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    Fanuc OM electrical schematic

    Hi, I am an electrical engineering student and am doing a project that consists in removing a CNC controller and replace it to a PC with free software and create an interface between the PC and machine, keeping theb same part of the power control of motors. I need help to choose the software and finding the wiring diagram of the controller FANUC OM. The CNC machine is a CORTINI 3.F.400 1989 with automatic tool change. I have some references of the controller boards if necessary. Thanks

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    I can probably help with a connection manual for the 0, there were a few versions which used different servo drives.
    The interface on most of the Fanuc systems is proprietary so you may have a problem interfacing.
    Also with a tool changer you may want to look at an outboard PLC to carry out this function.
    PM me an email address if you want the manual.
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    i can also send you a connecting manual but you must first choose witch kind of fanuc 0 you want... just one thing, you need a PG programmer with a rom writer on all the 0 system exept with 0i to create your pmc... hard to do il you don't have any knowledge on fanuc...

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    Thanks Al_The_Man for the link and thanks tmbruno28.
    I know it´s hard to do but it´s my project of school.
    I have photos and references of servo motors. I don´t know if they are AC or DC motors but i think they are AC because they are 3 phase. look the pictures.

    The tool change will leave to the end.
    First I will focus on command at least one axis of the machine through the PC.
    I will investigate what type of fanuc o I have.
    Even now, where can I find (in controller or machine) what type of fanuc 0 that I have?


























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    Yes. AC servo's, normally they have a Red cap, the DC have a yellow cap.
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    ok, you have 0B system, mother board must ref must ended by 0285 or 210, but the most important is that you have a pmc L type.
    Did you have tool to edit a new ladder ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmbruno28 View Post
    ok, you have 0B system, mother board must ref must ended by 0285 or 210, but the most important is that you have a pmc L type.
    Did you have tool to edit a new ladder ??
    No, I don´t have tool to edit a new ladder.

    The reference of motherboard is:

    Fanuc 0M-Model B

    A02B-0091-B501 No.9064306
    Date 1989-06

    thanks

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    I thought you intend fitting new controller, if so you cannot use the Fanuc ladder (PMC/PLC).
    Automation direct is a cheaper one with free software.
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    how can you use digital servo (6058 series) with an plc other than fanuc ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Al_The_Man View Post
    I thought you intend fitting new controller, if so you cannot use the Fanuc ladder (PMC/PLC).
    Automation direct is a cheaper one with free software.
    Al.
    Quote Originally Posted by tmbruno28 View Post
    how can you use digital servo (6058 series) with an plc other than fanuc ???
    No, I want to eliminate the old controller (gabinet) because it doesn´t funtion. But I have to take the part of the engine power control.
    Now I have an PC with EMC2 software to control the CNC machine but I need to make the interface between the PC and the old drivers of servo motors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Al_The_Man View Post
    Yes. AC servo's, normally they have a Red cap, the DC have a yellow cap.
    Al.
    yes, my servo's have a Red Cap.

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nuno_CNC View Post
    No, I don´t have tool to edit a new ladder.

    The reference of motherboard is:

    Fanuc 0M-Model B

    A02B-0091-B501 No.9064306
    Date 1989-06

    thanks
    Hi, the reference of motherboard is A16B-1010-0285 /15B instead of previous.

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    Shame to remove the Fanuc which is a better controller than the EMC!
    John

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    before taking that Zero out, better be sure your PLC can handle Fanucs 4 channel grey code servo commutation and straight PWM output... I believe Delta-Tau CNC was the only ones that ever succeeded...
    I dont think the 'B' used them, but- if youve got serial encoders forget it.

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    I found only FANUC 0 series schematic & electronic circuit on eBay.
    But not sure it is applicate for 0 series model B or not.
    Try to search "FANUC Schematic" on eBay, hope the results can help.
    Continue happy with works hard.

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    Re: Fanuc OM electrical schematic

    Quote Originally Posted by develop1 View Post
    I found only FANUC 0 series schematic & electronic circuit on eBay.
    But not sure it is applicate for 0 series model B or not.
    Try to search "FANUC Schematic" on eBay, hope the results can help.
    Continue happy with works hard.
    Update : https://www.ebay.com/str/pumazo

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    Re: Fanuc OM electrical schematic

    Free download FANUC 10-11-12 M/T Maintenance manual
    http://store.payloadz.com/go?id=2648541

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