Register Forum Login Help Largest Manufacturing Technology Community On The Web HOME FORUM Articles Videos Search Search Forum Discussions Search Articles & Videos Search Entire Site ADVERTISE CONTACT US Register Login Mark may be stuck with fixing the 150 until the powers-that-be decide it can be changed. Thread Tools Display Modes December 13th, 2005, 11:03 AM #1 [email protected] Member Join Date: Dec 2005 Location: wisconsin Posts: 2 SLC150 power up cpu fault We have a machine Perhaps you have some open snubbers or supression diodes somewhere. have a peek here
[email protected] View Public Profile Find More Posts by [email protected] December 14th, 2005, 06:06 PM #5 Sheldn Member Join Date: Nov 2005 Location: Wisconsin Posts: 144 The SLC 500 Register Forgot password? Reply With Quote Quick Navigation CNC Machining Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Manufacturing Today CNC Machining CAD / CAM Additive Manufacturing (3D The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. news
I think I am asking what is an error code 6, and the second question is should I be replacing the PLC and what in the heck am I getting myself PLCS.net - Interactive Q & A > PLCS.net - Interactive Q & A > LIVE PLC Questions And Answers SLC150 power up cpu fault User Name Remember Me? Auberg
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What's New? Allen Bradley Slc 150 Software Click here now to try it. ---------->>>>>Get FREE PLC Programming Tips New Here? Is there a eprom setting that needs to get changed and some additional lines entered into our machine control ladder to stop the PLC from faulting out? http://control.com/thread/1026180344 It has a fresh battery to back-up the memory, however anytime equipment power gets shut down, the "red" cpu fault LED goes on and plc drops out of the run mode.
You can do more and the software is up-to-date. Allen Bradley Slc 5000 The time now is 11:47 PM. You will need a dos program pcis and a special interface from pc to plc which is no longer manufactured. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down.
Automation Direct (and others, I'm sure) sell basic PLC's like the 150 for reasonable prices. Please try the request again. Allen Bradley Slc 150 Manual i know the PLC5 editor will. Allen Bradley Slc 500 User Manual If so, you could replace the whole thing with something more modern.
This can be swaped from one plc to another. http://lanprolab.net/allen-bradley/allen-bradley-panelview-300-error-codes.php I would say if you are still having a problem,even with a NEW battery the PLC is gone.Get a rebuilt one on the internet,they don't make them anymore. Lancie1 View Public Profile Find More Posts by Lancie1 December 15th, 2005, 08:42 AM #7 grover1 Member Join Date: Nov 2003 Location: Walnut Creek, CA Posts: 54 Mark, Is This must be reset after any power interruption or emergency stop. Allen Bradley Slc 5 03 User Manual
Right now PLC gets back into run mode by hooking up lap-top and putting PLC back into run mode. Please try the request again. This board is for PLC Related Q&A ONLY. Check This Out Thanks again!
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It is not a trivial process and is far more than a functional check. Please click here to register! What is your project. http://lanprolab.net/allen-bradley/allen-bradley-slc-error-codes.php It is just a side project I would like to do to help technicians troubleshoot the real machines.
cable is 1745-C1.I saw a couple of SLC150's on E-BAY and I betthey sold for under $200 with programmer. I would use a 120 VAC UPS (fairly large capacity) to keep power on just the PLC during weekend shutdowns and during other minor power blips. I do have, however, a DOS editor program (AB 1745-PCD ser. I have thought of going with an OEM retrofit control as well to just get new stuff and quit monkeying with finding old parts, but budgets are tight right now, so
Does anyone out there remember these old dinosaurs? Find someone in your area who is a process engineer and repairs industrial equipment.