Blink count
Drive status output
Drive status meaning
MultiCam 3000 controller screen display MultiCam 5000 controller screen display
Typical safety shutdowns causes. For internal use.
See trouble shooting section in drive manual.
Rapid
Enabled
Drive is actively servoing.
Solid
Ready, not enabled
Drive is ready to servo (not
shutdown), but is disabled.
Three
Over-current/voltage (I/V)
shutdown
High input voltage or bus current has
Over voltage/current. Incoming line voltage too high for
been sensed. Event could be
current transformer tap position.
transient.
Over-temperature shutdown
Drive temperature exceeding safe
circuit limit.
Drive temperature at rated limit. Check drive fans for
proper operation. Make sure air flow in or out of control
box is not restricted.
Tracking shutdown
Tracking error has exceeded preestablished limit.
Tracking limit exceeded. Confirm feed rate and cut rate OK Tracking limit exceeded. Confirm feed rate and cut rate OK 1) Command error (velocity or acceleration or both above spec). 2)
for bit and material. Look for mechanical restrictions.
for bit and material. Look for mechanical restrictions.
Mechanical problem. 3) Low Voltage. 4) Motor cable problem. 5) Power
Check for low incoming line voltage.
Check for low incoming line voltage.
supply problem.
RMS shutdown
The continuous motor torque
requirement has exceeded its RMS
torque limit.
Motor torque requirement too high. Is programmed feed
rate within spec? Confirm cut speed OK for bit and
material. Check for mechanical bind or drag.
Motor torque requirement too high. Is programmed feed
rate within spec? Confirm cut speed OK for bit and
material. Check for mechanical bind or drag.
1) Command error (velocity or acceleration or both too high). 2) Mechanical
problem/bind. 3) Load too heavy. 4) Motor cable problem. 5) Motor short
circuit.
Seven
Encoder signal problem
The drive has detected an illegal
encoder state.
Encoder signal problem. Confirm motor connectors are
properly seated (especially shields) and check for visible
cable damage.
Encoder signal problem. Confirm motor connectors are
properly seated (especially shields) and check for visible
cable damage.
1) Motor cable (logic side) problem. 2) Drive/Motor improperly grounded. 3)
Encoder failure (motor).
Eight
Step failure
Four
Five
Six
Servo drive problem 8. Call customer service.
Sensor signal problem. Confirm motor connectors are
The drive has detected an illegal hall properly seated (especially shields) and check for visible
sensor state.
cable damage.
Over voltage/current. Incoming line voltage above 240
1) Input line voltage too high. 2) Regen circuit problem (5000). 3) Supply
VAC or the regen resistor is disconnected - check for proper transformer not tapped for real A/C levels (3000). 4) Motor failure (phase
seating.
open). 5) Cable failure (phase open).
Drive temperature at rated limit. Check drive fans for
proper operation. Make sure air flow in or out of control
box is not restricted.
Assuming no thermostat: 1) Control box temperature excessive. 2) If using an
external cooling fan, drive fan off or airflow blocked. 3) Thermostat jumper
not in place. 4) Drive upside down.
Servo drive problem 8. Call customer service.
1) Drive failure.
Sensor signal problem. Confirm motor connectors are
properly seated (especially shields) and check for visible
cable damage.
1) Motor cable problem. 2) Drive improperly grounded. 3) Motor hall failure.
Nine
Commutation signal problem
Ten
ADC failure
Servo drive problem 10. Call customer service.
Servo drive problem 10. Call customer service.
1) Drive failure.
Eleven
EE needs initializing
Servo drive configuration file problem. Call customer
service.
Servo drive configuration file problem. Call customer
service.
1) Drive problem. 2) Configuration file requires reload (due to communication
problem during load).
Twelve
EE hardware failure
Servo drive problem 12. Call customer service.
Servo drive problem 12. Call customer service.
1) Drive failure.
The drive uses the hall only upon full Vector sensor signal problem. Confirm motor connectors Vector sensor signal problem. Confirm motor connectors
reset to establish the torque vector. are properly seated (especially shields) and check for visible are properly seated (especially shields) and check for visible 1) Motor hall failure. 2) Motor cable (logic side) hall wire broken. 3) Drive
problem.
An error was detected at start-up.
cable damage.
cable damage.
Thirteen
Vector setup error
Fourteen
Current sensor fault
Fifteen
Logic power backed-up
The Drive's logic power is being
backed up with main drive power off.
Sixteen
Power-up position recovery
window exceeded
Position recovery window has
exceeded pre-defined limit, drive
won't recover position.
Servo drive problem 15. Call customer service.
Servo drive problem 15. Call customer service.
ASSUMPTIONS:
1. The drive configuration file is correct for the motor and application.
2. The DSP is running under the correct voltage.
3. The drive has been reset after any motor cable disconnect.
NOTES:
1. Blink counts Rapid, Solid, 15 and 16 are indicator states, not shutdowns.
2. Blink count 16 or 17 requires 5.5 volt back-up power and appropriate QuickSet settings to engage.
1) Drive failure.
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