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    Question Fanuc velocity control A06b-6045-H005

    Hello everyone!!

    What controller can I use to control A 3 axis system With Fanuc GETTYS Model 20 DC servo motor.

    As i know the encoders are separate from motor, I mean they are not fitted on the shaft of the motor, they are after some gears.
    What interface can I use to control A06b 6045?
    Is it a complete servo drive, or just a velocity controller?
    What else do i need to connect my mill to computer?
    Also i need some wiring diagrams.

    Thank You beforehand.

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    FANUC A06B-6045-Hxxx Schematic Circuit diagram

    Quote Originally Posted by halogam View Post
    Hello everyone!!

    What controller can I use to control A 3 axis system With Fanuc GETTYS Model 20 DC servo motor.

    As i know the encoders are separate from motor, I mean they are not fitted on the shaft of the motor, they are after some gears.
    What interface can I use to control A06b 6045?
    Is it a complete servo drive, or just a velocity controller?
    What else do i need to connect my mill to computer?
    Also i need some wiring diagrams.

    Thank You beforehand.
    Try to search on eBay "FANUC A06B-6045-Hxxx Schematic Circuit diagram"
    You will see one seller sold the Maintenance manual and Schematic circuit and Wirring diagram of this Servo drive.
    Hope this can help you to make it live.



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