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ECODRIVE
Drive Controller
DKC02.1
Trouble Shooting Guide: SSE 03VRS
DOK-ECODRV-SSE-03VRS**-WAR1-EN-P
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Indramat
ECODRIVE Drive Controller DKC02.1
Title
Type of Documentation
ECODRIVE Drive Controller DKC02.1
Trouble Shooting Guide
Documentation Code
DOK-ECODRV-SSE-03VRS**-WAR1-EN-P
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• 209-0073-4324-00
The purpose of this
documentation?
This documentation assists maintenance personnel in identifying errors
with equipment.
It should:
• help in understanding error messages
• help in finding the causes for defects
• describe the procedure for error recovery
• simplify the process of establishing contact with the INDRAMAT
customer service department.
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the machine manufacturer.
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Contents
1 Diagnostic Message Descriptions
1-1
1.1 Overview of Diagnostic Message Descriptions ....................................................................................1-1
Diagnostic Message Types............................................................................................................1-1
Makeup of a Diagnostic Message..................................................................................................1-1
2 Error Diagnostic Messages
2-1
UL Motor Type not registered ........................................................................................................2-1
PL Load parameter default values.................................................................................................2-1
F207 Switching to uninitialized operation mode.............................................................................2-2
F218 Heatsink Overtemperature Shutdown ..................................................................................2-2
F219 Motor Overtemperature Shutdown .......................................................................................2-3
F220 Bleeder Overtemperature Shutdown ....................................................................................2-3
F226 Undervoltage Error ...............................................................................................................2-4
F228 Excessive Deviation .............................................................................................................2-4
F229 Motor Encoder Failure: Quadrant Error ................................................................................2-5
F234 Emergency Stop ...................................................................................................................2-5
F236 Excessive Position Feedback Difference .............................................................................2-5
F237 Excessive Position Command Difference ............................................................................2-6
F242 External Encoder Failure: Signals too small.........................................................................2-6
F245 External Encoder Failure: Quadrant Error ............................................................................2-7
F248 Low Battery Voltage..............................................................................................................2-7
F267 Erroneous Internal Hardware Synchronization.....................................................................2-8
F276 Absolute encoder error > P-0-0097 ......................................................................................2-8
F401 Double MST Error Shutdown................................................................................................2-9
F402 Double MDT Error Shutdown ...............................................................................................2-9
F403 Invalid Communication Phase Shutdown .............................................................................2-9
F404 Error during Phase Progression .........................................................................................2-10
F405 Error during Phase Regression ..........................................................................................2-10
F406 Phase Switching Without Ready Signal .............................................................................2-10
F629 Positive Travel Limit Value is Exceeded.............................................................................2-10
F630 Negative Travel Limit Value is Exceeded ...........................................................................2-11
F643 Positive Travel Limit Switch Detected ................................................................................2-12
F644 Negative Travel Limit Switch Detected...............................................................................2-12
F822 Motor Encoder Failure: Signals too Small ..........................................................................2-13
F860 Overcurrent: Short in Power Stage.....................................................................................2-13
F870 + 24 Volt Error ....................................................................................................................2-13
F873 Power supply drive stage fault............................................................................................2-14
F878 Velocity Loop Error .............................................................................................................2-14
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F879, Crossing Velocity Limit (S-0-0091) Value..........................................................................2-15
F895 4 kHz Fault .........................................................................................................................2-15
3 Warning Diagnostic Messages
3-1
E249 Positioning vel. (S-0-0259) greater S-0-0091.......................................................................3-1
E250 Drive Overtemperature Warning ..........................................................................................3-1
E251 Motor Overtemperature Warning .........................................................................................3-1
E252 Bleeder Overtemperature Warning ......................................................................................3-2
E253 Target position out of travel zone .........................................................................................3-2
E254 Not Homed ...........................................................................................................................3-2
E255 Feedrate Override(S-0-0108) = 0.........................................................................................3-3
E256 Torque Limit = 0 ...................................................................................................................3-3
E257 Continuous Current Limiting Active ......................................................................................3-3
E259 Command velocity limitation active ......................................................................................3-4
E410 Slave not scanned or address 0...........................................................................................3-4
E825 Overvoltage in the Power Stage...........................................................................................3-4
E829 Positive Position Limit Value Exceeded ...............................................................................3-5
E830 Negative Position Limit Value Exceeded..............................................................................3-5
E843 Positive Travel Zone Limit Switch Activated.........................................................................3-5
E844 Negative Travel Zone Limit Switch Activated .......................................................................3-6
4 Command Diagnostic Messages
4-1
C100 Communication phase 3 transition check ............................................................................4-1
C101 Invalid Communication Parameter (S-0-0021).....................................................................4-1
C102 Limit Error Communication Parameter (S-0-0021) .............................................................4-1
C104 Config. IDN for MDT not configurable ..................................................................................4-1
C105 Configured Length > Max. Length for MDT..........................................................................4-2
C106 N for AT not configurable .....................................................................................................4-2
C107 Configured Length > Max. Length for AT.............................................................................4-2
C108 Time Slot Parameter > SERCOS Cycle Time......................................................................4-3
C109 Position of Data Record in MDT (S-0-0009) even................................................................4-3
C110 Length of MDT (S-0-0010) odd ............................................................................................4-3
C111 ID9 + Record Length - 1 > Length MDT (S-0-0010).............................................................4-4
C112 TNcyc (S-0-0001) or TScyc (S-0-0002) Error ......................................................................4-4
C113 Relation TNcyc (S-0-0001) to TScyc (S-0-0002) Error ........................................................4-4
C114 T4 > TScyc (S-0-0002) - T4min (S-0-0005) .........................................................................4-5
C115 T2 too small..........................................................................................................................4-5
C200 Communication phase 4 transition check ............................................................................4-5
C201 Invalid Parameter (-> S-0-0022) ..........................................................................................4-5
C202 Limit Error Parameter (->S-0-0022) .....................................................................................4-6
C203 Parameter Calculation Error (->S-0-0022) ...........................................................................4-6
C207 Load Error LCA ...................................................................................................................4-6
C210 External Feedback Required (-> S-0-0022) .........................................................................4-6
C211 Invalid Feedback Data (-> S-0-0022)...................................................................................4-7
C212 Invalid amplifier data (-> S-0-0022)......................................................................................4-7
C213 Position data scaling error....................................................................................................4-7
C214 Velocity data scaling error....................................................................................................4-8
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C215 Acceleration data scaling error.............................................................................................4-8
C216 Torque/force data scaling error ............................................................................................4-9
C217 Motor feedback data reading error.......................................................................................4-9
C218 External feedback data reading error...................................................................................4-9
C220 Mot. Feedback Initialization Error.......................................................................................4-10
C221 Ext. Feedback Initializing Error ..........................................................................................4-10
C227 Modulo range error.............................................................................................................4-11
C300 Set absolute measuring .....................................................................................................4-11
C301 Setting Absolute Measuring Not Allowed, Drive Enable.....................................................4-11
C302 Absolute Measuring System Not Installed .........................................................................4-11
C500 Reset class 1 diagnostic ....................................................................................................4-12
C600 Drive-controlled homing procedure command ...................................................................4-12
C601 Homing Not Possible If Drive Is Not Enabled.....................................................................4-12
C602 Distance homing switch - reference mark erroneous ........................................................4-12
C603 Homing Not Permitted In This Operating Mode .................................................................4-12
C604 Homing of absolute encoder not possible ..........................................................................4-13
C605, Homing velocity too great..................................................................................................4-13
C700 Basic load...........................................................................................................................4-13
C800 Command Base-Parameter load .......................................................................................4-13
D400 Positive stop drive procedure command ............................................................................4-14
D401 ZKL1 Error at Command Start ...........................................................................................4-14
5 Status Diagnostic Messages
5-1
A000 Communication Phase 0 ......................................................................................................5-1
A001 Communication Phase 1 ......................................................................................................5-1
A002 Communication Phase 2 ......................................................................................................5-1
A003 Communication Phase 3 ......................................................................................................5-2
A010 Halt Drive..............................................................................................................................5-2
A012 Control and Power Sections Ready for Operation................................................................5-2
A013 Ready for Power ON ............................................................................................................5-2
A100 Drive in Torque Mode...........................................................................................................5-2
A101 Drive in Velocity Mode..........................................................................................................5-3
A102 Position Mode Encoder 1 .....................................................................................................5-3
A103 Position Mode Encoder 2 .....................................................................................................5-3
A104 Position Mode Encoder 1 / lagless positioning.....................................................................5-3
A105 Position Mode Encoder 2 / lagless positioning.....................................................................5-3
A106 Drive-Controlled Interpolation/Encoder 1 .............................................................................5-4
A107 Drive-Controlled Interpolation/Encoder 2 .............................................................................5-4
A108 Drive-Controlled Interpolation/Encoder 1/Lagless................................................................5-4
A109 Drive-Controlled Interpolation/Encoder 2/Lagless................................................................5-4
6 Exchanging Drive Components
6-1
6.1 Procedure for Exchanging Devices ......................................................................................................6-2
Exchange the DKC: .......................................................................................................................6-3
Motor Exchange:............................................................................................................................6-3
Cable Exchange: ...........................................................................................................................6-4
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Diagnostic Message Descriptions
1.1
Overview of Diagnostic Message Descriptions
Diagnostic Message Types
Each operational state of the drive controller is characterized by a
diagnostic message.
Note the following distinctions:
Ÿ Error diagnostic messages
Ÿ Warning diagnostic messages
Ÿ Command diagnostic messages
Ÿ Status diagnostic messages
Ÿ Operation status messages
Makeup of a Diagnostic Message
A diagnostic message consists of:
• A diagnostic number and
• a diagnostic text
F2/28 excessive output error
diagnostic text
diagnostic number
Fig. 1-1: Diagnostic message makeup: a diagnostic message number and text.
In the example shown above, "F2" and "28" alternate in the H1 display.
Parameter P-0-0001, Diagnostic number appears in hexadecimal form.
Also, the drive controller stores the diagnostic number and diagnostic text
as the string "F2/28, Excessive output error" in parameter S-0-0095,
Diagnostic message.
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H1-Display
The H1-Display serves as an optical display of the diagnostic message
on the drive controller.
H1 DISPLAY
EK0003d1.ds4
Fig. 1-2: H1-Display
An icon representing the diagnostic number appears on this two-place
seven-segment display. The arrangement of the display is based on the
"Diagnostic message priority display" screen.
This display allows you to see the current operation status at a glance,
without using a communications interface.
The operating mode cannot be seen from the H1-Display. If the drive is
enabled and no command was activated, then the symbol "AF" appears
on the display.
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Diagnostic message
output priority
If more than one diagnostic message has been generated, then the
message with the highest priority will be displayed first.
The illustration below shows the order of priority.
Error
3
5
,
2
5
,
7
<
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
Plain text diagnostic message
Plain text diagnostic messages contain the diagnostic number followed
by the diagnostic text, as shown in the example, "Excessive output error"
(Fig. 1-1).
It can be read from parameter S-0-0095, Diagnostic message and
displays the drive status directly to the user interface.
The plain text diagnostic message will be shown in the current language
as set in language selection.
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Diagnostic Message Descriptions
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UL
Error Diagnostic Messages
Motor Type not registered
Description:
The controller settings for current controller, speed controller and position
controller are stored in the motor feedback. When the controller is
connected to the motor for the first time, the controller indicates that the
controller settings are not correct for that motor type. When the "initial
program loading" command is started, the default settings from the
feedback storage are loaded into the drive controller.
Pressing the S1 button on the drive controller starts the "initial program
loading" command.
Cause:
The motor has been replaced.
A parameter file has been loaded in which the parameter P-0-4036,
Contacted Motor Type and the motor type are different.
Remedial action:
Start command "C700 initial program loading" or press S1 button.
PL
Load parameter default values
Description:
After the firmware (EPROMs) has been replaced, the drive shows "PL" if
parameters are different in the old and the new firmware. Pressing the
S1 button on the drive controller or starting the command "load base
parameters" clears all parameter values and sets the parameters to their
default values.
Cause:
The firmware has been replaced; the number of parameter in the new
firmware is different from the number of parameters in the old firmware.
Remedial action:
Press S1 on the drive controller. This clears all parameter values and
sets the parameters to their factory-set default values.
⇒ This overwrites all parameters and motion blocks.
CAUTION
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F207 Switching to uninitialized operation mode
Cause:
"0" has been programmed in at least one of the four mode parameters S0-0032..35. This mode has been selected by bits 8 and 9 in the master
control word while the drive controller was activated.
Remedial action:
Enter the required mode in the activated mode parameter.
Valid modes are:
Meaning:
Bit list of mode parameters:
Torque control
0000 0000 0000 0001
Velocity control
0000 0000 0000 0010
Position control with position
feedback value 1
0000 0000 0000 x011
Position control with position
feedback value 2
0000 0000 0000 x100
Drive-internal interpolation with
position feedback value 1
0000 0000 0001 x011
Drive-internal interpolation with
position feedback value 2
0000 0000 0001 x100
Fig. 2-1: Modes
Parameter:
Primary mode
S-0-0032
Secondary mode 1
S-0-0033
Secondary mode 2
S-0-0034
Secondary mode 3
S-0-0035
Verify that a valid interpolation type has been entered.
F218 Heatsink Overtemperature Shutdown
Description:
The heat sink temperature of the DKCs is monitored. The unit is switched
off to prevent damage if the heat sink temperature is too high.
Cause:
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Error Diagnostic Messages
1.
The ambient temperature is too high. The specified performance
characteristics are valid up to an ambient temperature of 45°C.
2.
The heat sink of the DKC is polluted.
3.
Other modules or cabinet installation prevent convection.
4.
Fan defective
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Remedial action:
Ref. 1. Reduce ambient temperature (provide cooling for the switchgear
cabinet, for example)
Ref. 2. Clean the heat sink
Ref. 3. Install the unit in a vertical position and provide sufficient
clearance for the ventilation of the heat sink.
Ref. 4. Replace the unit
F219 Motor Overtemperature Shutdown
The drive generates this error message when the motor temperature
exceeds 150°C.
Cause:
1.
Motor overload. The effective torque requested from the motor
has exceeded the permissible continuous torque value for too
long a time.
2.
Broken wire or short-circuit in the cable to the motor temperature
monitor.
3.
Instability in the speed control loop.
Remedial action:
Ref. 1. Verify motor rating. Check whether the drive conditions of a
system that has been used for a long time have changed in the
meantime (pollution, friction, moved masses, etc.).
Ref. 2. Check the cable to the motor temperature monitor (X6/1 and
X6/2) for broken wires or short-circuit.
Ref. 3. Check the parameter values of the speed control loop (see
Functional Description).
F220 Bleeder Overtemperature Shutdown
Description:
Overload of the built-in brake resistance. The drive is shut down after
braking if the maximum braking energy is exceeded. This protects the
bleeder from thermal destruction.
Cause:
1.
The energy returned from the mechanical system of the machine
via the motor is too high.
Remedial action:
Ref. 1. Too much power ---> reduce acceleration values
Too much energy ---> reduce velocity values
Verify drive rating
Install additional bleeder module if necessary
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F226 Undervoltage Error
The DC bus voltage is monitored. The drive is shut down after the
selected error reaction when the voltage falls below the minimum
threshold.
Cause:
1.
Power shutdown without previous de-activation of the drive via
the controller enable signal (RF)
2.
Activating the drive via the controller enable signal (RF) without
previous activation of the power section.
3.
Malfunction of the power supply.
Remedial action:
1.
Verification of the logic required for activating the drive in the
connected controller.
2.
Malfunctions in the power supply must be eliminated.
F228 Excessive Deviation
When the position control loop in the drive is closed, it checks whether
the specified command value can be followed. A model position
feedback value is computed in the drive and compared with the actual
position feedback value. This error is generated if the difference between
theoretical and actual position feedback value exceeds the value of the
parameter S-0-0159, Monitoring Window for more than 64 ms.
Cause:
1.
The acceleration capacity of the drive has been exceeded.
2.
The axis has been blocked.
3.
Incorrect values in the drive parameters.
4.
Incorrect value of S-0-0159, Monitoring Window
5.
The power supply was switched off while the controller enable
signal was applied.
Remedial action:
Ref. 1. Check the parameter S-0-0092, Bipolar Torque/Force Limit
Value and set it to the maximum value that is permissible for the
application.
Reduce the specified acceleration value of the controller (see
Controller Manual).
Ref. 2. Check the mechanical system and eliminate axis jamming
Ref. 3. Check drive parameters
Ref. 4. Set S-0-0159, Monitoring Window
Ref. 5. Check if there are error messages different to "28" in the AC
servo drive.
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F229 Motor Encoder Failure: Quadrant Error
A hardware error was detected in the employed motor encoder interface.
Cause:
1.
Defective encoder cable
2.
Interference on encoder cable
3.
Defective motor encoder interface
4.
Defective drive controller
Remedial action:
Ref. 1. Replace the encoder cable
Ref. 2. Lay the encoder cable separately from power cables
Ref. 3. Replace the motor encoder interface
Ref. 4. Replace the drive controller
F234 Emergency Stop
Cause:
The emergency stop function has been triggered by switching off the
+24 V signal art the emergency stop input. The drive was shut down with
the selected error reaction.
Remedial action:
1.
Eliminate the cause that has switched off the +24 V signal at the
emergency stop input.
2.
Activate the command "Reset class 1 diagnostics" via the
controller (see Controller Manual).
F236 Excessive Position Feedback Difference
Cause:
Position feedback value 1 and position feedback value 2 are set to the
same value and the cyclic evaluation of both encoders is started in the
communication phase 4 transition check command. In cyclic operation
(phase 4), the position feedback value difference of both encoders is
compared with S-0-0391, Monitoring Window External Feedback. The
error F236, Excessive Position Feedback Difference is issued and the
programmed error reaction performed if the value of the difference
exceeds the monitoring window.
1.
Incorrect parameter for external encoder
(S-0-0115, Position feedback 2 type parameter
S-0-0117, Resolution of rotational feedback
2.
Incorrect parameter values for mechanical system between
motor shaft and external encoder
(S-0-0121, Input revolutions of load gear
S-0-0122, Output revolutions of load gear
S-0-0123, Feed constant)
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3.
The mechanical system between motor shaft and external
encoder is not rigid (e.g. gear play)
4.
Defective encoder cable
5.
Defect in signal conditioning of external measuring system
6.
Maximum input frequency of encoder interface exceeded
7.
External encoder not mounted on driven axis
Remedial action:
Ref. 1. Check S-0-0115, Position feedback 2 type parameter and
S-0-0117, Resolution of rotational feedback
Ref. 2. Check S-0-0121, Input revolutions of load gear,
S-0-0122, Output revolutions of load gear, and
S-0-0123, Feed constant
Ref. 3. Increase S-0-0391, Monitoring Window External Feedback
Ref. 4. Replace encoder cable
Ref. 5. Replace axis controller
Ref. 6. Reduce velocity
Ref. 7. Set S-0-0391, Monitoring Window External Feedback to 0 (deactivate monitoring function)
F237 Excessive Position Command Difference
Cause:
The position command values that arrive via the SERCOS interface are
monitored when the drive works in position control mode. The position
command value monitoring function responds if two consecutive position
command values require the drive to provide a velocity that is equal to or
greater than the value specified in S-0-0091, Bipolar Velocity Limit
Value. While 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.
Remedial action:
Compare S-0-0091, Bipolar Velocity Limit Value with the programmed
velocity and adjust if necessary.
F242 External Encoder Failure: Signals too small
Cause:
In the high-resolution evaluation of an external measuring system, the
analog signals of the measuring system are employed for monitoring the
sine and cosine signal.
Remedial action:
• Check the cables to the measuring system
• Check the measuring system
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F245 External Encoder Failure: Quadrant Error
A hardware fault has been detected in the external measuring system’s
high-resolution position interface for sinusoidal signals.
Cause:
1.
2.
3.
Defective encoder cable
Interference on encoder cable
Defective amplifier
Remedial action:
Ref. 1. Replace the encoder cable
Ref. 2. Lay the encoder cable separately from power cables
Ref. 3. Replace the amplifier
F248 Low Battery Voltage
Cause:
In a motor of the MKD series, the absolute position information is stored
in a battery-backed electronics system in the motor feedback. The
battery has been designed for a utilization period of 10 years. This
message is output if the battery voltage drops below 2.8 V. The function
of the absolute encoder is ensured for another two weeks.
CAUTION
Hazard:
Faults in controlling motors and/or moved
elements may lead to injuries.
⇒ Action:
Replace battery as soon as possible
Preparation for changing batteries
The following parts are required:
• Size 10 TORX screwdriver
• Flat nose pliers; torque wrench
• New pre-assembled battery (order no.: 257101)
CAUTION
Hazard:
Faults in controlling motors and/or moved
elements may lead to injuries.
⇒
Switch off the power supply and secure it
against being switched on again. Replace
the battery while the control voltage is
switched on.
If the control voltage were switched off while the battery is disconnected,
the right reference point would be lost and must be re-established.
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Removing the battery:
• Use a size 10 screwdriver to remove the TORX screws 1
• Pull out the cover of the RSF resolver feedback
• Remove connector 2 of the battery
• Loosen battery clamp 3 and remove battery
Inserting the battery
• Insert the pre-assembled battery (order no.: 257101) in the enclosure
and tighten the clamping device.
• Caution! Do not squeeze the battery cable
• Reconnect battery connector 2
Close the cover of the resolver feedback, insert the 4 TORX screws and
use the torque wrench to tighten them (1.8 Nm)
F267 Erroneous Internal Hardware Synchronization
Cause:
A phase control loop synchronizes the drive control activities of all drives
that are connected to a SERCOS loop. Proper synchronization is
monitored. This error is generated if the average deviation exceeds 7 µs.
Remedial action:
Replace drive controller
F276 Absolute encoder error > P-0-0097
The current actual position is saved when a drive controller with an
absolute encoder motor (multi-turn) is switched off. When it is switched
back on, the position that is determined by the absolute encoder
evaluation is compared with the stored value. This error is generated if
the deviation exceeds the programmed value of P-0-0097, Monitoring
Window abs. Encoder.
Cause:
1.
First-time activation after the motor has been replaced, for
example (saved position is invalid).
2.
The axis is moved in de-activated state by more than the
distance that has been selected in P-0-0097, Monitoring
Window abs. Encoder.
3.
Incorrect position initialization.
Remedial action:
Ref. 1. Clear the error (establish the reference dimension)
Ref. 2. The axis is moved while it was switched off, and is outside its
valid position.
Check whether a new motion command will lead to a damage.
Clear the error afterwards.
Ref. 3. Hazard by unwanted axis movements.
Check the reference dimension. There is a feedback defect if the
reference dimension is incorrect. Replace the feedback
(complete motor in the case of an absolute motor encoder with
MDD or MKD motor).
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F401 Double MST Error Shutdown
The drive has not received the master synchronization message frame in
two consecutive SERCOS cycles.
Cause:
1.
Malfunction in the fiber optics cable
2.
Excessive damping of the light signals
3.
(General) malfunction in the SERCOS interface
4.
Master failed
Remedial action:
Ref. 1. Check all fiber optics connections in the SERCOS loop.
Ref. 2. Measure the damping in the fiber optics cables.
The maximum damping between TX and RX may not fall
below 12,5 dB.
Ref. 3. Replace the SERCOS interface module in the drive.
Ref. 4. Check the master if all slaves have stopped.
F402 Double MDT Error Shutdown
The drive has not received the master data message frame (MDT) in two
consecutive SERCOS cycles.
Cause:
1.
Malfunction in the fiber optics cable
2.
Excessive damping of the light signals
3.
(General) malfunction in the SERCOS interface
4.
Failure of the complete bus
Remedial action:
Ref. 1. Check all fiber optics connections in the SERCOS loop
Ref. 2. Measure the damping in the fiber optics cables.
The maximum damping between TX and RX may not fall
below 12,5 dB.
Ref. 3. Replace the SERCOS interface module in the drive
Ref. 4. Check the master
F403 Invalid Communication Phase Shutdown
The SERCOS master module has specified an illegal communication
phase (phase > 4).
Cause: Error in the controller’s SERCOS master module.
Remedial action: Contact the controller manufacturer.
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F404 Error during Phase Progression
Phase progression did not follow the required sequence.
Cause: Error in the controller’s SERCOS master module
Remedial action: Contact the controller manufacturer
F405 Error during Phase Regression
Regression from a communication phase did not lead to phase 0.
Cause:
Error in the controller’s SERCOS master module
Remedial action:
Contact the controller manufacturer
F406 Phase Switching Without Ready Signal
The SERCOS master has made an attempt to change phases without
waiting for the ready message from the drive.
Cause:
Error in the controller’s SERCOS master module
Remedial action:
Contact the controller manufacturer
F629 Positive Travel Limit Value is Exceeded
The drive has been provided with a command value that leads to an axis
position outside the positive travel range. The axis has been stopped and
the error reaction "set velocity command value to zero" issued. Bit 2 of P0-0090, Travel limit parameter has been set to "Exceeding the travel
limit is an error", or a drive control command has been started while the
axis limit value is exceeded (e.g. drive-controlled homing).
Cause:
S-0-0049, Positive position limit value is exceeded.
Remedial action:
2-10
Error Diagnostic Messages
1.
Check S-0-0049, Positive position limit value
2.
Check the controller software limits
3.
Activate the axis after the error reaction
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Procedure:
• Clear the error
• Activate power if it has been de-activated
• Move the axis to the permissible working range
Note: Only command values that lead back into the permissible
working range will be accepted. Any other command value will
stop the drive again.
F630 Negative Travel Limit Value is Exceeded
The drive has been provided with a command value that leads to an axis
position outside the negative travel range. The axis has been stopped
and the error reaction "set velocity command value to zero" issued. Bit 2
of P-0-0090, Travel limit parameter has been set to "Exceeding the
travel limit is an error", or a drive control command has been started
while the axis limit value is exceeded (e.g. drive-controlled homing).
Cause:
S-0-0050, Negative position limit value is exceeded.
Remedial action:
1.
Check S-0-0050, Negative position limit value
2.
Check the controller software limits
3.
Activate the axis after the error reaction
Procedure:
• Clear the error
• Activate power if it has been de-activated
• Move the axis to the permissible working range
Note: Only command values that lead back into the permissible
working range will be accepted. Any other command value will
stop the drive again.
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F643 Positive Travel Limit Switch Detected
The positive travel limit switch has been actuated. The axis has been
stopped with the error reaction "set velocity command value to zero". Bit
2 of P-0-0090, Travel limit parameter has been set to "Exceeding the
travel limit is an error", or a drive control command has been started
while the axis limit value is exceeded (e.g. drive-controlled homing).
Cause:
The positive travel limit switch has been actuated.
Remedial action:
1.
Reset the error
2.
Activate the power supply
3.
Move the axis into the permissible working range
Note: The drive will not accept any command values that lead further
away from the permissible range. Specifying such a command
will again result in this error.
F644 Negative Travel Limit Switch Detected
The negative travel limit switch has been actuated. The axis has been
stopped with the error reaction "set velocity command value to zero". Bit
2 of P-0-0090, Travel limit parameter has been set to "Exceeding the
travel limit is considered as an error", or a drive control command has
been started while the axis limit value is exceeded (e.g. drive-controlled
homing).
Cause:
The negative travel limit switch has been actuated.
Remedial action:
1.
Reset the error
2.
Activate the power supply
3.
Move the axis into the permissible working range
Note: The drive will not accept any command values that lead further
away from the permissible range. Specifying such a command
will again result in this error.
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F822 Motor Encoder Failure: Signals too Small
The amplitudes of the sine and cosine signals from the motor encoder
are monitored.
Note: The error cannot be cleared in communication phase 4.
Transition to communication phase 2 is necessary before the
error can be cleared.
Remedial action:
• Check the cables .
• The signal cables must be laid separately from the motor power
cables. The screen must be connected at the drive controller (see
Configuration Instructions of the drive controller).
• Check the measuring system. Replace it if necessary.
F860 Overcurrent: Short in Power Stage
The current in the power transistor bridge has exceeded twice the value
of the device peak current. The torque of the drive is released at once,
and an optional blocking brake is applied immediately.
Cause:
1.
Short-circuit in the motor cable
2.
Defect in the drive controller’s power stage
Remedial action:
Ref. 1. Check the motor cable for a short-circuit.
Ref. 2. Replace the drive controller
F870 + 24 Volt Error
The drive controller has detected an error in the +24-V supply.
Note: The error cannot be cleared. The unit must be switched off.
Cause:
1.
Short-circuit in the emergency stop circuit
2.
24-V supply is below the minimum value
Remedial action:
Ref. 1. Check the emergency stop circuit for short-circuit condition
Ref. 2. Check the power supply unit. Replace it if necessary.
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F873 Power supply drive stage fault
Description:
The power supply of the drive stages is monitored. The drive is switched
off if the voltage is too low.
Cause:
1.
The power supply voltage of the driver stages is too low.
Remedial action:
Ref. 1. Replace the control unit.
F878 Velocity Loop Error
If, with an active speed control loop, the difference between speed
command value and feedback value is greater than 10% of the maximum
motor speed, the speed feedback value must change in the direction of
the command value. This error is generated if an approach to the
command value cannot be detected for more than 20 ms and if the
effective torque/force command value is within the limit (= P-0-4046,
Active peak current).
Cause:
1.
Wrong connection of motor cable
2.
Power section of drive controller is defective
3.
Feedback is defective
4.
Incorrect setting of speed controller parameter value
5.
Acceleration or deceleration ramp is too steep
Remedial action:
Ref. 1. Check the motor cable connection
Ref. 2. Replace the drive controller
Ref. 3. Replace the motor
Ref. 4. Check the speed controller according to the application
description (see Chapter "Speed controller")
Ref. 5. Reduce the maximum acceleration in the controller
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F879, Crossing Velocity Limit (S-0-0091) Value
In torque control mode, the actual velocity is monitored. This error is
generated if the velocity that has been programmed in the parameter S0-0091, Bipolar Velocity Limit Value is exceeded (1.125-fold value,
minimum 100 rpm).
Cause:
The command torque is higher than the load torque. This causes the
actual velocity to be increased up to the maximum possible motor speed.
Remedial action:
Assign the correct torque command value for the required task. Reduce
the parameter S-0-0092, Bipolar Torque/Force Limit Value.
F895 4 kHz Fault
Description:
The 4-kHz signal that is used for producing the resolver signals is
synchronized with software processing. This error message is generated
in the case of a synchronization error.
Cause:
1.
Incorrect synchronization of resolver excitation voltage and
software
2.
The error could be caused by an electrostatic discharge.
Remedial action:
Ref. 1. Replace the drive controller and return it to the factory for
inspection
Ref. 2 Cycle the power to all units off and back on. If this does not lead
to a positive result: Replace the drive controller and return it to
the factory for inspection
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Notes
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3
Warning Diagnostic Messages
E249 Positioning vel. (S-0-0259) greater S-0-0091
Cause:
For "drive-internal interpolation" mode, a velocity is specified in the
parameter S-0-0259, Positioning velocity that is used for approaching
the specified target position.
The message E249 is generated if that velocity is higher than the
permissible maximum value S-0-0091, Bipolar Velocity Limit Value.
The message bit 4 in S-0-0013, Class 3 Diagnostics is set at the same
time.
Remedial action:
Reduce S-0-0259, Positioning velocity
E250 Drive Overtemperature Warning
The temperature of the heat sinks in the drive controller has reached the
maximum permissible value. The drive follows the command value
specification for a period of 30 seconds. Thus, the axis can be stopped
via the controller in a process-related manner (e.g. terminating
machining, exiting interference zone, etc.). After these 30 seconds, the
drive performs the reaction that has been specified in the parameter P-00119, Deceleration as best as possible.
Cause:
1.
Failure of the inbuilt fan
2.
Failure of the cabinet air conditioning
3.
Incorrect switchgear cabinet dimensioning with respect to heat
dissipation
Remedial action:
Ref. 1. Replace the drive controller in the event of a fan failure.
Ref. 2 Establish the function of the cabinet air conditioning system.
Ref. 3 Check switchgear cabinet dimensioning.
E251 Motor Overtemperature Warning
The motor temperature has risen beyond the maximum permissible
value. The drive follows the command value specification for a period of
30 seconds. Thus, the axis can be stopped via the controller in a
process-related manner (e.g. terminating machining, exiting interference
zone, etc.). After these 30 seconds, the drive performs the reaction that
has been specified in the parameter P-0-0119, Deceleration as best as
possible.
Cause:
Motor overload.
The effective torque requested from the motor has exceeded the
permissible standstill continuous torque value for too long a time.
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Remedial action:
Verify motor rating. Check whether the drive conditions of a system that
has been used for a long time have changed in the meantime (pollution,
friction, moved masses, etc.).
E252 Bleeder Overtemperature Warning
Description: (see Cause:)
Cause:
The energy recovered from the motor loads the brake resistance in the
DKC to approximately 90%. The bleeder overtemperature warning
indicates that a bleeder overload must be expected if the recovered
energy continues rising.
Remedial action:
Reduce the acceleration values and/or the velocity, and check drive
rating.
E253 Target position out of travel zone
Cause:
For "drive-internal interpolation" mode, the system checks whether the
specified S-0-0258, Target Position is inside the possible travel range of
the drive. This is defined by the two parameters S-0-0049, Positive
position limit value and S-0-0050, Negative position limit value.
The message E253 is generated and the warning bit 13 in S-0-0012,
Class 2 Diagnostics set if the target position is outside the travel range.
Remedial action:
Check the specified S-0-0258, Target Position, and correct it if
necessary.
E254 Not Homed
Description:
If "absolute position blocks" are selected in "block-controlled mode", the
drive must be homed. An absolute position cannot be approached if this
is not the case. The drive rejects the positioning block and stops. This
warning is issued.
Cause:
An absolute positioning block has been selected without the drive being
homed.
Remedial action:
3-2
Warning Diagnostic Messages
1.
Home the drive
2.
Select a "relative positioning block"
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E255 Feedrate Override(S-0-0108) = 0
The parameter S-0-0108, Feedrate override permits the travel velocity
of drive-controlled motion commands to be modified.
This warning is output if the parameter is 0. The drive cannot follow
pending command values in this case.
Cause:
1.
The feedrate potentiometer of the connected controller is set to
zero or is incorrectly be interpreted.
2.
The parameter has been set to an incorrect value.
Remedial action:
Ref. 1. Check the feedrate potentiometer
Ref. 2 Set the parameter to the value that is correct for the application.
E256 Torque Limit = 0
Cause:
1.
Protection against mechanical overload can be provided by
limiting the maximum torque through the parameter S-0-0092,
Bipolar Torque/Force Limit Value. If the current value of that
parameter is zero, the motor does not develop a torque and does
not follow the specified command values.
Remedial action:
Ref. 1. Set the torque limit to a value that is greater than zero.
E257 Continuous Current Limiting Active
The thermal load of the drive controller is monitored. If the drive is
requested to provide a command current profile that represents too high
a loading on the power transistors (excessive temperature of the power
output stage), the drive responds with dynamically reducing the effective
peak current, and outputs this warning. The parameter P-0-4046, Active
peak current is reduced.
Cause: Overload of the drive controller.
Remedial action:
1.
Check the amplifier rating.
2.
Reduce the acceleration.
Check whether the drive conditions of a system that has been
used for a long time have changed in the meantime (pollution,
friction, moved masses, etc.).
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E259 Command velocity limitation active
In position control and velocity control mode, the effective velocity
command value is limited to the value in parameter S-0-0091, Bipolar
Velocity Limit Value. This warning is output if the resulting velocity
command value reaches this limit.
Cause:
The value of parameter S-0-0091, Bipolar Velocity Limit Value is too
low.
Remedial action:
In normal operation, the parameter S-0-0091, Bipolar Velocity Limit
Value should be set to a value that is 10% higher than the NC working
speed.
E410 Slave not scanned or address 0
Each slave that shall participate in the further phase startup process
must be addressed by the SERCOS master during initialization of the
SERCOS loop in communication phase 1. Each slave that has not been
addressed or for which drive address "0" has been selected issues a
warning E410. Communicating with these slaves at higher
communication phases is not possible. They merely work in repeater
mode.
Cause:
Slave has not been scanned in phase 1, or address "0" has been
selected.
Remedial action:
• Select the correct slave address
• Check the SERCOS master configuration
E825 Overvoltage in the Power Stage
Cause:
1.
The energy recovered by the mechanical machine system via the
motor has momentarily risen to a level that the bleeder could not
completely convert into heat. Consequently, the DC bus voltage
has exceeded the permissible maximum limit. This has deactivated the motor torque. The controller is re-activated when
the DC bus voltage falls below the permissible maximum value.
2.
DC bus voltage is too high.
Remedial action:
Ref. 1. Reduce the acceleration values and check the drive rating. If
necessary, use an additional bleeder.
Ref. 2 Check the mains power supply.
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Warning Diagnostic Messages
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E829 Positive Position Limit Value Exceeded
The drive has received a command value that has led to an axis position
outside the positive travel range. The axis is stopped by setting the
velocity command value to zero. A class 1 diagnostics error is not
generated. The drive automatically follows command values that lead
back to the valid range. Bit 2 of S-0-0090, Command Value Transmit
Time (TMTSG) has been set to "Exceeding the travel limit is considered
as a warning".
Cause:
S-0-0049, Positive position limit value exceeded.
Remedial action:
Specify command values that lead back to the valid range.
E830 Negative Position Limit Value Exceeded
The drive has received a command value that has led to an axis position
outside the negative travel range. The axis is stopped by setting the
velocity command value to zero. A class 1 diagnostics error is not
generated. The drive automatically follows command values that lead
back to the valid range. Bit 2 of S-0-0090, Command Value Transmit
Time (TMTSG) has been set to "Exceeding the travel limit is considered
as a warning".
Cause:
S-0-0050, Negative position limit value exceeded.
Remedial action:
Specify command values that lead back to the valid range.
E843 Positive Travel Zone Limit Switch Activated
The drive has received a command value that has led to an axis position
outside the positive travel range. The axis is stopped by setting the
velocity command value to zero. A class 1 diagnostics error is not
generated. The drive automatically follows command values that lead
back to the valid range. Bit 2 of S-0-0090, Command Value Transmit
Time (TMTSG) has been set to "Exceeding the travel limit is considered
as a warning".
Cause:
The positive travel zone limit switch has been actuated.
Remedial action:
Specify command values that lead back to the valid range.
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E844 Negative Travel Zone Limit Switch Activated
The drive has received a command value that has led to an axis position
outside the negative travel range. The axis is stopped by setting the
velocity command value to zero. A class 1 diagnostics error is not
generated. The drive automatically follows command values that lead
back to the valid range. Bit 2 of S-0-0090, Command Value Transmit
Time (TMTSG) has been set to "Exceeding the travel limit is considered
as a warning".
Cause:
The negative travel zone limit switch has been actuated.
Remedial action:
Specify command values that lead back to the valid range.
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Command Diagnostic Messages
C100 Communication phase 3 transition check
The command S-0-0127 C1 Communication phase 3 transition check
has been activated.
C101 Invalid Communication Parameter (S-0-0021)
Cause:
Communication parameters that are required for drive operation in
communication phase 3 are invalid.
Remedial action:
The invalid parameters are stored in the parameter S-0-0021, IDN List
of Invalid Op. Data for Comm. Ph. 2. Write to the invalid parameters to
make them valid.
C102 Limit Error Communication Parameter (S-0-0021)
Cause:
The value of a parameter that is required for drive operation in
communication phase 3 is outside its minimum/maximum input value
limits.
Remedial action:
The invalid parameters are stored in the parameter S-0-0021, IDN List
of Invalid Op. Data for Comm. Ph. 2.
Write values to those parameters that are inside the limits.
C104 Config. IDN for MDT not configurable
Cause:
Message frame type 7 has been selected in parameter S-0-0015,
Telegram Type Parameter. S-0-0024, Config. List of the Master Data
Telegram contains parameters that are not contained in S-0-0188, List
of configurable data in the MDT.
Remedial action:
Either select a preferred message frame (message frame type = 0...6),
or enter parameters in S-0-0024, Config. List of the Master Data
Telegram that are also contained in S-0-0188, List of configurable
data in the MDT.
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C105 Configured Length > Max. Length for MDT
Cause:
Message frame type 7 has been selected in the parameter S-0-0015,
Telegram Type Parameter. The length of the configured data record in
the MDT (that is defined through S-0-0024, Config. List of the Master
Data Telegram) exceeds the maximum permissible value of S-0-0186,
Length of the config. data record in the MDT.
Remedial action:
Either select a preferred message frame in S-0-0015, Telegram Type
Parameter (message frame type = 0...6) or reduce the number of
configured parameters in the MDT.
C106 N for AT not configurable
Cause:
Message frame type 7 has been selected in parameter S-0-0015,
Telegram Type Parameter. Parameters have been entered in S-0-0016,
Custom Amplifier Telegram Configuration List that are not entered in
S-0-0187, List of Configurable Data in the AT.
Remedial action:
Either select preferred message frame in the parameter S-0-0015,
Telegram Type Parameter (message frame type = 0...6), or enter
parameters in S-0-0016, Custom Amplifier Telegram Configuration
List that are contained in S-0-0187, List of Configurable Data in the
AT.
C107 Configured Length > Max. Length for AT
Cause:
Message frame type 7 has been selected in the parameter S-0-0015,
Telegram Type Parameter. The length of the configured data record in
the AT (that is defined through S-0-0016, Custom Amplifier Telegram
Configuration List) exceeds the maximum permissible value of S-00187, Length of the config. data record in the AT.
Remedial action:
Either select a preferred message frame in S-0-0015, Telegram Type
Parameter (message frame type = 0...6) or reduce the number of
configured parameters in the AT ( S-0-0016 ).
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Command Diagnostic Messages
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C108 Time Slot Parameter > SERCOS Cycle Time
Cause:
One of the time slot parameters
Ÿ S-0-0006, AT Transmission Starting Time (T1)
Ÿ S-0-0089, MDT Transmit Starting Time (T2)
Ÿ S-0-0007, Feedback Acquisition Starting Time (T4)
Ÿ S-0-0008, Command Valid Time (T3)
exceeds S-0-0002, SERCOS Cycle Time TScyc
Remedial action:
Correct the corresponding parameter(s). The definition of these times is
within the responsibility of the controller manufacturer and is specified by
the SERCOS interface.
C109 Position of Data Record in MDT (S-0-0009) even
Cause:
The parameter S-0-0009, Beginning Address in Master Data
Telegram contains an even value. This is illegal.
Remedial action:
The parameter S-0-0009, Beginning Address in Master Data
Telegram must be set to an odd number. The definition of this parameter
is within the responsibility of the controller manufacturer and is specified
by the SERCOS interface.
C110 Length of MDT (S-0-0010) odd
Cause:
The parameter S-0-0010, Length of Master Data Telegram contains an
odd value. This is illegal.
Remedial action:
The parameter S-0-0010, Length of Master Data Telegram must be set
to an even number. The definition of this parameter is within the
responsibility of the controller manufacturer and is specified by the
SERCOS interface.
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C111 ID9 + Record Length - 1 > Length MDT (S-0-0010)
Cause:
The parameters S-0-0009, Beginning Address in Master Data
Telegram and S-0-0010, Length of Master Data Telegram have been
set to incorrect values. The length of the data record in the MDT for the
drive plus the start address in the MDT exceed the total MDT length.
Remedial action:
Correct the parameter values of S-0-0009, Beginning Address in
Master Data Telegram and S-0-0010, Length of Master Data
Telegram. The definition of this parameter is within the responsibility of
the controller manufacturer and is specified by the SERCOS interface.
C112 TNcyc (S-0-0001) or TScyc (S-0-0002) Error
Cause:
Only integer multiples of 1 ms are permitted for S-0-0001, NC Cycle
Time and S-0-0002, SERCOS Cycle Time. A different value has been
used here.
Remedial action:
Correct S-0-0001, NC Cycle Time and S-0-0002, SERCOS Cycle Time.
The definition of these parameters is within the responsibility of the
controller manufacturer and is specified by the SERCOS interface.
C113 Relation TNcyc (S-0-0001) to TScyc (S-0-0002) Error
Cause:
The value of S-0-0001, NC Cycle Time can only be equal to or a multiple
of S-0-0002, SERCOS Cycle Time TScyc. A different value has been
used here.
Remedial action:
Correct S-0-0001, NC Cycle Time and S-0-0002, SERCOS Cycle Time.
The definition of these parameters is within the responsibility of the
controller manufacturer and is specified by the SERCOS interface.
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Command Diagnostic Messages
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C114 T4 > TScyc (S-0-0002) - T4min (S-0-0005)
Cause:
The maximum value permitted for S-0-0007, Feedback Acquisition
Starting Time (T4) is:
S-0-0002, SERCOS Cycle Time - S-0-0005, Minimum
Feedback Acquisition Time (T4min)
The value of S-0-0007, Feedback Acquisition Starting Time (T4) is
incorrect.
Remedial action:
Correct S-0-0007, Feedback Acquisition Starting Time (T4). The
definition of this parameter is within the responsibility of the controller
manufacturer and is specified by the SERCOS interface.
C115 T2 too small
Cause:
The selected value of S-0-0089, MDT Transmit Starting Time (T2) is
incorrect. The drive cannot work with the value.
Remedial action:
Correct S-0-0089, MDT Transmit Starting Time (T2).
The definition of this parameter is within the responsibility of the
controller manufacturer and is specified by the SERCOS interface.
C200 Communication phase 4 transition check
Meaning:
The command S-0-0128, C2 Communication phase 4 transition
check has been activated.
C201 Invalid Parameter (-> S-0-0022)
Cause:
Communication parameters that are required for drive operation in
communication phase 4 are invalid. The invalid parameters are stored in
S-0-0022, IDN List of Invalid Op. Data for Comm. Ph. 3.
Remedial action:
Write to the invalid parameters of S-0-0022, IDN List of Invalid Op.
Data for Comm. Ph. 3 to make them valid.
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C202 Limit Error Parameter (->S-0-0022)
Cause:
The value of a parameter that is required for drive operation in
communication phase 4 is outside its minimum/maximum input value
limits, or the entered value cannot be processed (with bit strings). The
incorrect parameters are listed in S-0-0022, IDN List of Invalid Op. Data
for Comm. Ph. 3.
Remedial action:
Write valid values to the parameters that are listed in S-0-0022, IDN List
of Invalid Op. Data for Comm. Ph. 3.
C203 Parameter Calculation Error (->S-0-0022)
Cause:
Parameters that are required for phase 4 operation cannot be processed
in their present form. The incorrect parameters are listed in S-0-0022,
IDN List of Invalid Op. Data for Comm. Ph. 3.
Remedial action:
Write correct values to the parameters that are listed in S-0-0022, IDN
List of Invalid Op. Data for Comm. Ph. 3.
C207
Load Error LCA
Cause: Unit is defective.
Remedial action:
1.
Switch the unit off and back on. If this proves unsuccessful:
2. Replace the unit.
C210 External Feedback Required (-> S-0-0022)
Cause:
The values that have been entered in the parameters S-0-0147, Homing
Parameter or in the mode parameters S-0-0032..35 require an external
encoder. The parameter P-0-0075, Interface Feedback 2, however, has
been set to "0" (no external interface available).
Remedial action:
Change S-0-0147, Homing Parameter or mode parameters S-00032..35 to using a motor encoder instead of an external encoder.
To activate the external measuring system, set P-0-0075, Interface
Feedback 2 to a value that is different from "0".
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C211 Invalid Feedback Data (-> S-0-0022)
The motor feedback of an MDD or MKD motor contains a data storage
unit. An attempt has been made of reading the parameters that are
stored there. An error has occurred in this process.
Cause:
1.
2.
3.
Defective motor feedback cable
Defective motor feedback
Defective drive controller
Remedial action:
Ref. 1. Check the motor feedback cable
Ref. 2. Replace the motor
Ref. 3. Replace the amplifier
C212 Invalid amplifier data (-> S-0-0022)
During drive initialization, the operating software fetches data from an
EEPROM in the drive controller. The error message is generated if that
access fails.
Cause:
Hardware defect in the drive controller.
Remedial action:
Replace the drive controller
C213 Position data scaling error
Cause:
The position data scaling parameters permit the position data display
format to be selected. The drive-internal format of the position data
depends on the employed motor encoder and the encoder resolution.
The factor for converting the position data from drive-internal format to
display format or vice versa is outside the range that can be processed,
since either
• rotary motor and linear position scaling with motor reference, or
• the determined factor for the conversion of the position data from
drive-internal format to display format or vice versa
cannot be represented.
Remedial action:
Check and correct the relevant parameters, such as:
Ÿ S-0-0076, Position Data Scaling Type
Ÿ S-0-0077, Linear Position Data Scaling Factor
Ÿ S-0-0078, Linear Position Data Scaling Exponent
Ÿ S-0-0079, Rotational position resolution
Ÿ S-0-0116, Resolution of rotational feedback 1
Ÿ S-0-0121, Input revolutions of load gear
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Ÿ S-0-0122, Output revolutions of load gear
Ÿ S-0-0123, Feed constant
Ÿ S-0-0277, Position feedback 1 type parameter 1
C214 Velocity data scaling error
Cause:
The velocity data scaling parameters permit the velocity data display
format to be selected. The drive-internal format of the velocity data
depends on the employed motor encoder and the encoder resolution.
The factor for converting the velocity data from drive-internal format to
display format or vice versa is outside the range that can be processed.
Remedial action:
Check and correct the relevant parameters, such as:
Ÿ S-0-0044, Velocity data scaling type
Ÿ S-0-0045, Velocity data scaling factor
Ÿ S-0-0046, Velocity data scaling exponent
Ÿ S-0-0116, Resolution of rotational feedback 1
Ÿ S-0-0121, Input revolutions of load gear
Ÿ S-0-0122, Output revolutions of load gear
Ÿ S-0-0123, Feed constant
Ÿ S-0-0277, Position feedback 1 type parameter 1
C215 Acceleration data scaling error
Cause:
The acceleration data scaling parameters permit the acceleration data
display format to be selected. The drive-internal format of the
acceleration data depends on the employed motor encoder and the
encoder resolution. The factor for converting the acceleration data from
drive-internal format to display format or vice versa is outside the range
that can be processed.
Remedial action:
Check and correct the relevant parameters, such as:
Ÿ S-0-0160, Acceleration data scaling type
Ÿ S-0-0161, Acceleration data scaling factor
Ÿ S-0-0162, Acceleration data scaling exponent
Ÿ S-0-0116, Resolution of rotational feedback 1
Ÿ S-0-0121, Input revolutions of load gear
Ÿ S-0-0122, Output revolutions of load gear
Ÿ S-0-0123, Feed constant
Ÿ S-0-0277, Position feedback 1 type parameter 1
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C216 Torque/force data scaling error
Cause:
The torque/force data scaling parameters permit the torque/force data
display format to be selected. The drive-internal format of the
torque/force data depends on the employed motor encoder and the
encoder resolution. The factor for converting the torque/force data from
drive-internal format to display format or vice versa is outside the range
that can be processed.
Remedial action:
Check and correct the relevant parameters, such as:
Ÿ S-0-0086, Torque/Force data scaling type
Ÿ S-0-0093, Torque/force data scaling factor
Ÿ S-0-0094, Torque/Force data scaling exponent
Ÿ S-0-0110, Amplifier Peak Current
Ÿ S-0-0111, Motor Current at Standstill
C217 Motor feedback data reading error
Encoder resolution and feedback type are read from the motor’s
feedback storage. An error has occurred during the read process.
Cause:
1.
Defective motor feedback cable
2.
Defective motor feedback
Remedial action:
Ref. 1. Check the motor feedback cable
Ref. 2. Replace the motor
C218 External feedback data reading error
An error has occurred during initialization with the external encoder.
Cause:
1.
Defective motor feedback cable
2.
Defective motor feedback
Remedial action:
Ref. 1. Check the motor feedback cable
Ref. 2. Replace the motor
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C220 Mot. Feedback Initialization Error
Certain checks are performed during initialization with the motor encoder.
A fault has been detected during these checks. Possible faults include:
• Error in reading the angle correction data
• Error in copying the angle correction data
• Fault in communicating with the encoder
• Fault in assembling the position of an initialization track
• Fault in reading the analog signals of an initialization track
• Incorrect pointer length of the analog signals of an initialization track
• Invalid offset between high- and low-resolution track
• Fault in the measuring system’s microcontroller
Cause:
1.
Defective motor feedback cable
2.
Defective motor feedback
3.
Defective measuring system interface
Remedial action:
Ref. 1. Check the motor feedback cable
Ref. 2. Replace the motor
Ref. 3. Replace the measuring system interface (module)
C221 Ext. Feedback Initializing Error
Certain checks are performed during initialization with the motor encoder.
A fault has been detected during these checks. Possible faults include:
• Error in reading the angle correction data
• Error in copying the angle correction data
• Fault in communicating with the encoder
• Fault in assembling the position of an initialization track
• Fault in reading the analog signals of an initialization track
• Incorrect pointer length of the analog signals of an initialization track
• Invalid offset between high- and low-resolution track
• Fault in the measuring system’s microcontroller
Cause:
1.
Defective cable of external feedback
2.
Defective feedback
3.
Defective measuring system interface
Remedial action:
Ref. 1. Check the cable to external feedback
Ref. 2. Replace the feedback
Ref. 3. Replace the measuring system interface (module)
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C227 Modulo range error
See functional description of "Modulo processing boundary conditions"
C300 Set absolute measuring
The command P-0-0012, Command ’Set Absolute Measurement’ has
been activated via the employed controller.
C301 Setting Absolute Measuring Not Allowed, Drive Enable
Cause:
The command "C300 Set absolute measuring emulator" has been
started while the controller enable signal was active.
Remedial action:
Terminate the command and de-activate the controller enable signal.
C302 Absolute Measuring System Not Installed
The command P-0-0012, Command ’Set Absolute Measurement’ has
been started without an absolute measuring system being available.
The command can only be executed if an absolute measuring system
exists.
Cause:
1.
The command has incorrectly been activated.
2.
The connected motor or the external measuring system are not
designed as absolute encoders.
Remedial action:
Ref. 1. Prevent command execution.
Ref. 2. Equip motor or external measuring system with absolute encoder
functions.
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C500 Reset class 1 diagnostic
S-0-0099, Reset class 1 diagnostic, the command for clearing errors,
has been activated via the employed controller.
C600 Drive-controlled homing procedure command
The command S-0-0148, C6 Drive controlled homing procedure has
been activated via the employed controller.
C601 Homing Not Possible If Drive Is Not Enabled
Cause:
The command was started without the controller enabling signal being
activated. This is not permitted.
Remedial action:
1.
Switch on the power supply
2.
Switch on the controller enabling signal
3.
Start the command again
C602 Distance homing switch - reference mark erroneous
Cause:
Evaluation of the zero switch has been activated. The distance between
the positive zero switch edge and the reference marker that is to be
evaluated is outside the permissible range.
Remedial action:
Enter the value from the parameter S-0-0298, Reference Cam shift by...
in the parameter S-0-0299, Home switch offset.
C603 Homing Not Permitted In This Operating Mode
Cause:
The homing command cannot be executed if the drive is used in torque
control or in speed control mode.
Remedial action:
Clear the homing command
Select a different mode
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C604 Homing of absolute encoder not possible
The command S-0-0148, C6 Drive controlled homing procedure has
been started. The encoder selection in S-0-0147, Homing Parameter
has selected an absolute measuring system. The command can only be
executed if the command P-0-0012, Command ’Set Absolute
Measurement’ has been activated beforehand.
Remedial action:
Execute the command P-0-0012, Command ’Set Absolute
Measurement’ before you start the command S-0-0148, C6 Drive
controlled homing procedure. This action establishes the absolute
dimension reference.
C605, Homing velocity too great
Cause:
Unequivocal allocation of a reference marker to a zero switch is not
possible at a high velocity since the zero switch is only evaluated every
2 ms.
Remedial action:
Reduce the value of S-0-0041, Homing velocity.
C700 Basic load
With motors of the MDD and MKD series, the mechanical system of the
machine is adapted to the digital drive by activating the speed controller
parameters that are stored in the motor feedback. The drive controller
employs the C7 message to indicate that the command C700 initial
program loading has been activated via the command S-0-0262,
Command Basic Load.
Cause:
The command C700 initial program loading has been activated.
C800 Command Base-Parameter load
Description:
Pressing the S1 button on the drive controller when the display shows
"PL" or starting P-0-4094, Command Parameter Default Set clears all
parameters and sets them to a default value that is stored in the
software.
The motion blocks will be lost, too.
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D400 Positive stop drive procedure command
When the command "travel to dead stop" is activated, all controller
monitoring functions are de-activated that would cause a class 1
diagnostics message to be issued when the drive is blocked by a dead
stop.
Cause:
The command D400 Positive stop drive procedure command has
been activated.
D401 ZKL1 Error at Command Start
Cause:
A class 1 diagnostics error has been detected when the command "travel
to dead stop" was activated. The command could therefore not be
executed.
Remedial action:
Eliminate the cause of the reported error. Clear the error and start the
command again.
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5
Status Diagnostic Messages
A000 Communication Phase 0
The communication structure is subdivided into four different
communication phases: The phases 0 and 1 are used for identifying the
devices.
Initialization is performed in ascending order. The controller specifies the
communication phase.
An interruption in the phase progression is shown by the status display
being stopped at the attained communication phase.
If diagnosis A000 Communication Phase 0 is active, the drive is in
phase 0 and waits for the controller to trigger the transition from phase 0
to phase 1.
A001 Communication Phase 1
The communication structure is subdivided into four different
communication phases: The phases 0 and 1 are used for identifying the
devices.
Initialization is performed in ascending order. The controller specifies the
communication phase.
An interruption in the phase progression is shown by the status display
being stopped at the attained communication phase.
If diagnosis A001 Communication Phase 1 is active, the drive is in
phase 1 and the controller has not yet activated the transition from phase
1 to phase 2.
A002 Communication Phase 2
The communication structure is subdivided into four different
communication phases: Time and data structure of the protocols for
communication phases 3 and 4 are prepared in phase 2.
Initialization is performed in ascending order. The controller specifies the
communication phase.
An interruption in the phase progression is shown by the status display
being stopped at the attained communication phase.
Before the controller transitions to communication phase 3, the
command S-0-0127 C1 Communication phase 3 transition check
must be started. Transition to communication phase 3 is not possible if
the command is negatively acknowledged. The problems diagnosed by
the drive must first be eliminated.
Note:
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Status Diagnostic Messages
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A003 Communication Phase 3
The communication structure is subdivided into four different
communication phases. Initialization is performed in ascending order.
The controller specifies the communication phase. Transition to
communication phase 4 completes initialization and permits power to be
enabled.
An interruption in the phase progression is shown by the status display
being stopped at the attained communication phase. The drive is in
phase 3 if the diagnosis A003 Communication phase 3 is active.
Before the controller transitions to communication phase 4 (operating
mode), the command S-0-0128, C2 Communication phase 4 transition
check must be started. Transition to communication phase 4 is not
possible if the command is negatively acknowledged. The problems
diagnosed by the drive must first be eliminated.
Note:
The correctness of the parameters is not checked.
A010 Halt Drive
The "Drive stop" function has been activated. That function is used for
stopping an axis at a defined acceleration and a defined jerk.
Subsequently, the drive is electrically held.
The function is activated either by clearing the drive stop bit (bit 13) in the
master control word or by interrupting a drive control command (e.g.
drive-controlled homing).
A012 Control and Power Sections Ready for Operation
Control voltage is applied to the drive and the power supply has been
switched on. The drive is ready for power output.
A013 Ready for Power ON
Control voltage is applied to the drive; there is no fault in the drive. The
drive is ready for the power to be switched on. It does not supply a
torque. If it exists, the mechanical holding brake is applied.
A100 Drive in Torque Mode
The drive is in torque mode. It follows the torque command value
characteristic specified by the controller.
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A101 Drive in Velocity Mode
The drive is in velocity control mode. It follows the velocity command
value characteristic specified by the controller. The speed control loop is
closed in the controller.
A102 Position Mode Encoder 1
The drive is in position control mode. The position control loop is
closed in the drive via a position encoder. The controller only specifies
the position command value characteristic; the drive follows the
command value with a lag.
Encoder 1 means that the position encoder is attached to the motor
shaft (indirect measurement of the axis position).
A103 Position Mode Encoder 2
The drive is in position control mode. The position control loop is
closed in the drive via a position encoder. The controller only specifies
the position command value characteristic; the drive follows the
command value with a lag.
Encoder 2 means that the position encoder is attached to the machine
axis (direct measurement of the axis position).
A104 Position Mode Encoder 1 / lagless positioning
The drive is in position control mode. The position control loop is
closed in the drive via a position encoder. The controller only specifies
the position command value characteristic; the drive follows the
command value without a lag.
Encoder 1 means that the position encoder is attached to the motor
shaft (indirect measurement of the axis position).
A105 Position Mode Encoder 2 / lagless positioning
The drive is in position control mode. The position control loop is
closed in the drive via a position encoder. The controller only specifies
the position command value characteristic; the drive follows the
command value without a lag.
Encoder 2 means that the position encoder is attached to the machine
axis (direct measurement of the axis position).
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A106 Drive-Controlled Interpolation/Encoder 1
The controller provides the drive with a position control value that is
identical to the target position of the travel distance. The drive now
generates (interpolates) an internal position command value
characteristic that does not exceed the maximum values of jerk,
acceleration and velocity that have been defined by the controller.
The drive approaches the target position of the travel distance with a lag.
Encoder 1 means that the position encoder is attached to the motor
shaft (indirect measurement of the axis position).
A107 Drive-Controlled Interpolation/Encoder 2
The controller provides the drive with a position control value that is
identical to the target position of the travel distance. The drive now
generates (interpolates) an internal position command value
characteristic that does not exceed the maximum values of jerk,
acceleration and velocity that have been defined by the controller.
The drive approaches the target position of the travel distance with a lag.
Encoder 2 means that the position encoder is attached to the machine
axis (direct measurement of the axis position).
A108 Drive-Controlled Interpolation/Encoder 1/Lagless
The controller provides the drive with a position control value that is
identical to the target position of the travel distance. The drive now
generates (interpolates) an internal position command value
characteristic that does not exceed the maximum values of jerk,
acceleration and velocity that have been defined by the controller.
The drive approaches the target position of the travel distance without a
lag.
Encoder 1 means that the position encoder is attached to the motor
shaft (indirect measurement of the axis position).
A109 Drive-Controlled Interpolation/Encoder 2/Lagless
The controller provides the drive with a position control value that is
identical to the target position of the travel distance. The drive now
generates (interpolates) an internal position command value
characteristic that does not exceed the maximum values of jerk,
acceleration and velocity that have been defined by the controller.
The drive approaches the target position of the travel distance without a
lag (activate step control).
Encoder 2 means that the position encoder is attached to the machine
axis (direct measurement of the axis position).
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6
Exchanging Drive Components
No one wants to spending long hours searching for errors in individual
devices and repairing devices connected to the machinery. Such repair
activities always seems to result in loss of production.
These ECODRIVE diagnostic messages are therefore designed to
provide specific and effective help in locating the source of an error.
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.
When you return a defective device to the Indramat Service Center,
please include a completed copy of the problem report found at the end
of this chapter. This will ensure that you get the repaired drive
component back as soon as possible and/or you can receive further
assistance from INDRAMAT.
Note: The replacement component must have exactly the same code
description as the component that was removed! To ensure that
this is the case, let INDRAMAT know the code description for the
replacement component.
Position of the Identification Plates:
The identification plate for the DKC drive controller is found on the front
side of the casing. It contains all data related to this device.
The identification plate for MKD motors is on the right side of the motor
(when you are looking at the motor shaft with the motor connection box
on top).
Assembled cables are supplied with a label (cable mark) that carries the
cable number and the length of the assembled cable.
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ECODRIVE Drive Controller DKC02.1
Specifications for Model Label - Base Equipment
DKC _._ - _ _ _ _ - _
S.No.: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ A_ _ S _ _
Pre-Formed Engine Performance Cable
2)
INDRAMAT - Cable
IKS _ _ _
No.
Length:
1)
m
Pre-Formed Engine Feedback Cable
INDRAMAT - Cable
IKG _ _ _
2)
1)
No.
Length:
m
MKD _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ - _ _ _ _ _ _ / _ _ _ _
1. Pre-formed cables made by INDRAMAT (with connector) are identified with a
model label. The label provides the ordering information (IKS 103 for the
Feedback cable, for instance).
2. If cables are ordered without the connector, refer to the stamp on the cable
sheathing (Engine Feedback Cable IN 488, for instance).
AP5001F1.DRW
Fig. 6-1: Code description of the drive components
6.1
Procedure for Exchanging Devices
Danger of accident with life-threatening voltage
levels!
⇒ 1. 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 at a standstill, because motor
rotations cause voltage to be generated back through
motor cables.
⇒ 2. Do not unplug live connection.
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Exchange the DKC:
• Turn off the main switch.
• Ensure the drive will not be turned back on prematurely.
⇒ Before making contact with the connecting lines and
clamps, wait for the capacitor to discharge for at least
1 minute! Do not begin working with the connecting
cables until then!
• Detach the connecting lines from the DKC.
• Remove the screws from the upper and lower portions of the casing.
Remove the DKC from the drive package.
• Insert the new DKC and tighten the screws.
• Attach the new DKC according to the machine control plans.
• Load the parameter file from DriveTop which was saved during the
installation into the DKC.
• Power up the machine.
Motor Exchange:
• Turn off the main switch.
• Ensure the drive will not be turned back on prematurely.
Note: When the motor is exchanged, open connectors from power
connections should be covered with protective caps to protect
against the spread of coolant, lubricating fluid or dirt (adm.
protection level V2).
• When exchanging mechanisms from the AC servo motor, please
observe the directions from the machine manufacturer.
⇒ Danger of accident due to undesired axis motion. For
servo axis with indirect path measuring systems
through the motor, the absolute position will be lost
when the motor is exchanged!
This is why it is necessary to reconstruct the absolute
position to the machine coordinate system after the
exchange.
• Reconstruct the absolute position for servo axes. Acquire the position
feedback value indirectly through the motor’s own measurement
system.
• Reconstruct the absolute position for the position feedback value
output when the feature "Indirect absolute position feedback value
output" is used.
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ECODRIVE Drive Controller DKC02.1
Cable Exchange:
• Turn off the main switch.
• Ensure the drive will not be turned back on prematurely.
⇒ Danger of accident with life-threatening voltage
levels. Connect or disconnect the power connector
connections for the cables only if electrical power has
been turned off for the machine!
Note: When the cables are exchanged, open connectors from power
connections should be covered with protection caps to protect
against the spread of coolant, lubricating fluid or dirt (adm.
protection level V2).
V2
MKD
V2
Machine housing
V2
V2 V2
DKC
Switchboard wall
Immediate environment requirements
V2
Conductive contamination cannot occur when operating the
control drive (at least not with the IP 65); when installing or
exchanging drive components, non-conductive contamination
or light condensation may momentarily occur.
AP5002F1.DRW
Fig. 6-2: Contamination level according to DIN VDE 0160
• When exchanging cables, observe the machine manufacturer’s
directions.
⇒ Only connect the power connectors if they are dry
and clean.
Note: If you are not using assembled cables from INDRAMAT, check to
see if the new cables comply with the connection plan from the
machine manufacturer!
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Error Report
for
DKC and MKD digital AC servodrives
This error report helps clarify errors and their causes. It is imperative to also find hidden, sporadic, or application induced
problem and eliminate them.
- Always send error reports with repairs.
- In other cases send error reports to the appropriate INDRAMAT location or to the INDRAMAT Quality Assurance address
printed in the address field.
INDRAMAT would like to thank you for by providing you with a quick and thorough turnaround.
Company:
Location:
Date:
Department:
Name:
Telephone:
Error report
Details of the faulty drive
Model specifics
Basic device
Motor specifics:
Motor type:
DKC _._ - _ _ _ _ - _
Enter the
display at
the time of
the error
S.No.: _ _ _ _ _ _ -
Power supply:
single-phase
three-phase
Serial number:
H1
Operating mode used:
Firmware details:
FWA-ECODRV-
-
-
Details of the machine on which the error occurred:
Machine manufacturer:
Type:
Machine number:
Installation date:
Hours of operation:
Machine control system manufacturer and type:
Designation of the machine shaft in which the error occurred:
How was the error detected:
Supplementary information:
Error condition:
Causes:
is continually present
during installation
occurs sporadically
occurs after approx.
hours
occurs during vibration
unknown
connection error
external cause
mechanical damage
loose power connection
condensation in device
Accompanying phenomenon:
mechanical system problems
is the switch box
power supply failure (24 Vext.)
air-conditioned? Y / N
control system failure
motor failure
cable break
defective ventilator
Have there been similar
errors in the same shaft before?
How often:
additional information:
Did the errors always occur on
specific days or at specific times?
INDRAMA T GmbH
Bgm.-Dr .Nebel-Straße 2
Abt. QSP
D-97816 Lohr am Main
PI0001d1.drw
Fig. 6-3: Problem Report
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Notes
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Customer Service Locations
Germany
Sales area Center
Sales area East
Sales area West
Sales area North
INDRAMAT GmbH
D-97816 Lohr am Main
Bgm.-Dr.-Nebel-Str. 2
INDRAMAT GmbH
D-09120 Chemnitz
Beckerstraße 31
INDRAMAT GmbH
D-40880 Ratingen
Harkortstraße 25
INDRAMAT GmbH
D-22525 Hamburg
Kieler Str.212
Telefon: 09352/40-4817
Telefax: 09352/40-4989
Telefon: 0371/3555-0
Telefax: 0371/3555-230
Telefon: 02102/4318-0
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Telefon: 040/853157-0
Telefax: 040/853157-15
Sales area South
Sales area South-West
INDRAMAT Service-Hotline
INDRAMAT GmbH
D-80339 München
Ridlerstraße 75
INDRAMAT GmbH
D-71229 Leonberg
Böblinger Straße 25
INDRAMAT GmbH
Telefon: D-0172/660 040 6
Telefon: 089/540138-30
Telefax: 089/540138-10
Telefon: 07152/972-6
Telefax: 07152/972-727
-oderTelefon: D-0171/333 882 6
Customer service locations in Germany
Europe
Austria
Austria
Belgium
Denmark
G.L.Rexroth Ges.m.b.H.
Geschäftsbereich INDRAMAT
Hägelingasse 3
A-1140 Wien
G.L.Rexroth Ges.m.b.H.
Geschäftsbereich INDRAMAT
Randlstraße 14
A-4061 Pasching
Mannesmann Rexroth N.V.-S.A.
Geschäftsbereich INDRAMAT
Industrielaan 8
B-1740 Ternat
BEC AS
Zinkvej 6
DK-8900 Randers
Telefon: +43 1/985 25 40-400
Telefax:+43 1/985 25 40-93
Telefon: +43 7229/644 01-36
Telefax: +43 7229/644 01-80
Telefon: +32 2/582 31 80
Telefax: +32 2/582 43 10
England
Finnland
France
France
Mannesmann Rexroth Ltd.
INDRAMAT Division
Broadway Lane, South Cerney
Cirencester, Glos GL7 5UH
Rexroth Mecman OY
Riihimiehentie 3
SF-01720 Vantaa
Rexroth - Sigma S.A.
Division INDRAMAT
Parc des Barbanniers 4,
Place du Village
F-92632 Gennevilliers Cedex
Rexroth - Sigma S.A.
Division INDRAMAT
17, Loree du Golf
F-69380 Dommartin
Telefon: +44 1285/86 30 00
Telefax: +44 1285/86 30 03
Telefon: +358 9/84 91 11
Telefax: +358 9/84 63 87
Telefon: +33 1/41 47 54 30
Telefax: +33 1/47 94 69 41
Telefon: +45 87/11 90 60
Telefax: +45 87/11 90 61
Telefon: +33 4/78 43 56 58
Telefax: +33 4/78 43 59 05
France
Italy
Italy
Netherlands
Rexroth - Sigma S.A.
Division INDRAMAT
270, Avenue de lardenne
F-31100 Toulouse
Rexroth S.p.A.
Divisione INDRAMAT
Via G. Di Vittoria, 1
I-20063 Cernusco S/N.MI
Rexroth S.p.A. Divisione
INDRAMAT
Via Borgomanero, 11
I-10145 Torino
Hydraudyne Hydrauliek B.V.
Kruisbroeksestraat 1a
P.O. Box 32
NL-5280 AA Boxtel
Telefon: +33 5/61 49 95 19
Telefax: +33 5/61 31 00 41
Telefon: +39 2/923 65-270
Telex: 331695
Telefax: +39 2/92 36 55 12
Telefon: +39 11/771 22 30
Telefax: +39 11/771 01 90
Telefon: +31 41 16/519 51
Telefax: +31 41 16/514 83
Spain
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Rexroth S.A.
Centro Industrial Santiago
Obradors s/n
E-08130 Santa Perpetua de
Mogoda (Barcelona)
Goimendi S.A.
División Indramat
Jolastokieta (Herrera)
Apartado 11 37
San Sebastion, 20017
AB Rexroth Mecman
INDRAMAT Division
Varuvägen 7
S-125 81 Stockholm
Rexroth SA
Département INDRAMAT
Chemin de l`Ecole 6
CH-1036 Sullens
Telefon: +34 3/7 47 94 00
Telefax: +34 3/7 47 94 01
Telefon: +34 43/40 01 63
Telex: 361 72
Telefax: +34 43/39 93 95
Telefon: +46 8/727 92 00
Telefax: +46 8/64 73 277
Telefon:+41 21/731 43 77
Telefax: +41 21/731 46 78
Switzerland
Russia
Rexroth AG
Geschäftsbereich INDRAMAT
Gewerbestraße 3
CH-8500 Frauenfeld
Tschudnenko E.B.
Arsenia 22
153000 Ivanovo
Rußland
Telefon: +41 52/720 21 00
Telefax: +41 52/720 21 11
Telefon: +7 93/22 39 633
European Customer service locations without Germany
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Outside Europe
Argentina
Argentina
Australia
Brazil
Mannesmann Rexroth S.A.I.C.
Division INDRAMAT
Acassusso 48 41/7
1605 Munro (Buenos Aires)
Argentina
Nakase
Asesoramiento Tecnico
Diaz Velez 2929
1636 Olivos
(Provincia de Buenos Aires)
Argentina
Argentina
Australian Industrial Machinery
Services Pty. Ltd.
Unit ¾5 Horne ST
Campbellfield VIC 2061
Australia
Mannesmann Rexroth Automação
Ltda.
Divisão INDRAMAT
Rua Georg Rexroth, 609
Vila Padre Anchieta
BR-09.951-250 Diadema-SP
Caixa Postal 377
BR-09.901-970 Diadema-SP
Telefon: +54 1/756 01 40
+54 1/756 02 40
Telex: 262 66 rexro ar
Telefax: +54 1/756 01 36
Telefon: +61 3/93 59 0228
Telefax: +61 3/93 59 02886
Telefon +54 1/790 52 30
Telefon: +55 11/745 90 65
+55 11/745 90 70
Telefax: +55 11/745 90 50
Canada
China
China
China
Basic Technologies Corporation
Burlington Division
3426 Mainway Drive
Burlington, Ontario
Canada L7M 1A8
Rexroth (China) Ltd.
Shanghai Office
Room 206
Shanghai Intern. Trade Centre
2200 Yanan Xi Lu
Shanghai 200335
P.R. China
Rexroth (China) Ltd.
Shanghai Parts & Service Centre
199 Wu Cao Road, Hua Cao
Minhang District
Shanghai 201 103
P.R. China
Rexroth (China) Ltd.
1430 China World Trade Centre
1, Jianguomenwai Avenue
Beijing 100004
P.R. China
Telefon: +1 905/335-55 11
Telefax: +1 905/335-41 84
Telefon: +86 21/627 55 333
Telefax: +86 21/627 55 666
Telefon: +86 21/622 00 058
Telefax: +86 21/622 00 068
Telefon: +86 10/50 50 380
Telefax: +86 10/50 50 379
China
Hongkong
India
Japan
Rexroth (China) Ltd.
A-5F., 123 Lian Shan Street
Sha He Kou District
Dalian 116 023
P.R. China
Rexroth (China) Ltd.
19 Cheung Shun Street
1st Floor, Cheung Sha Wan,
Kowloon, Honkong
Mannesmann Rexroth (India) Ltd.
INDRAMAT Division
Plot. 96, Phase III
Peenya Industrial Area
Bangalore - 560058
Rexroth Co., Ltd.
INDRAMAT Division
I.R. Building
Nakamachidai 4-26-44
Tsuzuki-ku, Yokohama 226
Japan
Telefon: +86 411/46 78 930
Telefax: +86 411/46 78 932
Telefon: +852 2741 13 51/-54 und
+852 741 14 30
Telex: 3346 17 GL REX HX
Telefax: +852 786 40 19
+852 786 07 33
Telefon: +91 80/839 21 01
+91 80/839 73 74
Telex: 845 5028 RexB
Telefax: +91 80/839 43 45
Korea
Korea
Mexico
Rexroth-Seki Co Ltd.
1500-12 Da-Dae-Dong
Saha-Gu, Pusan, 604-050
Seo Chang Corporation Ltd.
Room 903, Jeail Building
44-35 Yoido-Dong
Youngdeungpo-Ku
Seoul, Korea
Motorización y
Diseño de Controles, S.A. de C.V.
Av. Dr. Gustavo Baz No. 288
Col. Parque Industrial la Ioma
Apartado Postal No. 318
54060 Tlalnepantla
Estado de Mexico
Telefon: +82 51/264 90 01
Telefax: +82 51/264 90 10
Telefon: +82 2/780-82 07 ~9
Telefax: +82 2/784-54 08
Telefon: +81 45/942-72 10
Telefax: +81 45/942-03 41
Telefon: +52 /397 86 44
Telefax: +52 /398 98 88
USA
USA
USA
USA
Rexroth Corporation
INDRAMAT Division
5150 Prairie Stone Parkway
Hoffman Estates, Illinois 60192
Rexroth Corporation
INDRAMAT Division
2110 Austin Avenue
Rochester Hills, Michigan 48309
Telefon: +1 847/645-36 00
Telefax: +1 847/645-62 01
Telefon: +1 810/853-82 90
Telefax: +1 810/853-82 90
Rexroth Corporation
INDRAMAT Division
Northeastern Sales Office
7 Columbia Blvd.
Peabody, MA 019660
Rexroth Corporation
INDRAMAT Division
Southeastern Sales Office
3625 Swiftwater Park Drive
Suwanee, GA 30174
Telefon: +1 508/531-25 74
Telefax: +1 508/531-2574
Telefon: +1 770/932 3200
Telefax: +1 770/932-1903
Customer service locations outside Europe
Customer Service Locations
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