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How can I solve F524 error in worknench ?

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How can I solve F524 error in worknench, I am working on Kollmorgen AKD-P01206-NBCC-E000 drive with Allied motion MF0310025-A01-Z motor.
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Thank you for your reply, I was used pole wrongly 48 instead 24. This work is a new set up.
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It isn't clear in your description if this is a new commissioning or a drive/motor that has been running for some time.

I couldn't find much about this motor on the internet. What type of feedback being used is not stated.

Assuming this is a new commissioning were you successful in running a commutation alignment check or wake and shake to find the correct MOTOR.PHASE for the 3rd party motor?

The F524 Drive Foldback  is caused by excessive current in the drive to the motor, (actual current is greater than the system's - continuous current) .

Possible reasons:

#1. The "Machine Load" the motor is trying to move is excessive.

#2. The Rate of Machine duty cycle is excessive, Too much peak current is being commanded.

#3. The tuning of the drive is unstable causing oscillations in the control loops and ultimately the current loop.

#4. Motor power phasing at the drive motor output  ( UVW ) is wrong for proper commutation.

#5. Wrong motor poles are set in the custom motor parameters.

#6. The feedback is does not count up in the correct direction in agreement with the motor phasing.

#7. The commutation angle MOTOR.PHASE has not been determined or is not correct.

You may want to contact your Kollmorgen supplier or if this is OEM equipment, the OEM.

According to your record you are located in Turkey. You can get local Kollmorgen support at the following location:

Turkey

ELSİM ELEKTROTEKNİK SİSTEMLER SANAYİ VE TİCARET A.Ş.

Huzur Mah. Fazıl Kaftanoğlu Cad.No: 9
Kat:5
TR 34396
Seyrantepe / ISTANBUL

Turkey

[email protected]
+90 212 282 75 80

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