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Fuji Frenic 5000g V2


Darren

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Tough one. Fuji is not good at making legacy product information available.

 

Try searching for manuals on a Fanuc 11 CNC system, that is apparently the main use of those drives (for spindle speed control).

"He's not dead, he's just pinin' for the fjords!"
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Darren,

I've old manuals FRENIC5000 G7/P7

document MEH346 technical information

document MEH341 technical manual

 

Is G7 the same type you are looking for?

In which country are you living?

 

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Mario

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I do not know if the drive you have is the same. I have not seen the G7/P7 version. I live USA. Is it possible for you to email me a couple of pages and I could take a look and see if they will help. I would be willing to pay for copies of the manual if they will help.

Thanks

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Darren,

I've now the file here ready to be sent.

 

But USA is a big country, if you don't supply to me your e-mail address I cannot find you. :(

 

My e-mail address is public, you can find it very easily in my profile.

 

Regards

Mario

Mario Maggi - Italy - http://www.evlist.it - https://www.axu.it

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But USA is a big country, if you don't supply to me your e-mail address I cannot find you.

 

Oh come on Mario, it's not THAT big! If you start looking in the upper left hand corner and work your way towards the lower left, it should only take you 30 or 40 years!

 

You had better get started...

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Dear Darren,

I've showed to you an unit dated 1991, manufactured 15 years ago.

 

Your unit is older, transistor type probably, their electrolytic capacitors are probably obsolete and energy loss is high.

If the unit is working many hour every day, you could buy a more efficient drive and you will pay it with energy savings.

 

This statement cannot be perfect, you don't wrote your power range, geographic location, type of application.

 

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Mario

Mario Maggi - Italy - http://www.evlist.it - https://www.axu.it

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Jeff,

 

Italy is the size of California; just to put things in perspective!

 

Based upon the time zone he's in, I'd say Darren is in the Central section of the USA.... which certainly covers a lot more real estate than the state of California.

 

:D

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