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报警(中英文)

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96-0284B 2010年6月

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报警

若存在报警,在屏幕右下角会出现闪烁的“Alarm ”(报警)。按 报警/信息(ALARM/MESGS )键来查看当前报警。所有报警都以报警号加完整的说明显示。如果按 复位(RESET )键,将从当前报警列表中删除一条报警。如果有18条以上的报警,仅显示最后18条,必须用 复位(RESET )键来查看其它报警。开始执行程序时若出现报警,将不能继续。

Alarms Display (显示报警)可在任何时候选择,只需按 报警/信息(ALARM/MESGS )键。若没有报警,显示器上会显示“No Alarm ”(没有报警)。若存在报警,它们将被列出来,最新的报警排在清单的最下方。光标键和 向上翻页(P AGE UP )和 向下翻页(P AGE DOWN )键可用于查看更多的报警。左右光标键用于打开或关闭报警记录的显示。

请注意刀库报警可以通过执行伞式刀库的ATCS 恢复程序很方便地予以纠正。首先纠正机械问题,按 复位(RESET )键直到报警被消除,选择 原点复位(ZERO RET )模式,然后选择 所有轴(ALL )即可。编辑过程中出现的一些信息是提示操作员什么地方做错了,而不是报警。

以下报警列表罗列了报警编号、与报警一同出现的文字描述、以及对报警、可能的起因、可能出现的情况、以及如何纠正的详细说明。当车床和铣床之间的报警编号含义不同时,将在报警编号之后直接加上 (L ) 或 (M )

, 或在正文中加以说明。(L )和(M )不会出现在机床显示的报警编号中。101 电机控制板通讯失败 - 电机控制板和主板的通讯检测失败。可能是由于软件或者硬件错误导致。检查软件的相关说明。检查电源电线的连接或者重新连接地址及数据线。也可能是由于电机控制板的内存损坏。检查板上的状态指示灯。

102 伺服关闭 - 说明伺服电机关闭,刀库被禁用,冷却泵关闭、以及主轴电机停机。起因是启动了紧急停止(EMERGENCY STOP )、电机故障或电源故障。次报警也会在开机时出现,以作警示。按复位(RESET )键来启动伺服系统。

103 X 轴伺服误差过大 - X 轴伺服电机负载过大报警,已经超过了参数9限定的X 轴最大负载值。伺服系统已关闭,必须按 复位(RESET )键消除报警后才能使伺服系统重新工作。由于刀具磨损过大或不正确的程序所造成的X 轴负载过大。车床:X 轴电机上的伺服刹车装置可能无法释放。需用24VDC 来释放刹车。当伺服系统通电启动时,伺服刹车装置的电源是由变压器/刹车电路板P5/P9或是在I/O 板的P78/P79提供的。检验液压板上的电源。

104 Y 轴伺服误差过大 - 加工中的刀具引起的伺服电机负载值过大报警,已经超过了参数23限定的Y 轴最大值。伺服系统已关闭,必须按 复位(RESET )键消除报警后才能使伺服系统重新工作。由于刀具磨损过大或不正确的程序所造成的Y 轴负载过大。卧加:伺服刹车装置可能无法释放。需用24VDC 来释放刹车。当伺服系统通电启动时,伺服刹车装置的电源是由变压器/刹车电路板P5/P9或是在I/O 板的P78/P79提供的。检验AMP + /-12 325VDC 总线电源。

105 Z 轴伺服误差过大 - Z 轴伺服电机负载值过大报警,已经超过了参数37限定的Z 轴最大值。伺服系统已关闭,必须按 复位(RESET )键消除报警后才能使伺服系统重新工作。由于刀具磨损过大或是不正确的程序所造成X 轴的负载过大。立加:伺服刹车装置可能无法释放。需用24VDC 来释放刹车。当伺服系统通电启动时,伺服刹车装置的电源是由变压器/刹车电路板P5/P9或是在I/O 板的P78/P79提供的。检验AMP + /-12 325VDC 总线电源。

106 A 轴伺服误差过大 - A 轴伺服电机负载过大,已经超过了参数51定义的Z 轴最大值。伺服系统已关闭,必须按 复位(RESET )键消除报警后才能使伺服系统重新工作。该报警说明刀塔分度存在故障。可能是刀塔在分度时发生碰撞,或是内部的机械问题。检验AMP + /-12 325VDC 总线电源。

车床:刀塔电机联轴结需要调整(参照机械维修手册的详细说明)刀塔可能在没有完全放开时就旋转了。检查刀塔的夹紧和放松开关是否需要调节。

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A lArms

Any time an alarm is present, the lower right hand corner of the screen will have a blinking “Alarm”. Push the AlArm display key to view the current alarm. All alarms are displayed with a reference number and a com-plete description. If the reset key is pressed, one alarm will be removed from the list of alarms. If there are more than 18 alarms, only the last 18 are displayed and the reset must be used to see the rest. The pres-ence of any alarm will prevent the operator from starting a program.

The Alarms Display can be selected at any time by pressing the Alarm mesgs button. When there are no alarms, the display will show No Alarm. If there are any alarms, they will be listed with the most recent alarm at the bottom of the list. The Cursor and Page Up and Page Down buttons can be used to move through a large number of alarms. Cursor right and left buttons can be used to turn on and off the Alarm history display.Note that tool changer alarms can be easily corrected by performing Umbrella ATCS recovery. First, correct any mechanical problem, press reset until the alarms are clear, select Zero ret mode, and select Auto All Axes. Some messages are displayed while editing to tell the operator what is wrong, but these are not alarms.The following alarm list shows alarm numbers, text displayed along with the alarm, and a detailed description of the alarm, what can cause it, when it can happen, and how to correct it. If alarm numbers have different meanings between lathes and mills, it is indicated with a (L) or a (M) directly after the alarm number or word-ing to which the text pertains. (L) and (M) do not appear in the alarm numbers on the machine display. 101 MOCON COMM. FAILURE - A self-test of communications between the moCon and main Processor failed. This can be caused by a software error or a hardware failure. Check the software release notes.

Check cable/power connections and re-seat or replace address and data bus cables. This alarm can also be caused by a moCon memory fault. Check status lights.

102 SERVOS OFF - Indicates that the servo motors are off, the tool changer is disabled, the coolant pump is off, and the spindle motor is stopped. Caused by Emergency Stop, motor fault, or power failure. Will also ap-pear upon start up of machine as an informative alarm. Press rESET to power servos on.

103 X SERVO ERROR TOO LARGE - load on X-axis Servomotor has exceeded parameter 9 X-axis max Error. Servos are turned off and you must push rESET to clear the alarm and turn on the servos. Dull cutting tools or an incorrect program is exceeding the max load for this axis. lathe: Servo brake on X axis motor may not be disengaging. 24VDC is needed to release brake. Servo brake power is supplied from Trans/Brake PCB P5/P9, or on I/O PCB P78/P79 when servos are powered on. Verify power to hydraulic card.

104 Y SERVO ERROR TOO LARGE - load on live Tool Servomotor has exceeded parameter 23 Y-axis max Error. Servos are turned off and you must push rESET to clear the alarm and turn on the servos. Dull cutting tools or an incorrect program is exceeding the max load for this axis. Horizontal mill: Servo brake may not be disengaging. 24VDC is needed to release brake. Power for servo brake is supplied from Trans/Brake PCB P5/P9, or on I/O PCB P78/P79 when servos are powered on. Verify power to AmP +/- 12 325VDC Buss.105 Z SERVO ERROR TOO LARGE - load on Z-axis Servomotor has exceeded parameter 37 Z-axis max Error. Servos are turned off and you must push rESET to clear the alarm and turn on the servos. Dull cutting tools or an incorrect program is exceeding the max load for this axis. Vertical mill : Servo brake may not be disengaging. 24VDC is needed to release brake. Power for servo brake is supplied from Trans/Brake PCB P5/P9, or on I/O PCB P78/P79 when servos are powered on. Verify power to AmP +/- 12 325VDC Buss.106 A SERVO ERROR TOO LARGE - load on the A-axis Servomotor has exceeded parameter 51 Z-axis max Error. The servos will be turned off and you must push rESET to clear the alarm and turn on the servos. This is the Turret Index Servo; this alarm indicates that there is a problem with the Turret. The Turret may have hit something while trying to index, or a mechanical problem that prevents normal movement may have occurred. Verify power to AmP +/- 12 325VDC Buss.

Lathe: Turret may need motor coupling adjustment (See mechanical service manual for details). Turret may have rotated before being completely unclamped. Check adjustment of Turret locked/Unlocked switches.