

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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