I have access to several Fanuc servo motors and amplifiers, I am wanting to use these to replace my BP Boss steppers. Could someone help me figure out what models I need? Here is the list of what is available:
A06B-0854-B390 - quantity 2
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
If you try to make everything idiot proof, someone will just breed a better idiot!
Some of the Fanuc drives directly rectify 3 phase AC to DC via a complex interface system. It is quite complexly integrated to the Fanuc M/B's and not real easy to retrofit to anything.
Depends if you have Fanuc DC brush or AC servo motors.
If they are DC motors with encoders, they'll readily integrate to a suitable DC servo amp. Ditto that with the encoder interface. If they have resolvers and velocity feedback, more complexity that isn't really fund to deal with DIY.
A Fanuc model 0, 5 and 10 servo is DC. My model 0's are about 100 volts and 15 amps. Don't know about the rest.
Take the motor p/n's and search the web. You might also try to contact Glenn Rowe at Billor Ent (they have a website) as he's real sharp with Fanuc stuff.