The servo drive produces cumulative error during normal operation
SD700 servo driver alarms during operation and the fault code is Er320
Fault Name: SD600A servo driver reports encoder fault (Er007).Symptom: When the SD600A servo drive starts and stops frequently, it is easy to report Er007, and it does not report this fault during normal operation or shutdown.
Fault Name:Great noise on SD700 servo motor during rotation.Fault Symptom:SD700 series servo motors generate too much noise during rotation at site or in the laboratory.
Fault Name:Over-voltage troubleshooting.Fault Symptom:Er.400 is reported on SD700 servo drive (the following sentences call it over-voltage).
Fault Name: Over-current troubleshooting.Fault Symptom: Er.100 is reported on SD700 servo driver (hereinafter referred to as over-current).
Fault Name: The servo drive receives no pulses.Fault Symptom:When the PLC sends a pulse to the drive, the drive cannot run and no fault is reported.
Fault Name: Er.031 is reported on SD600E servo drive.Fault Symptom: Er.031 is reported on SD600E servo drive that causes the machine not to function properly.
Fault Name: The lengths of the products cut by SD600A keel equipment are different.Fault Symptom: Customers' feedback mentioned that after the newly installed stainless steel keel equipment is put into operation, except the three materials in the accelerated state of the equipment, the lengths of the sheared out materials are different, and the cutter also gets stuck.
The servo speed is given by the analog voltage in speed mode. When the equipment is switched from the running state to the stop state (the analog voltage drop is 0V), the servo motor continues to run at low speed.