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Check for broken wires, loose connections, or transducer loss at mA input, TB2. Overload Fault – F7 Internal electronic overload trip.
Open Pot Fault – F9 An external pot mmanual connected and the ground lead of the pot is disconnected, creating a potential drive overspeed hazard. Verify that the parameter has been programmed correctly. Inspect for short at the drive output or excessive load conditions on the motor, especially cable capacitance to ground.
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Check [Minimum Freq] and [Maximum Freq] parameters. DC Bus voltage fell below the minimum value. No valid operating frequency. If not, manually program any remaining parameters. Check the AC line for high line voltage or transient conditions.
D Micro Programmable Logic Controllers. If the motor is drawing excessive current, the motor load is excessive and will not allow the drive to accelerate to manyal speed. Fast repairs at low costs.
Reprogram Fault – F48 May occur when drive parametersare reset to default settings. Inspect the wiring between the drive and motor. Inspect for blocked or contaminated heat sink fins. Inspect fault buffer for fault code requiring reset. Bradleh longer acceleration tiime or a lighter load may be required. Stop drive, then re-run download.
Check motor for grounded phase. Overtemperature Fault – F8 Temperature sensor detects excessive heat. Serial Fault – F10 An active local bus adapter is disconnected while it possesses control of a local bus function. Reduce [Start Boost] if applicable.
Phase V Fault – F39 A phase to ground fault has been detected between the drive and motor in this phase. The last parameter programmed will be displayed on the top line. Error 4 – Saved data for parameter not correct for new drive. Overcurrent Fault – F12 Overcurrent is detected in overcurrent hardware trip circuit.
Drive Reset Fault – F22 May occur on power-up. Check the motor for grounded phase.
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Check programming of [Curr Lim Trip En] parameter. Unplug the HIM from the cable or drive and reconnect it. An external pot is connected and the ground lead of the bfadley is disconnected, creating a potential drive overspeed hazard.
The Adjustable Frequency AC drive is available with ratings 0. Extend the deceleration time or instal dynamic brake option. Inspect the motor and external wiring to the drive output terminals for a shorted condition. Motor Stall Fault – F6 The motor has stalled If the motor is drawing excessive current, the motor load is excessive and will not allow the drive braley accelerate to set speed.
An active local bus adapter is disconnected while it possesses control of a local bus function.
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Inspect to ensure that the ambient temperature limit has not been exceeded. Connect proper adapter or change active frequency source. DC Braking cannot be used with a synchronous motor.
Check manusl a short circuit at the drive output or excessive load conditions at the motor. Overspeed Fault – F25 Internal error. Download can only occur nanual the same type of drive. Verify that all parameters have been programmed. Replace the Communication cable. The Adjustable Frequency AC Drive is a variable speed drive designed to control the speed of three-phase AC induction motors in a variety of demanding applications where flexibility, performance and ease of use are essential.
Error 2 – The number of parameters in saved profile does not equal master number. Unplug the HIM from the cable or drive, then reconnect it. Check for external noise sources. Inspect for breaks in communications line.