FB10000 Error Messages Troubleshooting

FB10000 Error Messages Troubleshooting
Error ID: 67008: Safety - Bridge front door is open.
FB10000 Error Messages Troubleshooting
FB10000 Error Messages Troubleshooting
Error ID: 67008: Safety - Bridge front door is open.
Error Severity: Critical
Possible Causes
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The bridge front door is open
The bridge front door interlock is not properly aligned
The bridge front door interlock or the cable connecting it to the B&R module are faulty
The B&R module is faulty
Troubleshooting Flowchart
Error ID: 67008: Safety - Bridge front door is open.
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting Flowchart
Troubleshooting Flowchart
for error messages 67013 – 67022
Safety interlocks
Check the X20SI9100
pulses ouput
Yes
Is there More
than 1 interlock OFF in
this module?
No
Is the door open?
Yes
No
Check interlock
alignment
Close the door and press the
Reset button to continue
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Is the interlock
properly aligned?
Check
interlock and
wiring
Flowchart
No
Yes
Are interlock and
wiring OK?
Adjust the interlock
orientation and
distance
Yes
No
Replace interlock or
interlock wiring
Replace the faulty
X20SI9100
module
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Error ID: 67008: Safety - Bridge front door is open.
Troubleshooting
Recommended Actions
The bridge front door is open
1.
Close the hood and ensure it is fully closed
2.
Press the Reset (blue) button on the operator console. During the Reset process, the blue LED will blink.
3.
Tap Get Ready to continue.
The bridge front door interlock is not properly aligned
Check the interlock and ensure it is firmly attached to the printer together with its bracket.
2.
Check the orientation of both parts of the interlock and ensure they are aligned with each other.
3.
Check the distance between the two interlock parts and ensure they are between 0-3 mm.
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WARNING! High Voltage System! Do not touch any wiring while system is UP!
From this stage and on, only an HP certified electrician may perform the tests.
Flowchart
1.
The interlock or cable CX161-03430 connecting it to the B&R module are faulty
1.
To verify that the module distributes pulses to the TBM distribution block, check TP 15 and TP25 voltage via 24V_gnd (24V_0).
You should get 8-20V. If this is the case continue to the next step. Getting 0V indicates that the entire module is faulty and must be
replaced.
Note: For redundancy reasons, the 2SDI2 B&R module that receives 24V distributes them as 24V pulses along the route:  pins 15,
16, 25, 26 TBMs  interlocks  B&R module inputs. Therefore, measuring voltage along this route will result in 8-20V.
2.
Check the cable connecting the interlock to the B&R module [CX161-03430] and ensure its wires are properly connected to the B&R and
that its connector on the interlock side is firmly attached and not damaged.
3.
Go to the REC cabinet and check LEDs SI 17 and SI 18 on the 2SDI2 B&R safety module. They should display as shown below
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Error ID: 67008: Safety - Bridge front door is open.
Door closed correct state
4.
Troubleshooting
Door open correct state
If the LEDS do not behave as shown above, this might indicate one of three:
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The two parts of the interlock are not aligned
The cable is faulty
The interlock is faulty
Receiver Transmitter
Check the yellow circular cable connecting the receiver to the B&R twice: with the door closed and with the door open.
6.
With the door closed, disconnect the 2SDI2-SI17(13) white wire from the B&R module and the 2TBM-6(2) brown wire from
the TBM block and check their continuity. You should get continuity between these two test points.
7.
With the door open, disconnect the 2SDI2-SI18(23) (blue) wire from the B&R module and the 2TBM-8(2) (black) wire from the
TBM block and check their continuity. With the door open you should get continuity between these two test points.
8.
If the results correspond to the above, then we know that the yellow circular cable and both parts of the interlock are ok.
9.
If the results do not correspond, this might indicate that the interlock receiver is faulty. If this is the case, replace the receiver.
10. If the problem persists even after replacing the receiver, this indicates that the safety B&R module X20 SI9100 is faulty.
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Flowchart
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Error ID: 67008: Safety - Bridge front door is open.
Troubleshooting
The B&R module is faulty
1.
Measure 2TBM6(2) and 2TBM8(2) voltage via 24V_gnd (24V_0). You should get 8-20V this means that the entire route is ok and that the
module is faulty.
2.
As a last check before replacing the module, ensure that the wires between the pulse outputs and the 2TBM distribution block are
properly attached.
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Flowchart
Note: Each B&R Safety module comprises three components: Base, BU (Bus Unit) and two (12 pins) terminal blocks as shown below.
When a B&R module is detected as faulty, only its Bus Unit which is the “heart” of the module must be replaced.
3.
Before replacing a B&R module, turn the machine power OFF.
4.
Release the two TBs with their wires, as shown in the figure below.
5.
Pull the BU out of the module base and replace it by a new one.
6.
Plug the two TBs back into the new Bus unit you just installed until you hear a click.
Upon turning on the machine, the R/E led will blink green single pulse, signaling that it has detected the new module.
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Error ID: 67008: Safety - Bridge front door is open.
Troubleshooting
Step 1: Press the two latches (1) on top of the two TBs (2)
and unplug them from the faulty BU.
Step 2: Press the two latches (5) on top of the module BU
(3) and unplug it from its base (4).
Step 3: Plug the new BU (3) into its base (4).
Step 4: Plug the two TBs (2) back into the BU (3) until you
hear a click.
7.
Turn the machine on and configure the B&R Safety PLC to recognize and set the new module(s) as described below.
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Flowchart
8.
Set the Safety PLC selector to 1 (one new module) and press the Enter button to instruct the Safety PLC to configure the new module.
Upon completion, the MXCHG LED will blink orange single pulse and then will turn off to confirm that the module was configured.
Note: This procedure takes up to two minutes. However, when the PLC encounters internal errors, it runs a full system scan and
resets the entire system. This procedure takes between 40 to 60 minutes.
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Error ID: 67008: Safety - Bridge front door is open.
9.
Troubleshooting
If the MXCHG LED continues blinking orange single pulse every 5 seconds, this indicates that the PLC failed to configure the new module
(in case of 2 replaced modules, it will blink twice every 5 seconds etc.). Check if you have set the scan selector according to the number of
new modules.
Note: Interchanging two existing modules will be detected by the Safety PLC as two new modules.
10. If the MXCHG LED continues blinking orange single pulse every 5 seconds, please consult the detailed B&R PLC configuration guide, on
page 4 for further instructions.
11. If none of the above steps solved the problem, contact your HP service specialist.
Note: The diagram in the page below shows the tested components and provides a legend of the B&R naming conventions.
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Flowchart
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Error ID: 67008: Safety - Bridge front door is open.
Troubleshooting
B&R Safety Processor - PLC
Configuration link
is set as Station 6
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Flowchart
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