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    The memory board has a capacitor that will hold a charge for about 30 minutes which retains the data in the memory. If you can change the battery within a half hour you shouldn't loose any data. If you are really worried then leave the power on when changing the battery. It shouldn't damage the control to leave it on while changing the battery.



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    Ok, the "regeneration" procedure worked great. We are now able to turn the spindle on, tool change etc, in MDI.

    However, every time we do a toolchange we get a "25 ATC Error". Also we can not rotate the tool carousel through MDI. I believe this has to do with the tool registration page being blank. (I don't have any real experience with this style toolchanger, only the "umbrella" style). I tried going thru the manual and did find a spot that gives instructions on inputting values here, but all I get is an "E01 setting error" when I try to input anything. Could you walk me through what I'm doing wrong?

    Also, RS232 comms aren't working. Again I went thru the manual and checked and changed a few parameters but no luck. There is one parameter that handles the handshaking type. There appears to be only 3 choices - RTS/CTS, no handshaking, or DCS type. I have a 3 wire cable setup for Xon/Xoff handshaking, it makes me wonder if I'll need a cable setup for hardware handshaking. Any input here?

    Thanks so much for getting us to this point!

    Also, the control is a 330HM. Not sure what the difference between the M and HM are, but wanted to update that.



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    [QUOTE=nlh;1005999] Also, RS232 comms aren't working. Again I went thru the manual and checked and changed a few parameters but no luck. There is one parameter that handles the handshaking type. There appears to be only 3 choices - RTS/CTS, no handshaking, or DCS type. I have a 3 wire cable setup for Xon/Xoff handshaking, it makes me wonder if I'll need a cable setup for hardware handshaking. Any input here? [QUOTE]


    We have the Meldas 520 and it needed the other wires hooked up it would send from MILL to PC just fine but upload was not working .

    Give this settings a quick try made a post here is the link

    http://www.cnczone.com/forums/mazak_...ml#post1008298



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    meldas 500 series ,m01 error is appearing ,what will be the solution .



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    Quote Originally Posted by shanthikiran View Post
    meldas 500 series ,m01 error is appearing ,what will be the solution .
    If your Rapid and Feed are at zero it will give a mo1 error .



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    shanthikiran, we need the rest of the numbers after the M01. There are many different M01 alarms so it is too difficult to tell you what the problem is without the rest of the numbers.



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    Quote Originally Posted by onthebumper View Post
    E51 File open error. It's related to the battery problem.
    First would be to get the battery replaced, which is obvious, but if it's not replaced you might have to do this all over again.
    On with fixing the problem.
    Here is the step by step process to clear that alarm and set up your program area. This will also clear out your tool offsets and work offsets so if you need them then write them down.
    -Go to Doagnostic screen and then PLC I/F
    -Type (1001)( )(M) and input
    -Go to parameter page and find Base parameters (soft key)
    -Page forward until you find parameter fix_P and change it to a 1
    -Find the Erase page, It will either be under Diagnostics or Data Input/Output
    -Type in the following ( )(Format ) and press input. Answer Y if it asks.
    -Power off and on.
    -Go to Doagnostic screen and then PLC I/F
    -Type (1001)( )(M) and input
    -Go to parameter page and find Base parameters (soft key)
    -Page forward until you find parameter fix_P and change it to a 1
    -Go to Input page. It will either be under Diagnostics or Data Input/Output
    -Type 4 and press input. You should see a bunch of data scroll across the screen. These are all the canned or fixed cycles loading from the software.
    -Power off and on.

    You should be good to go.
    Dear onthebumper
    I have problem E51 Alarm and i following from your step in #11.
    But after put "FORMAT" and input have E10 memory over.
    How i do?

    Please help me.

    Regards,
    Amnaj S.



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    Does anyone know the fix for the previous post? I also tried to do the format but am getting E10 "Memory Over"



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    Default Re: Mitsubishi M-60V - Meldas 330M "M01" Error

    Hello, I have the same problem, can someone help me on how to fix the E10 Memory over. Thaks,

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    Hello, I have the same problem, can someone help me on how to fix the E10 Memory over. Thaks,



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    I've found out that "prosiz" parameter in "option 2" must be set properly.
    according to my options list it must be = 3, it means 64k or 32K, but I get no E10 "memory over" alarm if set it = 0. Got formatting passed with "format complete" message. BUT I see 6k of memory area only.
    On CPU PCB MC111 I see 4 256k x 8 chips.
    Any suggestions?



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    Default Re: Mitsubishi M-60V - Meldas 330M "M01" Error

    Morning everyone
    i have an issue with a Argo A1 that operates with Meldas 50.
    At the moment i am able to manually operate all axis but when i try to run a programme it stops at random points. i have looked throught the fault code history and the code is typically M01 0003 and M01 0007. Does anyone here have any advice? i have tried looking through the book but no joy as of yet.
    Thanks for your help.



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    Default Re: Mitsubishi M-60V - Meldas 330M "M01" Error

    M01 are operation errors which basically occur due to incorrect programming etc.. For eg M01 0007 relates to software stroke end. Maybe the offsets defined in your program are wrong.



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