KFAS: Fanuc CNC Parts, Service, & Repair


Identifying your Fanuc/ GE Fanuc CNC

In most cases you should be able to determine the type of Fanuc/ GE Fanuc CNC from the 
relevant manual and documentations that come with your machine. However, if you are unable to 
identify the control, the following general information may help.

Control designation: Example Fanuc/ GE Fanuc series 0M-C denotes Series 0 model C 
(as oppose to model A or B) for Milling machines.
M for Milling Machines
T for Turning/ Lathe Machines
TT for Twin Turret Machines
G for Grinding Machines
P for Punch Presses

Early generation Fanuc CNCs (such as Fanuc 200B, 2000C, 3000C, 5T, 3TA, 3MA, 6TA, 6MA) 
have MDI/DPL units and no CRT. Some Fanuc 3T, 3M, 6TA and 6MA controls are available 
with CRT or commonly refer to as monitors.

Fanuc 6TB, 6MB, 10TA, 10TE, 10TF, 11TA, 11TTA, 11MA, 11MF, 10M, 15TA, 15TF, 15MA, 
15MF, 0MA, 0MB, 0MC, 0TA, 0TB, 0TC, 0MF controls have either 9 inch or 14 inch (measured 
diagonally as in your television set). 14 inch CRT is color display and 9 inch is mono chrome (green).                                                                                                             

Fanuc 16TA, 16TB, 16TC, 18TA, 18TB, 18TC, 16MA, 16MB, 16MC, 18MA, 18MB, 18MC, 
21TB, 21MB, 0MD, 0TD controls are available with 9 inch, 14 inch CRTs or LCD display of 
various size (like in notebook or laptop PCs). Fanuc 16iTA, 18iTA, 16iMA, 18iMA, 21iTA, 21iMA 
controls comes standard with LCD displays.

Click on the links below to view some sample pictures
Fanuc series 3000C

Fanuc series 5T

Fanuc series 6T

General Numeric 6 (GN 6)

Fanuc series 10/11 (14 inch CRT shown)

Fanuc series 0M

Fanuc series 0T

Fanuc/ GE Fanuc series 15

Fanuc/GE Fanuc series 21

Fanuc/GE Fanuc series 16i/18i

Fanuc/GE Fanuc series 18T

Fanuc/ GE Fanuc series 18M

Fanuc 9" CRT A61L-0001-0093 for 0/16/18/21 controls

Fanuc 14" CRT A61L-0001-0096 for 16/18 controls

Identifying servo amplifiers (velocity control unit)

Several generation of Fanuc/GE Fanuc servo amplifiers are in existence today. 
Earlier servos are DC type and later (mid 80's on) Fanuc introduced AC type servo amplifiers. 
Servo amplifier unit or velocity control unit part number designation is as follow.   



A06B-6058-Hxxx and A06B-6066-Hxxx Drives

A06B-6079-Hxxx and A06B-6096-Hxxx Drives

Therefore, A06B-6058-H203 part number indicates that it is a AC servo digital dual axis amplifier.

Identifying Servo Motors