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    I have P2-550 PLC SVL-210 Motor SVA-2100 Error ALE 09. I can't find what I am doing wrong????????????

  • #2
    Going to need a lot more info before anyone can even guess on it.
    Did you read the list of alarms and what they mean in the troubleshooting section of the manual?

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    • #3
      Yes I have they are are confusing me. here is the error log
      Diagnostic file created 8/13/2019 10:54:00 AM and was saved in C:\Users\Public\AutomationDirect\SSPro\Logs\Diags_ 081319105356.Log

      Operating System: Version 6.1.7601 - Windows 7/Server 2008 R2, build 7601.


      Application info follows --------------------------
      Running in Licensed Mode
      Application Path = C:\Program Files (x86)\SureServo PRO
      Version 4.1.5
      dB Version: 2.08, 11/30/2015.
      Help File = C:\Program Files (x86)\SureServo PRO\SureServo_Help.chm

      Connected Drive info follows ----------------------
      Drive Status - Excessive Deviation
      Connection: On-Line
      Model: SVA-2100 (1KW) amp
      Rev: 2.105

      Config in pc memory follows------------------------
      Current config file = C:\Users\Public\AutomationDirect\SSPRO\Configs\500 4.10.ssc
      Current status of Dirty Data: False
      Connected to: SVA-2100 (1KW) amp, rev 2.105 with 1KW, Low Inertia motor.

      Param - Value
      -------------
      000 - 2.10x
      001 - 0
      002 - 0
      003 - 0
      004 - 0
      005 - 0
      006 - 0
      007 - 0
      008 - 0
      009 -
      010 -
      011 -
      100 - 2
      101 - 101
      102 - 0
      103 - 0
      104 - 100
      105 - 100
      106 - 0
      107 - 0
      108 - 0
      109 - 2000
      110 - 1000
      111 - 1000
      112 - 100
      113 - 100
      114 - 100
      115 - 20
      116 - 250
      117 - 0
      118 - 0
      119 - 0
      120 - 0
      121 - 0
      122 - 0
      123 - 0
      124 - 0
      125 - 0
      126 - 0
      127 - 0
      128 - 0
      129 - 0
      130 - 0
      131 - 21
      132 - 0
      133 - 0
      134 - 200
      135 - 200
      136 - 500
      137 - 5
      138 - 10
      139 - 3000
      140 - 3000
      141 - 100
      142 - 20
      143 - 20
      144 - 1
      145 - 1
      146 - 1
      147 - 223
      148 - 1000
      149 - 50
      150 - 0
      151 - -5350
      152 - 40
      153 - 60
      154 - 100
      155 - 3000
      156 - 120
      200 - 35
      201 - 100
      202 - 5000
      203 - 5
      204 - 500
      205 - 100
      206 - 100
      207 - 0
      208 - 0
      209 - 2
      210 - 101
      211 - 108
      212 - 124
      213 - 127
      214 - 102
      215 - 137
      216 - 138
      217 - 21
      218 - 101
      219 - 103
      220 - 109
      221 - 105
      222 - 7
      223 - 1000
      224 - 0
      225 - 2
      226 - 0
      227 - 0
      228 - 10
      229 - 10000
      230 - 0
      231 - 68
      232 - 1
      233 - 0
      234 - 5000
      235 - 500
      236 - 500
      237 - 500
      238 - 500
      239 - 500
      240 - 500
      241 - 500
      242 - 500
      243 - 500
      244 - 0
      245 - 1
      246 - 6
      247 - 0
      248 - 0
      249 - 0
      250 - 0
      251 - 0
      252 - 0
      253 - 0
      254 - 0
      255 - 0
      256 - 0
      257 - 0
      258 - 0
      259 - 0
      260 - 1
      261 - 1
      262 - 1
      263 - 1
      264 - 0
      265 - 0
      300 - 1
      301 - 2
      302 - 8
      303 - 0
      304 - 0
      305 - 0
      306 - 0
      307 - 0
      308 - 0
      400 - 3
      401 - 13
      402 - 9
      403 - 9
      404 - 13
      405 - 2000
      406 - 0
      407 - 5
      408 - 0
      409 - 11
      410 -
      411 -
      412 -
      413 -
      414 -
      415 -
      416 -
      417 -
      418 -
      419 -
      420 -
      421 -
      422 - 0
      423 - 0

      Error Log Follows ----------------------------------

      8/13/2019 10:52:21 AM - frmMain, tmrMain, Program, 13, Type mismatch
      8/13/2019 10:52:21 AM - frmMain, tmrMain, Program, 13, Type mismatch
      8/13/2019 10:52:22 AM - frmMain, tmrMain, Program, 13, Type mismatch

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      • #4
        Did you run through the quick setup and verify jogging the motor worked properly and at different speeds? I usually test 10RPM, 100RPM, 500RPM, 1000RPM, and 2000RPM.
        After you did the jog test during quick setup, did you do any tuning of the motor?

        I see you are set to PR mode with absolute positioning. You also only have the first position set command set and no way to select another position on your digital inputs. So if you were to execute the first move you would never be able to move off that position with the way your have your parameters set now.



        Excessive deviation can be cause by things like the load being held in place by something while the motor is told too move, the load is too heavy for the motor to move properly, a wiring issue, a brake unit on the motor holding it in place while being told to move, a hardware fault in the motor or drive, and Im sure a few others as well.
        Last edited by MikeN; 08-13-2019, 12:52 PM.

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        • #5
          Did you get this resolved?
          One note: P2-35 is the position deviation fault. You have this set at 500. Maybe set this higher. I also notice a couple of other parameters:
          P2-63 is set at 1. This means you are scaling the velocity P1-09 by 0.1. Your 2000 RPM setting in p1-09 is 200.0 rpm.
          Also you have the s-curve P1-36 set at 500ms and the Accel P1-34 set at 200 ms. The Decel P1-35 is also set at 200 ms. This may give you smooth starts and stops but I think the ramps are disproportionately short compared to the s-curve.
          Maybe a short description of the application. I know I use a similar set-up in an injection mold unscrewing thread core. I ramp the s-curve at 25ms and the acceleration at 190ms and decel at 80 ms. I use zero scaling and run the servo at 2000 rpm. The total run time is less than 1 second and I have not had position deviation faults. The only time deviation fault has appeared is when the mechanism was dry and dirty (acme thread that matches the molded thread pitch). Cleaned it up, re-grease, and re-start with no issues.
          For more diagnostics, set-up P0-04 to monitor position error (set value to 4). You could also set P0-05 to current load (value to 11). Set-up the status monitors 1-5 (P0-04 to P0-08) and then from the PLC do a block read of these parameters. Then you can track things like actual counts, revs, load, position error and other things listed in the P0-02 list. If you want to see a value displayed on the front panel of the drive, set P0-02 to one of these values.
          Hope this helps.

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          • #6
            I should add one more thing that I found causes position deviation errors. If the Buss voltage is low, the servos get sluggish. I found this out when I bench tested my controls and servos. Had the controls plugged into 240 volt single phase. Moved the equipment to the production floor and plugged in the control box to a 240 outlet. Everything seemed fine, but when I ran the servos I kept getting this annoying error. I noticed that the buss voltage was only 237 volt and during testing it was 300 volt. Got the meter and found I was only delivering 202 volts to the drive. Ran into the test area and had a full 240 volts at this outlet. Checked some of the other production outlets and they were 240 volt. Seems when the transformer was set-up and installed in this location they tapped it wrong and were on the 200 volt tap. The outlet was only delivering 200 volts. Lesson learned, always check incoming voltage. Technically, the 200 volts is supposed to work with this drive, but it is at the lowest end of the specification so I think the motors were underpowered for my application.

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