How Many times have you looked at the front of a Fanuc Power supply A06B-6087 and wondered what something is, or been in the process of working on a unit and just couldn’t remember which port is input and which is output? Now you don’t have to wonder.
Some people just don’t have the time to rummage through a 600-700 page manual to find the answers they are looking for, so we decided to put it together for you.
Using the image at the top of the page, we will break down each section by number:
1. DC Link Terminal Board: DC Buss/Link connection
2. Status LED
3. CX1A (top left connector): 200VAC input connector, logic power input, single phase 200 VAC
CX1B (top right connector): 200VAC output connector
CX2A (bottom left connector): 24VDC output connector
CX2B (bottom right connector): 24VDC output connector
4. JX1B: Output connector for interface between modules- Power supply to drive communication
5. CX3MCC (left connector): connector for main power MCC control signal
CX4ESP (right connector): connector for esp signal, Emergency stop signal
S1/S2– Regeneration Phase switch (Factory set to S1), regen setting
6. Check Pin: Test Points
Detailed functions of check pin
IR : Waveform of R–phase input current
IS : Waveform of S–phase input current
+24V : +24V power supply
+5V : +5V power supply
0V : 0V
7. L1, L2, L3: Terminal names for terminal block for motor power line- L1, L2, L3- High Voltage input, 3 phase 230 VAC or 460 VAC Depending on the model
The two connections to the right of L1, L2, L3 are terminal block for motor power lines- Ground connections.
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