Instructions for Installing PCB to A06B-6052-H001/4 and more

The following is a list of instructions for installing the these Spindle Drives:

With the A16B-1100-0080 Spindle Drive PCB.

This guide covers the same installation procedure for the following parts:

spindle drive pcb


  1. Make sure the jumpers on the new spindle PCB match the jumpers on your old spindle PCB.
  2. Check to see the status of the 200/230 voltage switch on the old spindle PCB and set it to the same setting on the new spindle drive. You can locate the switch underneath the lid on smaller drives.
  3. Remove the software chip on the old spindle drive and install it into the new one.
  4. If you used a DAC chip in your old spindle, you can can remove it from your old spindle PCB and install it into your new one.

It is very important to follow the manual and make sure that the chips and cards you are moving around are installed correctly. For instance, if you were to incorrectly install the software chips, not only would the display not show anything, you are leaving open the possibilities for a short and causing yourself even more trouble.

Sometimes you may not have the necessary equipment to make a diagnosis on your motor, but we do. MRO Electric and Supply offers high quality repair services on all motors and spindle drives so you don’t have to worry about it. Please take a look at our website to see all available brands and parts we can service for you. Our rebuilds for these size drives usually only take 2-3 days, which includes rebuilding the part, painting the part, and fully testing the part to ensure top quality. By getting your part back to you as soon as possible, you are able to minimize downtime, and by doing the job right you can have peace of mind knowing that your FANUC drive will now work properly and not be the reason for downtime in the future.

MRO Electric and Supply has new and refurbished FANUC CNC parts available. For more information, please call 800-691-8511 or email

Brian Hughes

Brian Hughes is a passionate electrical and content developer for MRO Electric. His main interests are in analog circuit design and solid state physics. Brian's professional background includes working on power system designs for commercial and industrial projects.

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