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HCS02 drives, or IndraDrive C, offer reliability and versatility for industrial motion control systems. These drives combine a power supply and an inverter in the same drive module. They boast integrated safety features without the need for additional sensors that help keep operators safe. HCS02 converters are also very reliable. Your HCS02.1E-W0070-A-03-NNNN drive may never fail, but we’re here to help if you do need support.
What to do if your HCS02.1E-W0070-A-03-NNNN converter stops working
The quickest and most convenient way to get your Rexroth system up and running again is by calling 479-422-0390. We can quickly diagnose the errors in your system and fast-track a repair or replacement.
What you don’t want to do is hastily scour the internet for a replacement HCS drive. Here’s why:
- Your drive might not be the problem. Rexroth drive error codes may or may not indicate a problem with the drive itself. Several other factors can cause errors, and some are easy to fix. Not only does replacing a drive that already works not fix your problem, it also wastes valuable time and money.
- Finding an exact replacement can be tricky. For example, an HCS02.1E-W0070-A-03-NNNN converter and an HCS02.1E-W0012-A-03-NNNN converter look pretty similar in your shopping cart. However, the HCS02.1E-W0070-A-03-NNNN has a 70 ampere current rating, whereas the other drive is rated for 12 amps. Even if you match up the numbers as best you can, third party sellers who don’t quite know what they’re dealing with can make mistakes that result in extra expense and extra downtime for you.
Call 479-422-0390 for professional support
HCS drives are not designed to be repaired on the machine or in the field. If you want a proper repair for your HCS02.1E-W0070-A-03-NNNN converter, you must send the unit in for a factory repair. Fortunately, this is a simple and convenient process. Call 479-422-0390 and we will arrange a Rexroth factory repair with 24-hour turnaround. We can provide an emergency replacement unit to keep your system operational in the meantime.