How Are Multiple Errors Displayed?

25 August, 2023

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IIndramat products seldom experience issues or malfunctions during regular operation. In the rare event that they do, an error code will be shown on the H1 display. This display indicates the specific errors encountered by the servo when there's no communication interface. The design of the display allows for the possibility of highlighting multiple errors simultaneously.

Regardless of the error type or whether your servo has encountered a single error or multiple errors, it's crucial to promptly resolve them to ensure the drive continues to operate smoothly without any issues.


Analyzing the H1 display

The H1 display is housed on the front at the top of the servo in a position such that it is clearly visible. Although it is a two-character display, it highlights all four characters of the error code by highlighting them as two character sets with two characters in each set. The sets are displayed in an alternating manner at a time.

For instance, if your drive encounters an F634 Emergency Stop error, the error code is highlighted on the display as F6 followed by 34 and is displayed until the fault is cleared.

If there are multiple errors, the display portrays the errors in the following order.

  • Error diagnostic message (This is the most critical error)
  • Warning diagnostic message
  • Command error (This is the least critical error)

FAQs


What is the order in which the E350 warning, F318 error code and C001 message are indicated on the H1 display?

If your drive encounters several errors, all of them are portrayed on the H1 display according to the order mentioned above. In other words, the errors are displayed in the order they have to be attended to and cleared first.


What is the order in which the E350 warning, F318 error code and C001 message are indicated on the H1 display?

The H1 display highlights the E350 warning, F318 error code and C001 message in the order given below.

F3 – 18 – E3 – 50 – C0 – 01

In other words, the F type errors are always displayed first followed by the E type errors and then the C type errors. They are intended to be cleared in the same order of priority to avoid the drive functionality from getting affected. Each error message is meant to be cleared from the display after it has been fixed.

Wake Industrial can be your trusted partner when you are looking for professional help or guidance in resolving the displayed errors. Whether the drive has encountered a single error or multiple errors, you can always rely on us for a solution to your problem. Our factory repair personnel are known for their years of expertise in this field and are always ready to help you out whenever you need their assistance. We can also fix other servo-related errors that you may have failed to notice earlier. If the error code is due to a faulty or broken part, we can do a factory repair or replacement depending on what is most appropriate for the affected part.


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