Below is a product video for an A06B-6117-H205 Fanuc Amp unit that we have in stock and ready to ship out the same day the order is placed. This servo amp has been fully tested and the specs for it are below along with the manual number.
Rated Input: 283-339V, 5kW
Maximum Output Voltage: 240V~
Rated Output Current:
L axis: 6.5A
M axis: 6.5A
Manual No.: B-65282
This amplifier unit is a direct replacement for the A06B-6114-H205 Fanuc amp and can be substituted in for the 6114 version with no setup changes to your current machine. Here are all of our FANUC Servo Amps.
Here is a video of one of the many Fanuc AC motors that we have in stock, and this one is the Fanuc A06B-0075-B503 Motor. This is an AC Fanuc motor that has a brake and a keyway already installed. At 22.85lbs and 8.1 X 15.3 X 6.5 inches, this is one of the smaller motors that Fanuc manufactures. The motor in the video is brand new and comes in the original factory packaging, we only took it out of the packaging to get a video of it. If you are looking to get your old motor repaired, we do also offer a repair service for these AC motors with a standard turnaround of 3-5 days.
If you’re also trying to figure out if your motor is bad you can check out this other blog post that we put up to show some basic steps for testing your motor. The page is here, it has some useful steps to go through to confirm that your motor is causing your problem.
Just as a side note, we often get questions as to what the differences between Schneider Electric, Modicon, Square D, and Telemecanique are. Modicon, Square D, and Telemecanique were all bought by Schneider Electric over the years and their products are all now manufactured by Schneider. A full history of the Schneider Electric acquisitions is available on Wikipedia here.
Back to the CPU, if you are looking for the general description or the technical specs, here is a link to the PDF listed on Graybar’s website. The predecessor to this CPU is the 140CPU43412, where the 140CPU43412A is functional identicial to the non-“A” version, the only differences being that if you are using multiple units in a hot standby system you need to use either two 140CPU43412 units or two 140CPU43412A units, and the “A” version has a unique flash executive which isn’t interchangeable. We have another blog post detailing the differences here.
Below we have a video of the product itself to help with anyone who is looking for replacement. For pricing or any other questions give us a call a 800-691-8511 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To highlight some of the products that we have in stock and service we’ve decided to start uploading videos of the individual products. Here is a look at the Fanuc A06B-6066-H008 Servo Amp that we have in stock. The unit has been recently refurbished, is fully tested and is ready to ship out today if need be. We also offer repair on these servo amplifier units with a standard turnaround of 3-5 days.