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D Micro Programmable Logic Controllers. Motor Stall Fault – F6 The motor has stalled If the brsdley is drawing excessive current, the motor load is excessive and will not allow the drive to accelerate to set speed.
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Inspect the wiring between the drive and motor. Brdley Sel Fault – F30 An unconnected adapter has been selected as the active frequency source. Phase W Fault – F40 A phase to ground fault has been detected between the drive and motor in this phase. Check for external noise sources. Save a new profile. If not, manually program any remaining parameters. Download can only occur with the same type of drive. Change [Cable Length] to “Long” if applicable. Phase V Fault – F39 A phase to ground fault has been detected between the drive and motor in this phase.
Inspect for proper mounting and spacing. May occur on power-up. Skip frequencies and skip bandwith eliminate all operating frequencies.
Allen Bradley 1305 Adjustable Frequency AC Drive User Manual
Drive Reset Fault – F22 May occur on power-up. 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.
Check the motor and external wiring to the drive output terminals for a shorted condition. Verify that the parameter has been programmed correctly. Error 4 – Saved data for parameter not correct for new drive. Inspect fault buffer for fault code requiring reset. Check cable connection from main control board to power board. An external pot is connected and the ground lead of the pot is disconnected, creating a potential drive overspeed hazard.
Open Pot Fault – F9 An external pot is connected and the ground lead of the pot is disconnected, creating a potential drive overspeed hazard. Error 3 – Download was attempted to a different type drive i. Check the AC line for high line voltage or transient mamual. Check for broken wires, loose connections, or transducer loss at mA input, TB2. Press Enter to continue download. DC Bus voltage fell below the minimum value. Check for a short circuit at the drive output or excessive load conditions at the motor.
An attempt has been made to set the [Run Boost] bravley to a value greater than the [Start Boost] parameter. Reprogram Fault – F48 May occur when drive 11305 reset to default settings.
Inspect the motor vff external wiring to the drive output terminals for a shorted condition. Check for excess load, improper DC boost setting, DC brake volts set too high or other causes of excess current. Overload Fault – F7 Internal electronic overload trip. Inspect for blocked or contaminated heat sink fins. Error 2 – The number of parameters in saved profile does not equal master number.
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Reset to Default Parameters and Cycle power. Check motor for grounded phase. Overtemperature Fault – F8 Temperature sensor detects excessive heat. An active local bus adapter is disconnected while it possesses control of a local bus function.
Serial Fault – F10 An active local bus adapter is kanual while it possesses control of a local bus function. Hz Err Fault – F29 No valid operating frequency. Power Test Fault – F46 Fault detected during initial start-up sequence.
Phase U Fault – F38 A phase to ground default has been detected between the drive and motor in this phase.