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    Cincinnati arrow 1000 spindle error

    I have Cincinnati arrow 1000,the drive error,when I release emergency button the drive vfs5 240 00 2031e red led light on,i have read drive history with kollam organ software it's showing err 83 or out of range,and err 14 power bus,,the power supply is ok,because other drive are working fine,only issue on spindle,the spindle drive fault light on when I release the emergency,anyone can help on it

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    Re: Cincinnati arrow 1000 spindle error

    You would need to check the bus voltage on the main power supply- the Error 14 shows that its either too high or too low. If this bus voltage is normal, there could be an issue between the input terminals (where the bus connects) and the Drive PCB inside (i had this issue on a Simodrive 611 where i kept on getting alarms due to a slightly burnt DC link connection on one of the drives. Cleaned, soldered direct to the PCB with removal bolts and its working fine since)

    When you remove emergency, are you able to move the other axes? I am assuming you are unable to because the Spindle drive would directly give the alarm regarding the voltage

    Err 83- I am not sure what this is. If i remember correctly its a wrong command input to the drive by the user, and this may not be the cause of your problem

    Best of luck and keep us posted!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaideepshinh View Post
    You would need to check the bus voltage on the main power supply- the Error 14 shows that its either too high or too low. If this bus voltage is normal, there could be an issue between the input terminals (where the bus connects) and the Drive PCB inside (i had this issue on a Simodrive 611 where i kept on getting alarms due to a slightly burnt DC link connection on one of the drives. Cleaned, soldered direct to the PCB with removal bolts and its working fine since)

    When you remove emergency, are you able to move the other axes? I am assuming you are unable to because the Spindle drive would directly give the alarm regarding the voltage

    Err 83- I am not sure what this is. If i remember correctly its a wrong command input to the drive by the user, and this may not be the cause of your problem

    Best of luck and keep us posted!
    Thank you for your help jaideep,dc supply is ok,because the other 3 drive are connected with same dc supply,that 3 axis are working fine,the red error light is on when release emergency switch, i have open the drive and check it all,but I could not find any spark or any from drive inside,

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