IC800VMACONCN2

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CN2 Encoder / Connector

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IC800VMACONCN2

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CN2 Encoder / Connector

AVAILABILITY:

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Contact: 1-919-372-8413 (Intl.), 1-800-991-7026 (US), sales@axcontrol.com

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Product Description

The IC800VMACONCN2 is an Encoder Connector created by General Electric. This connector may have also been sold by GE FANUC and FANUC depending on the year it was being mass-produced.

The IC800VMACONCN2 is a CN2 Encoder connection used on the VersaMotion series of servo applications. It is used on a variety of encoder cables manufactured by GE. These connectors are rated to be used for 100-750 watts of power. It comes with a housing amp (1-172211-0). This connector is meant to be used with the IC800VMCExxx (xxx representing the length of the cable) series of encoder cables. The encoder connector is typically 32 mm long and the housing amp is 20mm long.

The IC800VMACONCN2 is used to connect the encoder to the servo motor and the drive I/O. It is plugged directly into the CN2 Encoder Interface space on the Servo Drive. The servo motor contains an integrated encoder.  Encoder cables should use a twisted-shield signal wire and should have a grounding conductor. By using this type of wire, it helps to prevent voltage coupling and can eliminate electrical noise.

For more information about the VersaMotion series of servo motors, amplifiers, and their encoders please refer to the VersaMotion user’s manual, GFK-2480A. Only trained professionals should install the IC800VMACONCN2 to their corresponding encoder cable and servo drive.

AX Control offers same-day shipping on the IC800VMACONCN2 when orders are received before 4 pm during normal business days. If you have any questions about the compatibility of this encoder connector to your current cable or your servo drive, please feel free to call or email us. One of our knowledgeable staff members would be more than happy to answer any questions you may have.

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Our highly skilled technicians can repair your IC800VMACONCN2. All of our repairs come with a 3 Year AX Control Warranty. Please contact us for additional information about our repair process. To receive the repair pricing and lead time listed above please process your repair order via our website. The following repair options may be available upon request:

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All PLCs, HMIs, and Turbine Control Boards: 3 Years
All AC/DC and Servo Drives: 2 Years
All Motors: 1 Year
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