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    SCM Record 125 ERROR CN28 Axis in alarm status?

    Does anyone have a clue what this error means and how to fix?

    Nothing on-line about it!

    The program seems to start ok then stops flagging this error. Sometimes it stops right away and sometimes the program starts and seems to be fine before the error appears??

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    Re: SCM Record 125 ERROR CN28 Axis in alarm status?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cush View Post
    Does anyone have a clue what this error means and how to fix?

    Nothing on-line about it!

    The program seems to start ok then stops flagging this error. Sometimes it stops right away and sometimes the program starts and seems to be fine before the error appears??

    Hi,

    Were you able to resolve this error? I am having the same ERROR/problem right now.

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    Re: SCM Record 125 ERROR CN28 Axis in alarm status?

    O Erro em questao nao sei , pela minha experiencia verifique se os eixos estao sem obstrução verifique sem existe algum cabo partido e por ultimo verifique os conectores no quadro.

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    Re: SCM Record 125 ERROR CN28 Axis in alarm status?

    if happens

    when you emergency stop machining stand on matt etc and then reset and try to move one of the axis can be in a dangerous position can be a end borer or z axis or tool changer.(ideally check all clear and move manually to safe position

    when referencing or in program/start of program same as above applies (aswell as axis not getting back into position) but consistent problem lies with the relays. Replace relays. If original will need to match to successor. They can stick or take to long to react, the safety and kavara work along side them so if not up to speed will cause all different types of faults depending on what telling machine to do.

    obviously check all little things like limit switches and e-stops etc

    also a bit of warmth helps

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