California Posted 10 Jul 2008 Thanks for the reply. A communication failure can happen either between the controller and the 20-COMM-E (on the Ethernet), or between the 20-COMM-E and the drive (the DPI ribbon cable). Repeat the Upload. Edited 9 Jul 2008 by rwraley Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Ken Roach 85 Propeller Head MrPLC Member 85 2487 posts Posted 10 Jul 2008 Source
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Have they been tested and verified ? What you're at it, go to the 1788-CN2DN's node table and figure out what the error code is from the 1788-CN2DN's perspective. How many packets/second of scheduled data is it handling ? Sign in here.
Take a close look at this ribbon-cable. It is almost certainly NOT the same problem that caused you to change out the 20-COMM-D modules and the drive, because it cannot just occur randomly; somebody would have had to Explore the many ways our products optimize industrial operations. Allen Bradley Powerflex 700 It is a "Linking Device 1788-CN2DN A" Devicenet cable coming in the front and Controlnet leaving out the bottom.
Your cache administrator is webmaster. Allen Bradley Ultra3000 Error Codes Ken RoachMarch 3rd, 2014, 08:20 PMIs the error code on the drive 75, or 85 ? 75 means the problem is on the DeviceNet. 85 means the problem is on the scadadavidMarch 3rd, 2014, 08:48 PMAll the LEDs on the COMM-D are lit Green and the node address rotary setting is set to "1" and "0" for node 10 and 500K Baud http://forums.mrplc.com/index.php?/topic/14569-devicenet-20-commd-adapter-faulting-drive/ Ken RoachMarch 3rd, 2014, 10:46 PMThose parameters are stored in the 20-COMM-D itself, so if you plug it back in you shouldn't get Error 77 anymore.
Gather important information. Allen Bradley Vfd Powerflex 40 Manual It's a configuration error cause by the 20-COMM-D's parameters for "Data Links" being configured incorrectly. I have now set the connection time to 300 MS and still have the fault happen a couple of times a day. scadadavidMarch 4th, 2014, 08:41 AMThat was short lived...
Error 3 The file in the HIM is for a different type of drive than the drive to which it is connected (i.e. 1336 PLUS file to 1336 IMPACT drive). The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Allen Bradley Error Codes The smaller of the two numbers is the number of parameters downloaded. Allen Bradley Plc Error Codes Generated Fri, 30 Sep 2016 04:36:25 GMT by s_hv1002 (squid/3.5.20)
Inspect the ribbon cable and pin connectors very carefully; I've had installers drop the 20-COMM-D and pull the ribbon out of its connector (not the connector out of its mating connector) this contact form Manually reprogram the parameters whose numbers are higher than the last number downloaded or whose values were incorrect. Network Error 4 - Attribute Not Supported. Since you describe everything else as working correctly, this is either a loose DPI cable or a damaged 20-COMM-D. Allen Bradley Devicenet Error Codes
If the drive can't talk to the 20-Comm-D over DPI, it gives a DPI comms fault and an "8x" error code. Verify that the correct file is being downloaded to the correct drive, then press the Enter key. That error code will tell us what to do next. have a peek here Please try the request again.
What kind of Ethernet switch are you using (make and model) ? Powerflex 753 Fault Codes I went to I/O Configuration on the ControlLogix tree and found the Device Link. Found The Status Array and then element 10's status bits.
Scanport Errors: Network Error 0 - Service Failed Due to an internal reason the master could not perform. I have a app with four Power Flex DC Drives and am having a problem with a DPI Port Five Comm Fault. Drives Service & Support General Resources Drives Service & Support > 1201 HIM Module > Error Codes HIM -> Drive Error Displayed Possible Causes Action Error 1 The HIM Allen Bradley Vfd Fault Codes It is node 10 on my Devicenet network and in RSNetworx it has a Red icon with a yellow (-) sign indicating it is in the configuration but Not on the
Typing hand* will return answers containing handset, hands-free, handbook, hand-held, handshake, and handkerchief. Training Training Products Certificates Instructor-Led Resources Train with Us Events Automation Fair Process Solutions User Group Rockwell Automation on the Move Rockwell Automation TechED Webinars Event Calendar Sales & Partners Streamline Back to Fault: Port 5 DPI Loss Ken RoachMarch 6th, 2014, 03:57 AMOkay, so you are probably back to the original problem that caused you to replace the drive and three Check This Out None - Download not allowed.
The 1788-CN2DN has the same sort of diagnostic information as the 1756-DNB, but it's only in the Status tags and obviously there's no scrolling display. During my time looking up the Status Info my co-worker found that the new VFD was set for Port 0 not Port 5. Thanks. Noise and cabling always top the list.
The 20-COMM-D really sits between two networks: it talks to the DeviceNet scanner via DeviceNet, and talks to the drive via DPI. Is this an intermittent problem that finally became acute, or a one-time thing that has not happened before ? Can some one give me any thoughts and help on this, could it be a issue with the drive, I have already had firmware problems with these drives. Network Error 1 - Service Not Supported.
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