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    Question Fanuc A06B-6088-H222 Spindle Drive

    I am at home, with no reference books and a friend has asked about a problem he currently has on site.

    He is working on a machine with a Fanuc A06B-6088-H222 spindle drive with "--" in it's dispaly.

    Am I correct in saying that the drive is not enabled, and that the drive's internal relay has not energised via a voltage that should be applied to the drives enabling terminals? (Pins 3 & 4 at 100Vac?)

    And if 100Vac is applied, then the internal relay may be faulty?

    Or am getting confused with another drive system?

    Richard

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    Default Re: Fanuc A06B-6088-H222 Spindle Drive

    Richard,
    This is by no means my area of expertise but what I do know is if you have the – in the drive display then the drive is not enabled.

    Stevo
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    Default Re: Fanuc A06B-6088-H222 Spindle Drive

    Thanks Stevo, I'll let you know how he got on
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    As promised, a report back from my friend, pasted below...
    -------------------------------------------------------------------
    "Hi Dick, I got back to the Chiron job today,

    *ESPB (g8.4) and MRDYA (g70.7) were both on - ok

    Couldnt see SFRA or SRVA but found a couple of paired networks close by spattered with M3 and M4 interlocks.

    R567.3 looked like it could be SFRA off
    R567.4 looked like it could be SRvA off

    After a quick dance through the plc found that clamped and unclamped proxys for the tool change grippers were both on,
    what a relief , sorted that out and the pheonix rose .. till next time

    Thanks to all, take the rest of the day off , Mark"
    -------------------------------------------------------------------
    thank you!
    Rich

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    Default Re: Fanuc A06B-6088-H222 Spindle Drive

    Sorry for the late response Rich as I have been out of town for a bit. I am glad to see that it worked out. Thank you for coming back and posting with the problem was. It will help others greatly.

    Stevo
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