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    Default Re: Torq Cut 22 Spindle drive fault

    Quote Originally Posted by cooperjm View Post
    After turning on machine an enabling axsdrv I get this error. Sometimes it will wait a minute or two before erroring.

    I had the spindle running one time when it errored and it didn't apply the brake

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    Ok remove the Jumper and we will do it another way, Remove the original jumper that you put in

    The L3 line to the VFD T connection can be put back on

    Remove the L3 Fuse

    Now Jumper L1 to L3 at the power input, make sure you remove the Jumper you added when you first run your machine

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    Default Re: Torq Cut 22 Spindle drive fault

    Wouldn't swapping the lines on the vfd have the same effect?

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    Default Re: Torq Cut 22 Spindle drive fault

    Quote Originally Posted by cooperjm View Post
    Wouldn't swapping the lines on the vfd have the same effect?

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    No it would not, you can not change R and S

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    Default Re: Torq Cut 22 Spindle drive fault

    This is how it has been connected for the past year. No issues until the other day. I have a single phase coolant pump so no modifications were needed there.

    Do I need the jumper from R to T in the VFD?

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    Default Re: Torq Cut 22 Spindle drive fault

    Quote Originally Posted by cooperjm View Post
    Does any on know what the F602 fault is?
    It can be more than a lost phase. If it has been working for a year, and/or is intermittent it's likely a loose connection or distorted power. It's summer and everyone's AC units are running hard. Depending on your location voltages can be swinging wildly during the day. If you try in the middle of the night does it behave?

    See page 208 of the manual.
    https://www.yaskawa.com/delegate/get...IE-S626-6C.pdf
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    Default Re: Torq Cut 22 Spindle drive fault

    Quote Originally Posted by cooperjm View Post
    This is how it has been connected for the past year. No issues until the other day. I have a single phase coolant pump so no modifications were needed there.

    Do I need the jumper from R to T in the VFD?

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    Yes if you connect it the way you have, your jumper, it will help with fooling the phase detection

    The other way I suggested is you don't need your jumper in Green or a jumper at the VFD only one Jumper is needed L1 to L3 this will do the same as what you have without the need to have a jumper at the VFD, so all the wiring would stay the same

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    Default Re: Torq Cut 22 Spindle drive fault

    I ran jumper on the fault circuit for the VFD then turned on the machine. With the jumper in place I do not get the axis fault. Also if I hold in the VFD contractor while enabling the drives I still get the 602 error.

    I am confident that the VFD is bad. We will know in a couple of days when the replacement arrives.



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    Default Re: Torq Cut 22 Spindle drive fault

    Mactec54

    My machine has circuit breakers not fuses.

    Could you draw on the schematic the way you would wire it up. That would take the confusion out this.

    Thanks for the help.



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    Default Re: Torq Cut 22 Spindle drive fault

    Quote Originally Posted by cooperjm View Post
    Mactec54

    My machine has circuit breakers not fuses.

    Could you draw on the schematic the way you would wire it up. That would take the confusion out this.

    Thanks for the help.
    Ok no problem you can use a jumper from L1 to L3 in front of the breakers, this schematic shows how the 2 Transformers are wired they use L1 L2 L3 for there supply power , by connecting this way everything with the wiring of the machine stays the same, no jumpers needed anywhere only at the power input

    You can continue to use it the way you have and just add the Jumper at the VFD drive R to T

    The way I suggest you don't need your Green jumper or the one at the VFD

    Connecting L1 to L3 with a Jumper takes care of all the power requirement's

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