engineering
mannesmann
Rexroth
DIAX 03
ELS-04VRS
DKR
DDS
DIAX03
Drive With Electric
Gear Functions
Trouble Shooting Guide: ELS 04VRS
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DIAX03 Drive With Electric Gear Funktions
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• describe the procedure for trouble shooting
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Contents
1 Diagnostic Message Descriptions
1-1
1.1 Overview of the diagnostic message descriptions ............................................................................... 1-1
Diagnostic Message Types ........................................................................................................... 1-1
Construction of a diagnostic message .......................................................................................... 1-1
2 Description of Diagnostic Letters F... and E...
2-1
2.1 Error Diagnostic Messages F............................................................................................................... 2-1
F207 Switching to uninitialized Operating Mode ........................................................................... 2-2
F208 Motortype has changed........................................................................................................ 2-2
F219 Motor Overtemperature Shutdown....................................................................................... 2-2
F221 Error Motor Temperature Control......................................................................................... 2-3
F222 Drive Overtemperature Watch defect .................................................................................. 2-3
F226 Undervoltage Error............................................................................................................... 2-3
F228 Excessive Deviation ............................................................................................................. 2-4
F229 Motor Encoder Failure: Quadrant Error ............................................................................... 2-4
F233 External Power Supply Error................................................................................................ 2-5
F234 Emergency Stop................................................................................................................... 2-5
F236 Excessive Position Feedback Difference............................................................................. 2-5
F237 Excessive Position Command Difference............................................................................ 2-6
242 External Encoder Failure: Signals too small .......................................................................... 2-6
F245 External Encoder Failure: Quadrant Error ........................................................................... 2-7
F248 Low-Battery Voltage ............................................................................................................. 2-7
F249 Lead Drive Encoder Failure: Signals too small .................................................................... 2-8
F252 Lead Drive Encoder Failure: Quadrant Error ....................................................................... 2-9
F267 Erroneous Internal Hardware Synchronization .................................................................... 2-9
F268 Brake Error........................................................................................................................... 2-9
F276 Absolute encoder error ...................................................................................................... 2-10
F281 Mains fault.......................................................................................................................... 2-10
F282 Phase fault ......................................................................................................................... 2-10
F283 Net - overvoltage................................................................................................................ 2-10
F284 Maincontactor nc-low voltage............................................................................................. 2-11
F401 Double MST Error Shutdown ............................................................................................. 2-11
F402 Double MDT Error Shutdown ............................................................................................. 2-11
F403 Invalid Communication Phase Shutdown .......................................................................... 2-11
F404 Error during Phase Progression......................................................................................... 2-12
F405 Error during Phase Regression.......................................................................................... 2-12
F406 Phase Switching without Ready Signal .............................................................................. 2-12
F630 Negative Travel Limit Value is exceeded........................................................................... 2-12
F644 Negative Travel Limit Switch detected ............................................................................... 2-13
F818 Drive Overtemperature Shutdown ..................................................................................... 2-13
F819 Drive Overtemperature Monitor Defective ......................................................................... 2-13
F820 Bleeder overload ................................................................................................................ 2-14
F822 Motor Encoder Failure: Signals too small .......................................................................... 2-14
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F827 Drive interlock while drive activated ................................................................................... 2-15
F860 Overcurrent: Short in Powerstage...................................................................................... 2-15
F861 Overcurrent: Short to Ground ............................................................................................ 2-15
F869 +/- 15 Volt Error.................................................................................................................. 2-15
F870 + 24 Volt Error.................................................................................................................... 2-16
F871 + 10 Volt Error.................................................................................................................... 2-16
F878 Velocity Loop Error............................................................................................................. 2-16
F879 Crossing Max. Velocity Feedback Value............................................................................ 2-17
F889 Regenerating overcurrent .................................................................................................. 2-17
F890 Regenerating electronic watchdog..................................................................................... 2-17
F891 Power supply fault.............................................................................................................. 2-17
F892 Wrong code of current measuring unit............................................................................... 2-17
F893 No regenerating current to net ........................................................................................... 2-18
F894 Checksum error ................................................................................................................. 2-18
2.2 Warning Diagnostic Messages E... .................................................................................................... 2-19
E201 No mains............................................................................................................................ 2-19
E202 Not ready for power on ...................................................................................................... 2-19
E219 Warning Drive Overtemperature Watch Defect................................................................. 2-20
E221 Warning Motor Temperature Control................................................................................. 2-20
E249 Positioning Vel. (S-0-0259) Greater S-0-0091 ................................................................... 2-20
E250 Drive Overtemperature Warning........................................................................................ 2-21
E251 Motor Overtemperature Warning....................................................................................... 2-21
E253 Target position out of range............................................................................................... 2-21
E255 Feedrate Override (S-0-0108) = 0 ..................................................................................... 2-22
E257 Continuous current limiting active ...................................................................................... 2-22
E259 Command velocity limitation active.................................................................................... 2-22
E261 Continuous current limiting prewarning.............................................................................. 2-23
E263 S-0-0036 Velocity Command Value greater than bipolar limit ........................................... 2-23
E410 Slave not scanned or address 0 ........................................................................................ 2-23
E825 Overvoltage Error............................................................................................................... 2-24
E830 Negative Position limit value exceeded ............................................................................. 2-24
E844 Negative Travel Zone Limit Switch Activated..................................................................... 2-24
3 Description of Diagnostic Letters C... and A...
3-1
3.1 Command Diagnostic Messages C...................................................................................................... 3-1
C100 Communication Phase 3 Transition Check ......................................................................... 3-1
C101 Invalid communication parameter (S-0-0021) ..................................................................... 3-1
C102 Limit Error Communication Parameter (S-0-0021).............................................................. 3-2
C104 Config. IDN for MDT not configurable ................................................................................. 3-2
C105 Configurated Length > Max.Length for MDT ....................................................................... 3-2
C106 Config. IDN for AT not configurable..................................................................................... 3-2
C107 Configurated Length > Max. Length For AT ........................................................................ 3-3
C108 Time Slot Parameter > SERCOS Cycle Time ..................................................................... 3-3
C109 Position of Data Record in MDT even (S-0-0009) ............................................................... 3-3
C110 Length of MDT odd (S-0-0010)............................................................................................ 3-3
C111 S-0-0009 + Record Length - 1 > (S-0-0010)........................................................................ 3-4
C112 TNcyc (S-0-0001) or TScyc (S-0-0002) Error...................................................................... 3-4
C113 Relation TNcyc to TScyc Error ............................................................................................ 3-4
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C114 T4 > TScyc (S-0-0002) - T4min........................................................................................... 3-4
C115 T2 to small ........................................................................................................................... 3-5
C200 Communication Phase 4 Transition Check ......................................................................... 3-5
C201 Parameter Set Incomplete(-> S-0-0022) ............................................................................. 3-5
C202 Parameter limit error (-> S-0-0022) ..................................................................................... 3-5
C203 Parameter calculation error (-> S-0-0022)........................................................................... 3-5
C204 Motor type (P-0-4014) incorrect........................................................................................... 3-6
C210 External feedback required (-> S-0-0022) ........................................................................... 3-6
C211 Invalid feedback data (-> S-0-0022) .................................................................................... 3-6
C212 Invalid amplifier data (-> S-0-0022) ..................................................................................... 3-6
C213 Position data scaling error ................................................................................................... 3-7
C214 Velocity data scaling error ................................................................................................... 3-7
C215 Acceleration data scaling error ............................................................................................ 3-8
C216 Torque/Force data scaling error .......................................................................................... 3-8
C217 Motor feedback data reading error ...................................................................................... 3-8
C218 External feedback data reading error .................................................................................. 3-9
C219 Leed drive feedback data reading error............................................................................... 3-9
C220 Mot. Feedback Initializing Error ......................................................................................... 3-10
C221 Ext. Feedback Initializing Error .......................................................................................... 3-10
C222 Lead Drive Feedback Initializing Error............................................................................... 3-11
C225 Coprocessor Not Ready For Initialization .......................................................................... 3-11
C226 Coprocessor Acknowledge Failed ..................................................................................... 3-11
C227 Modulo range error ............................................................................................................ 3-11
C228 Controler Type (S-0-0140) incorrect.................................................................................. 3-12
C300 Set absolute measurement................................................................................................ 3-12
C302 Absolute Measuring System Not Installed ......................................................................... 3-12
C500 Reset Class 1 diagnostic (error reset) ............................................................................... 3-12
C501 Error delet only in Parameter Mode................................................................................... 3-12
C600 Drive controlled homing procedure command................................................................... 3-13
C601 Homing not possible if drive is not enabled ....................................................................... 3-13
C602 Distance homing switch-reference mark erroneous .......................................................... 3-13
C604 Homing of absolute encoder not possible ......................................................................... 3-13
C700 Basic load .......................................................................................................................... 3-13
C701 Basic load not possible if drive is enabled ......................................................................... 3-14
C702 Default parameters not available....................................................................................... 3-14
C703 Default parameters invalid................................................................................................. 3-14
C704 Default parameters error ................................................................................................... 3-14
3.2 Drive Mode Diagnostic Messages A... ............................................................................................... 3-15
A000 Communication Phase 0.................................................................................................... 3-15
A001 Communication Phase 1.................................................................................................... 3-15
A002 Communication Phase 2.................................................................................................... 3-15
A003 Communication Phase 3.................................................................................................... 3-16
A010 Halt Drive ........................................................................................................................... 3-16
A011 Drive Interlock Open .......................................................................................................... 3-16
A012 Control and Power Sections Ready for Operation ............................................................. 3-16
A013 Ready for Power ON.......................................................................................................... 3-16
A100 Drive in Torque Mode ........................................................................................................ 3-16
A101 Drive in Velocity Mode ....................................................................................................... 3-17
A102 Position Mode Encoder 1................................................................................................... 3-17
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A103 Position Mode Encoder 2................................................................................................... 3-17
A104 Position Mode Encoder 1 / lagless positioning .................................................................. 3-17
A105 Position Control / Feedback 2 / lagless ............................................................................. 3-17
A106 Drive controlled interpolation / Encoder 1 .......................................................................... 3-17
A107 Drive controlled interpolation / Encoder 2 .......................................................................... 3-18
A108 Drive controlled interpolation / Encoder 1 / lagless............................................................ 3-18
A109 Drive controlled interpolation / Encoder 2 / lagless............................................................ 3-18
A110 Velocity Synchronization, virtuell Lead drive ...................................................................... 3-18
A112 Phase Synchronization, Encoder 1, virt. Lead drive .......................................................... 3-18
A113 Phase Synchronization, Encoder 2, virt. Lead drive .......................................................... 3-19
A116 Phase Synchr., lagless, Encoder 1, virt. Lead drive .......................................................... 3-19
A117 Phase Synchr, lagless, Encoder 2, virt. Lead drive ........................................................... 3-19
A120 Pattern Control, Encoder 1, virt., Lead drive...................................................................... 3-19
A121 Pattern Control, Encoder 2, virt., Lead drive...................................................................... 3-20
A124 Pattern Control, lagless, Encoder 1, virt. Lead drive.......................................................... 3-20
A125 Pattern Control, lagless, Encoder 2, virt. Lead drive.......................................................... 3-20
A128 Cam Shaft, Encoder 1, virt. Lead drive.............................................................................. 3-20
A129 Cam Shaft, Encoder 2, virt. Lead drive.............................................................................. 3-21
A132 Cam Shaft, lagless, Encoder 1, virt. Lead drive................................................................. 3-21
A133 Cam Shaft, lagless, Encoder 2, virt. Lead drive................................................................. 3-21
3.3 Operation Status ................................................................................................................................ 3-22
bb ................................................................................................................................................ 3-22
Ab ................................................................................................................................................ 3-22
AF................................................................................................................................................ 3-22
AS................................................................................................................................................ 3-22
AH ............................................................................................................................................... 3-22
P0 ................................................................................................................................................ 3-22
P1 ................................................................................................................................................ 3-22
P2 ................................................................................................................................................ 3-23
P3 ................................................................................................................................................ 3-23
4 Exchanging Drive Components
4-1
4.1 Procedure for Exchanging Devices...................................................................................................... 4-2
Drive .............................................................................................................................................. 4-2
AC Servo Motor............................................................................................................................. 4-2
Exchanging Cables ....................................................................................................................... 4-3
Contents IV
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1
Diagnostic Message Descriptions
1.1
Overview of the diagnostic message descriptions
Diagnostic Message Types
Each operational state of the drive will be characterized with a diagnostic
message.
Differentiations will be made between:
• Error diagnostic messages
• Warning diagnostic messages
• Command diagnostic messages
• Drive Mode diagnostic messages
• Operation status
Construction of a diagnostic message
A diagnostic message consists of:
• A diagnostic number and a
• diagnostic text
F228 Excessive Control Deviation
Diagnostic message
Diagnostic message number
Fig. 1-1: Diagnostic message with a diagnostic number and text.
For the example in the graphic, "F2" and "28" are shown alternately on the
H1-Display.
The control system can read out the diagnostic number in hexadecimal
form with the P-0-0001, Diagnostic Number parameter.
In addition, the drive allocates to the control system the diagnostic
number and diagnostic text as a string F228, Excessive Deviation with
the S-0-0095, Diagnostic Message parameter.
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Diagnostic Message Descriptions 1-1
DIAX03 Drive With Electric Gear Functions
H1-Display
The H1-Display serves as an optical display of the diagnostic message on
the drive.
L1
L2
L3
A1
A2
A3
N L
K
B1 B2
X10
V
220
Netz/Mains
Motor
X5
Steuerspannung
Aux.
•
•
•
•
•
TM-
TM+
H1-Display
BR
0VB
V oltage
X6
U5
S1
H1
U1
U3
U2
U4
H2
S2
1
X9
6
1
X8
X2
7
1
1
X7
X3
DIGITAL COMPACT CONTROLLER
DKR 3
10
1 1
X4
FA5003d1.drw
DKR 3.1
DDS 2.2
Fig. 1-2: H1-Display on DDS and DKR drives
The diagnostic number appears on this two-positional seven-segment
display. The image can be seen on the "Diagnostic Message Priority
Display".
This display quickly shows the current operation status without the use of
a communications interface.
The operating mode cannot be seen from the H1-Display. If the drive
follows the operating mode and no command was activated, then the
symbol "AF" appears on the display.
1-2
Diagnostic Message Descriptions
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Diagnostic Message Output
Priority
If more than one diagnostic message is waiting, then the message with
the highest priority will be displayed.
The following graphic classifies operation status in order of importance.
Error
P
R
I
O
R
I
T
Y
Warning
Command
error
Command
active
yes
Ready to operate?
no
Drive lock
active
Ready to
operate
Communication phase
Drive
ready
Drive
Halt
Drive enable
Fig. 1-3: Diagnostic message priority diagram
Clear Coded Diagnostic Message
The clear coded diagnostic message contains the diagnostic number
followed by the diagnostic text, as shown in the example, "Excessive
Output Error" (Fig. 1-1). It can be read out with the S-0-0095, Diagnostic
Message parameter and directly displays the operation status on an
operator surface.
The clear coded diagnostic message will be switched to the current
language.
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2
Description of Diagnostic Letters F... and E...
2.1
Error Diagnostic Messages F...
Many areas are monitored in connection with operating modes and
parameter settings. An error message is generated if a condition is
discovered which no longer allows proper operation.
Error Classes
The errors are separated into four different error classes. The error class
is evident from the diagnostic message. They are determined with the
drive's error response..
Error class :
Diagnostic
Message:
Drive Reaction:
Fatal
F8xx
Torque free switching
Travel range
F6xx
Velocity command value-zero
switch
Interface
F4xx
In accordance with best
possible deceleration
Non-fatal
F2xx
In accordance with best
possible deceleration
Table 2-1: Error Classes and Drive Reaction
Drive's Error Reaction
If an error state is detected in the drive then an automatic operation of the
drive's error response will be started as long the drive is in control. The
H1 display blinks a Fx / xx.
The drive's reaction can be parameterized by P-0-0119, Deceleration as
best as possible, with interface and non-fatal errors. At the end of each
error reaction the drive is switched off.
Reset the Error
Errors will not be automatically deleted but must be:
• Reset from the control through the initialization of the command
S-0-0099, Reset Class 1 Diagnostics, or
• reset by pressing the "S1" button.
If the error state is still present then the error will be immediately detected
again.
A positive edge bit on the control enable signal is necessary in order to
turn on the drive again.
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Description of Diagnostic Letters F... and E... 2-1
DIAX03 Drive With Electric Gear Functions
F207 Switching to uninitialized Operating Mode
Cause:
A "0" is parametered in at least one of the 4 operating mode parameters
S-0-0032..35. This operating mode was selected via bits 8 and 9 in the
master control word when the drive was activated.
Remedy:
Enter the desired operating mode in the activated operating mode
parameter.
Parameters:
Primary Operating Mode
S-0-0032
Secondary Operating Mode -1
S-0-0033
Secondary Operating Mode -2
S-0-0034
Secondary Operating Mode -3
S-0-0035
check the allowable type of interpolation.
F208 Motortype has changed
Cause:
If the drive is operating with a motor type which contains a feedback
memory (MDD or MKD), then the drive recognizes the type of the motor
automatically and stores it internally.
This occurs each time the drive is turned on.
If the motor is exchanged for another motor type then the error message
F208 will be generated.
Remedy:
1.
Set the correct motor type
2.
If it involves a new motor with MKD or MDD, then the new motor
type will be accepted by resetting the error.
3.
If the new motor is not set to MKD or MDD, then all of the motor
specific parameters must be newly executed.
F219 Motor Overtemperature Shutdown
If the motor temperature exceeds the value in S-0-0204, Motor SwitchOff Temperature, the drive will generate this error message. This value
in S-0-0204 is set at 150°C for MDD and MKD motors. This value must be
entered from the motor specifications for all other types of motors.
For motors from the 2AD, 1MB, LAF, LAR, and MBW series, the actual
motor temperature can be called up via the S-0-0383, Motor
Temperature parameter.
Cause:
1.
2.
3.
2-2
Description of Diagnostic Letters F... and E...
The motor became overloaded. The effective torque demanded
from the motor was above its allowable continuous torque level
for too long.
Transmission interruption or short circuit in the wiring to
the motor temperature monitor.
Instability in the velocity loop.
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Remedy:
For 1.
Check the installation of the motor. For motors which have been
in operation for longer periods of time,
check to see if the operating conditions
have changed (in regards to cleanliness, friction,
moved components, etc.)
For 2. Check the wiring to the motor temperature monitor X6/1
and X6/2 for transmission interruptions or shorts.
For 3.
Check the velocity regulator loop parameterization (see
the function description.)
F221 Error Motor Temperature Control
Cause:
Transmission interruption in the wiring to the motor temperature monitor.
Remedy:
Check the wiring to the motor temperature monitor X6/1 and X6/2 for
transmission interruptions.
F222 Drive Overtemperature Watch defect
The temperature monitor checks to see if the measured drive
temperature is realistic.
If it determines that it is smaller than -10°C, it will assume that the
measuring unit is defective.
The error message is generated after the accompanying E219 warning
has been given for 30 seconds.
Cause:
1.
Sensor not connected to the DRP3 conductor card.
2.
Broken cable in the control drive or defective sensor.
Remedy:
Exchange or repair drive.
F226 Undervoltage Error
The DC Bus voltage is monitored in the power supply module. The drive
is told via the control voltage bus if the DC Bus voltage is above the
minimum allowable value of +200 V for DDS and +250 for DKR. Going
below this threshold stops the drive according to the selected error
reaction.
Requirement: The NCB bridge is not installed on the supply module.
Cause:
1.
Power cut-off without prior deactivation of the drive through the
control enable (RF).
2.
Activation of the drive via the control enable (RF) without
prior activation of the power supply.
3.
Supply module malfunction
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Description of Diagnostic Letters F... and E... 2-3
DIAX03 Drive With Electric Gear Functions
Remedy:
1.
Check the logic for activating the control drive enable in the
connected control system.
2.
Eliminate the supply module malfunction.
See the supply module user manual.
F228 Excessive Deviation
If the position loop is connected, the drive will monitor to see if the
inputted command value can be followed. In doing this, the drive will
calculate an actual model position value and compare it to the actual
position value. This error is generated if the difference between the
theoretical and actual position values continually exceeds the value in the
S-0-0159, Monitoring Window parameter.
Cause:
1.
The acceleration ability of the control drive was
exceeded.
2.
The motor shaft was blocked.
3.
Parameterization error in the drive parameters.
4.
S-0-0159, Monitoring Window was parameterized incorrectly
5.
The power supply was turned off with a stationary control enable.
Possible cause: An error in an AC servo drive at the common
supply module.
Remedy:
For 1.
Check the S-0-0092, Bipolar Torque Limit parameter and set it
to the maximum allowable value for the operation. Reduce the
acceleration handicap of the control system (see control system
handbook)
For 2.
Check the mechanical system and eliminate any jamming of
the motor shaft
For 3.
Check the drive parameters
For 4.
Parameterize S-0-0159, Monitoring Window
For 5.
Check the AC servo drive for an error message other than "28".
F229 Motor Encoder Failure: Quadrant Error
A hardware error was discovered in the motor encoder interface being
used.
Cause:
1.
Defective encoder cable
2.
Insulation disturbance on the encoder cable
3.
Defective motor encoder interface
4.
Defective drive
Remedy:
2-4
For 1.
Exchange the encoder cable
For 2.
Separate the encoder cable from the power cables.
For 3.
Exchange the motor encoder interface
For 4.
Exchange the drive
Description of Diagnostic Letters F... and E...
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F233 External Power Supply Error
Cause:
Various optional plug-in cards are available via conductive separate
inputs and outputs. Orderly operation of these inputs and outputs requires
that an external power supply be installed. If this supply lies outside of the
allowable range, the error message will be generated.
The following functions require an external power supply:
1.
Reference switch on plug-in card DSS2, activated via the
parameter S-0-0147, Homing Parameter, bit 5.
2.
Travel range limit switch on card DSS, activated
Parameter P-0-0090, Travel Limit Switch Parameter, bit 1
3.
Measuring key inputs activated via S-0-0170, Probing Cycle
Procedure Command
4.
Emergency stop input on card DSS2, activated via parameter
P-0-0008, Activation E-Stop-Function, bit 0.
5.
Use of a DEA plug-in card.
6.
Use of a DEK plug-in card.
7.
Analysis of a measurement system via a DAG plug-in card.
via
Remedy:
Check external power supply.
Description:
External
Operating Voltage +UL
External
Current Absorbtion IL
Unit:
min.:
typ.:
max.:
V
18
24
32
mA
100
Table 2-2: External Power Supply
F234 Emergency Stop
Cause:
The emergency stop function was activated by turning off the +24V at the
X12/6 input. The drive was brought to a standstill by the selected error
reaction.
Remedy:
1.
Eliminate the condition which caused the +24V at the X12/6 input
to be turned off.
2.
Activate the "Reset Class 1 Condition" command via the control
system (see control system handbook.)
F236 Excessive Position Feedback Difference
Cause:
In preparation for switching to communication phase 4, the command will
set position feedback value 1 and position feedback value 2 will be set to
the same value. The cyclical evaluation of both encoders will also begin.
In cyclical operation (phase 4), the position feedback value difference of
both encoders is compared with S-0-0391, External Encoder
Monitoring Window. If the difference is larger than the monitoring
window, the error F236 "Excessive Position Feedback Difference" will be
diagnosed and the drive will react according to the selected error reaction.
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Description of Diagnostic Letters F... and E... 2-5
DIAX03 Drive With Electric Gear Functions
1.
False parameter for the external encoder
(S-0-0115, Position Encoder Type-Parameter2,
S-0-0117, External Encoder Resolution ).
2.
The mechanical system between the motor shaft and the external
encoder has been parameterized incorrectly.
(S-0-0121, Input Revolutions of Load Gear,
S-0-0122, Output Revolutions of Load Gear,
S-0-0123, Feed Constant).
3.
The mechanical system between the motor shaft and the external
encoder is not rigid (For example, play in the
transmission.)
4.
Defective encoder cable.
5.
Plug-in card (DLF or DEF) for evaluating the external measuring
system is defective.
6.
Maximum input frequency of the encoder interface has been
exceeded.
7.
External encoder not attached to the shaft being driven.
Remedy:
For 1.
Check S-0-0115, Position Encoder Type Parameter-2 and
S-0-0117, External Encoder Resolution Encoder
For 2.
Check S-0-0121, S-0-0122, Load Gear Input and
Output Revolutions and S-0-0123, Feed Constants.
For 3.
Enlarge S-0-0391, External Encoder Monitoring Window.
For 4.
Exchange the encoder cable.
For 5.
Exchange the plug-in card for evaluation of the external
measurement system.
For 6.
Reduce velocity.
For 7.
Set the S-0-0391, External Encoder Monitoring Window to 0
(switch off monitor).
F237 Excessive Position Command Difference
Cause:
When the drive is operating in position control the position command
values which come via the SERCOS interface are monitored. If the
velocity required of the drive by two successive position command values
is greater than or equal to the value in S-0-0091, Bipolar Velocity Limit,
the position command monitor gives a message. The excessive position
command value is stored in parameter P-0-0010. The last valid
position command value is stored in parameter P-0-0011.
Remedy:
Compare S-0-0091, Bipolar Velocity Limit
program and match it if necessary.
with the velocity in the
242 External Encoder Failure: Signals too small
Cause:
The analog signals of a measurement system are used for high resolution
analysis of that external measurement system. These are monitored
according to two criteria:
2-6
1.
The indicator given by the sine and cosine signals must be at
least 1 V.
2.
The maximum indicator from the sine and cosine signals may
not exceed 11.8 V.
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Remedy:
1.
Check the encoder cable.
2.
Check the encoder.
;
12 - 18V
Fig. 2-1: Signal amplitude is measured via AK1 X3/1-2
F245 External Encoder Failure: Quadrant Error
A hardware error was discovered in the high resolution position interface
for "DLF" sine signals of the external measurement system.
Cause:
1.
Defective encoder cable
2.
Insulation distrubance on the encoder cable
3.
Defective DLF plug-in card
Remedy:
For 1.
Exchange the encoder cable
For 2.
Separate the encoder cable from the power cables.
For 3.
Exchange the DLF plug-in card
F248 Low-Battery Voltage
Cause:
Absolute position information is stored by a battery buffer in the motor
feedback in MKD and MDD motors. The battery has a 10 year life span.
This message appears if the battery voltage falls below 2.8 V. The
absolute encoder function will still be preserved for about 2 weeks.
CAUTION:
Danger areas:
A malfunction in the control of motors
and moving elements
Possible damages:
Mechanical injuries
Precautionary measures:
Replace the battery as soon as possible
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DIAX03 Drive With Electric Gear Functions
Instructions for Exchanging Batteries
Have the following tools and accessories ready:
• Torx screwdriver, size 10
• Needle-nose pliers, torque wrench
• New packaged battery (Part No.: 257101)
CAUTION
Danger areas:
A malfunction in the control of motors
and moving elements
Possible damages:
mechanical injuries
Precautionary measures: Turn off the power supply
Make sure it will not be turned back on
Exchange the battery while the
supply voltage is turned on.
If the control voltage is turned off while the battery is taken out, the
absolute position will be lost.
The absolute position must be reestablished.
Removing the Battery
• Unscrew torx screw with a size 10 screwdriver (step 1)
• Pull out the resolver feedback RSF lid by hand
• Remove the connection to the battery (step 2)
• Loosen battery clamp and remove the battery (step 3)
• Place the factory-made battery (Part. No.: 257101) in the housing and
screw on the clamp.WARNING! Do not kink the battery cable.
• Reconnect the battery (step 2)
Close the resolver feedback lid, screw 4 torx screws (step 1) and tighten
1.8 Nm (16 lb-in) with the torque wrench.
F249 Lead Drive Encoder Failure: Signals too small
The signals of the master encoder will be monitored. If the signal
amplitude of the master encoder falls below a minimum threshold value,
then this error message will be displayed. The drive performs the
established response which is in the parameter P-0-0119, Deceleration
as best as possible.
Cause:
The analog signals of the measurement system are used to evaluate a
steering axle encoder. These will be monitored according to two criteria:
1.
The indicator given
must be at least 1 V.
by
the
sine
and
cosine
signals
2.
The maximum indicator from the sine and cosine signals may
not exceed 11.8 V.
Remedy:
2-8
1.
Check the encoder cable.
2.
Check the encoder.
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F252 Lead Drive Encoder Failure: Quadrant Error
A hardware error was discovered in the high resolution position interface
for "DLF" sine signals of the external measurement system.
Cause:
1.
Defective encoder cable
2.
Insulation distrubance on the encoder cable
3.
Defective DLF plug-in card
Remedy:
For 1.
Exchange the encoder cable
For 2.
Separate the encoder cable from the power cables.
For 3.
Exchange the DLF plug-in card
F267 Erroneous Internal Hardware Synchronization
Cause:
The control of all drives in a SERCOS ring is synchronized with a phase
regulator loop. Proper functioning of the synchronization is monitored.
This error is generated if the average of the deviation is larger than 5
usec.
Remedy:
• Exchange DSS plug-in card
• Exchange control drive
F268 Brake Error
The drive takes control of the brake on motors with internal brakes. The
braking current is monitored.
If the braking current is outside of the allowable range between:
0.4 -1.6 * P-0-0511, Braking Current
these error message will follow.
Cause:
1.
The power supply for the brake is not connected properly or is
outside of a (24 V +/- 10%) tolerance.
2.
The motor cable is incompletely or incorrectly connected
(wiring error)
3.
Defective brake
4.
Defective drive
Note:
A conductive connection between 0V brake supply and 0V of
the drive controller is necessary.
Remedy:
For 1.
Check the power supply
For 2.
Check the motor cable
For 3.
Exchange the motor
For 4.
Exchange drive
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DIAX03 Drive With Electric Gear Functions
F276 Absolute encoder error
When switching off a drive with an absolute encoder motor (multiturn) the
current actual position is saved. When it is turned back on, the position
given by the absolute encoder evaluation is compared with this saved
value. This error is given if the deviation is larger than the parametered P0-0097, Absolute Encoder Monitoring Window.
Cause:
1.
Turning on for the first time (invalid stored position).
2.
While the drive was turned off, the shaft was moved farther than
allowed by the P-0-0097, Absolute Monitoring Window
parameter.
Incorrect position initialization
3.
Remedy:
For 1.
Reset the error (set measurement relationship) by pressing S1
For 2.
The motor was moved while turned off and sits outside of its
permissible position.
Check to see if a travel command would cause damage.
Reset the error afterwards.
For 3.
An accident may occur by unwanted shaft movement.
Check measurement relationship. A feedback defect is present
if the measurement relationship is false. The feedback should
be exchanged (with MDD or MKD motors, exchange the whole motor.)
F281 Mains fault
Cause:
The power supply voltage failed for at least 3 supply periods during
operation. As a result, the drive was brought to a standstill according to
the set error reaction.
Remedy:
Check the power
specifications.
supply
connection
according
to
the
project
F282 Phase fault
The power supply voltage is checked each time the control voltage is
switched on and each time the control enable is switched off; a phase
error was found during this check.
Cause:
A power supply phase has failed or is outside of the allowable tolerance.
Remedy:
Check the power supply connection according to the project specifications
of the drive being used.
F283 Net - overvoltage
Cause:
The power supply voltage is above the allowable value > 460V+15%
Remedy:
Make sure the power supply is connected properly according to the
project specifications of the drive being used.
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F284 Maincontactor nc-low voltage
Cause:
When the main contactor was turned off, the DC Bus voltage sank below
400 V during the set control enable.
Remedy:
Switch off the control enable before switching off the main contactor.
F401 Double MST Error Shutdown
The master-sync-telegram was not received in the drive in two successive
SERCOS cycles.
Cause:
1.
Disruption in the fiber optic cables.
2.
The light signal was reduced too much.
3.
Malfunction in the SERCOS interface (general).
Remedy:
For 1.
Check all fiber optic connections in the SERCOS-ring.
For 2.
Measure the reduction in the fiber optic cable.
The maximum attenuation between TX and RX is 12.5 dB.
For 3.
Exchange the SERCOS interface plug-in card in the drive.
F402 Double MDT Error Shutdown
The master data telegram (MDT) was not received in the drive in two
successive SERCOS cycles.
Cause:
1.
Disruption in the fiber optic cables.
2.
The light signal was reduced too much.
3.
Malfunction in the SERCOS interface (general).
Remedy:
For 1.
Check all fiber optic connections in the SERCOS-ring.
For 2.
Measure the reduction in the fiber optic cable.
The maximum attenuation between TX and RX is 12.5 dB.
For 3.
Exchange the SERCOS interface plug-in card in the drive.
F403 Invalid Communication Phase Shutdown
An invalid communication phase was given by the SERCOS master
module (Phase \> 4)
Cause:
Error in the SERCOS master module of the control system
Remedy:
Consult the control system manufacturer
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DIAX03 Drive With Electric Gear Functions
F404 Error during Phase Progression
The prescribed order was not kept during phase progression.
Cause:
Error in the SERCOS master module of the control system
Remedy:
Consult the control system manufacturer
F405 Error during Phase Regression
Phase 0 was not actuated while switching back from a communication
phase.
Cause :
Error in the SERCOS master module of the control system
Remedy:
Consult the control system manufacturer
F406 Phase Switching without Ready Signal
A phase switch was attempted from the SERCOS master without waiting
for the drive's ready signal.
Cause:
Error in the SERCOS master module of the control system
Remedy:
Consult the control system manufacturer
F630 Negative Travel Limit Value is exceeded
The drive was given a command value which would lead to a position
outside of the travel region. The shaft was brought to a standstill with the
"Set Velocity Command Value to Zero" error reaction. In the parameter P0-0090, Travel Limit Switch, "travel limit exceeded will be handled as an
error", set in bit 2.
Cause:
The S-0-0049 or S-0-0050 position limits were exceeded.
Remedy:
1.
Check the positive
position limits
S-0-0049
and
negative
2.
Check the software limits of the control system
3.
Activate the shaft after the error reaction
S-0-0050
Procedure:
• Reset the error
• If the power supply was switched off, switch it back on.
• Move the shaft into the allowable working range.
Note: Only command values which lead to the allowable range will be
accepted. All other command values will result in bringing the
drive to a standstill again.
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F644 Negative Travel Limit Switch detected
The travel limit switch was activated. The shaft was brought to a standstill
with the "Set Velocity Command Value to Zero" error reaction. Bit 2 of the
P-0-0090, Travel Range Limit Switch parameter is set for "Exceeding
Travel Range as an Error," or exceeding the position limit started by a
drive command (such as the drive controlled homing procedure).
Cause:
A limit switch was activated.
Remedy:
1.
Reverse the error
2.
Switch on the power supply again
3.
Move the motor into the allowable travel region.
Note:
The drive will not accept command values which lead out of
the allowable travel range. Entering these command values in
the drive will result in this error
F818 Drive Overtemperature Shutdown
The power amplifier of the drive has reached a temperature which is too
high. In response, the drive gives the "E250 Drive Overtemperature
Warning" for 30 seconds. The drive is then brought to a standstill
according to the error reaction.
Cause:
1.
Loss of the drive's internal blower
2.
Loss of the control cabinet climate control
3.
Incorrect control cabinet dimensioning in regards to
heat dissipation
Remedy:
For 1.
If the blower has failed, exchange the drive
For 2.
Install a control cainbet climitization function.
For 3.
Check the dimensions of the control cabinet
Note:
Temperature monitoring may not lead to fatal error classes.
F819 Drive Overtemperature Monitor Defective
Cause:
A NTC resistor is used to measure the drive temperature. If the resistor is
defective or is not connected, the aforementioned error message is
generated.
Remedy:
Exchange or connect the NTC resistor.
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DIAX03 Drive With Electric Gear Functions
F820 Bleeder overload
Cause :
The energy of a braking motor cannot be converted quickly enough by the
bleeder resistors.
The energy converted by the internal bleeder is analyzed. When the
maximum energy capacity of the bleeder is exceeded, it is shut off. The
bleeder overload error is given.
Remedy:
The braking slope should have a flatter parameter or increase the bleeder
capabilities by adding an additional bleeder.
The drive can be used again after the bleeder has cooled.
F822 Motor Encoder Failure: Signals too small
The analog signals of a measurement system are used for high resolution
analysis of that external measurement system. These are monitored
according to two criteria:
1.
The indicator given
must be at least 1 V.
2.
The maximum indicator from the sine and cosine signals may
not exceed 11.8 V.
Note:
by
the
sine
and
cosine
signals
The error cannot be cleared in communication phase 4.
Before clearing the error, switch to communication phase 2.
Remedy:
• Check the encoder cable.
• Reposition the cable away from the motor power cable. The drive must
be shielded (see control drive project specifications.)
• Check the encoder and exchange, if necessary
12 - 18 V
Fig. 2-2: Signal amplitude is measured via AK1 X3/1-2
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F827 Drive interlock while drive activated
Cause:
The drive interlock was activated at the same time as the control enable.
The drive switches to torque free operation immediately.
Remedy:
The drive interlock should not be activated at the same time as the control
enable. Check the control of the drive interlock input.
F860 Overcurrent: Short in Powerstage
The current in the power transistor bridge has exceeded the doubled
value of the peak current of the drive. As a result, the drive will be
switched to torque free operation. An optional brake is immediately
activated.
Cause:
1.
Short in the motor cable.
2.
The power supply of the drive is defective.
Remedy:
For 1.
Check the motor cable for a short.
For 2.
Exchange the drive.
F861 Overcurrent: Short to Ground
The sum of the phase currents is monitored. The sum = 0 under normal
operation. If the sum of the current is larger than 0.5 x IN, the short circuit
to ground fuse is activated.
Cause:
1.
Defective motor cable
2.
Short circuit to ground in the motor
Remedy:
Check the motor cable and motor for the short circuit to ground
and exchange, if necessary.
F869 +/- 15 Volt Error
The drive found a malfunction in the ± 15 V supply.
Cause:
1.
Defective control supply bus cable
2.
Defective supply module
Remedy:
For 1.
Check the control supply bus cable or connector connection and
exchange, if necessary
For 2.
Check supply module (see supply module instructions for use).
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DIAX03 Drive With Electric Gear Functions
F870 + 24 Volt Error
The drive found a malfunction in the + 24 V supply.
Cause:
1.
Defective control supply bus cable.
2.
The 24 V power supply is overloaded.
3.
Defective supply module.
4.
Short in the emergency circuit.
Remedy:
For 1. Check the control bus cable or connector connection and
exchange,
if necessary.
For 2.
Check the supply module of the 24 V supply voltage.
For 3.
Check supply module (see supply module instructions for use).
For 4.
Check the emergency circuit for shorts.
F871 + 10 Volt Error
The power supply for the current sensors has been disrupted.
Cause:
A defect in the drive.
Remedy:
Exchange the drive.
F878 Velocity Loop Error
If the difference between velocity command value and actual value is
larger than 10% of the maximum motor velocity while the velocity loop is
active, the velocity actual value must move in the direction if the
command value. This error is generated if the actual value does not come
closer to the command value within 20 ms and the effective torque/force
command is at the limit (=P-0-4046, Effective Peak Current).
Cause:
1.
Motor cable is connected incorrectly.
2.
Defective drive power supply.
3.
Defective feedback.
4.
Velocity loop paramaterized incorrectly.
5.
Acceleration or brake slope parameterized too steep.
6.
Effective peak current is too low
Remedy:
2-16
For 1.
Check motor cable connection.
For 2.
Exchange the drive.
For 3.
Exchange motor.
For 4.
Check the velocity controller according the user instructions
(see the velocity controller chapter).
For 5.
Decrease the maximum acceleration in the control system or
P-0-1201, Acceleration Slope 1
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F879 Crossing Max. Velocity Feedback Value
The actual velocity is monitored in torque regulation mode. This error is
generated when the programmed velocity in the S-0-0091, Bipolar
Velocity Limit Value parameter is exceeded by 1.125 times or min. 100
Rpm ( rotary motors ) or 100 mm/min ( linear motors ).
Cause:
The load torque was less than the torque command value. This leads to
an increase in the actual velocity up to the maximum possible motor
velocity.
Remedy:
Assign the proper torque command value for the desired application.
Reduce the S-0-0092, Bipolar Torque Limit parameter.
F889 Regenerating overcurrent
Cause :
The current regenerated by the drive is larger than 1.2 times the type
current ( only with DKR ).
Remedy:
Exchange the drive.
F890 Regenerating electronic watchdog
Cause :
The RSK processor on the in-out storage card is not working
Remedy:
Exchange the drive or the in-out storage card.
F891 Power supply fault
The DC Bus voltage is not increasing after the main contactor is switched on.
Cause:
If there is a short in the DC Bus, voltage cannot build up after the drive
has been switched on. This error is given if the voltage remains under
100v for approx. 200ms.
Remedy:
Exchange the drive
F892 Wrong code of current measuring unit
A faulty current measuring card was discovered after the supply voltage
was switched on.
Cause:
The current measuring card has an incorrect code. The coding does not
work with the RSK conductor card.
Remedy:
Exchange the current measuring card.
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DIAX03 Drive With Electric Gear Functions
F893 No regenerating current to net
This error message is generated if the regenerating current command
value is at its maximum and no current is flowing for approx. 50ms.
Cause:
1.
Power supply not properly connected
2.
Defective regeneration.
Remedy:
For 1.
Check the power supply connection according to the project
specifications.
For 2.
Exchange the drive
F894 Checksum error
Cause :
The checksum is stored in the EPROM during the initial programming.
Each time the drive is turned on, the processor checks to see if the
checksum which is created corresponds to the one which has been
stored. This error is generated if this is not the case.
Remedy:
Exchange the RSK conductor unit EPROM
2-18
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2.2
Warning Diagnostic Messages E...
Warnings do not lead to an
automatic shutdown
Many areas are monitored in connection with operating modes and
parameter settings. As a result, if a state is discovered which is still
allowed by the order of operation, but in continuous operation generates
an error and thereafter leads to shutdown of the drive, a warning will be
generated in the case where this state appears again.
Warning Classes
The warning class is evident
from the diagnostic message
Warnings can be separated into 2 classes. They differentiate if the drive
will perform an automatic response with the appearance of a warning.
Warning Class:
Diagnostic
Message:
Drive Reaction:
with Drive Response
E8xx
Drive Stop
without Drive
E2xx
Response
Table 2-3:Division of the Warning Classes
--
Warnings can not be externally deleted.
E201 No mains
Cause:
After the control voltage has been switched on, the drive checks to see if
the mains connection of the power supply has also been switched on.
This warning is given if this has not happened correctly.
( Only with DKR )
Remedy:
Check power connections ( external relays, fuses, etc. )
E202 Not ready for power on
Cause:
The main contactor K1 always switches off when the control enable is not
set. As is necessary because of the drive capacities, the DC Bus voltage
does not built up suddenly after the main contactor is switched off. This
message is given as long as the Bus voltage > 250V and prevents
switching on the main contactor.
This protects the discharge capacitors.
Remedy:
The warning is automatically recalled by the drive when the bus voltage
falls below < 250V.
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DIAX03 Drive With Electric Gear Functions
E219 Warning Drive Overtemperature Watch Defect
The temperature monitor checks to see if the measured control drive
temperature is realistic. If it determines that it is smaller than -10°C, it will
assume that the measuring unit is defective. The warning E219 "Warning
Drive Overtemperature " will appear for 30 seconds. Afterwards the drive
will be brought to a standstill according to the selected error reaction and
message F220 "Error Drive Overtemperature Monitor Defective" will be
given.
Cause:
1.
Sensor not connected to the DRP3 conductor card.
2.
Broken cable in the drive or defective sensor.
Remedy:
Exchange or repair the drive.
E221 Warning Motor Temperature Control
The temperature monitor checks to see if the measured motor
temperature is realistic. If it determines that it is smaller than -10°C, it will
assume that the measuring unit is defective. The warning E221 "Warning
Motor Temperature Monitor Defective" will appear for 30 seconds.
Afterwards the drive will be brought to a standstill according to the
selected error reaction and the message F221 "Motor Temperature
Monitor Defective" will be given.
Cause:
1.
Motor temperature sensor not connected.
2.
Broken cable.
3.
Defective sensor.
4.
Broken cable in the drive.
Remedy:
For 1.
Connect the sensor to the drive and to the motor ( see project
specifications for the motor ).
For 2.
Exchange the wiring between the drive and the motor.
For 3.
Exchange motor.
For 4.
Exchange the drive.
E249 Positioning Vel. (S-0-0259) Greater S-0-0091
Cause:
In the "Drive Internal Interpolation" operating mode, a velocity is given in
the S-0-0259, Positioning Velocity parameter with which the given target
position should be approached.
The E249 message is generated if this is larger than the allowable
maximum value S-0-0091, Bipolar Velocity Limit Value. The message
bit 4 is set in the S-0-0013, Condition Class 3 simultaneously.
Remedy: Reduce S-0-0259, Positioning Velocity.
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E250 Drive Overtemperature Warning
The temperature of the heatsink in the drive has reached the maximum
allowable temperature. The drive follows the command value input for a
30 second time period. This makes it possible to bring the shaft to a
standstill with the control system while keeping with the process. (For
example, close the operation, leave the collision area, etc.)
After 30 seconds the reaction set in the "P-0-0119, Best Possible
Deceleration parameter will follow from the drive.
Cause:
1.
Loss of the drive's internal blower,
2.
Loss of the control cabinet’s climate control,
3.
Incorrect cabinet dimensioning in regards to
heat dissipation.
Remedy:
For 1.
If the blower fails exchange the drive.
For 2.
Create a control cabinet climitization function.
For 3.
Check the dimensions of the cabinet.
E251 Motor Overtemperature Warning
The motor has heated up. The drive follows the command value input for
a 30 second time period. This makes it possible to bring the motor to a
standstill with the control system while keeping with the process. (For
example, close the operation, leave the collision area, etc.)
After 30 seconds the reaction set in the "P-0-0119, Best Possible
Deceleration parameter will follow from the control drive.
Cause:
The motor became overloaded. The effective torque required of the motor
was above the allowable standstill continuous torque for too long.
Remedy:
Check the installation of the motor. For systems which have been in use
for a long time, check to see if the control drive conditions have changed
(in regards to pollution, friction, components which have been moved,
etc).
E253 Target position out of range
Cause:
In the "Drive Internal Interpolation" operating mode the S-0-0258, Target
Position which is specified is checked to see if it is within the permissible
travel region of the drive.
This is defined with the parameters S-0-0049, Positive Position Limit
and S-0-0050, Negative Position Limit.
The E253 message will be generated if the target position lies outside of
the travel range. Additionally, warning bit 13 is set in the S-0-0012,
Condition Class 2.
Remedy:
Check the specified S-0-0258, Target Position
necessary.
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Description of Diagnostic Letters F... and E... 2-21
DIAX03 Drive With Electric Gear Functions
E255 Feedrate Override (S-0-0108) = 0
The travel velocity used in drive controlled travel commands can be
changed with the S-0-00108, Feedrate Override parameter.
This warning is given if the value of this parameter is 0, since the drive
cannot follow this command value.
Cause:
1.
The control system's feed potentiometer is
at zero or is being interpreted incorrectly.
2.
The parameter was set at the wrong value.
Remedy:
For 1.
Check feed potentiometer.
For 2.
Set the parameter at the correct value for the application.
E257 Continuous current limiting active
The thermal controller load is monitored. If a rated current profile is
demanded of the drive which would require too high of a power transistor
load over time ( too much warming of the power output,) the drive will
react by dynamically reducing the effective peak current. This warning will
be given at the same time. The P-0-4046, Effective Peak Current
parameter will be reduced. The early warning E261 Continuous Current
Limit Prewarning should have been generated before the peak current is
actually limited.
Cause:
The drive was overloaded.
Remedy:
1.
Check the drive installation.
2.
Reduce acceleration.
With systems which have been used for longer periods of time,
check if the control drive conditions have changed
in regards to:
- Friction
- Components which have been moved
E259 Command velocity limitation active
In the position control and velocity regulation operating modes the
effective velocity command value is limited to the value in the S-0-0091,
Bipolar Velocity Limit Value parameter. The warning is given if the
resulting velocity command value reaches this limit.
Cause:
The S-0-0091, Bipolar
parameterized too low.
Velocity
Limit
Value
parameter
was
Remedy:
In normal operating conditions set the S-0-0091, Bipolar Velocity Limit
Value parameter at a value which is 10% higher than the NC effective
velocity.
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E261 Continuous current limiting prewarning
Digital drives are monitored by a continually running temperature model. If
the thermal load reaches 100% the continuous current limit is activated
shortly thereafter.
Before the torque is reduced, a continuous current limit early warning is
given via a switching threshold, which is determined with the P-0-0127,
Overload Warning parameter.
Entering P-0-0127 = 100% into the parameter deactivates the warning.
Cause:
The drive was overloaded.
Remedy:
1.
Check the drive installation.
2.
Reduce acceleration.
3.
Increase the switching threshold in the P-0-0127, Overload
Warning parameter.
3.
With systems which have been used for longer periods of time,
check if the control drive conditions have changed
in regards to:
- Friction
- Components which have been moved
- Feed during processing.
E263 S-0-0036 Velocity Command Value greater than bipolar limit
Cause:
The S-0-0036, Velocity Command Value was larger than allowed.
Remedy:
It is limited to the S-0-001, Bipolar Velocity Limit Value.
E410 Slave not scanned or address 0
While the SERCOS ring is being initialized in communication phase 1,
each slave which is to participate in additional phase uptakes must be
addressed by the SERCOS master. Slaves which are not addressed or
which have been set to the drive address "0" diagnose this through the
E410 warning. Communication with these slaves in higher communication
phases is not possible. They only work in the repeater mode.
Cause:
Slave was not scanned in phase 1 or is set to the address "0".
Remedy:
• Set the correct slave address
• Check the SERCOS master configuration
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E825 Overvoltage Error
The DC Bus voltage has exceeded its maximum value. (Vbus > 475 V).
The drive was switched to torque free operation in order to prevent
damage to its power stage.
Cause:
The energy regenerated by a braking drive (a main-spindle drive, for
example ) cannot be converted by the bleeder resistors quickly enough.
Remedy:
Decrease the Deceleration ramp in the spindle motor. Check the power
supply and replace if necessary.
E830 Negative Position limit value exceeded
The drive was given a command value which would lead to a motor
position outside of the travel region. The motor was brought to a standstill
by setting the velocity command value to zero. A class 1 condition error is
not generated. The drive will automatically follow command values which
lead into the allowable range after they are entered. "Exceeding Travel
Limit as Warning" is set in bit 2 of parameter P-0-0090, Travel Limit
Parameter.
Cause:
The S-0-0049 or S-0-0050 position limits were exceeded.
Remedy:
Enter command values which lead back into the allowable range.
Note:
An error will be generated if the shaft is brought into the
allowable travel range at the beginning of a drive command.
E844 Negative Travel Zone Limit Switch Activated
The drive was given a command value which would lead to a motor
position outside of the travel region. The motor was brought to a standstill
by setting the velocity command value to zero. A class 1 diagnostics error
is not generated. The drive will automatically follow command values
which lead to the allowable range after they are entered. "Exceeding
Travel Limit as Warning" is set in bit 2 of parameter S-0-0090, Travel
Zone Limit Switch.
Cause:
Travel zone limit switch activated
Remedy:
Enter command values which lead back into the allowable range.
Note:
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Description of Diagnostic Letters F... and E...
An error will be generated if the shaft is brought into the
allowable travel range at the beginning of a drive command.
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Description of Diagnostic Letters C... and A...
3.1
Command Diagnostic Messages C...
The commands are used for control of complex features in the drive.
For example, the features "drive controlled homing procedure" or
"Communication Phase 4 Transition Check" are defined as commands.
Commands can start, interrupt or erase a primary control.
A parameter belongs to each command whereby the command can be
controlled by the parameter.
During the command operation, the diagnostic message "Cx" appears in
the H1 display where the x stands for the number of the command.
It can distinguish between 3 types of commands.
Command Types
• Drive Commands
- Lead to an eventual automatic drive movement
- Can be started only through an inputted control enable
- Deactivates the active operating mode during its operation
• Monitor Commands
Activation or deactivation of monitors or features
• Management Commands
- Lead management tasks that are not interruptable
C100 Communication Phase 3 Transition Check
Cause:
The command S-0-0127, C1 Communication phase 3 transition check
is activated.
C101 Invalid communication parameter (S-0-0021)
Cause:
Communication parameters are invalid if not needed to run the drive in
communication phase 3.
Remedy:
The invalid parameter are filed in the parameter S-0-0021, List of invalid
operating data of phase 3 .
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C102 Limit Error Communication Parameter (S-0-0021)
Cause:
Parameters which are used for the operation of the communications
phase 3 have to be outside of their minimum or maximum input values or
the entered value can not be processed.
Remedy:
The erroneous parameters are listed in S-0-0021, IDN List of Invalid
Operation Data Phase 2.
The parameters are edited with valid values in S-0-0021.
C104 Config. IDN for MDT not configurable
Cause:
Settings for telegram type 7 are in parameter S-0-0015, Telegram Types
Parameter. In S-0-0024, Configurations List for the Master Data
Telegram parameters are entered, which are not contained in
S-0-0188, List of Configurable Data in MDT .
Remedy:
You have to either set the priority telegramm ( Telegram type = 0..6 ) or
the S-0-0024, Configurations List for MDT has to be edited with
parameters which are also contained in S-0-0188, List of Configurable
Data .
C105 Configurated Length > Max.Length for MDT
Cause:
Telegram type 7 was set in parameter S-0-0015, Telegram Type
Parameter. The length of the configured data command in MDT, which is
determined by S-0-0024, Configurations List of the Master data
Telegram, exeeds the maximum permissable length S-0-0186, Length
of the Configurable Data Command in MDT.
Remedy:
You have to either set the priority telegram to S-0-0015, Telegram type
parameter ( Telegrammart = 0..6 ) or you reduce the number of
configurable parameters in MDT.
C106 Config. IDN for AT not configurable
Cause:
Settings for telegram type 7 are in parameter S-0-0015, Telegram types
parameter. In S-0-0016, List of Configurable Data for the AT,
parameters are entered which are not contained in S-0-0187, List of
configurable daten in AT .
Remedy:
The parameter has to be either set to S-0-0015, Telegram Type
Parameter as a priority telegram ( telegram type = 0..6 ) or you have to
set S-0-0016, List of Configurable Data for the AT on parameters
which are also contained in S-0-0187, List of Configurable Data in AT.
C107 Configurated Length > Max.Length For AT.
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C107 Configurated Length > Max. Length For AT
Cause:
The telegram type 7 is set in S-0-0015, Telegram type parameter. The
length of the configurable data set in AT which is determined by S-0-0016,
Custom Amplifier Telegram Configuration List, exceeds the maximum
permissable length S-0-0187, Length of the Configurable Data in AT .
Remedy:
Either set the priority telegram with S-0-0015, Telegram type parameter
(telegram type = 0..6) or reduce the number of configurable parameters in
AT ( S-0-0016 ).
C108 Time Slot Parameter > SERCOS Cycle Time
Cause:
One of the time slot parameters:
• S-0-0006, AT Transmission Starting Time (T1)
• S-0-0089, MDT Transmission Starting Time (T2)
• S-0-0007, Feedback Acquisition Starting Time (T4)
• S-0-0008, Command Valid Time (T3)
exeeds S-0-0002,.SERCOS cycle time.
Remedy:
Correction of the appropriate parameter(s).The determination of these
times are set by the contol manufacturer and is specified through the
SERCOS Interface
C109 Position of Data Record in MDT even (S-0-0009)
Cause:
The parameter S-0-0009, Starting address in MDT contains an even
value.This is invalid.
Remedy:
The parameter S-0-0009, Starting address in MDT has to be set odd.
The determination of this parameter is the responsibility of the control
manufacturer and is specified in the SERCOS Interface.
C110 Length of MDT odd (S-0-0010)
Cause:
The parameter S-0-0010, Length Master Data telegram contains an odd
value. This is invalid.
Remedy:
The parameter S-0-0010, Length Master Data Telegram has to be set
even. The determination of this parameter is the responsibility of the
control manufacturer and is specifiedin the SERCOS Interface.
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DIAX03 Drive With Electric Gear Functions
C111 S-0-0009 + Record Length - 1 > (S-0-0010)
Cause:
An error is present in parameter set S-0-0009, Starting address in
Master Data telegram and S-0-0010, Length Master Data telegram.
The length of the data command in MDT for the drive and the starting
address in MDT is larger then the total length of MDT.
Remedy:
The parameter set of S-0-0009, Starting address in Master data
telegram and S-0-0010, Length Master Data telegram have to be
corrected. The determination of these parameters is the responsibility of
the control manufacturer and is specified in the SERCOS Interface.
C112 TNcyc (S-0-0001) or TScyc (S-0-0002) Error
Cause:
The only correct values allowed for S-0-0001, NC Cycle Time and S-00002, SERCOS Cycle Time are 500 usec or integral multiples of 1ms.
This is not the case.
Remedy:
S-0-0001, NC Cicle Time and S-0-0002, SERCOS Cycle Time have to
be corrected. The determination of this parameter is the responsibility of
the control manufacturer and is specified in the SERCOS Interface.
C113 Relation TNcyc to TScyc Error
Cause:
The value of S-0-0001, NC Cycle Time can oly be equal to or be a
multiple of S-0-0002, SERCOS Cycle Time. This is not the case.
Remedy:
S-0-0001, NC Cycle time and S-0-0002, SERCOS cycle time have to
be corrected. The determination of those parameters is responsibility of
the control manufacturer and is specified in the SERCOS Interface.
C114 T4 > TScyc (S-0-0002) - T4min
Cause:
The maximum permissable value for S-0-0007, Measurement
Acquistion Time T4 is:
S-0-0002, SERCOS Cycle Time - S-0-0005, Minimum
Feedback Acquisition Time T4min.
The value for S-0-0007, Feedback Acquisition Starting Time T4
contains an error.
Remedy:
Correcting S-0-0007, Feedback Acquisition Starting Time T4. The
determination of this parameter is the responsibility of the control
manufacturer and is specified in the SERCOS Interface.
Cause:
The set value for S-0-0089, MDT Transmit Starting Time T2 contains an
error.The drive can't work with this value.
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C115 T2 to small
Cause:
The set value for S-0-0089, MDT Transmit Starting Time T2 contains an
error. The drive can`t work with this value.
Remedy:
Correcting S-0-0089, MDT Transmit Starting Time T2.
The determination of this parameter is the responsibility of the control
manufacturer and is specified in the SERCOS Interface.
C200 Communication Phase 4 Transition Check
Meaning:
The command S-0-0128, C2 Communication phase 4 Transition
Check is activated.
C201 Parameter Set Incomplete(-> S-0-0022)
Cause:
Parameters which will be necessary to operate the drive in
communication phase 4 are invalid. The invalid parameters are listed in
S-0-0022, IDN-List of Invalid Operation Data for Communication
Phase 3.
Remedy:
The parametes from S-0-0022, IDN-List of Invalid Operation Data for
Communication Phase 3 have to be edited with valid values.
C202 Parameter limit error (-> S-0-0022)
Cause:
Parameters which are necessary to operate the drive in communications
phase 4 are either outside of their minimum or maximum input values or
the entered value can't be processed (for BIT commands). The invalid
parameters are listed in S-0-0022, IDN List of Invalid Operation Data
for Communication Phase 3.
Remedy:
The parameters from S-0-0022, IDN-List of invalid operation data for
Communication Phase 3 have to be edited with valid values.
C203 Parameter calculation error (-> S-0-0022)
Cause:
Parameters which are necessary to operate in phase 4 can't be
processed. The invalid parameters are listed in S-0-0022, IDN List of
Invalid Operation Data for Communication Phase 3. For example, the
entered parameter P-0-0075, External Feedback Interface is for a DLFplug-in card; this value is, however, not available.
Remedy:
The parameters in S-0-0022, IDN-List of Invalid Operation Data for
Communication Phase 3 have to be edited with valid values.
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DIAX03 Drive With Electric Gear Functions
C204 Motor type (P-0-4014) incorrect
In parameter P-0-4014, Motor Type, an MDD- or MKD-Motor is entered
(value 1 or 5), The corresponding extension "MDD" or "MKD" was not
found in the data memory motor feedback in parameter S-0-0141, Motor Type.
Cause:
1.
Type of motor is set wrong
2.
The motor feedback memory can't be read.
Remedy:
For 1. In parameter P-0-4014, Motor Type, enter the connected motor.
For 2. Check feedback connection Feedback defective exchange Motor
C210 External feedback required (-> S-0-0022)
Cause:
In the parameters S-0-0147, Homing Parameter or in the Operational
type parameters S-0-0032..35 there are values entered which require the
use of an external feedback. In the parameter P-0-0075, External
Feedback Interface only "0" (for no setting) is entered.
Remedy:
S-0-0147, Homing Parameter or Operational Type Parameters
S-0-0032..35 eed to be changed to the application of a Motor feedback
instead of an external feedback.
External measurement system is activated through the input of the value
P-0-0075, External Feedback Interface that is not "0".
C211 Invalid feedback data (-> S-0-0022)
When using an MDD- or MKD- Motor, invalid data was found while
processing the parameters stored in the motor feedback.
Causes:
1.
Defective motor feedback cable
2.
Defective motor feedback
3.
Drive defective
Remedy:
For 1. Check the motor feedback cable
For 2. Exchange the motor
For 3. Exchange the drive
C212 Invalid amplifier data (-> S-0-0022)
During the drive initialization, the operating software retrieves data from
the EEPROM in the drive. If this access was unsuccessful, an error
message will be generated.
Cause:
Defective hardware in the drive
Remedy:
Exchange drive
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C213 Position data scaling error
Cause:
The display format of the position data can be set via the position data
scaling parameter. The internal drive format of the position data is
dependent on the motor transmitter and the transmitter resolution. The
factor for the conversion of the position data from the internal drive format
into the display format or the reverse conversion is outside of the
workable area because either:
• Linear motor and rotary positional scaling of the Motor or
• Rotary motor and linear positional scaling are not representable or
• Linear motor and modulo scaling is set or
• the average factor for conversion of the position data from the display
format into the internal format (or reverse process) is not
representable.
Remedy:
Check and set the relevant parameters correctly as follows:
• S-0-0076, Position Data Scaling Type
• S-0-0077, Linear Position Data Scaling Factor
• S-0-0078, Linear Position Data Scaling Exponent
• S-0-0079, Rotary position resolution
• S-0-0116, Resolution of Rotational Feedback
• S-0-0121, Input Revolutions of Load Gear
• S-0-0122, Output Revolutions of Load Gear
• S-0-0123, Feed Constant
• P-0-0074, Motor Feedback Interface
• S-0-0277, Position Feedback 1 Type Parameter
C214 Velocity data scaling error
Cause:
The display format of the velocity data can be set for velocity data with the
help of the scaling parameter.The drive internal format of the velocity data
depends on the used motor feedback and the feedback resolution. The
factor for the conversion of the velocity data from the internal drive format
into the display format (or the reverse process) is outside of the workable
area.
Remedy:
Check and set the relevant parameters correctly as follows:
• S-0-0044, Velocity Data Scaling Type
• S-0-0045, Velocity Data Scaling Factor
• S-0-0046, Velocity Data Scaling Exponent
• S-0-0116, Rotational feedback resulution 1
• S-0-0121, Input Revolutions of Load Gear
• S-0-0122, Output Revolutions of Load Gear
• S-0-0123, Feed Constant
• P-0-0074, Motor Feedback Interface
• S-0-0277, Position Feedback 1 Type Parameter
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DIAX03 Drive With Electric Gear Functions
C215 Acceleration data scaling error
Cause:
The display format of the acceleration data can be set for the acceleration
data with the help of the scaling parameter. The internal drive format of
the acceleration data is dependent on the applied rotational feedback and
the feedback resolution. The factor for the conversion of the acceleration
data from the internal drive format into the display format (or the reverse
process) is outside of the workable area.
Remedy:
Check and set the relevant parameters correctly as follows:
• S-0-0160, Acceleration Data Scaling Type
• S-0-0161, Acceleration Data Scaling Factor
• S-0-0162, Acceleration Data Scaling Exponent
• S-0-0116, Rotational feedback resulution 1
• S-0-0121, Input Revolutions of Load Gear
• S-0-0122, Output Revolutions of Load Gear
• S-0-0123, Feed Constant
• P-0-0074, Motor Feedback Interface
• S-0-0277, Position Feedback 1 Type Parameter
C216 Torque/Force data scaling error
Cause:
The display format of the torque data can be set for the torque data with
the help of the scaling parameter. The factor for the conversion of the
torque data from the internal drive format into the display format (or the
reverse process) is outside of the workable area.
Remedy:
Check and set the relevant parameters correctly as follows:
• S-0-0086, Torque/Force Data Scaling Type
• S-0-0093, Torque/Force Data Scaling Factor
• S-0-0094, Torque/Force Data Scaling Exponent
• S-0-0110, Amplifier Peak Current
• S-0-0111, Motor Current at Standstill
C217 Motor feedback data reading error
If the P-0-0074, Motor feedback interface is set at
• "1" for Standard interface,
• "4" for DFF plug-in card, or
• "8" for DAG plug-in card (Endat)
then the closed feedback has to have feedback data memory. The
values for the feedback resolution and the feedback type are taken from
there. An error was discovered while reading these values.
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Cause:
1.
Defective motor feedback cable
2.
Defective motor feedback
Remedy:
For 1. Check the motor feedback cable
For 2. Exchange the motor
C218 External feedback data reading error
If the P-0-0075, External Feedback Interface is set at
• "1" for Standard interface,
• "4" for DFF plug-in card, or
• "8" for DAG plug-in card (Endat)
is set, then the closed feedback has to have feedback data memory. The
values for feedback resolution and feedback type are taken from there.
An error was discovered while reading these values.
Cause:
1.
Defective encoder cable
2.
Defective encoder
Remedy:
For 1. Check the encoder cable
For 2. Exchange the encoder
C219 Leed drive feedback data reading error
If parameter P-0-0076, Interface Position Feedback Value 3
• "1" for standard Interface,
• "4" for DFF plug-in card, or
• "8" for DAG plug-in card
The system will then check
• if the parameter feedback type and the feedback resolution is available
and valid;
• and if the initialization enable is within 10 secduring the use of the
DFF 1.1M card.
If one of these requirements is not fullfilled, an error message will be
generated.
Cause:
1.
Feedback cable is defect or not connected
2.
Feedback defective
3.
Initialization Enable for Master Encoder Connection over
DFF 1.1 card not available.
Remedy:
For 1. Check feedback cable
For 2. Exchange feedback
For 3. Check
initialization
enable
of
the
following
drives.
The enable is given if the drive completed the conversion
command without error.
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DIAX03 Drive With Electric Gear Functions
C220 Mot. Feedback Initializing Error
A number of tests are performed when the motor feedback is initialized.
An error was detected while doing this. This error can be:
• Error during reading the angle rectification data
• Error during copying the angle rectification data
• Disturbance in the communication with the feedback
• Assembly error with the position of a initialization track
• Reading error of the analog signal of a initialization track
• Pointer length error of the analog signal of a initialization track
• Invalid offset between the high and low dissipating track
• Error in the micro-controller of the measuring system
Cause:
1.
Defective motor feedback cable
2.
Defective motor feedback
3.
Defective measurement system interface
Remedy:
For 1. Check the motor feedback cable
For 2. Exchange the motor
For 3. Exchange the measuring system interface (plug-in card)
C221 Ext. Feedback Initializing Error
During the initialization of an external encoder several checks are
performed. An error was detected while doing this. This error can be:
• Error during reading the angle rectification data
• Error during copying the angle rectification data
• Disturbance in the communication with the feedback
• Assembly error with the position of a initialization track
• Reading error of the analog signal of a initialization track
• Pointer length error of the analog signal of a initialization track
• Invalid offset between the high and low dissipating track
• Error in the micro-controller of the measuring system
• Setting error for the external 24V for DAG 1.2 to the SSI-Interface
Cause:
1.
Defective external feedback cable
2.
Defective feedback
3.
Defective measurement system interface
Remedy:
For 1. Check the external feedback cable
For 2. Exchange feedback
For 3. Exchange the measuring system interface (plug-in card)
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C222 Lead Drive Feedback Initializing Error
When the master encoder is initialized some checks are performed. An
error was detected while doing this. This error can be:
• Rerror during reading the angle rectification data
• Error during copying the angle rectification data
• Disturbance in the communication with the feedback
• Assembly error with the position of a initialization track
• Reading error of the analog signal of a initialization track
• Pointer length error of the analog signal of a initialization track
• Invalid offset between the high and low dissipating track
• Error in the micro-controller of the measuring system
• Setting error for the external 24V for DAG 1.2M to the SSI-Interface
Cause:
1.
Defective external feedback cable
2.
Defective feedback
Remedy:
For 1. Check the external feedback cable
For 2. Exchange feedback
C225 Coprocessor Not Ready For Initialization
The drive has a coprocessor.This coprocessor can be initilized during the
conversion command. The coprocessor signals it's availability for
initialization. If this is not the case an error occurs.
Cause:
Coprocessor failed.
Remedy:
Exchange the drive.
C226 Coprocessor Acknowledge Failed
The drive has a coprocessor. This coprocessor will be initilized during the
conversion command.
If the coprocessor doesn't confirm to the
initialization through the master processor an error is generated.
Cause:
Coprocessor failed.
Remedy:
Exchange the drive.
C227 Modulo range error
An error was discovered during the computation of the modulo values.
The calculated value is no longer in the representable area.
Remedy:
Check the parameters which will be used for the modulo function.
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C228 Controler Type (S-0-0140) incorrect
With the parameter S-0-0140, Drive Type several different internal
setting will be done in the software. If the content of this parameter can't
be used, this error will be generated.
Cause:
1.
The drive type can't be processed by the Software.
2.
Amplifier EEProm defect.
Remedy:
For 1. Contact Indramat.
For 2. Exchange/repair the drive.
C300 Set absolute measurement
The command P-0-0012, Set Absolute Measurement was activated by
the control system.
C302 Absolute Measuring System Not Installed
The command: set P-0-0012, Set Absolute Measurement was started
without an absolute encoder present.
The command can not be processed because no absolute encoder was
found
Cause:
1.
The command was falsely activated.
2.
The connected motor or the external measurement system is
not set as an absolute encoder.
Remedy:
For 1. Stop the command process.
For 2. Equip the motor or external measurement system with an
absolute encoder function.
C500 Reset Class 1 diagnostic (error reset)
The command for resetting errors, "S-0-0099, Reset Class 1
Diagnostics" was activated by the connected control system.
C501 Error delet only in Parameter Mode
Cause:
An attempt was made to rest the error, F8/22 Motor encoder Failure,
Signals too small, in communications phase 4.This is only possible in
communications phases < 4.
Remedy:
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1.
Reset communication phase
2.
Retry command.
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C600 Drive controlled homing procedure command
The command "S-0-0148, Drive Controlled Homing Procedure" was
activated via the connected control system.
C601 Homing not possible if drive is not enabled
Cause:
This command was selected without enabling the drive. This is not
allowed.
Remedy:
1.
Turn the drive enable on.
2.
Give the command again.
C602 Distance homing switch-reference mark erroneous
Cause:
Calculation of the zero switch is activated. The distance between the
positive zero switch edge and the calculated homing mark is outside of
the permissible range.
Remedy:
Transfer the value in parameter S-0-0298, Reference Cam Shifting to...
to parameter S-0-0299, Home switch offset.
C604 Homing of absolute encoder not possible
Tthe command S-0-0148, Drive Controlled Homing Procedure was
activated. With the feedback selection in S-0-0147, Homing Parameter
an absolute measurement system is selected. This command can only
then run if previously P-0-0012, setting absolute measurement was
selected.
Remedy:
First activate the command P-0-0012, Setting Absolute Measurement,
then start with the command S-0-0148, Drive controlled Homing
Procedure. With this procedure you define the absolute measurement
range.
C700 Basic load
The adjustment of the machine mechanic to the digital drive is done
through the activation of the motor feedback in the stored RPM control
parameter for the motors of the type MDD and MKD. The drive signals
with the C700 message that the C700 basic load command was activated
with the "S-0-0262, Command Basic Load" command.
Cause:
Activation of the command C700 basic load
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Description of Diagnostic Letters C... and A... 3-13
DIAX03 Drive With Electric Gear Functions
C701 Basic load not possible if drive is enabled
Cause:
The command S-0-0262, Command Basic Load can't be processed with
the drive enabled.
Remedy:
1.
Disable control enable.
2.
Repeat the command.
Run the Load Default Settings feature as a command"
C702 Default parameters not available
The adjustment of the machine mechanic to the digital drive is done
through the activation of the motor feedback in the stored RPM control
parameter for the motors of the type MDD and MKD. With the message
C702 the drive signals that the command S-0-0262, Command basic
load is activated, however, no data memory is available at the connected
motor.
Remedy:
Order the parameter information sheet from the Indramat Customer
service and enter parameters.
Run the Load Default Settings feature as a command"
C703 Default parameters invalid
Cause:
The default parameters are read from the motor feedback data memory.
At least one of those parameters is invalid.
Remedy:
Check the connection to the motor feedback.
necessary.
Exchange motor if
Run the Load Default Settings feature as a command"
C704 Default parameters error
Cause:
The available default parameters are not compatible with the software
version used.
Remedy:
Contact Indramat.
Run the Load Default Settings feature as a command"
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Description of Diagnostic Letters C... and A...
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3.2
Drive Mode Diagnostic Messages A...
A000 Communication Phase 0
The communication process is separated into four communication
phases:The phases 0 and 1 are used to recognize the participating
components. Phase 2 is used to provide the time and data protocols for
communication phases 3 and 4.
The initialization proceeds by an increasing sequence.The defaults of the
communication phase is set by the control.
By switching to
communication phase 4, the initialization is completed and the
performance setting is enabled.
If the phase progression switch is interrupted, one can recognize this
interruption by the state display remaining still in the previously connected
comunication phase. If the diagnostic A000 Communication phase 0 is
active, the drive stays in phase 0 and waits for a phase transfer to 1 by
the control.
A001 Communication Phase 1
The communication process is separated into four communication
phases: The phases 0 and 1 are used to recognize the participating
components. Phase 2 is used to provide the time and data protocols for
the communication phases 3 and 4.
The initialization proceeds by an increasing sequence. The defaults of the
communication phase is done through the control. By switching to the
communication phase 4, the initialization is completed and the
performance setting is enabled.
If the phase progression switch is interrupted, you can recognize this
interruption by the state display remaining still in the previously connected
comunication phase.
If the diagnosis A001 Communication phase 1 is active, the drive stays
in phase 1, the transfer from phase 1 to 2 is not yet indicated by the control.
A002 Communication Phase 2
The communication process is separated into four communication
phases: The phases 0 and 1 are used to recognize the participating
components. Phase 2 is used to provide the time and data protocols for
the communication phases 3 and 4.
The initialization proceeds by an increasing sequence. The preset of the
communication phase is done through the control. By switching to the
communication phase 4, the initialization is completed and the
performance setting is enabled.
If the phase progression switch is interrupted, one can recognize this
interruption by the state display remaining still in the previously connected
comunication phase. If the diagnosis A002 Communication phase 2 is
active, the drive then is in phase 2.
Before the control transfers to communication phase 3, the command
S-0-0127, C1 Communication Phase 3 Transition Check has to be
started. If the command is being confirmed negative, then the transfer
into communication phase 3 is impossible. The problems that were
diagnosed by the drive must first be solved.
Note: The parameters are not checked for exactness:
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DIAX03 Drive With Electric Gear Functions
A003 Communication Phase 3
The communication connection is separated into four communication
phases: The phases 0 and 1 are used to recognize the participating
componets. Phase 2 is used to provide the time and data protocols for
the communication phases 3 and 4.
The initialization proceeds by an increasing sequence. The defaults of the
communication phase is done through the control. By switching to
communication phase 4 the initialization is complete and the performance
setting is enabled.
If the phase progression switch is interrupted, one can recognize this by
the state display remaining still in the previously connected
communication phase. If the diagnosis A003 Communication phase 3
is active, then the drive is in phase 3.
Before the control transfers to communication phase 4 (Operation mode),
the command S-0-0128, C2 Communication phase 4 transition check
has to be started. If the command is being confirmed negative, the
transfer into communication phase 4 is impossible. The problems that
were diagnosed by the drive must first be solved.
Note: The parameters are not checked for exactness.
A010 Halt Drive
The feature “Drive Halt” was activated. The drive halt function serves to
stop the motor witha
defined acceleration and defined jerk.
This feature can either be activated by deleting the drive halt Bits (BIT 13)
in the master control word or by disconnecting a drive command (i.e., in
the drive controlled homing).
A011 Drive Interlock Open
Digital drives are equipped with a interlock function. It prevents an
undesired start of a servo axis. Through activation of the interlock function
the control transmitter of the power output is disconnected from the power
output through a relay contact.
At the connectors AS+;AS- of phoenix connector X3 is +24V power.
A012 Control and Power Sections Ready for Operation
The drive is supplied with control voltage and the power is switched on.
The drive is ready for power delivery.
A013 Ready for Power ON
The drive is supplied with a control voltage; there are no errors in the
control drive. The drive is ready to be turned on.
A100 Drive in Torque Mode
The drive is in torque regulation operating mode. It follows the torque
position value sequence which was set by the control system
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Description of Diagnostic Letters C... and A...
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A101 Drive in Velocity Mode
The drive is in velocity control operating mode. It follows the velocity
position value sequence inputted by the control system. The velocity loop
is closed at the drive.
A102 Position Mode Encoder 1
The drive is in Position mode. The position loop is closed at the drive
through a position encoder.The control only sets the position command
value. The drive follows the position value which contains a lag error.
Encoder 1 indicates that the position feedback is mounted on the motor
shaft (indirect measurement of the axis position).
A103 Position Mode Encoder 2
The drive is in Position mode. The position loop is closed at the drive
through a position encoder. The control only sets the position command
value. The drive follows the position value which contains a lag error.
Encoder 2 indicates that the position encoder is mounted at the machine
axis (axis position measurement direcly).
A104 Position Mode Encoder 1 / lagless positioning
The drive is in Position mode. The position loop is closed at the drive
through a position encoder. The control system only inputs the position
command value sequence. The drive follows the command value without
lag.
Encoder 1 indicates that the position feedback is mounted on the motor
shaft (indirect measurement of axis position).
A105 Position Control / Feedback 2 / lagless
The drive is in Position mode. The position loop is closed at the drive
through a position encoder. The control system only inputs the position
command value sequence, the drive follows the command value without
lag.
Encoder 2 indicates that the position feedback is mounted on the
machine axis (direct measurement of axis position).
A106 Drive controlled interpolation / Encoder 1
The drive receives a position command value from the control, which is
identical with the target position of the movement path.The drive
generates (interpolates) a internal position command value path which is
established by the control and contains the maximum values for jerk,
velocity and acceleration sequences.
The drive moves with a lag error to the target position of the movement
path.
Encoder 1 indicates that the position encoder is mounted at the motor
shaft (axis position measurement not directly)
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DIAX03 Drive With Electric Gear Functions
A107 Drive controlled interpolation / Encoder 2
The drive receives a position command value from the control, which is
identical with the target position of the movement path. The drive
generates (interpolates) an internal position command value path, which
is established by the controland contains the maximum values for jerk,
velocity and acceleration sequences.
The drive moves with a lag error to the target position of the movement path.
Encoder 2 indicates that the position feedback is mounted at the
machine axis (axis position measurement direcly).
A108 Drive controlled interpolation / Encoder 1 / lagless
The drive receives a position command value from the control, which is
identical with the target position of the movement path. The drive
generates (interpolates) an internal position command value path which
is established by the control and contains the maximum values for jerk,
velocity and acceleration sequences.
The drive moves without lag to the target position of the movement path.
Encoder 1 indicates that the position feedback is mounted on the motor
shaft (indirect measurement of the axis position).
A109 Drive controlled interpolation / Encoder 2 / lagless
The drive receives a position command value from the control, which is
identical with the target position of the movement path. The drive
generates (interpolates) an internal position command value path, which
is established by the control and contains the maximum values for jerk,
velocity and acceleration sequences.
The drive moves without lag to the target position of the movement path.
Encoder 2 indicates that the position feedback is mounted at the
machine axis (axis position measurement direcly).
A110 Velocity Synchronization, virtuell Lead drive
The drive is in velocity control mode. The velocity command will be
determined in the drive under consideration of the gear ratio as well as
the master encoder position.
Virtual Master Encoder means that the position of the master encoder is
calculated by the control system.
Diagnostic message number :
A110
A112 Phase Synchronization, Encoder 1, virt. Lead drive
The drive is in Position mode. The position loop is closed at the drive
through a position encoder.The position command value is determined in
the drive under consideration of the gear ratio as well as the position of
the master encoder. The drive follows the command value with lag error
Encoder 1 indicates that the position encoder is mounted at the motor
shaft (axis position measurement not directly)
Virtual Master Encoder means, that the position of the master encoder
will be calculated by the contro systeml.
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A113 Phase Synchronization, Encoder 2, virt. Lead drive
The drive is in Position mode. The position loop is closed at the drive
through a position encoder. The position command value will be
determined in the drive under consideration of the gear ratio as well as
the position of the master encoder.
The drive follows the command value with a lag error.
Encoder 2 indicates that the position encoder is mounted at the machine
axis (axis position measurement direcly).
Virtual Master Encoder means, that the position of the master encoder
will be calculated through the control.
A116 Phase Synchr., lagless, Encoder 1, virt. Lead drive
The drive is in position mode. The position loop is closed at the drive
through a position encoder. The position command value is determined in
the drive under consideration of the gear ratio as well as the position of
the master encoder.The drive follows the command value without a lag
error.
Encoder 1 indicates that the position encoder is mounted at the motor
shaft (axis position measurement not directly)
Virtual Master Encoder means, that the position of the master encoder
will be calculated by the control system.
A117 Phase Synchr, lagless, Encoder 2, virt. Lead drive
The drive is in Position mode. The position loop is closed at the drive
through a position encoder. The position set value is determined in the
drive under consideration of the gear ratio as well as the position of the
master encoder.The drive follows the command value without a lag
error.
Encoder 2 indicates that the position encoder is mounted at the machine
axis (axis position measurement direcly).
Virtual Master Encoder means, that the position of the master encoder
will be calculated by the control.
A120 Pattern Control, Encoder 1, virt., Lead drive
The drive is now in operation mode Patterned gearing. The position set
points are depending on:
• the position of the master encoder
• stored tables in the drive
• a pattern calculator created from conveyed target positions
The drive follows the command with a lag error.
Encoder 1 indicates that the position feedback is mounted at the motor
shaft (axis position measurement not directly)
Virtual Master Encoder means, that the position of the master encoder
will be calculated by the control.
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Description of Diagnostic Letters C... and A... 3-19
DIAX03 Drive With Electric Gear Functions
A121 Pattern Control, Encoder 2, virt., Lead drive
The drive is now in operation mode patterned gearing. The position
command values are dependent on:
• the position of the master encoder
• stored tables in the drive
• a pattern calculator created from conveyed target positions
The drive follows the command value with a lag error.
The encoder 2 indicates that the position feedback is mounted at the
machine axis (axis position measurement direcly).
Virtual Master Encoder means, that the position of the master encoder
will be calculated by the control system.
A124 Pattern Control, lagless, Encoder 1, virt. Lead drive
The drive is now in operation mode patterned gearing. The position
command values are dependent on:
• the position of the master encoder
• stored tables in the drive
• a pattern calculator created from conveyed target positions
The drive follows the command value without a lag error.
Encoder 1 indicates that the position feedback is mounted at the motor
shaft (axis position measurement not directly)
Virtual Master Encoder means, that the position of the master encoder
will be calculated by the control.
A125 Pattern Control, lagless, Encoder 2, virt. Lead drive
The drive is now in operation mode patterned gearing. The position
command values are depending on:
• the position of the master encoder
• stored tables in the drive
• a pattern calculator created from conveyed target positions
The drive follows the set value lagless.
Encoder 2 indicates that the position feedback is mounted at the
machine axis (axis position measurement direcly).
Virtual Master Encoder means, that the position of the master encoder
will be calculated by the control.
A128 Cam Shaft, Encoder 1, virt. Lead drive
The drive is in operation mode cam shaft. The feature has it's origin from
the mechanical cam shaft. With this setting a set position relation exists
between master- and following axis. The position command values are
retrieved from a table, which will be created from the average position of
Encoder 1 indicates that the position the master encoder. The drive follows
the command value with a lag error.feedback is mounted at the motor shaft
(axis position measurement not directly)
Virtual Master Encoder means, that the position of the master encoder
wiil be calculated by the control.
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Description of Diagnostic Letters C... and A...
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DIAX03 Drive With Electric Gear Functions
A129 Cam Shaft, Encoder 2, virt. Lead drive
The drive is in operation mode cam shaft. The feature has it's origin from
the mechanical cam shaft. With this setting a set position relation exists
between master- and following axis. The position command values are
retrieved from a table which will be created from the average position. of
the master encoder. The drive follows the command value with a lag
error.
Encoder 2 indicates that the position feedback is mounted at the
machine axis (axis position measurement direcly).
Virtual Master Encoder means, that the position of the master encoder
will be calculated by the control.
A132 Cam Shaft, lagless, Encoder 1, virt. Lead drive
The drive is in operation mode cam shaft. The feature has it's origin from
the mechanical cam shaft. With this setting a set position relation exists
between master- and following axis. The position command values are
retrieved from a table which willbe created from the average position of
the master encoder.
The drive follows the command value without a lag error.
Encoder 1 indicates that the position feedback is mounted at the motor
shaft (axis position measurement not directly)
Virtual master Encoder means, that the position of the master encoder
will be calculated by the control.
A133 Cam Shaft, lagless, Encoder 2, virt. Lead drive
The drive is in operation mode cam shaft. The feature has it's origin from
the mechanical cam shaft. With this setting a set position relation exists
between master- and following axis. The position command values are
retrieved from a table which will be created from the average position of
the master encoder.
The drive follows the command value without a lag error.
Encoder 2 indicates that the position feeback is mounted at the machine
axis (axis position measurement direcly).
Virtual Master Encoder means that the position of the master encoder
will be calculated by the control.
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Description of Diagnostic Letters C... and A... 3-21
DIAX03 Drive With Electric Gear Functions
3.3
Operation Status
bb
"read for operation"
The drive is ready to be turned on.
Diagnostic message text:
Ready to be turned on (ready for operation)
Ab
"Drive is ready"
The control and power components of the drive are ready for operation.
Diagnostic message text:
Control and power components are ready (drive is ready)
AF
"Drive enable"
The drive enable was issued and operated the activation of the drive. This
follows a command value input.
Diagnostic message text:
according to selected operating mode.
AS
"Drive interlock"
The power output was locked. This signal serves the secured torque free
switching of the drive independent from existing operating states of the
drive packs.
Diagnostic message text:Drive interlock
AH
"Drive Halt"
The drive will be stopped under the conditions of the acceleration
parameter (S-0-0136) and stays in control.
P0
Phase 0
The drive is in phase 0 and is waiting on the phase transition from phase
0 to phase 1.
Diagnostic message text: Phase 0
P1
Phase 1
The transition from phase 1 to phase 2 was still not initiated from the
control system.
Remedy:
see the control handbook
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Description of Diagnostic Letters C... and A...
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DIAX03 Drive With Electric Gear Functions
P2
Phase 2
Before the control system switches in the communications phase 3, the
controller checks inputted parameters for content of the input limits and
for completeness. If invalid parameter values were found, the phase
progression switch will stop the drive.
Note: The parameters are not checked for exactness.
Remedy:
In the parameter "Identification Number List Invalid Operating Data
Communications Phase 2", the ID numbers S-0-0021 are recorded which
were recognized as invalid from the drive before the phase progression
switch in communications phase 3. The completion of this parameter is
required in order for switching into communications phase 3.
P3
Phase 3
Before the control system switches in the communications phase 4, the
controller checks inputted parameters for content of the input limits and
for completeness. If invalid parameter values are recognized, the phase
progression switch will be stopped by the controller.
Note: The parameters are not checked for exactness.
Note!
Remedy:
In the parameter "ID Number Lists of Invalid Operating Data
Communications Phase 3", ID number S-0-0022 records the parameters
which were recognized as invalid by the drive before the phase
progression switch in communications phase 4. The completion of this
parameter is required in order for switching into communications
phase 4.
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DIAX03 Drive With Electric Gear Functions
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Description of Diagnostic Letters C... and A...
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4
Exchanging Drive Components
Avoid spending a long time looking for errors in individual devices and
repairing devices connected to the machinery because of the loss of
production that results from these repair activities.
The diagnostic message displays and the message signals on the DDS
control drive make a targeted and effective search for malfunctions
possible.
Defective drive components can be exchanged without any difficulty
which guarantees the quickest possible resolution of the malfunction and
return to operation without lengthy assembly and adjustment work.
Pay attention to the following when exchanging a component:
The new drive, motor, or cable (packaged by INDRAMAT) must have the
exact type description as the part being replaced (see figure 3.1).
The type description should be specified when getting replacement parts
from INDRAMAT.
DDS 2.1 - _ _ _ _ - _ _ - 00
H1
U5
SYSTEMCONFIGURA
DDS 2.1 - _ _ _ _ - _
TION
DDS 2.1-W050-DS01-00
DDS 2.1-W050-D
DSM 2.1-S1
Plug-in module
slot
1-01.RS
DSS 1.1
COVER
COVER
COVER
ATTENTION
Achtung
Hier muß das korrekte
Hier muß das korrekte
T ypenschild gemäß
T ypenschild gemäß
Konfigurationsblatt
Konfigurationsblatt
aufgeklebt sein
aufgeklebt sein
U5:
U1 U2 U3 U4
U1:
U2:
U3:
2)
U4:
Packaged motor power cable
1)
IND RAMAT Cable
IKS 374
No.
Length:
m
Packaged motor feedback cable
2)
1)
INDRAMAT Cable
IK _______
No.
Length:
m
MDD _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ - _ _ _ _ _ _ / _ _ _ _
1) Cables (with plug) packaged by INDRAMAT are classified with an
identification plate. This contains the order number (IKS 374 for the
feedback cable, for example).
2) If cables without plugs are ordered, see the imprint on the cable casing
(motor feedback cable IN 209, for example)
AP5010d1.dr1
Fig. 4-1: Type Description of the Drive Components
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Exchanging Drive Components 4-1
DIAX03 Drive With Electric Gear Functions
4.1
Procedure for Exchanging Devices
DANGER
Voltage conducting parts (larger than 50V)
touching may result in an electrical shock
⇒ Before working with electrical equipment, turn off the
main switch and take steps to ensure that it will not be
switched on again. The drives must be kept at a
standstill, since voltage is generated as the motor
turns. Wait for the DC Bus L+, L- to be emptied ( = 5
min) and ensure that the voltage is under 50 V before
doing any work. Do not disconnect live plug
connections
Drive
• Turn off the main switch.
• Ensure that it will not be turned back on.
• Unscrew the controller's contact safety device and the devices next to
the drive packet.
• Check to see that the voltage in the DC Bus is under 50 V.
• Remove the DC bus bar and all other connections.
• Undo the screws on the top and bottom sides of the housing and take
the drive out of the drive packet.
• Replace with a new drive and fasten the screws.
Note: Do not remove or insert the software module when the voltage is
live!
• Remove the DSM software module... from the defective control drive
and insert it in the new one (this makes adjustments unnecessary).
• Connect the new control drive to the machine circuit diagram!
• Attach the contact safety device with a configuration type plate.
• Put the equipment back into operation.
AC Servo Motor
• Turn off the main switch.
• Ensure that it will not be turned back on.
• Observe the machine manufacturer's directions for mechanically
exchanging the AC servo motor.
DANGER
Error in controlling motors and components which
move
mechanical injuries
⇒
• Reestablish the measurement relationship via the motor's own
measurement system when using servo motors with absolute
encoders.
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DIAX03 Drive With Electric Gear Functions
Exchanging Cables
• Turn off the main switch.
• Ensure that it will not be turned back on.
DANGER
Voltage conducting parts (larger than 50V)
touching may result in an electrical shock
⇒ Connect and disconnect the power connectors of the
cable only when the circuits are dead
Note: Put protective covers on open power connection plugs when
exchanging cables or motors if the plugs may be moistened
with cooling lubricating fluid or may experience contamination
(permissible contamination level V2).
Note: Only join power plug connectors when the plugs are dry and clean!
V2
V2
V2
V2
V2
DDS
H1
U5
Machine housing
Switch board wall
MDD
Degree of
contamination
V2
U1 U2 U3 U4
Immediate environment requirements
Conductive contamination cannot occur during
operation of the control drive (IP65); however,
during installation or exchange of drive components, non-conductive contamination or light
condensation can occur for short periods of time.
AP5011d1.drw
Fig. 4-2: Contamination level according to DIN VDE 0160
Authentic INDRAMAT Cables
Exchanging cables is effortless, the replacement cable is immediately
ready for operation.
Other Brands of Cables
Check the cable according to the machines manufacturer's connection
diagram!
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DIAX03 Drive With Electric Gear Functions
Notes:
4-4 Exchanging Drive Components
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