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    Spindle won't turn on VM5020

    When looking at diagnostics the zero speed input is on. When I do a tool change the spindle will orient itself correctly, but when I try to turn on the spindle (s2000 M3), it doesn't spin but I am getting V1-01= 66.5Hz on the drive. I am not getting any faults. The screen shows that I turned the spindle on but shows no load.

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    Re: Spindle won't turn on VM5020

    If your VFD has a speed knob you could change one parameter in the drive and see if it spins when using VFD panel interface

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    Re: Spindle won't turn on VM5020

    Quote Originally Posted by bencody3001 View Post
    When looking at diagnostics the zero speed input is on. When I do a tool change the spindle will orient itself correctly, but when I try to turn on the spindle (s2000 M3), it doesn't spin but I am getting V1-01= 66.5Hz on the drive. I am not getting any faults. The screen shows that I turned the spindle on but shows no load.
    Check that all the I/0 relays are working it seems your ON /Off Relay is not working, or you have a broken wire
    Mactec54

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