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Appendix D - ADM Error Codes

Appendix D - ADM Error Codes

Error

Code Error Name Error Description

A4H3

DEH3

Mix Head

Motor

Overload

Soft Stop

Asserted

MBH3

P1H3

P4H3

T4H3

WDF3

WDD3

Low Mix

Head Oil

Level

Low

Accumulator

Pressure

High

Accumulator

Pressure

High Mix

Head Oil

Temp.

M1 Material

Rod Shift Fail

M1 Cleanout

Rod Shift Fail

0500

02D0

A4A6

A4B5

A4A3

A4B1

A4A2

A4B4

A4A7

A4B8

A4H1

A4M1

Error

Type Cause Solution

Refer to AC Power Pack manual

Invalid

Weight Cal.

Data

Low Flow

Advisory

Red Blanket

Overcurrent

Blue Blanket

Overcurrent

Red Inline

Overcurrent

Blue Inline

Overcurrent An over current was detected on the output Red Hose

Overcurrent

Blue Hose

Overcurrent

Red Chiller

Overcurrent

Blue Chiller

Overcurrent

Motor Over

Current

Motor Over

Current

The three point calibration data is invalid, system will operate in weight mode but will attempt to volumetrically calculate

Deviation Invalid data weight. This will lead to consistent shots which will be offset for the desired dispense amount.

Pump velocity is too low.

Advisory

Pump flow setpoint is lower than one eighth of the total pump volumes

Re-calibrate the machine

Increase the pump flow setpoint

High current has been detected on a phase and has been shutdown to prevent damage

Too much current is being drawn from the wall

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Bad heaters

High voltage

Shorted Temperature

Control Module

Measure resistance of heater

Measure voltage across the disconnect switch.

Voltage should measure between 190 and 264 Vac.

If temperature rises for a zone that has been disabled, replace Temperature Control Module

Bad internal wiring of the

Replace motor motor

Short circuit of motor wiring

Check wiring to the motor to ensure no bare wires are touching and that no wires are shorted to ground

Low voltage from the wall Make sure the supply line is properly sized for the during load load and is above the minimum voltage requirements

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Appendix D - ADM Error Codes

Error

Code

A4N1

Error Name

Motor Over

Current

Error Description

A hardware current fault has occurred causing a system shutdown

Error

Type

Alarm

Cause

Short circuit of motor wiring

Motor rotor has become locked

Solution

Check wiring to the motor to ensure no bare wires are touching and that no wires are shorted to ground

Unplug the directional valve (so pressure will not build) and try to move the motor again. If this succeeds then the power pack may need to be replaced. If the motor is still unable to move, the bearings or hydraulic pump have likely failed in the motor and will need to be replaced.

A7A6

A7B5

A7A3

A7B1

A7A2

A7B4

A7A7

A7B8

A8A6

A8B5

A8A3

A8B1

A8A2

Red Blanket

Control Fault

Blue Blanket

Control Fault

Red Inline

Control Fault

Blue Inline

Control Fault

Red Hose

Control Fault

Blue Hose

Control Fault

Red Chiller

Control Fault

Blue Chiller

Control Fault

Unexpected current to heater/chiller

No Red

Blanket

Current

No Blue

Blanket

Current

No Red Inline

Current

No Blue Inline

Current

No Red Hose

No current to the conditioning zone

Current

Alarm

Alarm

Shorted Temperature

Control Module

Tripped circuit breaker

If temperature rises for a zone that has been disabled, replace Temperature Control Module

Visually check circuit breaker for a tripped condition

A8B4

A8B7

A8B8

A9C1

No Blue Hose

Current

No Red

Chiller

Current

No Blue

Chiller

Current

Motor Over

Current

B9C0

B9C1

Small Shot

Request

Low power

Cable unplugged/loose power

Bad heater(s)

Measure voltage across input terminals on power line filter. Voltage should measure between 190 and 264

Vac

Check for loose or disconnected wires or plugs

Measure resistance of heater(s)

A software error has occurred commanding too much current

Alarm

The requested dispense amount is below the minimum amount of the system (25% of the combined pump volumes is the minimum)

Deviation

Bad Motor Control

Module code

Pumps are defined with the wrong size

Check for MCM software update, load latest MCM software, if problem persists contact Graco

On the ADM go into the Setup screens to the System screens then make sure that the pump sizes are defined correctly

Requested shot is below

If the user has to be able to take the shot the system the capabilities of the must be fitted with smaller pumps current pump setup

The requested dispense amount (time/volume/weight) is below the minimum amount of the system

Short shot size Increase the time/volume/weight of the shot

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Appendix D - ADM Error Codes

Error

Code Error Name Error Description

CAA2

CAA3

Comm. Error

Red Hose

Comm. Error

Red Inline

CAA6

CAA7

CAB1

CAB4

Comm. Error

Red Blanket

Comm. Error

Red Chiller

Comm. Error

Blue Inline

Comm. Error

Blue Hose

CAB5

CAB8

CAC1

CAC2

CAC3

CAC4

CAC5

CAC6

CAC7

CACN

CACP

CACR

Comm. Error

Blue Blanket

Comm. Error

Blue Chiller

Comm. Error

Motor

Comm. Error

MCM

Communication error

Comm. Error

Red Tank

Comm. Error

Blue Tank

Comm. Error

Mix Head

Comm. Error

Mix Head 2

Comm. Error

Ratio Monitor

Comm. Error

Gateway

Comm. Error

DGM

Comm. Error

Remote

Pendant

CUCN

D1A1

D4A1

D2A1

D3A1

Gateway

Heartbeat

Error

Setpoint Not

Reached

Setpoint

Exceeded

Setpoint Not

Reached

Setpoint

Exceeded

Error

Type

Heartbeat Error Alarm

The set point was not reached and the pump was shutdown

Deviation

The maximum cycles per minute of the pump has been exceeded

Deviation

PLC is not maintaining heartbeat

Ensure PLC is triggering the heartbeat

Module missing power Check power supply connection

Module not programmed Program the module

Module Bad Replace module

Material restriction too high for requested flow

Reduce flow request

Restriction for the pump is not sufficient

Increase the restriction or lower the set point

The set point was not reached Deviation

The set point was exceeded

Alarm

Deviation

Cause

Module missing power

Module not programmed Program the module

Module bad

Pump cannot reach the requested pressure

Pump cannot reach the requested flow

System underwent a change that caused a large drop in restriction

(such as new orifices)

Solution

Check power supply connection

Replace module

Increase restriction in the system

Decrease restriction in the system

Erase learned System Data, found in the setup screens under calibration

No material in pumps

Make sure the material lines are open and have proper feed pressure

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Appendix D - ADM Error Codes

Error

Code Error Name Error Description

D5A1

Invalid Learn

Mode Data

Error

Type

This calibration lets the MCM know where the ends of the pump are. If the data gathered during this process is outside Deviation of normal parameters the machine will operate with a greatly reduced stroke.

Cause

Bad linear position sensor

Solution

Recalibrate the machine Rerun the learn mode calibration

Loose/bad connection

Check to ensure the pressure transducer is properly installed and all wires are properly connected

Verify pump moves to limits, if problem persists replace linear position sensor

D6A1

DDA1

DDB2

DFA1

DR6A

DR6B

Position

Sensor Fault

Red Pump

Cavitation

Blue Pump

Cavitation

Pump Not

Parked

Check Flow

Meter Red

Check Flow

Meter Blue

The linear position sensor is returning data that should not be possible during normal operation

Cavitation was detected on the given pump

The pump failed to reach the park position

Alarm

Deviation

Deviation

Flow Meter has caused a fault Deviation

Loose/bad connection to Check to ensure the linear position sensor is properly linear position sensor installed and all wires are properly connected

Bad linear position sensor

Linear position sensor may be loose where attached to pump housing

Replace linear position sensor

Re-tighten the sensor and re-calibrate the machine

Insufficient material being supplied or insufficient material pressure on feed system

Debris or packout in the incoming fluid filter

Verify that incoming ball valves are open

Verify that feed pumps are supplying material

Inspect filter for debris of filler packout and clean or replace as necessary

Clear blockage

Clear or replace hose as necessary

Orifices blocked

Hose blocked

Dispense valve failed to open

Cogs in flow meter are not turning

Cable unplugged/loose power

Check to make sure the dispense valve is properly configured and connected to the MCM

Check that flow meter is matched to nominal pump output check of loose or disconnected wires or plugs

Properly setup the system

On the ADM go into the setup screens -> System-> then make sure that the pump type and size are set

(not --)

DSC0

Pumps Not

Defined

F1A0 Low Flow

F2A0 Red

F1B0 Low Flow

F2B0 Blue

F4A0 High Flow

F3A0 Red

F4B0 High Flow

F3B0 Blue

F7D1

L111

L122

L311

L322

L6A1

L6B2

The type or size of the Red or

Blue material pumps have not been defined

Alarm

Flow is below the defined low limit

Flow is above the defined low limit

Alarm

Deviation

Alarm

Deviation

Alarm

Deviation

Alarm

Deviation

Cogs in flow meter are not turning

Cable unplugged/loose power

Cogs in flow meter are turning rapidly

Check that flow meter is matched to nominal pump output

Check for loose or disconnected wires or plugs

Check that flow meter is matched to nominal pump output

Pump Failed to Stall

When the pump tried to stall to pressure the pump traveled more than it should in normal operation (only applies to dead-headed system)

Deviation

Failure of the dispense valve

Material leak

Out of material

Ensure the valve has a proper air supply and seals properly. If not, service the valve as necessary.

Visually inspect the machine and hoses for sign of leakage. NOTE: This error will display after 2 full piston strokes so the leak will be substantial.

Fill tanks

Red Low

Material Level

Tanks low on material Fill tanks with material

Blue Low

Material Level

Low material level in tanks Deviation

If the tanks appear to have plenty of material check to

Loose/broken connection make sure the level sensor is connected to the proper port and that the cord is not damaged

Bad level sensor Replace level sensor

Red High

Material Level

High material level in tanks

Blue High

Material Level

Deviation Defective fill valve

Red Auto

Refill Timeout The tank stand has been filing for a time greater than

Blue Auto expected

Refill Timeout

Deviation

No material is actually being fed

Loose level sensor connection

Bad level sensor

If the tanks appear to have plenty of material check to make sure the level sensor is connected to the proper port and that the cord is not damaged

Make sure the feed pumps are operating properly

Check for loose or disconnected wires or plugs

Replace level sensor

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Appendix D - ADM Error Codes

Error

Code Error Name Error Description

L8A1

DR6B

Red Tank

Sensor

Failure

Blue Tank

Sensor

Failure

A level sensor had ceased working

Error

Type Cause

Deviation Bad level sensor

Solution

Replace level sensor

MBH1 Low Oil Level

MBN1

MMUX

N1D0

N2D0

N3D0

N4D0

N4A1

P400

Low Motor

Performance

USB Logs

Full

Thermal

Pressure

Rise

The volume of oil in the tank is below the minimum level

Alarm needed for the system to properly operate

The motor magnetism has decreased to the point where performance is greatly reduced

USB log has reached the maximum entries

Advisory

Material

Dispense

Below Alarm

Material

Dispense

Below

Deviation

Material

Dispense

Above

Deviation

Material

Dispense

Above Alarm

Material dispense is below the defined limit

Material dispense is above the defined limit

Alarm

Deviation

Deviation

Alarm

Pump Failed to Move

The MCM attempted to move the pump but no movement was detected

Cogs in flow meter are not turning

Cable unplugged/loose power

Check that flow meter is matched to nominal pump output check for loose or disconnected wires or plugs

Deviation

Motor failure

Hydraulic power pack failure

Visually check to ensure the pump is moving, if not ensure the motor is wired properly

If motor is moving but pump is not and pressure is not building they hydraulic power pack may need servicing

Loose/bad connection to

Check to ensure the linear position sensor is properly the linear position sensor connected to the MCM and the wiring has not be damaged

Failure of the linear position sensor

Replace the linear position sensor

Motor no longer coupled to hydraulic pump

Reset coupler per specifications and retighten set screws

Supply tube from hydraulic pump to manifold is loose or broken

Retighten or replace supply tube

Broken motor shaft

Over-pressure valve dumping to tank

Replace motor

Verify that no outside forces are stopping the pump from moving, then inspect over-pressure valve for damage or debris

Pressure has risen to an unsafe level due to thermal expansion of materials. All conditioning zones have automatically been turned off.

Advisory

Low oil level

Loose/bad connection

Bad level sensor

Leak in hydraulic driver

Check oil level and if low add more hydraulic fluid

Check to ensure the hydraulic oil level sensor is properly connected to the MCM and that the wire has not been damaged

Replace sensor

Inspect hydraulic driver end seals and early leak detection tubing. Replace seals as necessary and replace lost oil.

Leak in the hydraulic reservoir, heat exchanger

Prolonged exposure to heat or high voltage

Inspect the hydraulic reservoir fittings and filter for leaks. Repair or replace as necessary and replace lost oil.

If error persists and performance can no longer satisfy the user requirements the motor will need to be replaced

USB logs have not been downloaded

Download USB logs to a memory stick

Uncheck the Enable USB errors on Advanced screen

4

Deviation High pressure

Open the dispense valve manually or open the valves to bleed pressure

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Appendix D - ADM Error Codes

Error

Code Error Name Error Description

P4A1

P4B2

P4D0

P6A1

P6B2

R1D0

R4D0

R2D0

R3D0

Red Pressure

Shutdown

Blue

Pressure

Shutdown

Pressure

Imbalance

The material pump pressure exceeded the maximum operating pressure as defined in the setup screens

The pressure difference between the Red and Blue material is greater than the defined amount

Error

Type

Alarm

Alarm

Cause

Dispense valve failed to open

Bad dispense valve

Restriction in the material lines

Solution

Check to make sure the dispense valve is properly configured and connected to the MCM

Replace dispense valve

Check to ensure there is no blockage

Invalid maximum pressure defined

Orifices blocked

Hose blocked

Dispense valve failed to open

Dispense line is clogged

Make sure the requested pressure is within the max operating pressure, which can be found on the setup screen System 1

Clear blockage

Clear blockage or replace hose as necessary

Check to make sure the dispense valve is properly configured and connected to the MCM

Ensure the material flow is equally restricted on both material lines

Pressure imbalance is defined too low

On the ADM go into the setup screens -> System-> and ensure the pressure imbalance value is the maximum acceptable to prevent unnecessary alarms which will abort dispenses

Orifice blocks closed off too much on one or both sides

Verify that one or both of the orifice blocks dispense when adjusted to the fully open position then adjust accordingly

Debris in the orifice block

Relieve system pressure then remove the orifice from the orifice block and inspect for debris in the cavity

Material fillers may have packed out in an orifice

Relieve system pressure and remove the orifice from the orifice block and inspect for pack out. Clean or replace as necessary.

Out of material Fill tanks with material

Feed system defective Replace defective item

Loose/bad connection

Bad sensor

Check to ensure the pressure transducer is properly installed and all wires are properly connected

Replace pressure transducer

Red Pressure

Sensor Fault The pressure sensor is

Blue

Pressure providing invalid/no pressure readings

Sensor Fault

Low Ratio

Alarm

High Ratio

Alarm Ratio monitor has detected an out of ratio condition Low Ratio

Deviation

High Ratio

Deviation

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Deviation

No material in pump

Material A to Material B is out of ratio

Fill tanks

Check feed system

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Appendix D - ADM Error Codes

Error

Code Error Name Error Description

T1A6

T1B5

Red Tank

Low Fluid

Temp.

Blue Tank

Low Fluid

Temp.

T1A3

T1B1

T1A2

T1B4

Red Inline

Low Fluid

Temp.

Blue Inline

Low Fluid

Temp.

Red Hose

Low Fluid

Temp.

Blue Hose

Low Fluid

Temp.

Fluid temperature is below the defined low alarm limit

Error

Type

Alarm

T1A7

T1B8

T20X

T30X

Red Chiller

Low Fluid

Temp.

Blue Chiller

Low Fluid

Temp.

Dispensing

Disabled Low

Temp

Dispensing

Disabled High

Dispensing disabled because of temperature

Temp

Advisory

Cause

Tripped circuit breaker Visually check circuit breaker for a tripped condition

Low power

Cable unplugged/loose power

Bad heater(s)

Temperature is out of alarm limits

Solution

Measure voltage across input terminals on power line filter. Voltage should measure between 190 and 264

Vac

Check for loose or disconnected wires or plugs

Measure resistance of heater(s)

Check temperature alarm limits

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Appendix D - ADM Error Codes

Error

Code Error Name Error Description

T2AA

T2AE

Red Hose

Low Fluid

Temp.

Red Tank

Low Fluid

Temp.

T2AF

T2BC

T2BD

T2BG

Red Chiller

Low Fluid

Temp.

Blue Hose

Low Fluid

Temp.

Blue tank Low

Fluid Temp.

Blue Chiller

Low Fluid

Temp.

Fluid temperature for a monitor zone is below the defined low alarm limit

Error

Type

Deviation

T3AA

T3AE

T3AF

T3BC

Red Hose

High Fluid

Temp.

Red Tank

High Fluid

Temp.

Red Chiller

High Fluid

Temp.

Blue Hose

High Fluid

Temp.

Fluid temperature for a monitor zone is above the defined high alarm limit

T3BD

T3BG

Blue Tank

High Fluid

Temp.

Blue Chiller

High Fluid

Temp.

T3H1

Oil Temp.

Cutback

The hydraulic oil temperature is approaching a level where damage is possible so the

Motor Control Module is limiting the output to a safe level

Deviation

Cause

Temperature is out of alarm limits

Cable unplugged/loose power

Low air volume from fan

Solution

Check temperature alarm limits

Check for loose or disconnected wires or plugs

Inline heater is not turned on

Turn on inline heater

No power to fan Check cord to make sure fan has power

Debris is fan or fan grill Clear debris from fan/fan grill

Try to stop fan by lightly pressing on the center with a pencil eraser. If the fan slows down easily it will need to be replaced

T3N1

Motor Temp.

Cutback

Motor temperature is approaching a level where damage is possible so the motor control module is limiting the output to a safe level

Advisory

No power to fan Check cord to make sure fan has power

Debris is fan or fan grill clear debris from fan/fan grill

Low air volume from fan

Try to stop fan by lightly pressing on the center with a pencil eraser. If the fan slows down easily it will need to be replaced

Ambient environmental conditions are too hot

Move machine to an area below 120°F

Motor/pump coupler may be rubbing on hydraulic

Reset coupler per specifications and retighten set pump screws

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Appendix D - ADM Error Codes

Error

Code Error Name Error Description

T4A2

T4A3

Red Hose

High Fluid

Temp.

Red Inline

High Fluid

Temp.

T4A6

T4A7

T4B1

T4B4

T4B5

T4B8

Red Tank

High Fluid

Temp.

Red Chiller

High Fluid

Temp.

Blue Inline

High Fluid

Temp.

Blue Hose

High Fluid

Temp.

Blue Tank

High Fluid

Temp.

Blue Chiller

High Fluid

Temp.

Fluid temperature is above the defined high alarm limit

Error

Type

Alarm

Cause

Defective Temperature

Control Module

Defective RTD

Solution

Replace Power Temperature Control Module

Replace RTD

T4C1

T4H1

T4N1

Motor Control reached a level where product life will be decreased

High Temp.

drastically and has been

Oil Temp.

Shutdown

The temperature the MCM has shutdown for protection

The hydraulic oil is at a temperature where performance is impacted significantly and has resulted in a system shutdown

Motor Temp.

Shutdown

Motor temperature is too high and system has been shutdown to prevent possible damage

Alarm

Alarm

Alarm

Loose connections Tighten connections

No power to fan Check cord to make sure fan has power

Debris is fan or heatsink Clear debris from fan or heatsink

Low air volume from fan

Try to stop fan by lightly pressing on the center with a pencil eraser. If the fan slows down easily it will need to be replaced

Motor may be damaged Replace motor

Debris is packed in the

MCM’s heat sink fins

No Power to Fan

Clear debris from MCM heat sink fins

Check cord to make sure fan has power

Debris in fan or fan grill Clear debris from fan/fan grill

Low air volume from fan

Try to stop fan by lightly pressing on the center with a pencil eraser. If the fan slows down easily it will need to be replaced

No power to fan Check cord to make sure fan has power

Debris is fan or fan grill Clear debris from fan/fan grill

Low air volume from fan

Try to stop fan by lightly pressing on the center with a pencil eraser. If the fan slows down easily it will need to be replaced

Ambient environmental conditions are too hot

Move machine to an area below 120°F

Motor may be damaged Motor may need to be replaced

T6A6

T6B5

T6A3

T6B1

T6A2

T6B4

T6A7

T6B8

Red Tank

RTD Fault

Blue Tank

RTD Fault

Red Inline

RTD Fault

Blue Inline

RTD Fault

Red Hose

FTS Fault

Blue Hose

FTS Fault

Red Chiller

RTD Fault

Blue Chiller

RTD Fault

RTD 1 is giving no or invalid data

Alarm

Loose or bad connection Check RTD wiring

Bad RTD Replace RTD

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Appendix D - ADM Error Codes

Error

Code Error Name Error Description

T6C6

T6C5

Red Blanket

RTD Fault

Blue Blanket

RTD Fault RTD 2 is giving no or invalid data

T6C7

T6C8

Red Chiller

RTD Fault

Blue Chiller

RTD Fault

T8A6

T8B5

T8A3

T8B1

No Heat Red

Tank

No Heat Blue

Tank

No Heat Red

Inline

No Heat Blue

No temperature rise

Inline

T8A2

T8B4

T8A7

No Heat Red

Hose

No Heat Blue

Hose

No Cooling

Red Chiller

Error

Type

Alarm

Alarm

T8B8

No Cooling

Blue Chiller

No temperature decline Alarm

Cause

Loose or bad connection Check RTD wiring

Bad RTD

Tripped circuit breaker Visually check circuit breaker for a tripped condition

Low Power

Bad heater(s)

Solution

Replace RTD

Measure voltage across input terminals on power line filter. Voltage should measure between 190 and 264

Vac

Cable unplugged/loose power

Check for loose or disconnected wires or plugs

Measure resistance of heater(s)

Tripped circuit breaker Visually check circuit breaker for a tripped condition

Defective cooling valve

Disconnect the valve and measure the voltage across the wires when the chiller is running to ensure 24V is being delivered to the valve. If so, the cooling valve will likely need replacing.

Chilled water supply off Turn on chilled water supply

Loose or bad connection Check RTD wiring

T9A6

T9B5

T9A3

T9B1

T9C6

T9C5

T9C3

T9C1

T9C2

T9C4

T9C7

T9C8

Red Blanket

Temp. Cutoff

Blue Blanket

Temp. Cutoff

Red Inline

Temp. Cutoff

Heater overtemperature cutoff Alarm

Blue Inline

Temp. Cutoff

Red Blanket

Ctrl

Shutdown

Blue Blanket

Ctrl

Shutdown

Red Inline

Ctrl

Shutdown

Blue Inline

Ctrl

Shutdown

Red Hose Ctrl

Shutdown

Blue Hose

Ctrl

Shutdown

PCB over temperature

Red Chiller

Ctrl

Shutdown

Blue Chiller

Ctrl

Shutdown

Alarm

Defective RTD

Defective High Power

Temperature Control

Module

Loose connections

Overheated

Temperature Control

Module

Replace RTD

Replace High Power Temperature Control Module

Tighten connections

Turn conditioning zone off. Wait a few minutes. If the condition does not clear or regenerates consistently, replace heater module

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Appendix D - ADM Error Codes

Error

Code Error Name Error Description

V1H1

V4A6

V4B5

V4A3

V4B1

V4A2

V4B4

V4A7

V4B8

V4H0

Error

Type

Motor Control

The voltage to the MCM has

Undervoltage dropped to a level where performance is greatly affected

Alarm

Red Blanket

Overvoltage

Blue Blanket

Overvoltage

Red Inline

Overvoltage

Blue Inline

Overvoltage

Red Hose

Overvoltage

Blue Hose

Overvoltage

High line voltage Alarm

Red Chiller

Overvoltage

Blue Chiller

Overvoltage

The voltage to the MCM has

Motor Control reached an unsafe level and

Overvoltage has been shutdown in an attempt to prevent damage

Alarm

Cause Solution

Tripped circuit breaker Visually check circuit breaker for a tripped condition

Supply lines providing low voltage

Check incoming voltage to ensure it is above the minimum operating voltage

Incoming line voltage is too high

Measure voltage across disconnect switch. Voltage should measure between 190 and 264 Vac.

W0U0

WBH1

WDF1

WKH1

USB Update

Failed

Motor

High Motor

Speed

The ADM tried to upload a system settings file but failed

An error has been detected on

Alarm

Encoder Fault the motor position sensor

M1 Material

Rod Shift Fail

The material rod failed to move

Alarm on a straight head

The motor has reached a speed that should not be reached in normal operation and was shutdown to prevent possible damage

Alarm

Alarm

Supply lines providing high voltage

Check incoming voltage to ensure it is below the maximum operating voltage

System Settings file is corrupt

System Settings file is intended for another system

Replace the system settings file with a backup or new file

Ensure that the first line in the settings.txt file contains the text GMS

. If not replace the file with the proper system update file.

Failing sensors

Loose connection

If error persists the motor will need to be replaced

Ensure the d-sub connector to the motor is connected and the wiring is intact

Check that material rod is able to freely move Stuck material rod

No power to directional valve

No power to directional valve

Make sure the directional valve has power

Make sure the directional valve has power

Bad directional valve connection

Make sure the cord to the directional valve is connected to the correct port and the cord is not damaged

Directional valve failure The directional valve will need to be replaced

Hydraulic power pack failure

The hydraulic power pack will need repair

Defective encoder Replace encoder

Motor no longer coupled to hydraulic pump

Reset coupler per specifications and retighten set screws

Supply tube from hydraulic pump to manifold is loose or broken

Broken motor shaft

Retighten or replace supply tube

Replace motor

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Appendix D - ADM Error Codes

Error

Code Error Name Error Description

WM06

WM05

Red Tank

Con. Fault

Blue Tank

Con. Fault

WM03

WM01

WM02

WM04

Red Inline

Con. Fault

Blue Inline

Con. Fault

Red Hose

Con. Fault

Blue Hose

Con. Fault

High current to relay 1

WM07

WM08

WMA6

Red Chiller

Con. Fault

Blue Chiller

Con. Fault

Red Blanket

High Temp.

Tank blanket is above the defined high alarm limit

WMB5

Blue Blanket

High Temp.

Error

Type

Alarm

Cause

Broken contactor

Solution

Replace contactor

Alarm

Defective RTD

Defective High Power

Temperature Control

Module

Loose connections

Replace RTD

Replace High Power Temperature Control Module

Tighten connections

WMC6

Red Tank

Con. Fault

WMC5

WMC3

Blue Tank

Con. Fault

Red Inline

Con. Fault

WMC1

WMC2

Blue Inline

Con. Fault

Red Hose

Con. Fault

WMC4

WMC7

Blue Hose

Con. Fault

Red Chiller

Con. Fault

WMC8

WMH1

Blue Chiller

Con. Fault

Motor

Controller

Fault

Unexpected current to relay 1 Alarm

A general fault has occurred within the MCM

Shorted module

Deviation Internal hardware failure

If temperature is being affected by a zone that has been disabled, replace heat module

Cycle power, if the error persists the MCM will need to be replaced

WSC0

Invalid

Setpoint

Request

Invalid Gel

Timer

Definition

The requested controlling value (pressure or flow) is outside the limits of the system

Deviation

The shot that was entered for the gel timer is not a valid shot.

Deviation

This must be fixed before the gel timer will function properly

System incorrectly setup

Shot incorrectly defined

On the ADM go into the setup screens -> System-> and ensure that all pages have properly defined values

Redefine shot with control parameters within the limits of the system

Gel timer shot is below the minimum dispense amount or set for a invalid pressure/flow

Select a different shot or modify existing shot data

The MCM has determined that the gel If you are certain that the shot is within parameters, timer shot will not be able try running the Learn Mode routine found in the setup to be executed based parameters entered in the ADM screen Calibration. If the error persists, a gel shot with reduced control parameters is required.

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