Conecting old fanuc dc drive

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Re: Conecting old fanuc dc drive

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Re: Conecting old fanuc dc drive

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The Oak and ACDCs would be the retrofit option for those servomotors, the old drives would not be used. We have the PID info for those servomotors. Does it say Pulse Coder on the servo data-plate? If so the encoders can be reused as well.
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Re: Conecting old fanuc dc drive

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Rafael Almanzar wrote: Thu Nov 18, 2021 12:16 am Yes marty is the same person but hi let me alone
Meaning he recommended and sold you the system and now won't support you?

Centroid has now answered your question. It seems you can not use the original Fanuc drives and you need to purchase the Centroid AC/DC drives. Significant added expense.

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Re: Conecting old fanuc dc drive

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Marty , I'cant to send the manual is 40 MB and email send only 32 MB
I send many photos there are all information for the servo drive.

Centroid liviu, thank you
Yes , it have encoder , the seevi motor are 5m and 10m yellow cap of fanuc .
Mr. belgaño say is posible to use the old drive but I want to do my self the install
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Re: Conecting old fanuc dc drive

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Rafael Almanzar wrote: Thu Nov 18, 2021 12:57 pm Marty , I'cant to send the manual is 40 MB and email send only 32 MB
I send many photos there are all information for the servo drive.

Centroid liviu, thank you
Yes , it have encoder , the seevi motor are 5m and 10m yellow cap of fanuc .
Mr. belgaño say is posible to use the old drive but I want to do my self the install
Liviu told you you can't reuse the original drives. You need to purchase the Centroid AC/DC drives. You'll also need to know how to set them up.

It sounds like at first you were going to have the conversion done, and now you want to do it yourself.
Have you electrical/electronic experience and the knowledge of typical CNC control wiring in order to carry out the conversion successfully?

No need for the old Fanuc drive manual. You've been told those old drives may not be reused.
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Re: Conecting old fanuc dc drive

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Something like that marty
I wrote to tecnical support on 28/9/21 asking about this problem and two or three day later he call me and said will come to my business but never come
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Re: Conecting old fanuc dc drive

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Rafael Almanzar wrote: Thu Nov 18, 2021 2:02 pm Something like that marty
I wrote to tecnical support on 28/9/21 asking about this problem and two or three day later he call me and said will come to my business but never come
Call him back and reach out to Centroid privately.
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Re: Conecting old fanuc dc drive

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I'have a little expirience and electricity and electronic and I have a brother how is electrical enginieer
I'm wiring the E stop , limit swich and VFD and
With the help of the wiring manual and you videos.
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Re: Conecting old fanuc dc drive

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Rafael Almanzar wrote: Thu Nov 18, 2021 4:51 pm I'have a little expirience and electricity and electronic and I have a brother how is electrical enginieer
I'm wiring the E stop , limit swich and VFD and
With the help of the wiring manual and you videos.
Good,
And I have a video on setting up a FANUC motor with AC/DC drives. Go to YouTube and search for Fanuc Centroid AC/DC
You had better reach out to Centroid for pricing....
Also, you don't need the flying lead drive cables for the Centroid AC/DC Servo drives.
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Re: Conecting old fanuc dc drive

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Yes , marty
I have seen seberal times is it very helpfull thank you
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