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S300 & S700 Errors and Warnings >

This content is extracted from the DriveGUI documentation. 

PxMM Fault Handling For The AKD2G Drive >

Sample KAS Fault Handling code and project has been created for KAS applications that utilize the AKD2G drive. Differences in parameter names and functionality between the AKD and AKD2G led to the new code being created. The following shows parts of…

Jogging when travel Limit switch inputs are active lead to overspeed error when limit switch is released >

In past servo applications I have used the Servo designated forward and reverse travel limit switch configuration to stop any motor jog movement that exceeds a safe position.  I'm configuring my PDMM limit switch set up and have…

EtherCAT Coupler Error Handling And Diagnosis >

The KAS IDE help has an extensive section on EtherCAT error handling. 

Clearing an AKD-C Power Supply Fault from a PxMM Application Program >

Method 1: Add CPS.Control Object 3000 to the PDO mappings Example: Then map the Object to a Dictionary variable in the project. Example below shows mapping  CPS.Controls to a PLC variable named CPSControl

PDMM Error Reporting FB: Outputs up to 5 drive Errors >

The attached kUDFB named MLFB_AKDFAULT_5 will report up to 5 errors when called with an AKD servo axis using PipeNetwork Motion. The following code shows calling the kUDFB then reading the  present drive faults of 2 different AKD drives: The outputs…

Division by Zero in PLC Programs >

When debugging a program in KAS, you may run into a situation where there is a division by zero. These errors can be challenging to locate. The solution is to have an exception routine for this condition. Adding a breakpoint in your exception handler…

Error Message F04 >

Valid for S300, S400, S600, S700 Display Meaning Possible causes  Measures S300/S700 Measures S400/S600 F04  Feedback 

Error Message F15 >

Valid for S300, S400, S600, S700 Display Meaning Possible cause Measure S300/S700 Measure S400/S600 F15 I²t maximum value exceeded
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