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SGAGS-451EA7-YR11Yaskawa

Rounds per minute: 3500 RPM
Voltage: 200 V
Serial: Sigma III (SGAGS)

CANADA YASKAWA AUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTRE
Manufacturer part number: SGAGS-451EA7-YR11 Yaskawa

SGAGS-451EA7-YR11 Yaskawa

 

 

330 W , 1500/3500 RPM, Serial Sigma III (SGAGS) 

 


 

Servo Actuator Typical Issues Requiring Maintenance

 

A servo actuator in good condition and working in an ideal environment can have a prolonged lifespan. However, not every environment is perfect and different problems can affect the quality of a servo actuator over time.

 

Here are some examples of typical servo actuator issues that require maintenance:

 

  • Defective encoder: When an error code is displayed on the controller or on the servo actuator, chances are that the encoder is defective.

  • Brake sticking or not keeping its position: When a servo actuator brake is stuck, it often means that it abnormally draws more electrical current to do its usual work. In such case, the servo-drive or controller paired with the actuator will show an overvoltage error code. Moreover, a damaged brake can be dangerous and it is not safe to use a servo actuator in such condition. With wear, the servo-actuator will not be able to hold its position.

  • Motor overheating: there are many causes of the overheating of a servo actuator

  1. early wear of bearings

  2. damaged brake

  3. inadequate parameterization of the servo actuator with the servo drive or the related controller (when the configuration of the actuator does not correspond to its proper application).

  • Broken servo actuator connector: in addition to damaging the servo actuator, it can damage the servo drive by causing a short circuit

  • Servo actuator connector wrongly connected: a connector that is wrongly connected can cause overheating and overvoltage. That can also damage a servo-drive by causing a short circuit.

  • Metal dust accumulation on the encoder: when a brake and bearings wear down, sometimes they create metal dust on the encoder. That can affect the reading capacity of the encoder.

  • Greasing: Actuators are made of gears that require regular greasing. It is important to respect the greasing procedures of actuators according to the manufacturer’s recommendations.

 

 

 

 

SGAGS-451EA7-YR11 Yaskawa

 

 

330 W , 1500/3500 RPM, Serial Sigma III (SGAGS) 

 


 

Servo Actuator Typical Issues Requiring Maintenance

 

A servo actuator in good condition and working in an ideal environment can have a prolonged lifespan. However, not every environment is perfect and different problems can affect the quality of a servo actuator over time.

 

Here are some examples of typical servo actuator issues that require maintenance:

 

  • Defective encoder: When an error code is displayed on the controller or on the servo actuator, chances are that the encoder is defective.

  • Brake sticking or not keeping its position: When a servo actuator brake is stuck, it often means that it abnormally draws more electrical current to do its usual work. In such case, the servo-drive or controller paired with the actuator will show an overvoltage error code. Moreover, a damaged brake can be dangerous and it is not safe to use a servo actuator in such condition. With wear, the servo-actuator will not be able to hold its position.

  • Motor overheating: there are many causes of the overheating of a servo actuator

  1. early wear of bearings

  2. damaged brake

  3. inadequate parameterization of the servo actuator with the servo drive or the related controller (when the configuration of the actuator does not correspond to its proper application).

  • Broken servo actuator connector: in addition to damaging the servo actuator, it can damage the servo drive by causing a short circuit

  • Servo actuator connector wrongly connected: a connector that is wrongly connected can cause overheating and overvoltage. That can also damage a servo-drive by causing a short circuit.

  • Metal dust accumulation on the encoder: when a brake and bearings wear down, sometimes they create metal dust on the encoder. That can affect the reading capacity of the encoder.

  • Greasing: Actuators are made of gears that require regular greasing. It is important to respect the greasing procedures of actuators according to the manufacturer’s recommendations.

 

 

 

 

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