Drive Error List - Teco
*Alarms in table below noted with asterisk (*) have additional important info below the table
|AL-01*||Under-Voltage||The main circuit voltage is below its minimum specified value. (190Vac)||Use a Voltmeter to check whether the input voltage is within the specified limit. If the input is correct there may be failure inside the drive.|
(Do not power cycle drive)
|1. The main circuit voltage has exceeded its maximum allowable value (175 to 250 VAC)||1. Use Voltmeter to check whether the input voltage is within the specified limit.|
|2. Regeneration voltage is too high||2. If this alarm appears during operation. Extend ac/deceleration time inside Mach software|
|AL-03||Overload||The drive has exceeded its rated load during continuous operation.||1. Check Motor terminals (U, V, W) and encoder|
|2. Extend ac/deceleration time in Mach software|
|AL-04*||Output Transistor Malfunction||Over temperature, Over current, or Over voltage||1. Check the motor terminal line (U, V, W) and encoder connections. Check all power connections.
2. Turn off the power, and turn on again after 30 min. If the alarm still exists call MachMotion
|Motor’s encoder failure or encoder connection problem||1. Check the motor’s encoder connections.
2. Check the motor code in the drive (CN30)
|AL-07||Multi-Function Input Selection||Input/output function setting error||Call MachMotion|
|AL-08||Memory Error||Parameter write-in error||Disconnect the command cable then re-cycle the power. If alarm still occurs, it means the Drive has failured.|
|AL-09||Emergency Stop||Input contact point EMC activated||Call MachMotion|
|AL-10||Motor Over-Current||Motor current value is 4 times its rated current||1. Check if the motor wiring (U,V,W) and encoder connections and wiring are correct or not.
2. Possible internal malfunction, call MachMotion
|AL-11*||Position Error||The difference between pulse command and encoder feedback pulse is outside limits||1. Extend the time of ac/deceleration in Mach software
2. Check if the motor wiring (U, V, W) is correct
|AL-12||Motor Over-Speed||Motor speed is 1.5 times more than the rated speed||1. Reduce the speed command
2. Electronic gear ratio is incorrect check and set correctly
|AL-13||CPU Error||Control system Malfunction||Turn off the power. Turn on again after 30min. If alarm still exists, this may be due to external interference.|
|AL-14||Drive Disable||CCWL & CWL input contacts activated simultaneously||Call MachMotion|
|AL-15||Drive Overheat||Power transistor temperature
exceeds 90 degrees Celsius
|Repeated overload will cause drive overheat, check and reset operational requirements.|
|bb (or 66)||Base Block (is actually a 'b', not a '6')||Drive enable/run signal not present||Is often a normal condition until Mach software is enabled. Otherwise, is likely the enable circuit on apollo board not activating or enable relay not activating.|
Positive Over Travel
Negative Over Travel
|CW and CCW limit pins active||Update parameters Hn504 from 0104 to 0004 and Hn505 from 0105 to 0005.|
- This can be due to drive enable signal (through control cable), coming on prior to the drive having power (enable signal which powers up the drive through the contactor). We have had a bad batch of control cables cause this issue.
- Mach4: Increase drive enable delay in machmotion plugin\
*(Do not power cycle drive)
If you are getting an AL-02 Over-Voltage on your drive you should check the motor power terminal continuity (Ohms):
- The main circuit voltage has exceeded its maximum allowable value (170 to 250 VAC)
- Check continuity between GND and each pin for the motor power.
- For smaller motors (3 main pins inside the connection), GND will be the outside threads for the motor power cable
- For larger motors (4 main pins inside the connection), GND will be one of the pins. Shine a flashlight in to see the marking for which one is ground.
- If there is any continuity between GND and any of the U,V,W terminals, it is a bad motor causing the problem and will likely need to replace the drive as well.
-If you are getting an AL-04 Output Transistor Malfunction error on your drive after following the instructions in the drive error list, it is most often the drive which has gone bad. However, it could be the motor as well. If there is the same size motor you can do some cable swapping to determine if it is the motor or the drive. Contact MachMotion for help in cable swap testing.
- Could be the Motor Code being wrong. Contact MachMotion.
- if the drive has been in service less than 6 months, try removing the o-ring in the encoder cable connector at the motor side. The issue could be the connection is not quite good enough and there is vibration which could cause intermittent AL-05 alarms. Removing that o-ring will allow it to sit down further into the connector to make a better connection between the cable and the encoder connector.
-Could be a mechanical issue or a limit switch shorting.
This is normal after performing drive reset with Cn029 as limit pins are not normally connected to any switches.
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