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ewing machine servo motor,
electric servo motor
FANUC A06B-0123-B175 SERVO MOTOR 4.6AMPS 3000RPM A3/3000
ac servo motor
FANUC Amplifier ALPHA i series
Featuring power source regeneration and low power loss devices, this is the energy efficient solution. Built
using a modular structure with αiPS (power supply), αiSP (spindle amplifier) and αiSV (servo amplifier),
these models come with built-in leakage detection functionality and a safe torque off function in the servo
and spindle amplifier. Maintenance is easy. Replacing the circuit board and fan does not require
FANUC Amplifier Beta i series
The cost effective solution with an integrated power supply. This range comes with a servo amplifier for up
to two axes or as compact spindle plus servo amplifier unit for one spindle and up to three servo axes.
Benefiting from low power loss, they also feature a safe torque off function. Maintenance is easy and
replacing the circuit board and fan does not require disassembly. There is a servo amplifier suitable for
auxiliary axes, and with the βiSVSP / βiSVSPc models makes a very affordable choice for small and
medium size compact lathe machines.
1. Power failure backup for complete safety
If a power outage occurs, Power Failure Backup Modules (PFBM) provide sufficient energy for a safe stop
and/or retraction of the spindle and servo axes. This prevents damage to tooling, the machine as well as
to workpieces. Features include gravity-axis drop prevention, stop distance reduction, retraction
(maintaining axis synchronisation) and prevention of spindle free-run.
2. 100% FANUC-built quality for superior productivity
All FANUC motors and amplifiers are developed, manufactured and tested to perfection in-house at
FANUC Japan. The results are superior functional reliability and the highest levels of machine runtime.
3. Smart energy savings
FANUC's Energy Charge Module (ECM) is a smart function for storing and utilising regenerative energy in
situations where there is insufficient peak capacity to supply large servomotors during acceleration.
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