When it comes to electronic repairs, there are many routes and shortcuts that can be taken to get the unit back up and running. In some industries, this not be an issue, but when it comes to industrial electronics and manufacturing repairs, cutting corners will ultimately result in unsatisfactory outcomes for you and your company. Today, we are going to outline why improper repair could be a major issue for you and your business, how to identify when a repair has been done incorrectly, and what factors you should take into account when trusting a repair facility with your equipment. Read More

In this industry, we understand that your business is relied on by your customers. If your machines and components break down, your productivity and output shrinks, or worse, stops completely. When that happens, you can no longer meet the needs of your customers. This is obviously not an ideal scenario and it has always been our goal to get you back up and running as quickly as possible.

But, the question that still stands is, what can your company do to avoid these breakdowns? Recently we had the opportunity to work a company that is doing everything in its power to increase their cost effectiveness and avoid breakdowns within their manufacturing machines and processes.

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As we go about our daily business, few may stop to admire the simple technology behind the inverter drives that run our machines. The concept is simple and the implementation has become more efficient over the years. Where older units were larger, heavier and relatively basic in their implementation, newer models are slim, sleek and offer precise control over performance parameters. No matter the changes or added bells and whistles, the concept remains the same: take a constant frequency AC power and supply a variable frequency to the output.Read More

Series Overview

The Fanuc Alpha Servo Drive line consists of many different variations. These variations consist of interface types A, B, A/B, FSSB (optical communication) within either single, two or three axis units. Additionally, these servos have 200V and 400V offerings. Each servo part number begins with A06B and is followed by 8 more identifying characters that distinguish each unit. The last 8 digits identify which interface type, how many axes, and what model each unit is.Read More