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gld
04-07-2009, 02:32 PM
I have 3 motors. Here is what is on the tag:

3ph Cincinnati Milacron Permanent Magnet Motor
1FT 5062-OAC01-2-Z F(last F has a circle around it)
NrE F192 5986 01 003 VDE 0530
1-606-3111 Use Only With 6SC610 Drives


Resolver JSMBH 21-S1 3 Speed 3000 Max RPM
I was told they are 3-5 hp.


Seems all Google can find is machine sales and motor repair centers.

I also have 3 drives, 10amp,, 20amp & 50amp.. All are 3 phase input.

Would like to know what these are worth?????

Liger Zero
04-07-2009, 02:47 PM
GOSH FRICKING GOOGLY MOOGLY we were looking for those EXACT motors last year at this time!

Ended up buying new.

...and no I don't work there anymore. They can choke on full price and die. :D

John Stevenson
04-07-2009, 03:15 PM
I was told they are 3-5 hp.




3HP seems likely seeing as that is the first details on the plate :rolleyes:

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Mark McGrath
04-07-2009, 03:23 PM
These are Siemens 1FT5 ac servo motors.The 610 drive for them is also Siemens.
You can buy them over here for $75 up the way.Dealers will want several hundred dollars for them.
I will look up the motor specs and post them as an edit.

On edit.These are quite small servos.

Rated rpm-2000
Max rpm-3000
Torque-2.3Nm
Max current-16.5 amps
Voltage constant-75v/1000 rpm
DC link voltage-210 vdc

macona
04-08-2009, 03:46 AM
That motor is about 750w to 1kw.

There is a good chance the drives will run on single phase. Most of the ones I have encountered will. But they will need to have their acceleration times lowered to keep the bus voltage up.

They are almost certainly analog drives which lowers their value quite a bit.

Got a picture of the drives? They might be made by someone else.

Mark McGrath
04-08-2009, 08:03 AM
A 6SC610 drive is made by Siemens.It requires a three phase supply of 165 volts phase to phase.It produces a dc link voltage of 210 volts which is chopped and fed to the 1FT5 motors as a three phase ac voltage form.The 1FT5 motor has hall effect sensors for commutation and a three phase tachometer and usually a Heidenhain encoder.
These drives are about 18" long x 12" high and 9" deep.

gld
04-08-2009, 08:57 AM
http://www.gldpages.com/servo/img_0838.jpg
Servo is 9.5 inches long, shaft .750 X 1.5 in.

http://www.gldpages.com/servo/img_0840.jpg
4.5 in. sq. 13 pounds

Mark McGrath
04-08-2009, 10:17 AM
Have you got the 610 drive that goes with these?

gld
04-08-2009, 01:43 PM
Have you got the 610 drive that goes with these?

NO.. I have Kollmorgan Drives:

http://www.gldpages.com/servo/img_0842.jpg

All 3 are identical except for physical size.

http://www.gldpages.com/servo/img_0843.jpg


http://www.gldpages.com/servo/img_0844.jpg


http://www.gldpages.com/servo/img_0845.jpg

Mark McGrath
04-08-2009, 03:14 PM
Gary,that makes sense as Cinci used to favour Kollmorgen drives but I did not know they paired them up with the Siemens 1FT5 motors.
I think you might get a decent price for the drives although they are a bit small.
Mark.

macona
04-08-2009, 06:18 PM
Oooo.. Nice drives. If you want to sell them I am interested. Add to my collection I guess... Eventually I will find a use for them.