Siemens Sinumerik 810T Instruction manual

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11 Alarms
11.1 General
11
Alarms
11.1
General
The control contains permanently active monitors which detect malfunctions in the NC,
interface controller and machine at such an early stage that damage to the workpiece, tool or
machine is largely ruled out.
In the event of malfunctions, machining is first interrupted and the drives shut down, the cause
of the fault being stored and displayed as an alarm. At the same time the PLC is informed that
an NC alarm is present.
Monitors exist for the following:
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Read-in
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Format
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Measuring-circuit cables
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Position encoder and drive
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Contour
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Spindle speed
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Enable signals
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Voltage
•
Temperature
•
Microprocessor
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Serial interfaces
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Data transfer between NC and PLC
•
Condition of back-up battery
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System program memory
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User program memory
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11.2 Display of all messages and alarms with DIAGNOSIS softkey
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Display of all messages and alarms with DIAGNOSIS softkey
If the monitor responds, this may be due to a number of different malfunctions
simultaneously.
However, only the least significant alarm number is displayed in the alarm line.
An overview of other alarms/messages is provided as follows:
Select DIAGNOSIS softkey function
in one of the 7 operating modes
NC ALARM
or PLC ALARM
or PLC MESSAGE
softkey function
Select
Exception: Overall reset commissioning mode
Basic display
Key
Select NC alarms softkey
11.3
Alarm numbers and alarm groups / Clearing alarms
The alarms are brocken down into 7 alarm groups (5 NC alarm groups and 2 PLC alarm
groups).
NC alarms:
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POWER ON alarms
RS232C (V.24) alarms
RESET alarms /axis-specific
RESET alarms /general
ERASE alarms
PLC alarms:
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PLC error messages
PLC operational messages
The texts for the PLC error messages and PLC operational messages are stored in RAM on
the CPU. They are input in the installation overall reset mode (see MD no. 5012).
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11.3 Alarm numbers and alarm groups / Clearing alarms
Tabular overview with assignment of alarm number and clear mode:
Alarm number
1 ....
40 ....
15
99
16 ...
39
Alarm group
POWER ON alarms
V.24 (RS 232) alarms
Alarm cleared only by ...
Switching on
the control
1. Calling softkey menu
containing the
”DATA IN-OUT”
function 1)
2. Actuating the
”DATA IN-OUT”
softkey
3. Actuating the
”STOP” softkey
100* .... 196*
RESET alarms/
axis-specific
(*=axis no.)
Actuating the
RESET key
132*
POWER ON alarms/
axis-specific
(*=axis no.)
Switching the
control off/on
2000 .... 2999
RESET alarms/general
Actuating the
RESET key
3000 .... 3087
ERASE alarms
Actuating the
acknowledgement
key
6000 .... 6063
6100 .... 6163
PLC user alarms
PLC error message if no
alarm 3 is present
Actuating the
acknowledgement
key
7000 .... 7063
PLC operational message
These messages are reset
automatically by the PLC
program
1) Additional note:
The”DATA IN-OUT” function can be called in the following modes:
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AUTOMATIC
JOG
REFPOINT
INC1 ... INC 10 000
PRESET
Installation mode
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11.4 Alarm display on screen
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Alarm display on screen
Messages from the monitor are displayed on the screen in the ”Alarm line”.
The ”Alarm line” is the second line on the screen from the top.
ALARM LINE
Area for alarm
number and
additional
designations
11.5
Area for
alarm text
Display format
There are 4 types of display format:
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Example illustrating display format type A
Applicable to alarm numbers 0 .... 39 and 2000 ...... 2999
2152 ORD 2 Spindle speed too high
Max. 28 characters
for descriptive text
Max. 5 characters for ordinal number
ORD 1 ..... ORD99
(the ordinal number indicates the sequence in
which the alarms occurred)
Max. 4 characters for alarm number
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11.5 Display format
Example illustrating display format type B
Applies to alarm numbers 1000 ...... 1963
116* ORD12 Contour monitoring
Max. 28 characters
for descriptive text
Max. 5 characters for ordinal number
ORD 1 ..... ORD99
(the ordinal number indicates the sequence in
which the alarms occurred)
Max. 4 characters for alarm number;
”*” stands for:
”0” 1st axis
”1” 2nd axis
”2” 3rd axis
”3” 4th axis
”4” 5th axis
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Example illustrating display format type C
Applicable to alarm numbers 2000 .... 2999 (partly) and 3000 .... 3055 (partly)
2155 1 N 45 Contour monitoring
Max. 28 characters
for descriptive text
Max. 5 characters for block number,
in this case N45, in which error occurs
1 character for channel number;
”1” channel 1
”2” channel 2
”3” channel 3
4 characters for alarm number
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11.5 Display format
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Example illustrating display format type D
Applicable to alarm numbers 6000 .... 6163 (PLC error messages)
and to alarm numbers 7000 .... 7063 (PLC operational messages)
6148 PLC Overtemperature in EU
Max. 32 characters
for descriptive text
Specified text: ”PLC” signifies
presence of a PLC alarm
4 characters for alarm number
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11.6 Alarm list POWER ON
Alarm list POWER ON
1
Cause:
Scan:
Explanation:
Remedy:
Battery alarm - power supply
Voltage of back-up battery
• With POWER ON
• Cyclically
Replace battery (see Instruction Manual)
The battery voltage has dropped to such a level that buffering of the
user memories is only guaranteed for a short period.
Replace battery (see Instruction Manual).
Acknowledge alarm with
(from power supply unit version 6EV3055-0BC revision ”F”)
Do not switch control off, otherwise data may be lost !
Dispose of all batteries as special waste.
Note:
3
Cause:
Scan:
Effects:
Explanation:
Remedy:
4
Scan:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
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PLC stop
PLC not ready
Cyclically
NC START disabled
• Setpoint 0 output
• NC Ready 2 (NCBB2) cancelled
• Servo enable cancelled after time in MD 156 has expired
• NC/PLC interface rendered inactive
• Resetting of all PLC outputs on I/O board
Cyclical and interrupt-driven operation of the PLC is interrupted.
Travel with the machine is not possible.
Using the PG (programmer) read out the cause of
interrupt (ISTACK). Evaluate PLC alarm on NC screen.
Incorrect unit system
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With POWER ON
After modifying MD
Conversion factor assumed to be 1
An illegal combination has been selected (conversion factor greater
than ten) for the units of the measuring system (position control
resolution) and the unit of the input system.
• Position control resolution for rotary axis < 0.5 · 10-3 degrees and
the ordering data option for this is missing.
Correct the MD bits then switch the control off and on or include the
ordering data option ”Position control resolution for rotary axis < 10-3
degrees”
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11.6 Alarm list POWER ON
5
Scan:
Explanation:
Remedy:
7
Too many inp. buffer param.
When formatting user program memory with ”FORMAT USER M. ”
softkey.
The input buffer parameters (MIB parameters) require so much space
in the user memory that the user program memory is now less than 13
Kbytes.
Correct MD 5 (enter lower value) and reformat user program memory.
EPROM error
Scan:
Effect:
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Explanation:
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Remedy:
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8
Scan:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
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Cyclically
NC START disabled
Output of setpoint 0
NC Ready 2 (NCBB2) cancelled
Servo enable cancelled after time in MD 156
has elapsed (servo enable relays drop out)
An error was detected while verifying the
check sums.
After switching the control off and on, the screen displays
which EPROM submodule is defective (see also Section
4.2.2)
Wrong axis/spindle assign.
• After modifying MD
• NC START disabled
• Output of setpoint 0
• NC Ready 2 (NCBB2) cancelled
Illegal assignment entered in MD 200* or MD 400* or MD 461*.
(e. g. measuring circuit has been assigned to a fictitious axis)
(See Section 8).
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11.6 Alarm list POWER ON
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Scan:
Effect:
Explanation:
10
Scan:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
11
Scan:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
12
Scan:
Effect:
Remedy:
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Memory too small for UMS
With POWER ON
UMS declared invalid
On switching on, the contents of the UMS are checked and an address
list then prepared. This address list requires a certain amount of storage
space in the RAM area. UMS lists are too large.
UMS error
With POWER ON
UMS declared invalid
• MD 5015 bit 6 = 1 but no UMS inserted
• UMS (RAM) not loaded, i.e. empty
• Insert UMS
• Load UMS (RAM)
Wrong UMS identifier
With POWER ON
UMS declared invalid
• UMS (RAM) not loaded, i.e. empty
• Contents of UMS not defined
a) UMS (RAM) overturned
b) UMS (EPROM) empty
• Wrong UMS inserted
• Error when linking with WS 800
• Insert correct UMS
• Reload UMS (RAM)
PP memory wrongly formatted
With POWER ON
• Error in RAM area of CPU or memory module
• The minimum size of the part program was
not reached
• module withdrawn
• Check MD 12 and depress ”CLEAR PARTPR.”
softkey.
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Scan:
Effect:
Remedy:
RAM error on CPU
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14
Scan:
Effect:
Remedy:
With POWER ON
Error in RAM area of module
Format user memory and clear part program
in installation overall reset mode
Replace module
RAM error on memory module
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With POWER ON
Error in RAM area of module
Format user memory and clear part program
in installation overall reset mode
Replace module
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11.7 RS232C (V.24) Alarms
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RS232C (V.24) Alarms
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Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
17
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
18
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
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Parity error RS232C (V.24)
• RS232C (V.24) transmission interrupted
• Last block declared invalid
The alarm can only be activated when the setting data ”with parity bit”
is set. The parity of the started character (8 data and 1 parity) is
incorrect.
The alarm has no connection with the RS232C (V.24) character parity
error
for ISO or EIA tape (Alarm 23)
• Check SD bits 5011, 5013, 5019, 5021
• Test external device
Overflow error RS232C (V.24)
• RS232C (V.24) transmission interrupted
• Last block declared invalid
The external device has transmitted a new character although
the NC has not yet processed the old character.
• Check SD bits 5011, 5013, 5019, 5021
• Test external device
• Line-controlled or character-controlled transmission
• Reduce baudrate
Frame error RS232C (V.24)
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RS232C (V.24) transmission interrupted
Last block declared invalid
The number of stop bits is incorrect
Wrong baud rate
Number of data bits is wrong
Check SD bits 5011, 5013, 5019, 5021
Test external device
Number of data bits: 7 data + 1 parity
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Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
20
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
22
Explanation:
Remedy:
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I/O device not ready RS232C (V.24)
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No files are read in
Low-level DSR signal from external device
Activate external device
Do not use DSR
PLC-alarm-mem. not formated
•
No PLC alarm texts read in
The memory for PLC alarm texts was not set up properly
(formatted).
Sequence:
a.
Set NC MD 5012 bit 7
b.
Key
+ NC ON
c.
d.
e.
f.
”NC DATA” softkey
”FORMAT AL-TEXT” softkey
RECALL key
Read in data once more in installation overall reset mode
Time monitoring RS232C (V.24)
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The NC cannot output any characters for 60 seconds
– External device blocks CTS (clear to send) signal
for more than 60 s
– When control signals (DC1- DC4) are used, the external device
does not transmit DC1 within 60 s
The NC has not received any characters for 60 seconds
Check external device and switch on
Check and insert cable
Set SD 5017/5025 bit 0
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23
Cause:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
24
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
26
Cause:
Effects:
Remedy:
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Char. parity error RS232C (V.24)
Tape dirty or damaged
• RS232C (V.24) transmission interrupted
• Last block declared invalid
Depending on the definition of program start ”%” or ”EOB”, the NC
automatically specifies ISO or EIA code and thus character parity after
this character has been received.
When the subsequent characters were checked, it was found that one
character did not have the specified parity.
Check tape
Invalid EIA char. RS232C (V.24)
• Data transmission interrupted
• Last block declared invalid
An EIA character with correct parity has been read in
but the character is not defined in EIA code.
Check tape:
Setting data 5026 (EIA code for ”@”),
Setting data 5027 (EIA code for ”:”) and
Setting data 5029 (EIA code for ”=”) should be checked.
Block > 120 characters RS232C (V.24)
The entered part program block has more than 120
characters. Only characters actually stored are counted (no
blanks, no CR, . . ).
• Data transmission interrupted
• Last block not stored
Split block into two or more blocks
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Cause:
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Data input disabled RS232C (V.24)
Effect:
One of the following was read in in normal mode:
• NC/PLC-MD without active password
• PLC program (PCP), PLC alarm texts (only possible in overall reset
mode)
In overall reset mode PLC alarm texts were read in and
NC MD 5012.7=0.
No data stored.
Remedy:
Correct the conditions.
28
Effect:
Explanation:
29
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
30
Cause:
Effects:
Remedy:
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Circ. buffer overflow RS232C (V.24)
• RS232C (V.24) transmission interrupted
• Last blocks declared invalid
The signalling rate is so high that the number of characters read in
exceeds the number that can be processed by the NC.
When the program is re-transmitted, the defective program must first
be erased.
• RTS signal has no effect at input device (RTS initiates
input device STOP)
• Signalling rate (baud rate) too high
Block> 254 char. RS232C (V.24)
The block read in has more than 254 characters. All input characters
(e.g. blanks) are also included.
• RS232C (V.24) transmission interrupted
• Last block not stored
Split block into two or more blocks.
PP memory overflow RS232C (V.24)
The maximum storage area for the part program
is occupied.
• Data transmission interrupted
• Last block not stored
Erase old programs and reorganize memory.
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Cause:
Remedy:
32
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
33
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
Explanation:
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No free PP number RS232C (V.24)
The maximum number of programs specified by means of
machine data has been reached.
• Erase old programs and reorganize memory
• Modify MD 8 and reformat part program memory
Sequence:
a. ”SET UP OVERALL RESET” mode
b. ”FORMAT USER MEM.” softkey
c. ”CLEAR PARTPR.” softkey
Old programs are then deleted!!
Data format error RS232C (V.24)
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•
Permissible number of decades after an address is incorrect
Decimal point in wrong position
Part programs or subroutines are not correctly defined or
terminated (observe pre-header!)
• NC expects a ”=” character, but this character is not defined
in EIA code
Data transmission interrupted
Last block not stored
Check data to be read in
Different programs same number RS232C (V.24)
Read-in and stored programs not identical for same
program number
Wrong program number in BTR mode.
No data stored
Delete old program or
rename old program with ”RENAME”
If an existing program with the same program number is
read in again, the two programs are compared.
If they differ,
Alarm 33 is activated.
If in BTR mode a program number 0 is preselected in the NC and a
program with another program number is offered from outside via the
serial interface, then Alarm 33 is given.
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Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
35
Cause:
Scan:
Effect:
Remedy:
36
Cause:
Remedy:
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Operator error RS232C (V.24)
Data transmission initiated at the NC and the PLC issues a second
start signal
No data read in
Stop data input and restart
Reader error RS232C (V.24)
Error message from Siemens tape reader
• Only if the setting data for the Siemens reader have been set
Data transmission interrupted
Last block not stored
• Restart data transmission
• Replace Siemens reader if error recurs
BTR aborted by computer
Message frame with error detection received from BTR device
Restart
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11.7 RS 232 C (V.24) Alarms
POWER ON alarms
40
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
41
Cause:
Explanation:
48
Scan:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
87
Cause:
Effect:
Comment:
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Wrong data in MD 576*
Wrong data in MD 576* bit 7, 6, 5
NC START disabled
Activate option or check MD 576*
Error absolute submodule
Error when using a SIPOS absolute submodule
The type of error can be seen from the line ”Status absolute submodule” in the ”Service data axis” display.
The error number is displayed. The significance of the error number
can be seen from the documentation on the SIPOS absolute encoder
submodule.
PLC alarm texts from UMS not allowed
• With POWER ON
UMS declared invalid
If the PLC alarm texts are not read in from tape (NC MD 5012 bit 7) but
instead are configured using the WS800 programming workstation, the
texts are transferred to the UMS together with cycles, displays and
menus. On checking the inventory of the UMS, the control has
established the presence of both PLC alarm texts
from tape and alarm texts in the UMS.
• Reset NC MD 5012 bit 7
• Check UMS and re-configure if necessary using WS800
Illegal software limit switch
An illegal value has been entered in the machine data for software limit
switch MD 224*, 228*, 232*, 236*) or prelimit switch (MD 376*).
• Removal of NC-READY2
• Locking of NC START
The check is performed effectively after POWER ON, independently of
NC MD 560* bit 5 ”Working area limitation, Software limit switch”.
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11.8 Axis-specific RESET alarms
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Axis-specific RESET alarms
104*
DAC limit reached
Scan:
Effect:
Explanation:
Cyclically
No direct effect. The error enters the following error Alarm 156*
Setpoint at DAC is higher than input in MD 268* (max. DAC setpoint).
No further increase in setpoint possible!
Remedy:
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108*
Scan:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
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Operate at lower speed
Check actual values (pulse generator)
Check MD 268*
Check drive actuator (tachogenerator compensation at Vmax.)
Check MD 364* and MD 368* (var. increment weighting)
Actual value difference overflow
With each axis movement (including in follow-up mode)
• NC START disabled
• Setpoint 0
• NC Ready 2 cancelled
• Servo enable cancelled after time in MD 156 has expired
• Follow-up mode
• Actual machine value is lost (wrong position)
• With high-speed axis travel the register has overflown in the event
of an error. The reference point was lost in the process.
• Reduce maximum speed. (Depending on MD 364* and 368*)
• Check MD for variable increment weighting (MD 364* and
MD 368*).
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11.8 Axis-specific RESET alarms
112*
Clamping monitoring
Cause:
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Scan:
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Effect:
Explanation:
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Remedy:
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116*
Contour monitoring
Scan:
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Effect:
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Explanation:
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Remedy:
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Incorrect position feedback polarity
Mechanically clamped axis forced out of position
Fault at control device (actuator), tacho-generator,
motor, mechanical components or NC measuring-circuit
hardware
At rest
During clamping
During deceleration
NC START disabled
Setpoint 0
Servo enable cancelled after time in MD 156 has expired
Follow-up mode
During positioning the following error could not be reduced more
rapidly than the time input in MD 156
During clamping the limit specified in MD 212* was
exceeded
MD212* (clamping tolerance) must be greater than MD 204*
(exact stop limit coarse).
MD156 (servo enable cutoff delay) must be such that
the following error can be suppressed within this time
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During processing in automatic mode but not:
during acceleration
during deceleration
at speeds less than in MD 336*
(contour speed)
NC START disabled
Setpoint 0
Servo enable cancelled after time in MD 156 has expired
Follow-up mode
Tolerance band MD 332* exceeded at a speed greater than in
MD 336*
During acceleration or braking the axis has not reached
the new speed within the time specified by the
servo gain factor
Increase tolerance band MD 332*
Check servo gain factor
Check optimization of speed controller
Check drive actuator
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132*
Scan:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
136*
Scan:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
148*
152*
Scan:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
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Control loop hardware (POWER ON required)
• Cyclically
• NC START disabled
• Setpoint relay drops out
• NC Ready 2 cancelled
• Servo enable cancelled after time in MD 156 has expired
• Follow-up mode
Measuring-circuit differential signals
• are not in phase
• are short-circuited to frame
• are missing altogether
• Check whether measuring-circuit connector has been inserted
• By connecting measuring-circuit short-circuit connector, it is
possible to check whether the measuring-circuit module is in order
• Check differential signals using oscilloscope
• Replace encoders (See Section 7 for characteristics of measuringcircuit differential signals)
Meas. system dirty
Cyclically
NC START disabled. The active program is fully executed.
In measuring systems with contamination signal (e.g. EXE) an error is
signalled by the measuring system to the NC.
Check measuring system
+ Software limit switch
- Software limit switch
With each axis movement
• NC START disabled
• Setpoint 0
Alarm is only active after reference point approach
• Software limit switch 1 or 2 approached, depending on PLC
interface signal ”2nd software limit switch active”
• Move away from limit switch in reverse direction
• Check MD 224*, 228*, 232*, 236*
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156*
Scan:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
160*
Scan:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
168*
Scan:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
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Set speed too high
• Cyclically
• NC START disabled
• Setpoint 0
• Servo enable cancelled after time in MD 156 has expired
• Follow-up mode
Set speed output in control is higher than specified
in MD 264*
•
Motor could not follow set speed input
•
Check whether value in MD 264* is greater than in MD 268*
Check drive
•
Check measuring system
•
Earthing neutral point at NC ?
•
Check drive actuator
•
Check direction of position control (setpoint/actual value inverted?)
Drift too high
• Cyclically
• NC START disabled
• Green LED ”Position not yet reached” lights up
• No traversing movement possible
The drift to be compensated by the NC has exceeded approx.
500 mV.
•
Perform drift compensation in MD 272* (see also Section 8)
Operator input:
– Select MD 272*
– Depress EDIT key
•
Check whether drift was adjusted correctly at drive unit
•
Check drive actuator
•
Check earthing
Servo enable trav. axis
With each axis movement
• NC START disabled
• Setpoint 0
• Servo enable cancelled after time in MD 156 has expired
• Follow-up mode
Axis-specific servo enable cancelled by PLC user program during
traversing movement
• Check PLC program
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172*
176*
Scan:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
Note:
180*
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
184*
Scan:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
196*
Explanation:
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+ Working area limit
- Working area limit
During processing in automatic mode
During axis traversing in JOG, INC and REPOS mode
• NC START disabled
• Setpoint 0
Working area limitation in the setting data has been reached.
• Check working limitation in setting data (select using ”Setting
Data”and ”Common Axial” soft keys)
• Check program
• Working area limitation in JOG mode only active when
NC MD 5003 bit 6 is set
Axis in several channels
During simultaneous processing of two programs in different channels,
one axis has been programmed in both programs
(channels) such that a traversing movement for the axis in question
is output by both programs.
• NC START disabled
• Setpoint 0
Check both programs
Stop behind reference point
During approach to reference point
• NC START disabled
• Setpoint 0
• Reference point not reached
During approach to the reference point the axis was stopped between
the reference cam and zero mark of the measuring system.
Repeat approach to reference point
Follow-up/park for axis
•
•
The interface signal PARK for the axis is active
Changeover from spindle mode to rotary axis mode has not yet
taken place
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11.9
General RESET alarms
2000
Scan:
Effect:
Significance:
Remedy:
Caution:
2030
Cause:
Emergency stop
Cyclically
• NC START disabled
• Setpoint 0
• Servo enable cancelled after time in MD 156 has expired
• Follow-up mode
PLC outputs ”EMERGENCY STOP” signal to NC.
• Check with PLC-STATUS whether Q 78.1 = 0
• Check whether EMERGENCY STOP cam approached or
EMERGENCY STOP pushbutton actuated
• Check PLC program
According to legal requirements the EMERGENCY STOP status
must be selected not only by the control (software) but also
by the hardware (using relays).
Wrong path increment
•
•
2031
Set part position too large with spline.
Incorrect spline coefficient K, path line I or axis position
Axis offset not carried out before spline selection
Eval. factor too high/low MD 388*
Scan:
Effect:
On every axis movement
• NC START disabled
• Setpoint 0
• Stop in processing
Remedy:
Check MD 388*
2032
Effect:
Explanation:
Stop during threading
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•
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Setpoint 0
NC Start disabled
Stoppage has occurred in feedrate per revolution during thread
cutting, resulting in destruction of the thread.
Axis-specific feed enable was cancelled during ”G33 active”
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2034
Explanation:
Remedy:
2035
Cause:
Effect:
Explanation:
2036
Scan:
Significance:
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Speed reduction area
The software pre-limit switch has been overrun and the axes braked to
reduction speed.
• Check program
• MD0 - Pre-limit switch
• MD1 - Speed behind pre-limit switch
(reduction speed)
Feed limitation
An axis speed was specified which was larger than the maximum axis
speed (MD 280*)
Speed is reduced to maximum speed
• The programmed speed is greater than the tool path feedrate
resulting from the maximum speeds of the axes.
• During thread cutting G33 a spindle speed and a thread pitch were
programmed which would lead to an axis speed greater than the
maximum axis speed (MD 280*).
• One of the following data is greater than the maximum speed
• conventional feed (JOG)
• conventional rapid traverse (JOG)
• incremental speed
• reference point approach speed
G35 thread lead decr. error
During thread cutting.
The lead decrease in the thread is so great that a diameter of 0
or less would result at the end of the thread.
Must be greater than 0
START
Remedy:
11–24
STOP
Program smaller lead decrease or shorter thread.
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2037
Explanation:
2038
Explanation:
Effect:
Remedy:
2039
Scan:
Effect:
Significance:
Remedy:
2040
Effect:
Explanation:
2041
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
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Prog. S value too high
Programmed, overstored spindle speed ”S” exceeds ”16 000”.
Enter slower spindle speed (S value limited in control
to ”16 000”).
Path feed too great
•
The value entered in the machine data ”Max. velocity” exceeds the
permitted value range.
• The programmed path of velocity results in an axial velocity which
is outside of the value range.
The axis number is displayed after N.
Blocking of NC Start and dropping out of setpoint relay.
Check the MD ”Max. velocity”. Observe the value range.
Reference point not reached
• In AUTOMATIC/MDI mode after NC START
• NC START disabled
The reference point was not approached in all
defined axes
• Approach reference point in axes concerned.
• Set NC MD 5004 bit 3 (NC START without reference point).
Caution: No software limit switches active.
• Set NC MD 560* bit 4.
Approach to reference point can then be suppressed for one or
more special axes on an axis-specific basis.
Caution: No software limit switches active in these axes.
Block not in memory
• NC START disabled
• The block number sought in block search is not available in
the program.
• With a jump in the program, the programmed block
number could not be found in the specified
direction.
Program not in memory
• NC START disabled
• Preselected program is not available in memory
• Subroutine called in program is not available
in memory
• Preselect correct program, check program overview
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2042
Scan:
Explanation:
Effect:
Remedy:
2043
Explanatio:n
Parity error in memory
• During processing in automatic mode
One or more characters are deleted in the memory, so they
can longer be recognized (these characters are output
as ”?”)
NC START disabled
• Correct program in EDITOR or, if necessary, delete complete
block and re-input
• With a large number of ”?” the complete memory may
have been erased; in this case check the battery and reformat
the part program memory
Progr. error on transform.
•
•
•
2046
Scan
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
2047
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
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Programming of real axes of the transformation group when
transformation has been selected.
Programming of fictitious axes when transformation has been
deselected.
Programming traversing movements in the selection block
Block > 120 characters
• During processing in automatic mode
• NC START disabled
”LF” is inverted in the memory producing a block of more
than 120 characters.
Insert ”LF” or delete complete block
Option not available
• NC START disabled
The programmed function is not included in the control's
function set.
Correct program, check MD
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2048
Effect:
Remedy:
2056
Circle end point error
•
•
•
NC START disabled
Programmed circle end point not on circle
End point is further away by more than the input limit
in MD
• No geometry in first block of contour subroutine with L95 stock
removal cycle
Correct program
Travel thru transf. center
Explanation:
•
Remedy:
•
•
2057
Opt. thread/rev. not available
Significance:
•
Remedy:
•
•
•
2058
Explanation:
Remedy:
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Radius axis (linear axis) tends to travel to the zero point of fictitious
coordinate system on the programmed path
Change cutter radius
Program different path motion
A thread has been programmed with G33, G34, G35 although this
function is not implemented in the control
Feedrate per revolution G95 has been programmed
Correct program
Check MD
3D option not available
• 3 axes programmed simultaneously
• Programmed block results in movement of 3 axes
• Correct program, check MD
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2059
Explanation:
2060
Significance:
2061
Effect:
Remedy:
2062
Cause:
Remedy:
2063
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
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G92 Program error
• Use of an illegal address character
G92 is only allowed with address ”S” (programmed
spindle speed limitation for G96) or
”P” (cylindrical interpolation).
TO, ZO Program error
• Unavailable tool offset number selected
• Selected zero offset or tool offset value
too large
• Type (P1) of tool offset called defined with 0
General program error
NC START disabled
• Contour calculation not possible
• Incorrect machine data for axis duplication function
Feed missing/not prog.
• No F value programmed
• F value too small (machine data)
• Programmed feedrate per revolution G95 greater than
50 mm/rev
• No feedrate per revolution programmed
• With G98, traversing path=0 for the rotary axis or the feedrate value
has been omitted.
Program feed correctly
Thread lead too high
NC START disabled
Thread pitch of more than 400 mm/revolution (16 inches per revolution)
programmed.
• Program smaller thread pitch
• Possibly run program on a machine with SINUMERIK 850
(max. speed 2000 mm/revolution)
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2064
Scan:
Explanation:
Effect:
Remedy:
Note:
2065
Scan:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
2066
Scan:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
2067
Scan:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
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Program error round axis
During processing in automatic/MDI mode
In the case of rounding to half or full degrees with a rotary axis, the
control monitors the programmed positions to ensure that rounding has
been correctly performed.
• NC START disabled
• Programmed travel in block is not processed
• Program correct position in rotary axis
• Check MD 560* bits 2 and 3
In manual modes JOG, INC the control rounds automatically
to valid values; in AUTOMATIC or MDI mode it only
monitors the programmed positions and does not round
automatically.
Pos. behind SW overtravel
During processing in automatic/MDI mode
• NC START disabled
• Programmed travel is not processed
Programmed end position of block is behind software limit
switch.
• Check program, tool offset and zero offset
• Check MD224*, 228*, 232*, 236* as a function of PLC interface signal
”2nd software limit switch active”
Thread lead incr./decr.
During processing in AUTOMATIC/MDI mode
NC START disabled
Thread or pitch increase or decrease of more than 16 mm per
revolution (0.6 inch/revolution) programmed.
Program smaller thread lead increase/decrease
Max. speed = 0
During processing in AUTOMATIC/MDI mode
NC START disabled
The maximum speed of the axis programmed in the block
is ZERO.
Check MD 280*
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2068
Scan:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
2072
Explanation:
2073
Explanation:
2074
Explanation:
2075
Explanation:
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Pos. behind working area
During processing in AUTOMATIC/MDI
• NC START disabled
• Programmed travel not processed
Programmed end position of block is behind working area limitation in
one or more axes.
• Check working area limitation (positive and negative)
• Modify working area limitation by means of G25/G26
in program
Incorrect input value (contour definition)
Value input not calculable for contour definition calculation.
No intersection point (contour definition)
No intersection is obtained with programmed values when calculating
contour definition.
Incorrect angle value (contour definition)
• Angle 360° programmed
• Angle value not practical for defined contour
Incorrect radius value (contour definition)
• Radius too large
• Radius not permitted with defined contour
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2076
Explanation:
2077
Explanation:
Incorrect G02/G03 (contour definition)
Circle direction not possible with defined contour
Incorrect block sequence (contour definition)
Several blocks are required for calculating contour
definition:
• Block sequence incorrect
• Data not sufficient (under-determined)
Example:
N10...B15
LF
N20...G3 I20 LF
2078
Explanation:
Incorrect input parameter (contour definition)
• Programmed parameter sequence not allowed
• Parameter sequence incomplete for defined contour
Example:
N10...X60 B15 LF (Z axis missing)
N20...X90 B10 LF
2081
Explanation:
Remedy:
2082
Significance:
Remedy:
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CRC/TNRC not allowed
With cutter/tool nose radius compensation (CRC/TNRC, G41/G42)
selected, the following functions must not be programmed:
G33, G34, G35, G58,G59, G92, M19 S...,
• Cancel CRC/TNRC with G40 or program D0
CRC plane not determinable
Axes of selected CRC plane do not exist.
• Check MD 548*, 550*, 552*
• Select correct plane with G16
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2087
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Coord. rotation n. allowed
Explanation:
When coordinate rotation has been programmed in the NC program a
circular motion is to be performed immediately after changing the
overall rotating angle.
Remedy:
Check NC program
2088
Cause:
Remedy:
2089
Cause:
Remedy:
2152
Battery alarm abs. submod. 1
Battery voltage too low
Battery test every 10 minutes
Replace battery submodule on absolute submodule 1 with control
under power.
Battery alarm abs. submod. 2
Battery voltage too low
Battery test every 10 minutes
Replace battery submodule on absolute submodule 2 with control
under power.
Spindle speed too high
Scan:
Explanation:
• Only when MD 5200 bit 2 is set (pulse generator available)
• The spindle actual speed has exceeded the tolerance defined by the
machine data.
Effect:
• Setpoint for all axes set to ”0”
• Servo enable of the axes is cancelled when the delay in MD 156 has
elapsed.
• Follow-up mode for all axes is given ( ”Axis in position control” is
removed)
• Spindle is halted (setpoint 0)
Remedy:
• Program smaller S value
• Check MD 403*-410* (max. spindle speed for first to eighth gear
speed)
• MD 445* (tolerance band of the max. spindle speed)
• MD 451* (max. spindle speed)
• Gear speed correctly selected by the PLC?
• G 92 S... incorrectly programmed for v constant (G96)
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2153
Scan:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
Note:
2154
Scan:
Explanation:
Effect:
Remedy:
2155
Scan:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
2160
Effect:
Significance:
Remedy:
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Control loop spindle - HW
Cyclically
• NC START disabled
Setpoint 0
• NC Ready 2 cancelled
• Spindle servo enable cancelled after time in MD 4470
has expired
As for Alarm 132*
As for Alarm 132*
Axis measuring-circuit alarms which occur after the alarm in the order
control loop - spindle - hardware are recognized but not displayed.
Spindle meas. system dirty
Cyclically
In measuring systems with a contamination signal, the measuring
system has signalled an error to the NC.
NC START disabled
Check measuring system
Option M19 not available
• During processing in AUTOMATIC/MDI mode
NC START disabled
”M19 S...” programmed in part program although this function
is not available.
• Correct program
• Retrofit option ”M19”
Scale factor not allowed
Machining halted
Range of values from 0. 000 01 to 99, 999 99 exceeded
Check NC program block with G51 P..
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2161
Effect:
Significance:
Remedy:
2171
Explanation:
Remedy:
2172
Explanation:
Remedy:
2173
Explanation:
Remedy:
2183
Explanation:
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Scale change not allowed
Machining halted
Scale change not allowed in NC program
Check NC program with G51 X.. Y.. Z.. U.. P
Approach not possible
The control supplements no more than one axis in the programmed
plane. Approach is not possible when two axes in the programmed
plane are to be supplemented.
• Check NC program for complete axis programming in approach
block.
• Programming of cancellation block immediately after selection block
not allowed (no tangent can be calculated).
Retract not possible
See Alarm 2171
• Check NC program for complete axis programming in approach
block.
• An approach movement must be programmed with G48 progr.
cancel movement (retract as for approach).
Wrong appr./retract plane
The select/cancel movements for the smooth approach/retract function
are plane-related to the selected plane G16, G17, G18,
G19.
Check NC program as to whether a change of plane is programmed in
the block after selection or in the cancellation block.
N564* AXIS IS NOT A ROTARY AXIS
Changeover to rotary axis although this axis has not been declared as
rotary axis. The relevant machine data is specified after N.
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2184
Explanation:
2189
Explanation:
2190
Explanation:
2191
Explanation:
Remedy:
2192
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
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M function for C axis invalid
M functions reserved by the NC have been used for
selecting/deselecting the rotary axis mode
(e.g. M01)
Transformation undefined
•
•
•
Transformation type not defined
Option bit not set
Transformation axes defined several times or incorrectly
Transformation axes assigned
For transformation selection one of the real axes of the transformation
grouping is programmed in another channel.
Transformation in zero
1st real axis located in zero for transformation selection
Remove axis from zero in JOG, INC mode
Axis doubling active
PLC signals QB 81.2 or 81.3 changed outside ”Reset state”.
Travel key activated in ”jog mode” without Automatic interrupted and
QB81.2 and 81.3 and MD 5019.0 set.
Axis duplication active and axial PLC signals (Servo enable, Feedrate
enable, Mirror, Follow-up mode, Axis disable) not identical for both
axes.
PLC signals QB 81.2 and 81.3 both equal to zero, but option bit set.
NC start disabled
Set PLC signals correctly
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2193
Cause:
Abhilfe:
2194
Cause:
Remedy:
11–36
01.93
No additional axes possible
This occurs only at NC Start after block search in the target block
when the MD ”Add axis after block search” have been set:
• axes are to be added in G36 blocks
• axes are to be added in G98 blocks without axis traverse motion.
Do not perform block search on this block.
G36 position rotary axis missing
Occurs only if a G68 is to be generated for the rotary axis in a G36
block when MD 572* bit 2=1.
• Program the rotary axis first of all with G0 or G01
(e.g. G0 91 C=0).
• Select target block in such a way that no G36 is active in the target
block and that the rotary axis is already programmed before the
G36 block.
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11.10 RESET alarms spindle-specific
225*
Scan:
Explanation:
Remedy:
226*
Scan:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
227*
Remedy:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
228*
Scan:
Effect:
Remedy:
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Spindle speed too high
Only when NC MD 520* bit 2 is set (encoder available)
The actual spindle speed is greater than that set in the machine data or
in the setting data.
• Program smaller S value
• NC MD 403* to 410* (max. spindle speed for 1st to 8th gear stage)
• NC-MD 445* (tolerance band of max. spindle speed)
• NC-MD 451* (max. spindle speed)
• Check gear stage of PLC
• Check G92 S ... for ”v=constant”
• Check setting data for spindle speed limitation
• Program G26 S ...
Control loop spindle hardware (POWER ON ALARM)
Cyclically
• Locking of ”NC START”
• Drop-out of setpoint relay, setpoint 0
• Removal of NC Ready2
• Controller enable of the spindle is removed after expiry of time in
MD 447*
• As for alarm 132*
• As for alarm 132*
Contamination measuring system (spindle)
Cyclically
Locking of ”NC Start”
In measuring systems with contamination signal, an error has been
signalled from the measuring system to the NC.
Check the measuring system.
Option M 19 missing
The interface signal ”M 19 from PLC” is on although this function is
not implemented in the control.
Locking of ”NC START”
• Check program
• Check NC MD
• Retrofit option E42
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3000
Explanation:
Remedy:
3001
Explanation:
Remedy:
3002
Explanation:
Remedy:
3003
Explanation:
Remedy:
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General program error
A general programming error which cannot be precisely defined
has been made in a block in the program.
Example: • The programmed axis is not available at the machine.
• Incorrect interpolation parameters programmed.
• Axis duplication option active and D number in part
program greater than 49.
• Spindle was programmed in rotary axis mode.
Check defective block in ”Correction Block”
Cursor is set in front of incorrect word if possible.
Number of the defective block is behind the alarm no. in the alarm line.
Geometry parameters >5
More than 5 geometry parameters such as axes, interpolation
parameters, radii, angles etc. have been programmed in the block.
As for Alarm 3000
Polar/radius error
No programming in block with polar/radius programming for:
• Angle
• Radius
• Centre point coordinates
As for Alarm 3000
Invalid address
•
The address programmed is not defined in the
machine data.
• The axis names for basic setting plane (MD 548*, 550*,
552*) do not correspond to the defined axis designations
(MD 568*)
• Axis duplication option active and tool system 2 axes programmed
in part program.
MD 108*...MD 118* are not correctly assigned
The MDs for I, J, K parameters (MD 304*) contain a number not equal
to 0, 1, 2 or 3.
• As for Alarm 3000
• Correct machine data
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3004
Explanation:
Remedy:
CL800 error
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
3005
Explanation:
Remedy:
3006
Explanation:
@ function not available
Incorrect address after @
Number of addresses after @ incorrect
Value in K, R or P not permissible
Number of decades excessive
No decimal point allowed
Jump address incorrectly defined
System memory (NC MD, PLC MD, TO, ...) not available
Bit number excessive
Sine or cosine angle incorrectly stated
MD write @ inhibited MD 5012.2=1
@ as per Programming Guide
Only addresses allowed are K, R and P
Jump addresses forwards with ”+”
backwards with ” - ”
Check validity of values in stated addresses
If necessary select decoding single block (DEC-SBL) and
re-check program
Contour definition error
Coordinates in blueprint programming have been defined such
that no intersection is produced.
As for Alarm 3000
Wrong block structure
•
More than 3 M functions programmed in block
More than 1 S function programmed in block
More than 1 T function programmed in block
More than 1 H function programmed in block
More than 4 auxiliary functions programmed in block
More than 3 axes with G00/G01 programmed in block
More than 2 axes with G02/G03 programmed in block
G04 programmed with addresses other than ”X” or ”F”
M19 programmed with addresses other than ”S”
Incorrect or no interpolation parameter for G02/G03 (MD 304*)
G92P... not alone in block
G74 not alone in block
Spline interpolation not allowed
• G98 active without G0, G1 or G36
• Contour elements are traversed with G98 feed
• In the G36 block there is no thread lead or the thread lead is not
assigned through MD 304* to the infeed axis
• In a G98 or G36 block, TRANSMIT/cylindrical interpolation is active
with the same rotary axis
• Wrong number of rotary axes with G98
• Wrong number of axes with G36
• Radius, angle or L or P have been programmed in a G35 block
• Because of the thread lead and the distance to go for the infeed
axis, the distance to go in the rotary axis is to great with G36.
As for Alarm 3000
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Remedy:
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3007
Explanation:
Remedy:
3008
Explanation:
Remedy:
3009
Explanation:
3010
Significance:
Remedy:
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Wrong setting data program
G25 / G26 programmed
G92 programmed with an address other than ”S” or ”P”
M19 programmed with an address other than ”S”
As for Alarm 3000
•
•
•
Subroutine error
M30 programmed as program end
M17 missing at program end
• 5th nesting depth activated
(only 4 subroutine levels possible with SINUMERIK 810)
• M17 programmed in main program
As for Alarm 3000
•
•
Program disabled
L0 preselected in AUTOMATIC display (is prohibited)
Intersection error
This error may occur in conjunction with stock removal cycle L95
if:
• Contour program programmed without G0, G1, G2, G3
• @ 714 programmed in contour program
• Incorrect plane in contour program
• No intersection found
• More than quarter circle programmed in contour program
• No geometry in first block of contour program of L95
stock removal cycle
As for Alarm 3000
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3011
Explanation:
Remedy:
3012
Explanation:
Remedy:
3013
Explanation:
Remedy:
3016
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
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Number of axes > 2 / axes twice
An axis has been programmed twice in the same block.
More axes have been programmed than are available at the machine
As for Alarm 3000
•
•
Block not in memory
Program not terminated with M02 / M30 / M17.
Block number stated in the jump (@ 100, 11x, 12x, 13x) was not
found in the specified direction.
As for Alarm 3000
•
•
Simulation disabled
With the machine data set accordingly, graphic simulation (for checking
the part program) is only possible if no program is being processed
simultaneously at the machine (depending on MD 5007,
bit 4).
• Interrupt the part program at a suitable point using the
RESET key
• Process the part program up to the end, then simulate
External data input error
Data transfer interrupted.
With external data input from the PLC to the NC:
• Code is incorrect
• Value excessive
• Dimensional identifier impermissible
• Option not available
• Check PLC program
• Check NC MD, PLC MD
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3017
Scan:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
3018
Scan:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
3019
Explanation:
Remedy:
3020
11.90
Part program no. occurs twice
With ”POWER ON RESET” (switching on of control)
NC START disabled
The EPROM card for the cycles has a part program
in duplicate
Check UMS
Distance from contour too great
After NC start (automatic)
•
Stop in processing
The distance from the circle contour (MD 9) is too large after
repositioning
Note MD 9, move closer to the contour
Option RS 232 not available
The second RS 232 C (V.24) interface has been activated by the PLC
or using the soft key without the option being available.
• Transmit data via the first RS 232C interface
• Retrofit option C62 (second RS 232C interface)
Option not available
Explanation:
A function has been programmed which is not available in the control.
Remedy:
•
•
3021
Scan:
As for Alarm 3000
Retrofit option
CRC/TNRC contour error
•
With CRC/TNRC selected
NOT:
Explanation:
11–42
•
•
in selection block
in cancellation block
Correction calculation produces a traversing movement opposing the
programmed movement.
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3024
Explanation:
Remedy:
3025
Display description not available
A configured softkey has been used to skip to a display which is not
available in the user memory submodule or system memory.
• Check display number
• Check softkey function
Display description error
Explanation:
•
Remedy:
•
•
•
•
3026
Explanation:
Remedy:
Graphics / text too volum.
•
•
•
•
3027
A display with graphics has been configured but the control
does not have the ”Graphics” option.
The selected display has too many variables or fields.
A display type not known to the control has been configured.
Check display with programming workstation
Retrofit ”Graphics” option if necessary
Configuring error in selected display
Sum of graphics and text elements too large
Check display with programming workstation
Split contents over 2 displays if necessary
Graphics command too volum.
Explanation:
Sum of graphics commands in selected display too large.
Note:
This alarm activates Alarm 3026.
Remedy:
•
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3028
Too many fields / variables
Explanation:
•
Remedy:
•
•
•
3029
Explanation:
Remedy:
3030
Explanation:
Remedy:
Note:
3032
Note:
3033
Explanation:
Remedy:
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Configuring error in selected display. The number of fields or
variables is limited in view of the specific length of the transfer
buffer. A maximum number of fields/variables cannot be stated
since the fields/variables can have different formats and positions.
Check display with programming workstation
Reduce number of fields/variables
Split contents over 2 displays if necessary
Graphics option not available
Graphics elements have been configured in the selected display
although NC MD 5015 bit 2 ”Graphics” is not available in the control.
• Set bit 2 of NC MD 5015
• Configure displays without graphics elements
Cursor memory not available
The cursor memory configured in the selected display is not correct
(number not permitted or too large).
Re-determine cursor memory with programming workstation.
• The function of the cursor memory is to place the cursor
at its original position when the display is called
once more.
Too many fields / variables (DIS GGS)
As for Alarm 3028
Display text not available
An error has occurred during linking with the programming workstation.
Check link list and re-link with programming workstation
(watch for link errors!).
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3034
Explanation:
Remedy:
3040
Explanation:
Remedy:
Note:
3041
Explanation:
3042
Explanation:
Remedy:
3043
Explanation:
Remedy:
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Text not available
The followings texts have been incorrectly linked or not linked at all in
the selected display:
• Menu texts
• Dialog texts
• Mode texts
• Alarm texts etc.
Check display using programming workstation
Fields / var. not displayable
Field/variable incorrectly configured or not configured
Field/variable configured with inadequate number of positions
• Field/variable overflow (range of values exceeded)
Check field/variable using programming workstation; if necessary delete
and re-input.
If the error occurs in the Siemens standard displays, the range of
values has been exceeded.
•
•
Too many fields / variables (DID DIS)
As for Alarm 3028
Display description error
An error has been determined in the display description which cannot
be accurately assigned, e.g. a non-existent field has been configured
(NC MD for 5th axis).
Check display using programming workstation, graphics not available
Display description error
As for Alarm 3024
As for Alarm 3042
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3046
Explanation:
Remedy:
3048
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Variable error
A variable has been selected which cannot be represented in control.
Check display using programming workstation; re-input variable if
necessary
Wrong workpiece definition
Explanation:
Minimum and maximum values have been reversed when defining the
workpiece.
Example: Xmin. = 100
Xmax. = 50
Remedy:
Check workpiece definition for valid values.
3049
Explanation:
Remedy:
3050
Explanation:
3063
Explanation:
Remedy:
11–46
Wrong simulation area
No values or incorrect values have been input when defining the
simulation area.
•
Check values for simulation area (all levels).
•
Simulation may only be restarted after depressing
RESET and the ACKNOWLEDGE ALARM key.
Incorrect input
Simulation data incorrect/not defined.
Data block not available
In PLC STATUS a DB No. was selected, which is not available.
Select or create correct DB.
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3081
Explanation:
Remedy:
3082
Explanation:
Remedy:
3083
Explanation:
Remedy:
3084
Explanation:
Remedy:
3087
Erläuterung:
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CRC not selected on approach
The function ”soft contour approach and retract” is only possible when
cutter radius compensation has been selected. G41/ G42 D0 is then
considered to have been selected.
Select CRC
Feed missing/not prog.
When simulating a part program:
• No feedrate F programmed
• F value too small (MD)
• Wrong feed type in G36 block
Programm feedrate correctly
Feed limit fictitious axis
The feedrate is reduced block by block if necessary to ensure that the
rotary axis is not moved faster than specified in MD 280* when the
Transmit function is active.
Alarm ist not actuated when rapid reverse ist programmed in the part
program (G00, G10)
Programm smaller feedrate or select other cutter radius
Wrong data in DB 39
• R parameter no. not within permissible range
• Incorrect assingment axis /cam parameter
Correct DB 39 values and specify value transfer
Transformationsdaten-Fehler
Fehlerhafter Inhalt in Transformationsmaschinendatum
(wird nur bei Neustart gemeldet).
Der Alarm ist satzbezogen. Die Nummer des fehlerhaften Maschinendatums wird an Stelle der Satznummer angegeben.
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3200
Explanation:
3201
01.93
e.g. 1N5 illegal working area limitation
N5 = axis number 5 (a number from 1 to 7 is possible)
1 =min. working area limitation
2=max. working area limitation
This alarm is issued when the entry for working area limitation is
beyond the permitted values. Together with this alarm, the values are
limited to the maximum possible. This alarm sinply indicates that this
limitation has taken place.
Spindle not synchronized
Explanation:
Initiation of C axis mode without the spindle being synchronized. This
can occur if the spindle has not been rotated after POWER ON.
Remedy:
Rotate spindle.
3202
M19 still active
Explanation:
Initiation of rotary axis mode although M19 is still active.
Remedy:
Terminate M19.
11–48
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6000
:
6063
Explanation:
Remedy:
6100
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
6101
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
6102
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
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PLC user alarm
Initiation bit was set in the PLC user program
Check PLC program or machine function
Signal converter missing
Load or transfer command to unavailable peripheral device
(I/Os), e.g. L PB, T PB
PLC STOP
Check peripheral address or STEP 5 program
Illegal MC 5 code
STEP-5 instruction cannot be interpreted
PLC STOP
Check or reload PLC program
Evaluate ISTACK
Illegal MC 5 parameter
Illegal parameter type (I, Q, F, C, T) or
illegal parameter value
PLC STOP
Check PLC program
Evaluate ISTACK
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6103
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
6104
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
6105
Cause:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
6106
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
6107
Cause:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
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09.91
Transfer to missing DB
L DW or T DW without prior ”opening”
(A DB ...) of a data block
PLC STOP
Check PLC program
Substitution error
Parameterization error in BMW or BDW command
PLC STOP
Correct PLC program
Missing MC 5 block
Unavailable block in control called
(OB, PB, SB, FB).
PLC STOP
OB2 not available, for example
Enter missing block
DB missing
Unavailable data block in control called
PLC STOP
Enter missing DB
Illegal segment LIR / TIR
LIR: Segment No. 0-A allowed
TIR: Segment No. 0-6 allowed
PLC STOP
Programming Guide LIR/TIR
Correct program
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6108
Cause:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
6109
Cause:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
6110
Cause:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
6111
Cause:
Effect:
Explanation:
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Illegal segment block transfer TNB / TNW
Source :
Segment No. 0-A allowed
Destination : Segment No. 0-6 allowed
PLC STOP
See Programming Guide TNB / TNW
Correct program
Overflow - BSTACK
Nesting depth of more than 12
PLC STOP
When a block calls itself, for example
Correct program
Overflow - ISTACK
More than two ISTACK entries
PLC STOP
Cyclic program (OB1) interrupted by interrupt handler (OB2)
and interrupt handler interrupts itself
See processing delay OB2, Alarm 6162.
MC 5 instruction STS
STS instruction programmed in FB
PLC STOP
Immediate termination of STEP 5 program processing
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6112
Cause:
Effect:
Explanation:
6113
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
6114
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
6115
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
6116
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
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MC 5 - command STP
STP instruction programmed
PLC STOP
PLC STOP after termination of STEP 5 program processing
Illegal MC 5 timer / counter
STEP 5 timer or counter not available or not enabled via MD. Time with
a constant of 10 ms progr.
PLC STOP.
• Correct program, correct time constant (100 ms, 1 s, 10 s)
• Change PLC MD 6
Function macro
Error in use of a function block (basic program)
PLC STOP
See Programming Guide, Function Macros
Evaluate ISTACK (error number in ACCU 2)
System commands disabled
Programmed command LIR, TIR, TNB, TNW
PLC STOP
Set PLC MD 2003 bit 4
MD 0000:
Alarm byte No.
PLC MD 0 set greater than 31
PLC STOP
Correct MD
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6117
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
6118
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
6119
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
6121
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
6122
Cause:
Remedy:
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MD 0001:
CPU load
PLC MD 1 greater than 20 %
PLC STOP
Correct MD
MD 0003:
Alarm runtime
PLC MD 3 greater than 2500 µs
PLC STOP
Correct MD
MD 0005:
Cycle time
PLC MD 5 greater than 320 ms
PLC STOP
Correct MD
MD 0006:
Last MC 5 time
PLC MD 6 greater than 31
PLC STOP
Correct MD
This arrangement n. permitted
A wrong coupling area position ( 0) was set at the link module master
PLC by DIP-FIX (S6).
Set DIP-FIX (S6) properly
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6123
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
6124
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
6125
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
Explanation:
6126
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
Explanation:
6127
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
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Illegal servo sampling time
NC MD 155 greater than 5
PLC STOP
Correct MD
Gap in MC 5 memory
Legal and illegal blocks do not follow on smoothly
PLC STOP
Overall reset and reload PLC program
Inputs assigned twice
Same address for central and distributed inputs
PLC STOP
Check addressing for input modules
Address central I/O device before distributed device
Outputs assigned twice
Same address for central and distributed outputs
PLC STOP
Check addressing for output modules
Address central I/O device before distributed device
Alarm byte missing
Selected interrupt input byte not available in hardware
PLC STOP
•
Change PLC MD 0
•
Adjust address decoding for interrupt byte
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6128
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
6130
Wrong I/O jumpering
Same address for central and distributed I/O device
PLC STOP
Change address decoding
Synch. error basic program
Cause:
Synchronization pattern for assembler function blocks no longer correct
Effect:
Remedy:
PLC STOP
PLC OVERALL RESET, reload PLC program if necessary
6131
Synch. error MC 5 program
Cause:
Synchronization pattern for STEP 5 program blocks no longer correct
Effect:
Remedy:
PLC STOP
PLC OVERALL RESET, reload PLC program
6132
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
6133
Effect:
Remedy:
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Synch. error MC 5 data
Synchronization pattern for STEP 5 data blocks no longer
correct
PLC STOP
PLC OVERALL RESET, reload PLC program
Illegal block basic program
PLC STOP
Replace system software
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6134
Effect:
Remedy:
6135
Effect:
Remedy:
6136
Effect:
Remedy:
6137
Effect:
Remedy:
6138
Cause:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
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Illegal block MC 5 program
PLC STOP
PLC OVERALL RESET, reload PLC program
Illegal block MC 5 data
PLC STOP
PLC OVERALL RESET, reload PLC program
Sumcheck error MC 5 block
PLC STOP
PLC OVERALL RESET, reload PLC program
Sumcheck error basic program
PLC STOP
Replace system software
No response from EU
No operating voltage at EU
Cable to EU not connected or defective
POWER ON :
PLC STOP, control ramps up automatically after
fault has been rectified
Cyclic
: PLC STOP, as a function of PLC-MD 2003 bit 2
May also occur in the event of major interference
Check cable, address setting EU No. = 0; +24V supply
voltage OK?
•
•
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6139
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
6140
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
6143
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
6144
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
6145
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
11–57
EU transmission error
Incorrect protocol between EU and central controller (NC).
See 6138
Check cable; observe installation instructions for fibre-optics cables;
shielding (interference)
Impermissible warm restart
Problems in operating system after voltage dip
PLC STOP
Start control with cold restart
Decoding DB not available
DB 80 missing
PLC STOP
Input DB 80
Decoding DB not modulo 6
DB 80 must have 3 DWs per extended M function
PLC STOP
Number of DWs in DB must be a multiple of 3
(3 DWs, 6 DWs, 12 DWs etc.)
Wrong number of decoding units
Possible number of decoding units 2, 4, 8, 16, 32
PLC STOP
Number of M functions entered in DB must be
2, 4, 8, 16 or 32
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6146
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
6147
Cause:
Effect:
Explanation:
6148
Cause:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
6149
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
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Decoding DB too short
DB 80 not set up over full length (DW 0 - 95)
PLC STOP
Set up DB 80 in start-up procedure or input subsequently
Distributed I/Os changed
Module(s) withdrawn or inserted in cyclic operation
PLC STOP dependent on PLC MD 2003 bit 2
(Intended for installation)
Overtemperature in EU
Temperature rise in EU, fan breaks down
PLC message 6148 displayed
Monitor on CC interface module
6FX1132-1BA01 module
Check fan
Stop via softkey PG
Stop command via PG
PLC STOP
•
PLC Start via PG
•
POWER ON
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6150
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
6151
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
6152
Cause:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
6153
Cause:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
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Timeout:
MC5 user
PLC STOP
(S5 prog.)
Evaluate fine coding of errors, see Programming Guide
Timeout:
Link memory
PLC STOP
Only when master PLC link is used (not currently implemented)
Check hardware
Timeout:
LIR / TIR
Unavailable addresses accessed
PLC STOP
See Programming Guide
Check segment and offset address. Hardware available?
Timeout:
TNB / TNW
Programming error or incorrect use of TNB/TNW
PLC STOP
See Programming Guide
Check reliability of source and destination addresses
Addresses available
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6154
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
6155
Effect:
Remedy:
6156
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
6157
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
11–60
Timeout:
11.90
LPB / LPW / TPB / TPW
Load/transfer command to faulted I/O device
PLC STOP
Check I/O device or replace modules
Timeout substitution command
PLC STOP
Check PLC program
Timeout not interpretable
No acknowledgement (Timeout) not definable by system program
PLC STOP
Evaluate fine error diagnostics
PLC OVERALL RESET, reload PLC program
Timeout:
JU FB /JC FB
Unavailable addresses accessed in resident function macros
PLC STOP
Check hardware
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6158
Cause:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
6159
Cause:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
6160
Cause:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
6161
Cause:
Effect:
Remedy:
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Timeout with I / O transfer
Central I/O device no longer signalling
PLC STOP
All I/O modules detected on start-up (If the no. of I/O modules changes
in cyclic operation this alarm appears)
No alarm on failure of +24 V supply!
Check bus connections to I/O submodules
Time exceeded STEP 5
Maximum runtime in PLC MD 1 exceeded
PLC STOP, dependent on PLC MD 2003 bit 1
Evaluate diagnostic DB
•
Increase MD 1
CPU load increases
•
Set MD 2003 bit 6
cycle time increases
•
Time-optimize PLC program
Runtime exceeded OB2
Maximum runtime in PLC MD 3 exceeded
PLC STOP, dependent on PLC MD 2003 bit 0
Evaluate diagnostic DB
•
Increase MD 3
•
Time-optimize OB2
Cycle time exceeded
Maximum runtime in PLC MD 5 exceeded
PLC STOP
•
Increase MD 5
•
Time-optimize PLC program
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6162
Cause:
Effect:
Explanation:
Remedy:
6163
11.90
Processing time delay OB2
The alarm program interrupted itself.
PLC STOP, dependent on PLC MD 2003 Bit 0.
Evaluate diagnostic DB.
Time-optimize OB2, i.e. reduce active processing time of interrupt
handler
Host PLC failure
(available soon)
7000
PLC user messages
7063
Cause:
11–62
Initiation bit was set in the PLC user program
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