Looking for power info for Fanuc VMC Triac

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jamesgates1000
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Posts: 74
Joined: Sat 01 Aug , 2015 9:23 am
Hardware/Software: 2001 Cyclone with toolchanger and Fanuc 21i control
Serial number - H00913.
Voltage 415V F.L.C 20A 50Hz 3Ph

1997 Triac VMCwith toolchanger and Fanuc O-M control
Serial number - 70826B.
Voltage 415V F.L.C 30A 50Hz 3Ph

Looking for power info for Fanuc VMC Triac

Post by jamesgates1000 » Mon 03 Aug , 2015 19:24 pm

Hi,

I have just bought a 1997 Triac VMCwith toolchanger and Fanuc O-M control, the serial number is 70826B.
It will be delivered this week and I wondered if anyone has a data sheet or information on how much power it will draw.
This is the information from the plate on the machine...

Voltage 415V F.L.C 30A 50Hz 3Ph

I can have some three phase isolaters added to the workshop but wondered if it will really draw that much power.

Hope someone can help, many thanks in advance

James

bishbosh
Posts: 19
Joined: Tue 15 Apr , 2014 8:42 am
Hardware/Software: TRIAC FANUC OM-C
Serial TR29080 A
Manufactured Oct 1990
Control Serial 9112024

Re: Looking for power info for Fanuc VMC Triac

Post by bishbosh » Fri 21 Aug , 2015 15:04 pm

Mine (1990 MY) runs fine off a 4HP (3kW) rotary phase converter that itself runs off a 20A D rated breaker. Never had a problem cutting steel, ali or plastic.

The FLC on my machine's plate is 26A (3ph). I have a 1Hp spindle if that helps the comparison.

jamesgates1000
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Posts: 74
Joined: Sat 01 Aug , 2015 9:23 am
Hardware/Software: 2001 Cyclone with toolchanger and Fanuc 21i control
Serial number - H00913.
Voltage 415V F.L.C 20A 50Hz 3Ph

1997 Triac VMCwith toolchanger and Fanuc O-M control
Serial number - 70826B.
Voltage 415V F.L.C 30A 50Hz 3Ph

Re: Looking for power info for Fanuc VMC Triac

Post by jamesgates1000 » Thu 03 Sep , 2015 14:17 pm

Thanks for the info, yet to plug the machines in. Just got them off the pallets, hopefully switch them on early next week.

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