okuma OSP-P300S, OSP-P300L User Manual

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CNC SYSTEM

OSP-P300S/P300L

ALARM & ERROR LIST

(1st Edition)

Pub No. 5921-E (LE37-006-R1) Nov. 2011

5921-E P-(i)

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

The machine is equipped with safety devices which serve to protect personnel and the machine itself from hazards arising from unforeseen accidents. However, operators must not rely exclusively on these safety devices: they must also become fully familiar with the safety guidelines presented below to ensure accidentfree operation.

This instruction manual and the warning signs attached to the machine cover only those hazards which Okuma can predict. Be aware that they do not cover all possible hazards.

1.Precautions Relating to Installation

(1)Please be noted about a primary power supply as follows.

Do not draw the primary power supply from a distribution panel that also supplies a major noise source (for example, an electric welder or electric discharge machine) since this could cause malfunction of the CNC unit.

If possible, connect the machine to a ground not used by any other equipment. If there is no choice but to use a common ground, the other equipment must not generate a large amount of noise (such as an electric welder or electric discharge machine).

(2)Installation Environment

Observe the following points when installing the control enclosure.

Make sure that the CNC unit will not be subject to direct sunlight.

Make sure that the control enclosure will not be splashed with chips, water, or oil.

Make sure that the control enclosure and operation panel are not subject to excessive vibrations or shock.

The permissible ambient temperature range for the control enclosure is 5 to 40°C (41 to 104°F).

The permissible ambient humidity range for the control enclosure is relative humidity 50% or less at 40°C (104°F) (no condensation).

The maximum altitude at which the control enclosure can be used is 1000 m (3281ft.).

2.Points to Check before Turning on the Power

(1)Close all the doors of the control enclosure and operation panel to prevent the entry of water, chips, and dust.

(2)Make absolutely sure that there is nobody near the moving parts of the machine, and that there are no obstacles around the machine, before starting machine operation.

(3)When turning on the power, turn on the main power disconnect switch first, then the CONTROL ON switch on the operation panel.

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

3.Precautions Relating to Manual/Continuous Operation

(1)Follow the instruction manual during operation.

(2)Do not operate the machine with the front cover, chuck cover, or another protective cover removed.

(3)Close the front cover before starting the machine.

(4)When machining the initial workpiece, check for machine operations, run the machine under no load to check for interference among components, cut the workpiece in the single block mode, and then start continuous operation.

(5)Ensure your safety before rotating the spindle or moving a machine part.

(6)Do not touch chips or workpiece while the spindle is rotating.

(7)Do not stop a rotating part with hand or another means.

(8)Check that the condition of hydraulic chuck jaws as mounted, operating pressure, and maximum permissible revolving speed.

(9)Check the condition and location of the cutting tool as mounted.

(10)Check the tool offset value.

(11)Check the zero offset value.

(12)Check that the SPINDLE OVERRIDE and FEEDRATE OVERRIDE dials on the NC operation panel are set to 100%.

(13)When moving the turret, check the software limits for X- and Z-axes or the locations of limit switch dogs to prevent interference with the chuck and tailstock.

(14)Check the location of the turret.

(15)Check the location of the tailstock.

(16)Cut workpieces with a transmitted power and torque within the permissible range.

(17)Chuck each workpiece firmly.

(18)Check that the coolant nozzle is properly located.

4.On Finishing Work

(1)On finishing work, clean the vicinity of the machine.

(2)Return the ATC, APC and other equipment to the predetermined retraction position.

(3)Always turn off the power to the machine before leaving it.

(4)To turn off the power, turn off the CONTROL ON switch on the operation panel first, then the main power disconnect switch.

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

5.Precautions during Maintenance Inspection and When Trouble Occurs

In order to prevent unforeseen accidents, damage to the machine, etc., it is essential to observe the following points when performing maitenance inspections or during checking when trouble has occurred.

(1)When trouble occurs, press the emergency stop button on the operation panel to stop the machine.

(2)Consult the person responsible for maintenance to determine what corrective measures need to be taken.

(3)If two or more persons must work together, establish signals so that they can communicate to confirm safety before proceeding to each new step.

(4)Use only the specified replacement parts and fuses.

(5)Always turn the power off before starting inspection or changing parts.

(6)When parts are removed during inspection or repair work, always replace them as they were and secure them properly with their screws, etc.

(7)When carrying out inspections in which measuring instruments are used - for example voltage checks - make sure the instrument is properly calibrated.

(8)Do not keep combustible materials or metals inside the control enclosure or terminal box.

(9)Check that cables and wires are free of damage: damaged cables and wires will cause current leakage and electric shocks.

(10)Maintenance inside the Control Enclosure

a.Switch the main power disconnect switch OFF before opening the control enclosure door.

b.Even when the main power disconnect switch is OFF, there may some residual charge in the MCS drive unit (servo/spindle), and for this reason only service personnel are permitted to perform any work on this unit. Even then, they must observe the following precautions.

MCS drive unit (servo/spindle)

The residual voltage discharges two minutes after the main switch is turned OFF.

c.The control enclosure contains the NC unit, and the NC unit has a printed circuit board whose memory stores the machining programs, parameters, etc. In order to ensure that the contents of this memory will be retained even when the power is switched off, the memory is supplied with power by a battery. Depending on how the printed circuit boards are handled, the contents of the memory may be destroyed and for this reason only service personnel should handle these boards.

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

(11)Periodic Inspection of the Control Enclosure

a.Cleaning the cooling unit

The cooling unit in the door of the control enclosure serves to prevent excessive temperature rise inside the control enclosure and increase the reliability of the NC unit. Inspect the following points every three months.

Is the fan motor inside the cooling unit working?

The motor is normal if there is a strong draft from the unit.

Is the external air inlet blocked?

If it is blocked, clean it with compressed air.

6.General Precautions

(1)Keep the vicinity of the machine clean and tidy.

(2)Wear appropriate clothing while working, and follow the instructions of someone with sufficient training.

(3)Make sure that your clothes and hair cannot become entangled in the machine. Machine operators must wear safety equipment such as safety shoes and goggles.

(4)Machine operators must read the instruction manual carefully and make sure of the correct procedure before operating the machine.

(5)Memorize the position of the emergency stop button so that you can press it immediately at any time and from any position.

(6)Do not access the inside of the control panel, transformer, motor, etc., since they contain highvoltage terminals and other components which are extremely dangerous.

(7)If two or more persons must work together, establish signals so that they can communicate to confirm safety before proceeding to each new step.

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

7.Symbols Used in This Manual

The following warning indications are used in this manual to draw attention to information of particular importance. Read the instructions marked with these symbols carefully and follow them.

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INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION

Before using this NC unit, read this manual thoroughly in order to ensure correct use.

This manual explains how to use and maintain the control so that it will deliver its full performance and maintain accuracy over the long term.

You must pay particular attention to the cautions given in this manual; read them carefully and make sure you fully understand them before operating the NC.

 

 

 

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

SECTION 1 CLASSIFICATION OF ALARMS ...........................................................

1

1-1.

Alarm Classifications .........................................................................................................

1

1-2.

Object Number and Object Message ................................................................................

2

 

1-2-1.

Alarm Codes........................................................................................................

3

 

1-2-2.

Bit conversion method.........................................................................................

3

 

1-2-3.

How to check alarm contents ..............................................................................

4

SECTION 2

ALARM P...............................................................................................

5

SECTION 3

ALARM A.............................................................................................

74

SECTION 4

ALARM B...........................................................................................

249

SECTION 5

ALARM C...........................................................................................

464

SECTION 6

ALARM D...........................................................................................

544

SECTION 7

ERROR..............................................................................................

645

SECTION 8

APPENDIX ........................................................................................

754

8-1. Factor Classification Code/Factor Parameter................................................................

754

8-1-1. Factor Classification Code/Factor Parameter (for Machine) ...........................

754

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SECTION 1 CLASSIFICATION OF ALARMS

SECTION 1 CLASSIFICATION OF ALARMS

Alarms related with the OSP are classified into five types such as Alarm P, A, B, C and D.

1-1. Alarm Classifications

 

Alarm

Machine Conditions When ALARM Lamp

Operative NC Functions Thereafter

 

Comes ON

 

 

 

P

 

Stops NC operation.

 

All NC functions are inoperative.

 

 

 

 

Concerning the control, cancel the alarm

 

 

 

axis feed

 

 

 

 

by turning power on again after turning it

 

 

Stops;

spindle rotation

 

 

off once.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

coolant supply

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shuts off power supply

to X- and Z-axis

 

 

 

servo drives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alarm display is displayed on the operation

 

 

 

panel.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A

 

 

axis feed

Operations for display are possible.

 

 

Stops;

 

The machine remains inoperative until

 

 

spindle rotation

 

 

 

 

the control is reset and the alarm

 

 

 

coolant supply

 

 

 

canceled.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shuts off power supply to X- and Z-axis

 

 

 

 

 

servo drives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alarm display is given on the operation

 

 

 

panel.

 

 

 

 

 

 

B

 

The commands in the active block are

Operations for display are possible.

 

 

completed.

 

The machine remains inoperative until

 

 

 

the control is reset and the alarm

 

 

Spindle rotation and coolant supply do not

 

 

stop.

 

canceled.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Power supply to X- and Z-axis servo drives

 

 

 

is not shut off.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alarm display is given on the operation

 

 

 

panel.

 

 

 

 

 

 

C

 

The part program being run is executed to

Operations for display are possible.

 

 

the end (up to M02 command).

No new program can be run until the

 

 

 

control is reset and the alarm is

 

 

Spindle rotation and coolant supply do not

 

 

stop.

 

canceled.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Power supply to X- and Z-axis servo drives

 

 

 

is not shut off.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alarm display is given on the operation

 

 

 

panel.

 

 

 

 

 

 

D

 

This alarm does not have any influence on

Operations on the operation panel are all

 

 

the machine operation.

 

operative. Alarm cannot be canceled

 

 

Alarm display is given on the operation

unless the cause of the alarm is

 

 

panel.

 

removed.

 

 

 

 

 

okuma OSP-P300S, OSP-P300L User Manual

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SECTION 1 CLASSIFICATION OF ALARMS

Display Format of Alarm P, A, B, C and D

ALARM-A

Alarm number

Object number

Alarm level

Alarm message

Object message

Alarm code

Alarm character-string

LE37006R0100300020001

1-2. Object Number and Object Message

The object number and the object message show the programming system and the control axis where the alarm has occurred by the number and message as shown in the table blow:

Object No.

 

Meaning

Object message

Notes

None

No classification

None

 

01

System 1

“A side” or “1-A sd”

1st spindle and turret A

02

System 2

“B side” or “1-B sd”

1st spindle and turret B

03

System 3

“2-A sd”

2d spindle and turret A

04

System 4

“2-B sd”

2d spindle and turret B

11

1st X-axis

“XAaxis” or “X-axis”

 

12

1st Y-axis

“YAaxis” or “Y-axis”

 

13

1st Z-axis

“ZAaxis” or “Z-axis”

 

16

1st W-axis

“W-axis”

 

19

1st C-axis

“C-axis” or “Caxis1”

 

20

1st S-axis

“SPDL” or “SPDL-1”

 

21

1st T-axis

“TAaxis” or “T-axis”

 

22

1st M-axis

“MAaxis” or “M-axis”

 

31

2d

X-axis

“XBaxis”

 

32

2d

Y-axis

“YBaxis”

 

33

2d

Z-axis

“ZBaxis”

 

39

2d

C-axis

“Caxis2”

 

40

2d

S-axis

“SPDL-2”

Sub spindle, pick-off spindle

41

2d

T-axis

“TBaxis”

 

42

2d

M-axis

“MBaxis”

 

53

3d

Z-axis

“ZCaxis”

LT series

As indicated above, the object numbers and messages to be used are determined by the machine specifications.

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SECTION 1 CLASSIFICATION OF ALARMS

1-2-1. Alarm Codes

In this manual, alarm codes are explained using such as "X", "XX", and "XXYY".

Explanation is given in the following methods:

(1)The alarm code indicated in this text can be used directly as the key to find the contents of error.

(2)The alarm code indicated in this text should first be converted into bit expression (pattern), which is then used as the key to find the contents of error.

In the case of 2), the procedure to convert the alarm code into bit pattern is shown below.

1-2-2. Bit conversion method

Alarm Code

 

 

 

 

Alarm Code

 

 

 

 

(Expressed in

 

Bit Pattern

 

(Expressed in

 

Bit Pattern

 

hexadecimal)

 

 

 

 

hexadecimal)

 

 

 

 

0

0

0

0

0

8

1

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

1

9

1

0

0

1

2

0

0

1

0

A

1

0

1

0

3

0

0

1

1

B

1

0

1

1

4

0

1

0

0

C

1

1

0

0

5

0

1

0

1

D

1

1

0

1

6

0

1

1

0

E

1

1

1

0

7

0

1

1

1

F

1

1

1

1

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SECTION 1 CLASSIFICATION OF ALARMS

1-2-3. How to check alarm contents

The method to find the details of the alarm indicated by the bit pattern is explained below using an example.

Example:

[Code] XX

XX bit0->Battery error

bit1->EC I/O power shut off error

bit2->ECC error

bit3->Not used

bit4->Not used

bit5->EDRQ INT signal

bit6->ECP INT signal

bit7->ECP RUN signal

If an alarm occurs, a hexadecimal number is displayed.

If "$C1" is displayed, for example, first convert this "$C1" into bits.

bit 0 bit 1 bit 2 bit 3 bit 4 bit 5 bit 6 bit 7

After the conversion, it is known that Bit0, Bit6, and Bit7 are ON. See the information above and you will find that these error codes

correspond to "battery error", "ECP INT signal", and "ECP RUN signal", respectively.

Error Display Format

ERROR

Error number

Error message

Indication of ERROR

Error code

Error character-string

LE37006R0100300060001

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SECTION 2 ALARM P

SECTION 2

ALARM P

 

0700

NC start-up error ...........................................................................................

10

0701

P100-Menu initialization failure .....................................................................

10

0702

Power failure upon start-up ...........................................................................

11

0703

Load information file not found .....................................................................

11

0704

File load error ................................................................................................

11

0705

Default scheduling table error .......................................................................

12

0706

Backup data file error ....................................................................................

12

0707

DTL link/unlink error .....................................................................................

12

0708

RT thread stack overflow ..............................................................................

13

0709

Hardware exception ......................................................................................

13

0710

System call error ...........................................................................................

13

0711

AlarmService library error .............................................................................

14

0712

AlarmService internal error (exception) ........................................................

14

0713

AlarmService error ........................................................................................

14

0714

Blue screen ...................................................................................................

14

0715

P100-Menu error ...........................................................................................

15

0716

Floating point exception ................................................................................

15

0717

PLC control error ..........................................................................................

15

0718

Real time thread time over ............................................................................

15

0719

HXCP thread error ........................................................................................

15

0720

AlarmService internal error ...........................................................................

16

0721

DeviceNet error .............................................................................................

16

0723

DeviceNet I/O data link file read ...................................................................

17

0725

M code data file ............................................................................................

17

0726

Safety speed data error ................................................................................

17

0727

MCS firmware doesn't support POS2 unit ....................................................

17

0728

FL-net error ...................................................................................................

18

0729

Non-responsive software detected. ..............................................................

18

0731

R Spec. error ................................................................................................

18

0732

Unable to execute lost motion compensation ...............................................

18

0735

MCS DD encoder link error ...........................................................................

18

0736

MCS DD encoder error .................................................................................

19

0737

MCS DD encoder (slave sensor) detected error ...........................................

19

0738

MCS DD encoder initialization failure ...........................................................

20

0739

MCS DD encoder (slave sensor) initialization failure ....................................

21

0741

MCS firmware version error ..........................................................................

22

0742

Relocation detection error .............................................................................

22

0744

MCS power supply unit overload ..................................................................

22

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SECTION 2 ALARM P

0750

The spec.-code or select-soft. was wrong

.................................................... 22

0752

VDU communication error ............................................................................

23

0753

VDU detected error .......................................................................................

23

0754

VDU initialization failure ................................................................................

24

0755

SIO link error .................................................................................................

24

0756

PSC optical scale encoder error ...................................................................

25

0757 MF-SAFETY Error ........................................................................................

25

0758

Safety I/O Error .............................................................................................

26

0759

Safety Servo Link Error .................................................................................

28

0782

Magnetic encoder speed detection error ......................................................

29

0783

MCS Rotary encoder 5 initialization failure ...................................................

29

0784

MCS Rotary encoder 5 error .........................................................................

30

0785

MCS Rotary encoder 4 initialization failure ...................................................

30

0786

MCS Rotary encoder 4 error .........................................................................

30

0787

MCS Rotary encoder 3 initialization failure ...................................................

30

0788

MCS Rotary encoder 3 error .........................................................................

30

0789

MCS Rotary encoder 2 error .........................................................................

31

0790

MCS Rotary encoder 1 initialization failure ...................................................

31

0791

MCS Rotary encoder 1 error .........................................................................

31

0792

MCS Linear scale 4 initialization failure ........................................................

32

0793

MCS Linear scale 4 error ..............................................................................

32

0794

MCS Linear scale 3 initialization failure ........................................................

32

0795

MCS Linear scale 3 error ..............................................................................

33

0796

MCS Linear scale 2 initialization failure ........................................................

33

0797

MCS Linear scale 2 error ..............................................................................

33

0798

MCS Linear scale 1 initialization failure ........................................................

33

0799

MCS Linear scale 1 error ..............................................................................

33

0800

Spindle D/A control data file read .................................................................

34

0801

TCP/IP board detected error .........................................................................

34

0802

Load information file not found .....................................................................

35

0803

File load error ................................................................................................

35

0804

MSB file mismatch ........................................................................................

35

0805

MOP-Tool parameter PBU load ....................................................................

35

0806

MOP-Tool tool data PBU load ......................................................................

35

0807

ACP panel status receipt error ......................................................................

36

0808

Speed change ratio failure ............................................................................

36

0810

NC I/O data file read .....................................................................................

36

0812

MCS initialization error ..................................................................................

36

0813

MCS Communication error ...........................................................................

38

0814

MCS data file corrupt ....................................................................................

39

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SECTION 2 ALARM P

0815

PLC real-time task loop error ........................................................................

40

0816

PLC initialization error ...................................................................................

40

0817

MCS error .....................................................................................................

41

0818

ADP initialization failure ................................................................................

41

0820

Machine data file read ..................................................................................

41

0821

Spindle gear ratio ..........................................................................................

42

0822

Wheel data file read ......................................................................................

42

0823 AXIS CONSTRUCTION DATA setting error .................................................

42

0824

Unit connection mistake ................................................................................

43

0825 AXIS CONSTRUCTION name not set ..........................................................

43

0826 AXIS CONSTRUCTION DATA file read .......................................................

43

0827

Control axis not found ...................................................................................

43

0828

Wire feed axis No. error ................................................................................

43

0833

MCS option program file not sent .................................................................

44

0834

MCS servo data error ...................................................................................

44

0835

MCS communication error ............................................................................

44

0836

Program request illegal .................................................................................

45

0837

Loader spec. code data error ........................................................................

45

0838

Loader backup data file read error ................................................................

45

0839

Specification conditions failure .....................................................................

45

0840

SuperHi-NC specification mismatch .............................................................

46

0841

FCP4 board detected error ...........................................................................

46

0842

Safety monitor spec. error ............................................................................

46

0845

Specification code setting failure ..................................................................

46

0846

Thermal deviation comp. backup data file read ............................................

47

0847

DNC-DT preload task start error ...................................................................

47

0848

PSCB error ...................................................................................................

47

0849

Synchronous axis tandem control initialization failure ..................................

47

0850

MCS Undefined alarm number .....................................................................

48

0851

MCS Inverter unit fault ..................................................................................

48

0852

Mistake in data from MCS to NC ..................................................................

49

0853 MCS CON APA deviation .............................................................................

50

0854

MCS Power supply unit error ........................................................................

50

0855

MCS Converter link error ..............................................................................

51

0856

MCS DC-bus voltage alarm ..........................................................................

51

0857

MCS Motor overcurrent ................................................................................

51

0858

MCS Power unit overheat .............................................................................

51

0859

MCS Power unit overload .............................................................................

52

0860

MCS Supply voltage flutter ...........................................................................

52

0861

MCS Inverter capacity differs from spec. ......................................................

52

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SECTION 2 ALARM P

0862

MCS Winding change failure ........................................................................

52

0863

MCS Encoder link error ................................................................................

53

0864

MCS Encoder detected error ........................................................................

53

0865

MCS Encoder initialization failure .................................................................

54

0866

MCS Encoder with shaft detected error ........................................................

54

0867

MCS Encoder with shaft initialization failure .................................................

54

0868 MCS ABSO SCALE error .............................................................................

55

0869

MCS ABSO SCALE initialization failure ........................................................

55

0870

MCS Magnetic encoder alarm ......................................................................

55

0871

MCS Resolver alarm .....................................................................................

55

0872

MCS Pulse generator count over ..................................................................

56

0873

MCS Motor overheat .....................................................................................

56

0874

MCS Servo link error ....................................................................................

56

0875

MCS Servo link disconnection ......................................................................

57

0876

Mistake in data from NC to MCS ..................................................................

57

0877

MCS Servo data error ...................................................................................

57

0878

MCS Illegal command ...................................................................................

58

0879 MCS CON speed over ..................................................................................

58

0880 MCS Speed command over ..........................................................................

59

0881 MCS DIFF over .............................................................................................

59

0882 MCS APA speed over ...................................................................................

59

0883

MCS Full-closed APA error ...........................................................................

59

0884 MCS Over speed ..........................................................................................

60

0885

MCS Speed deviation over ...........................................................................

60

0886

MCS Collision detected ................................................................................

60

0887

MCS Urgent-stop time over ..........................................................................

61

0888

MCS Belt is broken .......................................................................................

61

0889

MCS Axis change control error .....................................................................

61

0890

MCS Independent encoder initialization failure ............................................

61

0891

MCS Calculated current position lies outside range .....................................

62

0892

MCS Motor overload .....................................................................................

62

0893

MCS Safety speed monitor E-Link error .......................................................

62

0894

MCS ABSO SCALE sub-slider detected error ..............................................

62

0895

MCS Tandem control communication error ..................................................

63

0896

MCS Full abso scale link error ......................................................................

63

0897

MCS Full abso scale error ............................................................................

64

0898

MCS Full abso scale initialization failure ......................................................

64

0899

MCS Axis stop signal error ...........................................................................

65

0940

Time sharing task control ..............................................................................

65

0941

Real-time task control ...................................................................................

65

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SECTION 2 ALARM P

0942

Real-time task loop error ..............................................................................

65

0943

Main processor name incorrect ....................................................................

66

0944

Slave processor name incorrect ...................................................................

66

0945

Memory board/battery life .............................................................................

66

0951

SMP error .....................................................................................................

66

0952

Not equipped with processor board ..............................................................

67

0954

Peripheral processor start .............................................................................

67

0955

Spec. code: data file .....................................................................................

67

0956

Backup data file read ....................................................................................

68

0957

Graphic backup data file read .......................................................................

68

0958

Pitch compensation data file read .................................................................

68

0965

Configuration file format error .......................................................................

69

0971

Cache data: Initialization error ......................................................................

69

0988

Cache data: Operation error .........................................................................

69

0989

CPU information table data incorrect ............................................................

69

0990

TASK generate error .....................................................................................

70

0991

TASK information table data incorrect ..........................................................

70

0992

PLC backup data file read ............................................................................

70

0993

TCP/IP board illegal ......................................................................................

71

0994

TCP/IP configuration file ...............................................................................

71

0995

Machine axis data file ...................................................................................

71

0996

PLC axis data file ..........................................................................................

71

0997

PLC monitor backup data file read ...............................................................

72

0998

PLC sequence program load ........................................................................

72

0999

Synchronous tap data file read .....................................................................

73

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0700 NC start-up error

An error occurred when NC started up.

[Object] None

[Character-string] None

[Code]

0x10000000: NC Configuration read error 0x10003000: Spec code read error 0x20000000: ServoLink board initializing error 0x3XXX00YY: NC data file read error

XXX:

0x002: HD backup status file 0x004: Parameter data file 0x008: Machine data file 0x010: PLC backup data file 0x020: PLC-HMI data file 0x040: Alarm History data file 0x080: PLC AXIS data pbu file

0x100: POT TOOL data pbu file (M/C only) 0x200: MOP TOOL Tool data file (M/C only) 0x400: MOP TOOL Parameter file (M/C only) 0x800: Thermal deviation compensation data file

YY:

0x01: File read open error 0x02: File read error 0x03: Version check error 0x04: Check sum error

0x05: Double check sum error 0x06: Backupped Memory error 0x07: File write open error 0x08: File write error

0x40000000: Axis information initializing error -More than 8 axis

0x50000000: PLC data file read error -Read failed M code data file

0x60000000: I/O Initializing error -PLC variable backup file read error -I/O forced data file read error

0x70000000: ServoLink Initializing error 0x80000000: Operation buffer get error 0x90000000: PBU data file read error 0xA0000000: Shared memory size definition error 0xA1XXXXXX: AlarmService start error

XXXXXX: Error code of AlarmService library function 0xA2400002: Alarm History read error 0xA3000000: Thread monitor initializing error

0xA9000000: Initialization processing of the safety logic was not completed within 20 seconds 0xA9000001: Axis construction definition file open error

0xA9000002: Axis construction definition file read error 0xA9000003: Axis construction definition file mismatch 0xFFFFFFFF: Debug information file read error

0701 P100-Menu initialization failure

An error occurred in P100-Menu while system startup.

[Object] None

[Character-string] None

[Code]

1:NC Control file was not found.

2:PLC Control file was not found.

3:NC-HMI was not found

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4:3D real sim file was not found.

5:MacMan file was not found.

6:Version mismatch between P100-Menu and PLC Control

7:Version mismatch between P100-Menu and MacMan

8:Version mismatch between P100-Menu and NC Control

11:Conf-P100-menu read error

12:An error occurred at RTOS

13:An error occurred at UPS Service

21:NC Control start failure

22:Error in obtaining shared objects

23:PLC Control start failure

24:NC-HMI start failure

25:3D real sim start failure

26:MacMan start failure

101:Startup sequence 0x10 receive failure

200:Startup sequence 0x10 send failure

201:Startup sequence 0x20 receive failure

300:Startup sequence 0x20 send failure

301:Startup sequence 0x30 receive failure

400:Startup sequence 0x30 send failure

401:Startup sequence 0x60 receive failure

500:Startup sequence 0x60 send failure

501:Startup sequence 0x70 receive failure

600:Startup sequence 0x70 send failure

601:Startup sequence 0x7C receive failure

700:Startup sequence 0x7C send failure

701:AlarmService start failure

702:Activation sequence 0x80 receive failure

[Probable Faulty Locations]

1.Execution file name failure 2.Data file name failure 3.RTOS failure

4.UPS function failure 5.Software failure 6.Software Version failure

0702 Power failure upon start-up

[Object] None

[Character-string] None

[Code] None

[Probable Faulty Locations]

1.Power failure during while system startup 2.Power shutoff during while system startup

0703 Load information file not found

A load information file was not found.

[Object] None

[Character-string] None

[Code] None

0704 File load error

An object file was not loaded correctly.

[Object] None

[Character-string]

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None