so to troubleshoot, u need to answer some questions.....
- did this system used to work?
- when did it stop working?
- what does D001 show? this is the actual output current
- what is the full x200 part no? is it rated 10 amps continuous?
- did u set the output voltage to 208 from the default 230v? (a45 or so?
1 The system continues to work, but occasionally trips.
2 It has stopped three times, once in the air, once ramping into material, once cutting a straight line.
3 I will post this when I collect the info
5 I will post this when I collect the info
Chainflex® CF31 motor cable
If this fault is as intermittent as you say I would look for the unexpected ... does the spindle motor have brushes? .... I can see arcing brushes causing odd effects. If not look at the terminations of the cables to the motor especially if you have any gantry or slides ..... I would be looking for loose crimps, loose wiring, wiring damage or any signs of overheating or arcing.
I will check cable termination and report back. It is a 3-axis machine. However the last 12 inches of motor cable before connecting to the spindle do not move, the rest of it is in igus cable trays.