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Posted By Vincent Bourrelly Feb 16, 2024 06:08:00 AM
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Hello Patel you can find some information in this documentation Logix 5000 Controllers Messages (Publication 1756-PM012J-EN-P) (rockwellautomation.com) Or if you have a TechConnect contract you can access this Technical Note that have many details: Message CIP Paths for Logix Controllers (custhelp.com) ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly Feb 16, 2024 02:20:00 AM
Found In Egroup: Drives, Motion Control & Low Voltage Products
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Hello Fabunmi Good that you ordered a new motor, Like I have said it is very likely that the motor is damaged... don't forget the cables, rick with compatibility. To access the TechNote that MiKa sent you You need a techConnect contract (you must subscribe a contract for that) I recommend you ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly Feb 15, 2024 02:26:49 AM
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Hello GAAM the Kinetix FW Regards ------------------------------ Vincent BOURRELLY EMEA Commercial Project Engineer Intelligent Devices – Mechatronics (Motion Control & Safety) ------------------------------
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly Feb 14, 2024 04:23:43 AM
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Hi GAAM , Yes you have the good data . Regarding the Motor Connection and Power Module connection ,I don't think that is related to Up time What is not available is the CIP time of the Motor Connection... not sure why. What is your FW version ? regards ------------------------------ ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly Feb 13, 2024 11:23:51 AM
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Hi GAAM I don't have access to a K6500 at the moment . If I remember you should be able to access those data from the web page . Have you tried all the tabs . But I may confuse with K5700 this is what you found on K5700 ------------------------------ Vincent BOURRELLY EMEA Commercial ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly Feb 13, 2024 09:40:52 AM
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Hi Fabunmi. So have you seen any issue with the motor encoder ? Have you check the optical fibers integrity ? If you unscrew the sercos fiber (the front one) on the Sercos card do you have a red light coming out from the fiber ? Do you have a motor to replace the actual one for a test ? Are ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly Feb 13, 2024 04:29:59 AM
Found In Egroup: Drives, Motion Control & Low Voltage Products
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Ho I see So you have a dual axis feedback configured ? because the picture you send show an external encoder , not the Internal Motor encoder of the MPL-B680B-M . To brake a coupling like this what did happen ? looks like a shock ? If you change the auxiliary encoder that is broken, there is still ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly Feb 13, 2024 02:51:43 AM
Found In Egroup: Drives, Motion Control & Low Voltage Products
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Hello Fabunmi At power up the Sercos protocol check if the motor that you use is compatible with the application configuration, if not the SERCOS phase stuck in phase 3. Did you change any device ? did you reload your application code ? Do you have a fault code (#....) that would help?? From ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly Feb 13, 2024 02:12:00 AM
Found In Egroup: Drives, Motion Control & Low Voltage Products
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Hello Lopez Martinez Yes MMA is the replacement of the HPK . Please refer to this product page for detail and configuration. Kinetix MMA Asynchronous Main Motors | Allen-Bradley (rockwellautomation.com) There is many options in MMA configuration. When it's time for migration, I strongly recommend ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly Feb 08, 2024 02:19:27 PM
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Ok thanks for the details Mike If you have a recipe that provides a position to achieve, then using MAM instruction will simplify the task and make the system move much more accurate and with absolute position. If you need to start on a sensor and Stop on a sensor, then MAJ and MAS will work... with ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly Feb 08, 2024 12:09:34 PM
Found In Egroup: Drives, Motion Control & Low Voltage Products
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Hi Mike 1st make sure that you should use a controller that supports Motion control. If your indexing was made to move step by step to specific positions, then a MAM (Motion axis move) instruction will be more appropriate. MAPC (Came profile) could also be an option... But 1st you should understand ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly Feb 08, 2024 02:26:00 AM
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Hello GAAM thanks for the clear feedback Pollution can be a real problem in some cases, what type of pollution do you have ? Would be good to send one of your defective motors to Rockwell Automation. For further investigation. For that, you should get in contact with your local Rockwell ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly Feb 07, 2024 05:29:00 AM
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Thanks a lot Manesh for the clear and honest reply. You will certainly understand that if you are not using Rockwell Automation cable we can guarantee full integrity. since we don't know the cable specifications, quality and durability. We can't also know if those cables respect the ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly Feb 07, 2024 02:03:00 AM
Found In Egroup: Drives, Motion Control & Low Voltage Products
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Hello GAAM, good to see you Just to have more details about your issue How old is this installation? Is the motor impacted a fixed motor or is it moving, so the feedback cable is moving? Did the occurrence of the fault increase in time? Did there is important vibration or important ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly Feb 06, 2024 11:10:00 AM
Found In Egroup: Drives, Motion Control & Low Voltage Products
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Hi Rivera If you don't have Techconnect access you will not be able to review this TechNote. Please refer to this TechConnect Remote Support Center How To Videos | Rockwell Automation. You will see that the type and number of Drives is important in the Shared configuration Please follow ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly Feb 06, 2024 02:47:00 AM
Found In Egroup: Drives, Motion Control & Low Voltage Products
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Thanks Manesh indeed RSSI is low. Are you using Allen Bradley Cables ? Are you respecting the maximum cable length and bending radius? All the drives show the same RSSI (Low value) ? Regards ------------------------------ Vincent BOURRELLY EMEA Commercial Project Engineer ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly Feb 02, 2024 02:38:00 AM
Found In Egroup: Drives, Motion Control & Low Voltage Products
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Hi Rivera S31 Fault is a BUS regulation issue. and we have a technNote on this : Kinetix 5500/5700 Drive: FLT S31 – BUS REG FAILURE (custhelp.com) Did that issue occurs always on the same drive of the same machine ? can you tell more about that ? What is the drive model and FW installed ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly Jan 31, 2024 10:30:19 AM
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Hi Morley Good question. Why would you need to change the HomePosition? Most of the time is due to a change in mechanics , Tool change, Product Change...etc But indeed it would be good that Michael give us more details regards ------------------------------ Vincent BOURRELLY EMEA Commercial ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly Jan 31, 2024 10:12:00 AM
Found In Egroup: Drives, Motion Control & Low Voltage Products
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Hello Rick please look at this tech note from the Rockwell automation knowledge base Kinetix 300 drive, error E19 (custhelp.com) you can also look at the Kinetix300 manual Kinetix 300 EtherNet/IP Indexing Servo Drives Users Manual (rockwellautomation.com) look at Position Limit and ...
Posted By Vincent Bourrelly Jan 31, 2024 03:45:14 AM
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@fuzzy logic Thanks Fuzzy. Yes I have seen that after ;)... a bit late on this one :D ------------------------------ Vincent BOURRELLY EMEA Commercial Project Engineer Intelligent Devices – Mechatronics (Motion Control & Safety) ------------------------------