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The Fanuc servo amplifier βi series SVM A06B-6130-H002 is part of a system consisting of three basic modules and two optional modules. Configuration consists of a servo amp, an AC line filter, connectors, fuses, and power transformer modules. Connected to a CNC or similar host module through the 128 DI and 128 DO of the I/O link. The servo amp host uses the ladder program to send commands to the servo amp unit. The interface monitors the status. The instruction command goes to the servo amp module and the response command goes to the host unit, such as a CNC. These products are manufactured in Japan and are designed for Commodity production, advanced machining, and CNC milling usage. They come with a 2-year warranty from MRO Electric. We also carry Servo Amplifiers from other manufacturers such as Siemens and Control Techniques.
The I/O link used by the Fanuc A06B-6130-H002 communicates with the interface area which is split into two sectors. One of the interface areas is the signal area. The signal area is where the reset and alarm signals are located. The second interface area is the command code area. The command code area moves commands and monitors status command code. The interface serves several functions that it communicates to the Fanuc A06B-6130-H002. It is able to directly read/write the signal and uses it to select the proper interface mode as well as other things such as start and stop operations and monitors for conditions that trigger alarms. Using the information gleaned from the interface, the servo amp is informed by commands issued by linking function code and command data. Basically, the interface transfers the data to and from the servo amp. It does this through the implementation of two operation modes.
The two interface operation modes that communicate to the Fanuc A06B-6130-H002 are the peripheral equipment control and direct command. How is the mode selected? The DRC signal in the signal area informs the choice. The direct command interface issues command to the servo amp such as positioning operation. It can also issue other commands such as wait, perimeter read/write, and diagnosis data commands. Many servo amp operations can be implemented with the direct command interface. The other interface is the peripheral equipment control interface. It is able to send commands that manipulate the peripheral machine tool equipment. This affects positioning operations such as axis clamp and unclamp, which it can do with a simple command. If a ladder program is already available this is a useful interface.
How do you know which interface control is communicating with the Fanuc servo amp? The “0” DRC signal indicates the peripheral equipment control interface is selected and the DRC “1” indicates that the direct command interface is selected. Under normal circumstances, the interface switching does not occur when the power is on, but if it becomes necessary, the host can switch the interface. It does this by sending a DRC signal.
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