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  1. #1
    Hello


    The alarm "APC" flashes on my Doosan Puma TL2000 with Fanuc 18i-TB.
    Since that I also can’t transmit any programs anymore,
    because the error message "memory overflow" comes up.
    But the memory itself is not full.

    Who knows about this problem.

    I've already informed our Doosan dealer but they will call me back, as usual....
    gruß Klaus

  2. #2
    Hello Klaus
    no alarm number?
    Greetings Guido

  3. #3
    No, unfortunately not.
    There is only a flashing light in the alarm window APC, nothing else...
    gruß Klaus

  4. #4
    In general one says: APC = Communication error, Battery ...
    below here there are some ways to hide more detailed errors!

    Greetings Guido
    PS. the machine is not too old? Therefore I conclude in advance that it’s not a cable problem!

  5. #5
    Yes you are right,
    I just received the info from the dealer,
    it is a battery alarm,
    But the memory overflow must be another problem...
    gruß Klaus

  6. #6
    Yes you are right,
    I just received the info from the dealer,
    it is a battery alarm,
    But the memory overflow must be another problem...
    HI

    Swap the batteries first and have a look if the memory overflow problem still persists - I doubt it.
    Are you working on or with a CF card?
    -> often consecutive fault follow which then magically appear afterwards..
    Little tip! also clean the fans of the drives ;-)

    Greetings Guido

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    I had the answer when I finished reading your article!
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