Since our inception we have been repairing both DC along with AC mortars. Before carrying out servo motor repairs it is important to check out the approaches of servo motor repairs. Listed below are the approaches which can be taken into consideration.
Checking the shafts- It is quite important in establishing whether or not the servo motor shaft has been bent, damaged or broken. If this is the case, a latest shaft might be needed to be ordered or machined in order to getting a complete re-commission for the unit. In some of the cases, a bent shaft can even be replaced and this can quickly become a quote for replacement.
It is to be noted that the shaft on a servo motor can cause extreme wear to the device over the time due to vibration along with heat.
A bent shaft can also cause slip on a gear box and it can loss in positioning and resulting in unexpected faults from the particular servo drives.
You might need to use a calliper in establishing the proper positioning of the shaft within the closest accuracy which is being possible as it is being said by individuals providing servo repair in Dayton.
Checking the encoder and motor cables- Hopefully the customer sent across the communication cables within the unit, so you can test the pin-out of the cable in ensuring all of the wiring has a strong signal.
In instances such as these, you might need to pull up and pin out information from the servo motor manufacturing websites in ensuring you are testing the appropriate cables. In numerous cases, an encoder cables with have a pin for each channel of A, A not B, B not the positive voltage and common.
In some of the cases it will also have a Z and Z not pulse as well as a shield. Of course, not all customers are able to send the cable with the unit as they send you a spare in repairing.