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ACS 2000AD
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Troubleshooting Manual

Software Version: LDAI6140
Release Date: 12/15/2012




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Table of Contents
Table of Contents ................................................................................................................. 4
Faults ................................................................................................................................................... 7
Alarms ............................................................................................................................................... 38





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Faults

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ACDA FC1 Active
Description ACDA requesting Fault Class 1 (MCB opening), received via CH4; DataSet 100 Value 3 - Bit02
Causes - Fault class 2 with low priority in ACAD (auxiliary control device adapter) is active Wrong
parameter settings (e.g. Node Addr.)
- DDCS fiber optic cables are not properly connected or have Wrong polarity
- Aux. Control Device Adapater (ACDA) board defective
Rectification 1 Check reasson for FC2 in Aux. Control Device Adapater (ACDA)
2 Check that parameter settings correspond to the external communication interface
3 Check power supply of external communication interface
4 Check connections and polarity of fiber optics
5 Check Aux. Control Device Adapater (ACDA)
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.09: FAULT WORD 1 FC1 Bit b14
Related Parameters Related IO AMC34 - CH4

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ACDA FC2 Active
Description ACDA requesting Fault Class 2 (MCB stays closed), received via CH4 ; DataSet 100 Value 3 -
Bit03
Causes - Fault class 2 in ACAD (auxiliary control device adapter) is active
- Wrong parameter settings (e.g. Node Addr.)
- DDCS fiber optic cables are not properly connected or have Wrong polarity
- Aux. Control Device Adapater (ACDA) board defective
Rectification 1 Check reasson for FC2 in Aux. Control Device Adapater (ACDA)
2 Check that parameter settings correspond to the external communication interface
3 Check power supply of external communication interface
4 Check connections and polarity of fiber optics
5 Check Aux. Control Device Adapater (ACDA)
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.20: FAULT WORD 1 FC2 Bit b14
Related Parameters Related IO AMC34 - CH4

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AI_Ref1Lost_FC1
Description Analog input of reference value 1 is lost
Causes - Wrong wiring
- Wrong parameter setting
Rectification 1) Check wiring
2) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.13: FAULT WORD 5 FC1 Bit b07
Related Parameters Related IO

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AI_Ref1Lost_FC2
Description External reference 1 signal loss.
Causes - Analoge input signal is missing or signal level has dropped below the present minimum limit
- Wrong signal type selected (mA, V)
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
- Grounding of wiring may be done improperly
- IOEC Module
Rectification 1 Check parameter settings.
2 Check the auxiliary power supply of the external control device (if installed).
3 Measure the input signal with a multimeter to verify the correct signal level. If there is no signal
at all, check the wiring between the external control device and the analog input
4 Check IOEC
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.21: FAULT WORD 2 FC2 Bit b00
Related Parameters Related IO

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AI_Ref2Lost_FC1
Description Analog input of reference value 2 is lost
Causes - Wrong wiring
- Wrong parameter setting
Rectification 1) Check wiring
2) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.13: FAULT WORD 5 FC1 Bit b08
Related Parameters Related IO

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AI_Ref2Lost_FC2
Description External reference 2 signal loss.
Causes - Analoge input signal is missing or signal level has dropped below the present minimum limit
- Wrong signal type selected (mA, V)
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
- Grounding of wiring may be done improperly
- IOEC Module
Rectification 1 Check parameter settings.
2 Check the auxiliary power supply of the external control device (if installed).
3 Measure the input signal with a multimeter to verify the correct signal level. If there is no signal
at all, check the wiring between the external control device and the analog input
4 Check IOEC
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.21: FAULT WORD 2 FC2 Bit b01
Related Parameters Related IO

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AMC: FAULT CLASS 1D
Description Fault class 1 fault with defect is active (reset of fault is only possible with a power cycle of the
AMC board)
Causes Pending FC1 with defect
Rectification Check for other faults
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.19: FAULT WORD 1 FC1D Bit b00
Related Parameters Related IO


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ARC Detected FC1
Description Process Stop function (used as ARC Detection) is active (as requested)

NOTE!
Process Stop function is used - fault alarm text are indicated as "ARC Detected FC1" ARC is set
by parameter 210.20.
Causes - Process Stop function (used as ARC detection) is active (as requested)
- Wrong parameter settings
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
Rectification 1 Check parameter settings
2 Check programmed "Process Stop" function (limit value, monitored signal)
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.13: FAULT WORD 5 FC1 Bit b13
Related Parameters Related IO

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ARC Detected FC2
Description Process Stop function (used as ARC Detection) is active (as requested)

NOTE!
Process Stop function is used - fault alarm text are indicated as "ARC Detected FC2" ARC is set
by parameter 210.20.
Causes - Process Stop function (used as ARC detection) is active (as requested)
- Wrong parameter settings
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
Rectification 1 Check parameter settings
2 Check programmed "Process Stop" function (limit value, monitored signal)
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.22: FAULT WORD 3 FC2 Bit b13
Related Parameters Related IO

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ARU FC1Trip
Description Trip req. from ARU
Causes Fault in ARU side.
Rectification Check fault logger on ARU panel.
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU FC1
Fault Word 09.09: FAULT WORD 1 FC1 Bit b07
Related Parameters Related IO

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AuxRideThrough
Description An auxiliary supply power loss is detected through digital input.
Causes - External undervoltage monitoring device active (digital input)
- Internal cooling water pressure to low
- Wrong parameter settings
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
- S800 I/O Moule faulty
- S800 terminal unit broken
Rectification 1 Check undervoltage monitoring device
2 Check other faults (water cooling system)
3 Check wiring
4 Check parameters settings
5 Check S800 modules
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.10: FAULT WORD 2 FC1 Bit b10
Related Parameters Related IO

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BatteryPower1Flt
Description Battery has a pending alarm
Causes - faulty battery
- wrong parameter settings
- wrong wiring
Rectification 1) Check battery
2) Check parameter settings
3) Check wiring
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.10: FAULT WORD 2 FC1 Bit b07
Related Parameters Related IO

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BatteryPower2Flt
Description Battery has a pending alarm
Causes - faulty battery
- wrong parameter settings
- wrong wiring
Rectification 1) Check battery
2) Check parameter settings
3) Check wiring
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.10: FAULT WORD 2 FC1 Bit b08
Related Parameters Related IO

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Calibration Fault
Description Analog input calibration fault.
Causes Terminal blocks were not disconnected while automatic analog input calibration was started
Rectification Disconnect terminal blocks
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.13: FAULT WORD 5 FC1 Bit b06
Related Parameters Related IO

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CC1 PressDropFlt
Description Cooling circuit 1 (converter compartment) pressure drop fault
Causes - wrong settings of pressure monitoring
- faulty pressure sensor
- wrong wiring
- wrong parameter settings
- no 3phase auxiliary power available
Rectification 1) Check HW settings of pressure sensor
2) Check sensor
3) Check wiring
4) Check parameter settings
5) Check 3phase power supply
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 52.01: ACU FAULT WORD 1 FC1 Bit b00
Related Parameters 52.01 54.12 Related IO IOEC1 - DI10


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CC2 PressDropFlt
Description Cooling circuit 2 (DTL, in case of ACS 2000 6kV configuration, or integrated transformer
compartment) pressure drop fault
Causes - Wrong settings of pressure monitoring
- faulty pressure sensor
- wrong wiring
- wrong parameter settings
- no 3ph aux power available
Rectification 1) Check HW settings of pressure sensor
2) Check sensor
3) Check wiring
4) Check parameter settings
5) Check 3ph power supply
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 52.01: ACU FAULT WORD 1 FC1 Bit b01
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC3 - DI3

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CH0 CommLoss
Description AMC DDCS CH0 communication lost
Causes - Communication time-out setting too small
- Wrong parameter settings (e.g. Node Addr.)
- DDCS fiber optic cables are not properly connected or have wrong polarity
- AMC board defective
- Fieldbus Module defective
Rectification 1 Check that parameter settings correspond to the external communication interface
2 Check power supply of external communication interface
3 Check connections and polarity of fiber optics
FaultClass INU FC1, FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.09: FAULT WORD 1 FC1 Bit b09
Related Parameters Related IO AMC34 - CH0

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CH0 CommLoss
Description AMC DDCS CH0 communication lost
Causes - Communication time-out setting too small
- Wrong parameter settings (e.g. Node Addr.)
- DDCS fiber optic cables are not properly connected or have wrong polarity
- AMC board defective
- Fieldbus Module defective
Rectification 1 Check that parameter settings correspond to the external communication interface
2 Check power supply of external communication interface
3 Check connections and polarity of fiber optics
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.20: FAULT WORD 1 FC2 Bit b10
Related Parameters Related IO

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CH2 CommLoss
Description AMC DDCS CH2 communication lost
Causes - Communication time-out setting too small
- Wrong parameter settings (e.g. Node Addr.)
- DDCS fiber optic cables are not properly connected or have Wrong polarity
- AMC board defective
Rectification 1 Check that parameter settings correspond to the external communication interface
2 Check power supply of external communication interface
3 Check connections and polarity of fiber optics
FaultClass INU FC1, FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.09: FAULT WORD 1 FC1 Bit b10
Related Parameters Related IO AMC34 - CH2

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CH2 CommLoss
Description AMC DDCS CH2 communication lost
Causes - Communication time-out setting too small
- Wrong parameter settings (e.g. Node Addr.)
- DDCS fiber optic cables are not properly connected or have Wrong polarity
- AMC board defective
Rectification 1 Check that parameter settings correspond to the external communication interface
2 Check power supply of external communication interface
3 Check connections and polarity of fiber optics
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.20: FAULT WORD 1 FC2 Bit b11
Related Parameters Related IO

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CH4 CommLoss
Description AMC DDCS CH4 communication lost
Causes - Communication time-out setting too small
- Wrong parameter settings (e.g. Node Addr.)
- DDCS fiber optic cables are not properly connected or have Wrong polarity
- AMC board defective
Rectification 1 Check that parameter settings correspond to the external communication interface
2 Check power supply of external communication interface
3 Check connections and polarity of fiber optics
FaultClass INU FC1, FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.09: FAULT WORD 1 FC1 Bit b11
Related Parameters Related IO AMC34

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CH4 CommLoss
Description AMC DDCS CH4 communication lost
Causes - Communication time-out setting too small
- Wrong parameter settings (e.g. Node Addr.)
- DDCS fiber optic cables are not properly connected or have Wrong polarity
- AMC board defective
Rectification 1 Check that parameter settings correspond to the external communication interface
2 Check power supply of external communication interface
3 Check connections and polarity of fiber optics
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.20: FAULT WORD 1 FC2 Bit b12
Related Parameters Related IO

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ChargeTimeMinimum
Description Charging time was shorter than minimum charging time.
DC voltage has reached charging level before the minimum charging time has elapses. MCB is
prevented from closing.
Causes - Fault in voltage measurement
- Faulty capacitors
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1 Check charging unit
2 Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.10: FAULT WORD 2 FC1 Bit b02
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC1 - DO4/DO5


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ChargingTimeout
Description Charging of DC link failed due to timeout. Maximum charging time exceeded.
Causes - Faulty charging circuit
- Wrong parameter settings.
Rectification 1 Check charging method
2 Check charging transformer
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.10: FAULT WORD 2 FC1 Bit b00
Related Parameters Related IO

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ConvAirTemp_Critical
Description Air temperature inside the converter (COU) has reached a critical temperature of 80 C. Forced
shut off of converter to protect electronic components.
Causes - Excessive air temperature
- Faulty temperature sensor
- Wrong wiring
Rectification 1) Lower ambient temperature of installation
2) Check temperature sensor
3) Check wiring
FaultClass INU Fault Class 1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 52.02: ACU FAULT WORD 2 FC1 Bit b01
Related Parameters Related IO

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ConvAirTempHigh
Description Air temperature inside the converter (COU) too high. Fault level reached
Causes - Faulty temperature sensor
- Wrong wiring
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check temperature sensor
2) Check wiring
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 52.03: ACU FAULT WORD 1 FC2 Bit b00
Related Parameters Related IO

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ConvHeaterMon
Description Monitoring of converter space heater has released
Causes - Thermal protection of converter space heater has released
- Wrong parameter settings
- Wrong wiring
Rectification 1) Check thermal protection inside the COU
2) Check parameter settings
3) Check wiring
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 52.02: ACU FAULT WORD 2 FC1 Bit b10
Related Parameters Related IO

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ConvHeaterMon
Description Monitoring of converter space heater has released
Causes - Thermal protection of converter space heater has released
- Wrong wiring
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check thermal protection
2) Check wiring
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 52.03: ACU FAULT WORD 1 FC2 Bit b10
Related Parameters Related IO

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CubicleDoor(s)Open
Description Cubicle door status open while in operating state.
Causes - Loose or disconnected wires)
Rectification 1 Check control cables
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.09: FAULT WORD 1 FC1 Bit b06
Related Parameters Related IO

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CustSupSig1
Description Customer supervision function 1 is active.
Causes - The customer supervision function 1 is active (as requested)
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1 Check "monitored" signal (as requesetd)
2 Check connection in supervision function
3 Check parameters settings
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.22: FAULT WORD 3 FC2 Bit b08
Related Parameters Related IO

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CustSupSig1
Description Customer supervision function 1 is active.
Causes - The customer supervision function 1 is active (as requested)
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1 Check "monitored" signal (as requesetd)
2 Check connection in supervision function
3 Check parameters settings
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.11: FAULT WORD 3 FC1 Bit b09
Related Parameters Related IO

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CustSupSig2
Description Customer supervision function 2 is active.
Causes - The customer supervision function 2 is active (as requested)
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1 Check "monitored" signal (as requesetd)
2 Check connection in supervision function
3 Check parameters settings
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.22: FAULT WORD 3 FC2 Bit b09
Related Parameters Related IO


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CustSupSig2
Description Customer supervision function 2 is active.
Causes - The customer supervision function 2 is active (as requested)
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1 Check "monitored" signal (as requesetd)
2 Check connection in supervision function
3 Check parameters settings
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.11: FAULT WORD 3 FC1 Bit b10
Related Parameters Related IO

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CustSupSig5
Description Customer supervision function 5 is active.
Causes - The customer supervision function 5 is active (as requested)
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1 Check "monitored" signal (as requesetd)
2 Check connection in supervision function
3 Check parameters settings
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.22: FAULT WORD 3 FC2 Bit b06
Related Parameters Related IO

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CustSupSig5
Description Customer supervision function 5 is active.
Causes - The customer supervision function 5 is active (as requested)
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1 Check "monitored" signal (as requesetd)
2 Check connection in supervision function
3 Check parameters settings
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.11: FAULT WORD 3 FC1 Bit b11
Related Parameters Related IO

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DC < MCBCloseLevel
Description DC level too low, MCB closing failed (AuxOn Seq)
Causes - DC link voltage level at which The MCB closing is enabled (MCB close order possible) not
reached.
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1 Check that parameter settings are correct and correspond to the MCB control interface
2 Check charging unit
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.09: FAULT WORD 1 FC1 Bit b04
Related Parameters Related IO

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DC NotCharging
Description DC not rising after charging started (the DC - Voltage is not rising above discharge level within
2s after charging command has been given).
Causes - Fault in voltage measurement
- Faulty capacitors
Rectification 1 Check and measure the charging circuit.
2 Check the inverter measured DC voltage levels.
3 Measure the input supply voltage.
4 Measure all three phase to phase voltages under normal operation to ensure that your supply
is stiff.
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.10: FAULT WORD 2 FC1 Bit b03
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC1 - DO5

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DischargingTimeout
Description Discharging of DC link failed due to timeout. Maximum discharging time exceeded. Before the
DC link is considered as discharged (and for example the cabinet door locking is released) the
measured DC voltage level has to be below the discharged level.
Causes - Faulty discharging circuit (discharging will take place via ARU)
- Wrong parameter settings.
Rectification 1 Check discharging method
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.10: FAULT WORD 2 FC1 Bit b01
Related Parameters Related IO

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DynOverSpeed Limit
Description Actual speed is bigger than allowed limit for this speed.
(ActSpeed >Reference x DynOverSpeedLim)
Causes - The monitored value is above the value set by parameter
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check the limit in parameter group 48
2) Check value of monitored signal
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.22: FAULT WORD 3 FC2 Bit b10
Related Parameters Related IO

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ExternalMotor
Description External motor protection fault
Causes - External motor system faulty
- Wrong wiring
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Verify parameter settings
2) Check wiring
3) Check the motor
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.24: FAULT WORD 5 FC2 Bit b05
Related Parameters Related IO


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ExternalTrafo
Description External transformer fault
Causes - External transformer circuit has a pending fault
- Wrong wiring
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check external transformer protection circuit
2) Check wiring
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.14: FAULT WORD 6 FC1 Bit b00
Related Parameters Related IO

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FactoryMacroFailed
Description Factory parameter file or factory macro parameter file storing or restoring has failed
Causes - Factory macro is corrupt
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.21: FAULT WORD 2 FC2 Bit b07
Related Parameters 99.13 16.06 Related IO

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GndSwitchClosed
Description DC link grounding switch closed ackn. while charging.
Causes - Ground switch closed
- No feedback signal from grounding isolator
- Malfunction in control circuit of grounding isolator
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
Rectification 1 Check that grounding isolator is open.
2 If not, close all doors and open grounding isolator
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.09: FAULT WORD 1 FC1 Bit b05
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC1 - DI5/DI6

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HV DC ChrgRelay
Description High voltage side "DC link charging relay" - fault monitoring. The DC high voltage side is not
charging - the relay is maybe broken.
Causes - HV charging relay broken
- Wrong parameter settings
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
Rectification 1 Check charging unit
2 Check HV - Relay
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.10: FAULT WORD 2 FC1 Bit b05
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC1 - DO4

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InpSw CtrlFlt
Description Input switch has not operated on time (Valid for isolator and breaker). Feedback signal not
received within defined time.
Causes - Input switch not operating
- Wrong parameter setting
- Position indicator defective
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
Rectification 1 Check input switch position (Isolator / Breaker)
2 Check input switch indicator devices
3 Check power supply for inverter
4 Check parameter settings
5 Check wiring and connections
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.16: FAULT WORD 8 FC1 Bit b01
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC3 - DI11/DI12

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InpSw WrongPos
Description Input switch has a wrong position (Valid for isolator and breaker). Not correct position feedback
signals while the drive state was RDYON or higher. If the closed and open ackn.-signals are
active at the same time, the fault is also generated (in any state).
Causes - Wrong parameter setting
- Position indicator defective
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
Rectification 1 Check input switch position (Isolator / Breaker)
2 Check input switch indicator devices
3 Check parameter settings
4 Check wiring and connections
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.16: FAULT WORD 8 FC1 Bit b00
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC3 - DI11/DI12

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IntTrAirTempHigh
Description Air temperature isnside the integrated transformer cubicle too high. Fault level reached
Causes - Faulty temperature sensor
- Wrong wiring
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check temperature sensor
2) Check wiring
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 52.02: ACU FAULT WORD 2 FC1 Bit b00
Related Parameters Related IO

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IOEC Module 1
Description IOEC module 1 is faulty
Causes - Pending HW fault on IOEC1
- Wrong node address setting
- Wrong wiring (supply voltage)
Rectification 1) Check IOEC
2) Check node address
3) Check wiring (supply voltage)
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.13: FAULT WORD 5 FC1 Bit b00
Related Parameters Related IO


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IOEC Module 2
Description IOEC module 2 is faulty
Causes - Pending HW fault on IOEC2
- Wrong node address setting
- Wrong wiring (supply voltage)
Rectification 1) Check IOEC
2) Check node address
3) Check wiring (supply voltage)
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.13: FAULT WORD 5 FC1 Bit b01
Related Parameters Related IO

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IOEC Module 3
Description IOEC module 3 is faulty
Causes - Pending HW fault on IOEC3
- Wrong node address setting
- Wrong wiring (supply voltage)
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check IOEC
2) Check node address
3) Check wiring (supply voltage)
4) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.13: FAULT WORD 5 FC1 Bit b02
Related Parameters Related IO

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IOEC Module 4
Description IOEC module 4 is faulty
Causes - Pending HW fault on IOEC4
- Wrong node address setting
- Wrong wiring (supply voltage)
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check IOEC
2) Check node address
3) Check wiring (supply voltage)
4) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.13: FAULT WORD 5 FC1 Bit b03
Related Parameters Related IO

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IOEC Modules
Description Sum fault of IOEC modules
Causes One of the IOECs has a pending fault
Rectification Check for other faults
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.13: FAULT WORD 5 FC1 Bit b05
Related Parameters Related IO

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IOEC1-DO6 ContGlued
Description Digital output relay contact of MCB trip command is glued (IOEC1 - DO6)
Causes - Contact glued because of too high switching current
- One of the MCB interposing relay coil is glued
- Wrong wiring
Rectification 1) Check DO6 on IOEC1
2) Check interposing relays
3) Check wiring
FaultClass INU FC1D
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.19: FAULT WORD 1 FC1D Bit b01
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC1 - DI13/DO6

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LimitSupervision
Description Actual or reference value of one or more monitoring functions is below or above the limit value.
Causes - The value which is monitored is below or above the limit value set by parameter
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1 Check the limit word 08.06 LIMIT WORD 2 to find out which actual or reference signal is on
the limit
2 Check the limit value of the monitored signal
3 Check parameters settings
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.22: FAULT WORD 3 FC2 Bit b07
Related Parameters Related IO

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LimitSupervision
Description Actual or reference value of one or more monitoring functions is below or above the limit value.
Causes - The value which is monitored is below or above the limit value set by parameter
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1 Check the limit word 08.06 LIMIT WORD 2 to find out which actual or reference signal is on
the limit
2 Check the limit value of the monitored signal
3 Check parameters settings
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.10: FAULT WORD 2 FC1 Bit b09
Related Parameters Related IO

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M/F FollowTripSig
Description Master / Follower control. Drive tripped by signal from follower drive(s).
Causes - Follower drive has tripped

- AMC board power supply of Master drive
- DDCS fiber optic cables are not properly connected or have wrong polarity

- AMC board defective
- Wrong parameter settings (DataSet Enable, NodeAdress .. used to specify the Master/Follower
control on channel CH2)

- Timeout supervision time is to short
Rectification 1) Check Follower drive

2) Check AMC power supply of master drive +H188
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.12: FAULT WORD 4 FC1 Bit b10
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M/F FollowTripSig
Description Master / Follower control. Drive tripped by signal from follower drive(s).
Causes - Follower drive has tripped

- AMC board power supply of Master drive
- DDCS fiber optic cables are not properly connected or have wrong polarity

- AMC board defective
- Wrong parameter settings (DataSet Enable, NodeAdress .. used to specify the Master/Follower
control on channel CH2)

- Timeout supervision time is to short
Rectification 1) Check Follower drive

2) Check AMC power supply of master drive +H188
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.20: FAULT WORD 1 FC2 Bit b07
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M/F MasterTripSig
Description Master/Follower control. Drive tripped by signal from master drive.
Causes - Master drive has tripped
- AMC board power supply of Master drive

- DDCS fiber optic cables are not properly connected or have wrong polarity

- AMC board defective
- Wrong parameter settings (DataSet Enable, NodeAdress .. used to specify the Master/Follower
control on channel CH2)

- Timeout supervision time is to short
Rectification 1) Check Master drive

2) Check AMC power supply of master drive

3) Check connections and polarity of fiber optics

4) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.12: FAULT WORD 4 FC1 Bit b11
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M/F MasterTripSig
Description Master/Follower control. Drive tripped by signal from master drive.
Causes - Master drive has tripped
- AMC board power supply of Master drive

- DDCS fiber optic cables are not properly connected or have wrong polarity

- AMC board defective
- Wrong parameter settings (DataSet Enable, NodeAdress .. used to specify the Master/Follower
control on channel CH2)

- Timeout supervision time is to short
Rectification 1) Check Master drive

2) Check AMC power supply of master drive

3) Check connections and polarity of fiber optics

4) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU FC
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.20: FAULT WORD 1 FC2 Bit b08
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MCB AvailableSig
Description MCB is not available for closing.
Causes - MCB is in test position or racked out
- MCB tripped by protection device
- Wrong parameter settings
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
- IOEC I/O Module faulty
Rectification 1 Check if MCB is racked in and no trip command is actice
2 Check parameter settings
3 Check IOEC - Module
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.09: FAULT WORD 1 FC1 Bit b03
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC2 - DI11


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MCB CloseControl
Description MCB status not closed while close request is active.
Causes - Feedback signal missing
- Closing timeout to short
- Wrong control place selection or other faulty parameter setting, for example the delay time is
set too short for the MCB
- Malfunction of MCB. The main circuit breaker malfunction can be caused by different reasons
such as: manual control can override the control signals coming from the converter, the MCB has
tripped for some reason (e.g. vercurrent) and can not operate before it is reset or there is a fault
in the MCB control signals or in the MCB auxiliary power supply.
- Wiring in the MCB monitoring circuit may be loose.
- MCB close control fault is activated if the converter can not operate the MCB. Note! If the
converter control gives order that the MCB must be closing and the feedback "MCB is closed"
from MCB is not indicating after a specified time limit, this fault will be activated.
- S800 terminal unit broken
- S800 I/O Module faulty
Rectification 1 Check the MCB control parameters and make proper settings. Especially pay attention to set
the delay times correct.
2 Check the MCB operation according user manual and circuit diagram. If the MCB is tripped
read fault buffers before resetting the fault.
3 Check the wiring between the main circuit breaker and the converter.
4 Check IOEC Modules
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.09: FAULT WORD 1 FC1 Bit b01
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC1 - DO6, IOEC2 -
DI9/DI10/DO5/DO6

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MCB OpenControl
Description MCB status not open while open request is active.
Causes - Feedback signal missing
- Opening timeout too short
- Malfunction of MCB. The main circuit breaker Malfunction can be caused by different reasons
such as: manual control can override The control signals coming from The converter, The MCB
has tripped for some reason (e.g. overcurrent) and can not operate before it is reset or there is a
Fault in The MCB control signals or in The MCB auxiliary power supply.
- MCB open control Fault become active if The converter control is trying to open The MCB, but
(after a predefined delay) The Feedback still indicates that The MCB is closed.
- Wiring in The MCB monitoring circuit may be loose.
- S800 terminal unit broken
- S800 I/O Module Faulty
Rectification 1 Check that parameter settings are correct and correspond to the MCB control interface
2 Check MCB functions according to the MCB users manual and circuit diagram
3 Check external wiring of MCB feedback signal
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.09: FAULT WORD 1 FC1 Bit b02
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC1 - DO6, IOEC2 -
DI9/DI10/DO5/DO6

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MCBNotOn
Description MCB is not ON while start is pressed.
Causes - Drive not charged
- Charging not completely finished
- Drive is not in ReadyRun state
Rectification Charge the drive and try again to start the drive
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.09: FAULT WORD 1 FC1 Bit b00
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MotBearingDETemp
Description Motor bearing over temperature on driven end (DE) detected.
Causes - Bearing temperature too high, exceeds trip level
- Ambient temperature too high
- Bearing cooling (oil) faulty
- Wiring in protection circuit faulty
- Parameter for trip limit is set wrong
- IOEC Module faulty
- Wiring in the protection circuit loose
- Shielding of control cables not properly grounded
Rectification 1 Verify that the parameter settings are correct
2 Check the correct limits for overtemperature trip by consulting the customer and motor
manuals
3 Check the motor bearing system
Follow standard procedure. See 13.3 Standard Procedure for Troubleshooting
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.29: FAULT WORD 1 FC2LP Bit b13
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MotBearingNDETemp
Description Motor bearing over temperature on non driven end (NDE) detected.
Causes - Bearing temperature too high, exceeds trip level
- Ambient temperature too high
- Bearing cooling (oil) faulty
- Wiring in protection circuit faulty
- Parameter for trip limit is set wrong
- IOEC Module faulty
- Wiring in the protection circuit loose
- Shielding of control cables not properly grounded
Rectification 1 Verify that the parameter settings are correct
2 Check the correct limits for overtemperature trip by consulting the customer and motor
manuals
3 Check the motor bearing system
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.29: FAULT WORD 1 FC2LP Bit b14
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MotorBearing1
Description Motor bearing fault 1.
Causes - Motor system faulty
- Wrong wiring
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Verify parameter settings
2) Check wiring
3) Check the motor
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.24: FAULT WORD 5 FC2 Bit b03
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MotorBearing2
Description Motor bearing fault 2.
Causes - Motor system faulty
- Wrong wiring
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Verify parameter settings
2) Check wiring
3) Check the motor
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.24: FAULT WORD 5 FC2 Bit b04
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MotorCBMon
Description Monitoring of circuit breaker for motor cooler and/or heater.
Causes - Thermal protection of motor space heater/cooling fan has released
- Wrong wiring
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check thermal protection
2) Check wiring
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 52.03: ACU FAULT WORD 1 FC2 Bit b14
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MotorOvLoadProt
Description Motor current too high for speed according to defined profile
Causes Load larger than expectd for application.
Load profile defined in Parameters 30.31 - 30.50 is incorrect.
Rectification Evaluate application.
Adjust Parameters, 30.25 - 30.50
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.24: FAULT WORD 5 FC2 Bit 14
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MotorStallProtec
Description Motor stall protection trip.

The motor stall function protects the motor from overheating by monitoring output frequency and
current. If motor frequency is below freq. limit and the torque is above torque limit for a preset
time the trip is initiated..
Causes - Motor stalled as described above
- Wrong parameter setting
Rectification 1 Check parameter settings
2 Lower stall frequency temporarily, start drive to see if fault has disappeared. Be careful not to
overheat the motor
3 Check that motor and converter are correctly dimensioned and that they match the required
load
4 Verify what kind of loading profile is normally used near the stall area.
5 Check the normal loading of the drive and verify the driven equipment and the motor bearing
are functioning properly and sized correctly
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.20: FAULT WORD 1 FC2 Bit b05
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MotorUnLoadProt
Description Motor current too low for speed according to defined profile
Causes Load smaller than expectd for application.
Load profile defined in Parameters 30.31 - 30.50 is incorrect.
Rectification Evaluate application.
Adjust Parameters, 30.25 - 30.50
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.24: FAULT WORD 5 FC2 Bit 13
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MotorVibration1
Description Motor vibration fault 1.
Causes - Motor system faulty
- Wrong wiring
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Verify parameter settings
2) Check wiring
3) Check the motor
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.24: FAULT WORD 5 FC2 Bit b01
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MotorVibration2
Description Motor vibration fault 2
Causes - Motor system faulty
- Wrong wiring
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Verify parameter settings
2) Check wiring
3) Check the motor
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.24: FAULT WORD 5 FC2 Bit b02
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MotorWdg2V OTemp
Description Motor winding phase V overtemperature detected. 2nd set of motor winding temperature
supervision.
Causes - Parameter for motor temperature supervision are set incorrectly
- Ambient temperature too high
- Motor cooling air is too hot (air cooled motor) or motor cooling water is too hot (water cooled
motor)
- Wiring wrong
- Motor cooling circuit is faulty
Rectification 1) Verify that the parameter settings are correct
2) Check the correct limits for overtemperature trip by consulting the customer and motor
manuals
3) Check the motor system
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.29: FAULT WORD 1 FC2LP Bit b04
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MotorWdg2W OTemp
Description Motor winding phase W overtemperature detected
Causes - Parameter for motor temperature supervision are set incorrectly
- Ambient temperature too high
- Motor cooling air is too hot (air cooled motor) or motor cooling water is too hot (water cooled
motor)
- Wiring wrong
- Motor cooling circuit is faulty
Rectification 1) Verify that the parameter settings are correct
2) Check the correct limits for overtemperature trip by consulting the customer and motor
manuals
3) Check the motor system
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.29: FAULT WORD 1 FC2LP Bit b05
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MotorWdgU OTemp
Description Motor winding phase U overtemperature detected
Causes - Parameter for motor temperature supervision are set incorrectly
- Ambient temperature too high
- Motor cooling air is too hot (air cooled motor) or motor cooling water is too hot (water cooled
motor)
- Wiring wrong
- Motor cooling circuit is faulty
Rectification 1) Verify that the parameter settings are correct
2) Check the correct limits for overtemperature trip by consulting the customer and motor
manuals
3) Check the motor system
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.29: FAULT WORD 1 FC2LP Bit b00
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MotorWdgV OTemp
Description Motor winding phase V overtemperature detected
Causes - Parameter for motor temperature supervision are set incorrectly
- Ambient temperature too high
- Motor cooling air is too hot (air cooled motor) or motor cooling water is too hot (water cooled
motor)
- Wiring wrong
- Motor cooling circuit is faulty
Rectification 1) Verify that the parameter settings are correct
2) Check the correct limits for overtemperature trip by consulting the customer and motor
manuals
3) Check the motor system
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.29: FAULT WORD 1 FC2LP Bit b01
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MotorWdgW OTemp
Description Motor winding phase W overtemperature detected
Causes - Parameter for motor temperature supervision are set incorrectly
- Ambient temperature too high
- Motor cooling air is too hot (air cooled motor) or motor cooling water is too hot (water cooled
motor)
- Wiring wrong
- Motor cooling circuit is faulty
Rectification 1) Verify that the parameter settings are correct
2) Check the correct limits for overtemperature trip by consulting the customer and motor
manuals
3) Check the motor system
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.29: FAULT WORD 1 FC2LP Bit b02
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MotWdg2U OTemp
Description Motor winding phase U overtemperature detected. 2nd set of temperature measurement
Causes - Parameter for motor temperature supervision are set incorrectly
- Ambient temperature too high
- Motor cooling air is too hot (air cooled motor) or motor cooling water is too hot (water cooled
motor)
- Wiring wrong
- Motor cooling circuit is faulty
Rectification 1) Verify that the parameter settings are correct
2) Check the correct limits for overtemperature trip by consulting the customer and motor
manuals
3) Check the motor system
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.29: FAULT WORD 1 FC2LP Bit b03
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OutpSw CtrlFlt
Description Output switch has not operated on time (Valid for isolator and breaker). Feedback signal not
received within defined time.
Causes - Output switch not operating (motor power supply missing)
- Wrong parameter setting
- Position indicator defective
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
Rectification 1 Check output switch position (Isolator / Breaker)
2 Check output switch indicator devices
3 Check power supply for motor
4 Check parameter settings
5 Check wiring and connections
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.21: FAULT WORD 2 FC2 Bit b13
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC3 - DI13/DI14


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OutpSw WrongPos
Description Output switch has a wrong position (Valid for isolator and breaker). Not correct position feedback
signals while the drive state was RDYRUN or higher. If the closed and open ackn.-signals are
active at the same time, the fault is also generated (in any state).
Causes - Wrong parameter setting
- Position indicator defective
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
Rectification 1 Check output switch position (Isolator / Breaker)
2 Check output switch indicator devices
3 Check parameter settings
4 Check wiring and connections
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.21: FAULT WORD 2 FC2 Bit b14
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC3 - DI13/DI14

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PanelLost
Description Failure in the RS-485 communication between the AMC board and the control panel CDP312 or
to DriveWindow SW (if PC is used).
Causes - The control panel connection may have come loose.
- Wrong parameter setting
Rectification 1 Check that the cable from AMC board via NDPI to the control panel is properly connected
2 Unplug and replug the cable a few times
3 Check the local control device (CDP 312 panel, DriveWindow etc.)
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.20: FAULT WORD 1 FC2 Bit b09
Related Parameters Related IO AMC34

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PhCapA1ChargFl
Description Phase cap of phase A drive 1 (single unit) is not charging.
Causes - The phase module is not receiving the charge enable from control software.
- The phase module is faulty
Rectification If only one phase error appears (e.g. PhCapA1ChargFlt):
1) Change phase module

if more than one fault message appears (e.g. PhCapA1ChargFlt, PhCapB1ChargFlt and
PhCapC1ChargFlt):
1) Reset the fault and try to restart
2) If fault is still pending, change the phase module
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.10: FAULT WORD 2 FC1 Bit b12
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PhCapB1ChargFlt
Description Phase cap of phase B drive 1 (single unit) is not charging.
Causes - The phase module is not receiving the charge enable from control software.
- The phase module is faulty
Rectification If only one phase error appears (e.g. PhCapB1ChargFlt):
1) Change phase module

if more than one fault message appears (e.g. PhCapA1ChargFlt, PhCapB1ChargFlt and
PhCapC1ChargFlt):
1) Reset the fault and try to restart
2) If fault is still pending, change the phase module
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.10: FAULT WORD 2 FC1 Bit b13
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PhCapC1ChargFlt
Description Phase cap of phase C drive 1 (single unit) is not charging.
Causes - The phase module is not receiving the charge enable from control software.
- The phase module is faulty
Rectification If only one phase error appears (e.g. PhCapC1ChargFlt):
1) Change phase module

if more than one fault message appears (e.g. PhCapA1ChargFlt, PhCapB1ChargFlt and
PhCapC1ChargFlt):
1) Reset the fault and try to restart
2) If fault is still pending, change the phase module
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.10: FAULT WORD 2 FC1 Bit b14
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PhCapChargSumFlt
Description Phase caps of phase A, B and C are not charging.
Causes - SW fault
- Any phase module is faulty
Rectification 1) Reset the fault and try to restart
2) If fault is still pending, change the phase modules
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.13: FAULT WORD 5 FC1 Bit b14
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ProcessStop FC1
Description Process Stop is active (customer function).
Causes - Process Stop function is active (as requested)
- Wrong parameter settings
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
- IOEC I/O Moule faulty
Rectification 1 Check parameter settings
2 Check programmed "Process Stop" function (limit value, monitored signal)
3 Check IOEC - Module
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.11: FAULT WORD 3 FC1 Bit b07
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ProcessStop FC2
Description Process Stop is active (customer function).
Causes - Process Stop function is active (as requested)
- Wrong parameter settings
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
- IOEC I/O Module faulty
Rectification 1 Check parameter settings
2 Check programmed "Process Stop" function (limit value, monitored signal)
3 Check IOEC - Module
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.22: FAULT WORD 3 FC2 Bit b00
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RTD Lost - BearDE
Description RTD sensor lost of bearing (DE) temperature supervisions.
Causes - wrong wiring
- broken wiring
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check wiring
2) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.30: FAULT WORD 2 FC2LP Bit b03
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RTD Lost - BearNDE
Description RTD sensor lost of bearing (NDE) temperature supervisions.
Causes - wrong wiring
- broken wiring
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check wiring
2) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.30: FAULT WORD 2 FC2LP Bit b04
Related Parameters Related IO

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RTD Lost - MotWdg1
Description RTD sensor lost of all motor winding temperature supervisions of set 1.
Causes - wrong wiring
- broken wiring
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check wiring
2) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.30: FAULT WORD 2 FC2LP Bit b01
Related Parameters Related IO

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RTD Lost - MotWdg2
Description RTD sensor lost of all motor winding temperature supervisions of set 2.
Causes - wrong wiring
- broken wiring
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check wiring
2) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.30: FAULT WORD 2 FC2LP Bit b02
Related Parameters Related IO

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RTD Lost - TraWdg
Description RTD sensor lost of all transformer winding temperature supervisions.
Causes - wrong wiring
- broken wiring
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check wiring
2) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.15: FAULT WORD 7 FC1 Bit b00
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TCSM NotReached
Description TCSM (Torque Controller State Machine) does not reach expected state.
Causes - TCSM (Torque Controller State Machine) has not following feedback signals after given
commands:
- TCCWOrderON =>TCSW ReadyRun; within the delay time given by parameter 131.17
MODULATOR CTRL DELAY TIME
- TCCWOrderRUN =>TCSW ReadyRef; within the delay time given by parameter 131.17
MODULATOR CTRL DELAY TIME.
Rectification 1 Check for other related fault messages
2 Switch aux power OFF and back ON and restart the drive
FaultClass INU FC2
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.20: FAULT WORD 1 FC2 Bit b03
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TimeoutAuxOnSeq
Description AUX ON (Auxilliarys On) sequence timeout.
The maximum duration of the step has been exceeded and the step has not been terminated.
Main State Machine interprete this as a time-out situation.
Causes MainStateMachine (MSM) Timeout at:
- Sequence 3 Step 1: DC Ground Switch
- Sequence 3 Step 2: Charging
- Sequence 3 Step 4: LV charging relay
- Sequence 3 Step 5: HV charging relay
- Sequence 3 Step 6: Closing MCB CBs
Rectification 1 Check for other related faults
2 Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.11: FAULT WORD 3 FC1 Bit b03
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TimeoutEOffSeq
Description OFF2 (Emergency OFF) sequence timeout.
The maximum duration of the step has been exceeded and the step has not been terminated.
Main State Machine interprete this as a time-out situation.
Causes MainStateMachine (MSM) Timeout at:
- Sequence 12 Step 1:Reset TC ON.
- Sequence 12 Step 2: Opening the MCB / CBs
- Sequence 12 Step 4: Discharging by Modulation (ARU)
Rectification 1 Check for other related faults
2 Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.11: FAULT WORD 3 FC1 Bit b01
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TimeoutEStopSeq
Description OFF3 (Emergency STOP) sequence timeout.
The maximum duration of the step has been exceeded and the step has not been terminated.
Main State Machine interprete this as a time-out situation.
Causes MainStateMachine (MSM) timeout at:
- Sequence 10 Step 1:Reset TC RUN.
- Sequence 11 Step 1:Reset TC RUN.:
- Sequence 11 Step 2:STOP all INUs.
- Sequence 11 Step 3:Opening the MCB / CBs
- Sequence 11 Step 5: Discharging by Modulation (ARU)
Rectification 1 Check for other related faults
2 Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.11: FAULT WORD 3 FC1 Bit b02
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TimeoutInitSeq
Description Timeout in sequence of main state machine (SEQUENCE HANDLER: Sequence 1 Step 1).
Causes - Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1 Check for other related faults
2 Compare all parameters with Parameter Setting List
3 Reset aux power and restart the drive
FaultClass INU FC2HP
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.25: FAULT WORD 1 FC2HP Bit b00
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TimeoutOff1Seq
Description OFF1 (STOP) sequence timeout.
The maximum duration of the step has been exceeded and the step has not been terminated.
Main State Machine interprete this as a time-out situation.
Causes MainStateMachine (MSM) Timeout at:
- Sequence 9 Step 1: TC ON and Running.
- Sequence 9 Step 2: Opening the MCB / CBs
- Sequence 9 Step 3: Wait for rotor
- Sequence 9 Step 4: Discharging by Modulation (ARU)
- Sequence 9 Step 5: Test Sequence
Rectification 1 Check for other related faults
2 Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.11: FAULT WORD 3 FC1 Bit b00
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TimeoutRdyRefSeq
Description RdyRef sequence timeout (SEQUENCE HANDLER: Sequence 5 Step 1, 2 or 3).
Causes - Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1 Check for other related faults
2 Compare all parameters with Parameter Setting List
3 Reset aux power and restart the drive
FaultClass INU FC2HP
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.25: FAULT WORD 1 FC2HP Bit b04
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TimeoutRdyRunSeq
Description RdyRun sequence timeout (SEQUENCE HANDLER: Sequence 4 Step 1 or 2).
Causes - Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1 Check for other related faults
2 Compare all parameters with Parameter Setting List
3 Reset aux power and restart the drive
FaultClass INU FC2HP
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.25: FAULT WORD 1 FC2HP Bit b03
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TimeoutStop1Seq
Description Stop1 sequence timeout (SEQUENCE HANDLER: Sequence 6 Step 1).
Causes - Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1 Check for other related faults
2 Compare all parameters with Parameter Setting List
3 Reset aux power and restart the drive
FaultClass INU FC2HP
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.25: FAULT WORD 1 FC2HP Bit b05
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TimeoutStop2Seq
Description Stop2 sequence timeout (SEQUENCE HANDLER: Sequence 7 Step 1).
Causes - Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1 Check for other related faults
2 Compare all parameters with Parameter Setting List
3 Reset aux power and restart the drive
FaultClass INU FC2HP
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.25: FAULT WORD 1 FC2HP Bit b06
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TimeoutTestSeq
Description Test sequence timeout (SEQUENCE HANDLER: Sequence 2 Step 1).
Causes - Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1 Check for other related faults
2 Compare all parameters with Parameter Setting List
3 Reset aux power and restart the drive
FaultClass INU FC2HP
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.25: FAULT WORD 1 FC2HP Bit b01
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TOutTestFaildSeq
Description Test sequence timeout (SEQUENCE HANDLER: Sequence 17 Step 1).
Causes - Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1 Check for other related faults
2 Compare all parameters with Parameter Setting List
3 Reset aux power and restart the drive
FaultClass INU FC2HP
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.25: FAULT WORD 1 FC2HP Bit b07
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TrafoOilTemp
Description Transformer oil temperature too high
Causes - Transformer oil temperature is too high
- Wrong wiring
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check external oil temperature measurement
2) Check wiring
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.14: FAULT WORD 6 FC1 Bit b01
Related Parameters Related IO

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TransfCBMon
Description Monitoring of circuit breaker for transformer cooler and/or heater.
Causes - Thermal protection of transformer space heater/cooling fan has released
- Wrong wiring
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check thermal protection
2) Check wiring
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 52.02: ACU FAULT WORD 2 FC1 Bit b13
Related Parameters Related IO

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TransfProtRelay
Description Transformer protection has released
Causes - Fault in transformer protection circuit
- Missing jumper
Rectification 1) Check transformer protection circuit
2) Check jumper
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.09: FAULT WORD 1 FC1 Bit b13
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC1 - DI14

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TransfWdgU OTemp
Description Main transformer over temperature in phase U detected
Causes - Transformer load too high
- Ambient temperature too high
- Transformer cooling fault
- Wiring in protection circuit faulty
- Wrong wiring
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check transformer load and ambient temperature and compare with rated figures. Refer to
transformer manual
2) Check installation conditions are satisfactory
3) Check cooling equipment
4) Check wiring
5) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.15: FAULT WORD 7 FC1 Bit b02
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TransfWdgV OTemp
Description Main transformer over temperature in phase V detected
Causes - Transformer load too high
- Ambient temperature too high
- Transformer cooling fault
- Wiring in protection circuit faulty
- Wrong wiring
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check transformer load and ambient temperature and compare with rated figures. Refer to
transformer manual
2) Check installation conditions are satisfactory
3) Check cooling equipment
4) Check wiring
5) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.15: FAULT WORD 7 FC1 Bit b03
Related Parameters Related IO

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TransfWdgW OTemp
Description Main transformer over temperature in phase W detected
Causes - Transformer load too high
- Ambient temperature too high
- Transformer cooling fault
- Wiring in protection circuit faulty
- Wrong wiring
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check transformer load and ambient temperature and compare with rated figures. Refer to
transformer manual
2) Check installation conditions are satisfactory
3) Check cooling equipment
4) Check wiring
5) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.15: FAULT WORD 7 FC1 Bit b04
Related Parameters Related IO

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TripLoopInterrupted
Description Tripping loop is interrupted (internal / external emergency off or transformer protection relay)
Causes - emergency off (internal or external) pending
- missing jumper
- missing reset
Rectification 1) Check status of emergency off's
2) Check jumper
3) Press reset
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.09: FAULT WORD 1 FC1 Bit b12
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC1 - DI12


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Unbalanced NP
Description Upper/Lower DC voltage not in balance while charging (unsymmetrical charging of DC link). The
neutral point voltage actual value (parameter 2.07 NP VOLTAGE) is compared against this
parameter value during the charging sequence and if the limit is reached the fault will occur.
Causes - Charging unit faulty
- Power stage faulty (IGBT's)
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check for other related faults
2) Check main circuit
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.10: FAULT WORD 2 FC1 Bit b06
Related Parameters Related IO

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UserMacroFailed
Description User macro storing or restoring has failed
Causes - User macro is corrupt
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.21: FAULT WORD 2 FC2 Bit b08
Related Parameters 99.13 16.06 Related IO

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WrongDriveTypeSel
Description Wrong drive type is selected
Causes Wrong parameter settings
Rectification Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU FC1
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.12: FAULT WORD 4 FC1 Bit b00
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3phChangeOverAlm
Description 3phase auxiliary power change occured.
Causes - loose of one of the 3ph feeding auxiliary power
- open circuit breaker
- faulty phase monitoring system
- wrong wiring
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) check auxiliary supply voltages
2) Check circuit breaker
3) Check wiring
4) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.62: ALARM WORD 3 Bit b03
Related Parameters Related IO

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ACDA Alarm
Description ACDA requesting Alarm, received via CH4 ; DataSet 100 Value 3 - Bit03
Causes - Alarm class 2 in ACDA (auxiliary control device adapter) is active
- Wrong parameter settings (e.g. Node Addr.)
- DDCS fiber optic cables are not properly connected or have Wrong polarity
- Aux. Control Device Adapater (ACDA) board defective
Rectification 1 Check reason for Alarm in Aux. Control Device Adapater (ACDA)
2 Check that parameter settings correspond to the external communication interface
3 Check power supply of external communication interface
4 Check connections and polarity of fiber optics
5 Check Aux. Control Device Adapater (ACDA)
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.62: ALARM WORD 3 Bit b14
Related Parameters Related IO AMC34 - CH4

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ACDA Aux ON Ackn
Description ACDA Auxiliary ON Acknowledge signal, received via CH4, is missing (AUX ON SEQ3 & 2 min
timeout); DataSet 100 Value 2 - Bit02
Causes - ACAD (auxiliary control device adapter) is not ready to switch on the auxiliarys
- Wrong parameter settings (e.g. Node Addr.)
- DDCS fiber optic cables are not properly connected or have Wrong polarity
- Aux. Control Device Adapater (ACDA) board defective
Rectification 1 Check Aux. Control Device Adapater (ACDA) auxiliarys
2 Check that parameter settings correspond to the external communication interface
3 Check power supply of external communication interface
4 Check connections and polarity of fiber optics
5 Check Aux. Control Device Adapater (ACDA)
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.62: ALARM WORD 3 Bit b13
Related Parameters Related IO AMC34 - CH4


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ACDA Interlock1
Description ACDA Interlocked 1 signal, received via CH4, is set; DataSet 100 Value 2 - Bit04
Causes - ACAD (auxiliary control device adapter) is not ready to switch on - control is interlocked by
External missing signals
- Wrong parameter settings (e.g. Node Addr.)
- DDCS fiber optic cables are not properly connected or have Wrong polarity
- Aux. control device Adapater (ACDA) board defective
Rectification 1 Check Aux. Control Device Adapater (ACDA) auxiliarys / interlock signals
2 Check that parameter settings correspond to the external communication interface
3 Check power supply of external communication interface
4 Check connections and polarity of fiber optics
5 Check Aux. Control Device Adapater (ACDA)
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.64: ALARM WORD 5 Bit b03
Related Parameters Related IO AMC34 - CH4

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ACDA Interlock2
Description ACDA Interlocked 2 signal, received via CH4, is set; DataSet 100 Value 2 - Bit05
Causes - ACDA (auxiliary control device adapter) is not ready to switch on - control is interlocked by
external missing signals
- Wrong parameter settings (e.g. Node Addr.)
- DDCS fiber optic cables are not properly connected or have Wrong polarity
- Aux. Control Device Adapater (ACDA) board defective
Rectification 1 Check Aux. Control Device Adapater (ACDA) auxiliarys / interlock signals
2 Check that parameter settings correspond to the external communication interface
3 Check power supply of external communication interface
4 Check connections and polarity of fiber optics
5 Check Aux. Control Device Adapater (ACDA)
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.64: ALARM WORD 5 Bit b04
Related Parameters Related IO AMC34 - CH4

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AFE Alarm
Description AFE alarm detected.
Causes An alarm in AFE is active
Rectification Check alarm signal in AFE
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.64: ALARM WORD 5 Bit b02
Related Parameters Related IO

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AFE NotRunning
Description INU in ReadyRun state, but AFE is not running.
Causes - Wrong parameter settings
- AFE in LOCAL - mode but should be in REMOTE - mode
- AFE block modulation is selected (feedback missing)
Rectification 1 Check parameter settings
2 Check signals from PLC if block modulation by COMM.Module is selected
3 Check AFE panel
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.64: ALARM WORD 5 Bit b01
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AI_Ref1Lost
Description External reference 1 signal loss.
Causes - Analoge input signal is missing or signal level has dropped below the present minimum limit
- Wrong signal type selected (mA, V)
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
- Grounding of wiring may be done improperly
- IOEC Module
Rectification 1 Check parameter settings.
2 Check the auxiliary power supply of the external control device (if installed).
3 Measure the input signal with a multimeter to verify the correct signal level. If there is no signal
at all, check the wiring between the external control device and the analog input
4 Check IOEC - Module
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.64: ALARM WORD 5 Bit b12
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC2 - AI1

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AI_Ref2Lost
Description External reference 2 signal loss.
Causes - Analoge input signal is missing or signal level has dropped below the present minimum limit
- Wrong signal type selected (mA, V)
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
- Grounding of wiring may be done improperly
- IOEC Module
Rectification 1 Check parameter settings.
2 Check the auxiliary power supply of the external control device (if installed).
3 Measure the input signal with a multimeter to verify the correct signal level. If there is no signal
at all, check the wiring between the external control device and the analog input
4 Check IOEC - Module
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.64: ALARM WORD 5 Bit b13
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC2 - AI2

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ARC Detected
Description Process Stop function (used as ARC Detection) is active (as requested)

NOTE!
Process Stop function is used - fault alarm text is indicated as "ARC Detected FC1" ARC is set
by parameter 210.20.
Causes - Process Stop function (used as ARC detection) is active (as requested)
- Wrong parameter settings
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
- IOEC I/O Moule faulty
Rectification 1 Check parameter settings
2 Check programmed "Process Stop" function (limit value, monitored signal)
3 Check IOEC - Module
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.63: ALARM WORD 4 Bit b13
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AuxRideThrough
Description Aux. power ride through requested.
Causes - External undervoltage monitoring device active (digital input)
- Internal cooling water pressure to low
- Wrong parameter settings
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
- IOEC I/O Moule faulty
Rectification 1 Check undervoltage monitoring device
2 Check other faults (water cooling system)
3 Check wiring
4 Check parameters settings
5 Check IOEC modules
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.60: ALARM WORD 1 Bit b00
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC1 - DI8

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AuxSupply1Alm
Description 3phase auxiliary power is missing
Causes - loose of one of the 3ph feeding auxiliary power
- open circuit breaker
- faulty phase monitoring system
- wrong wiring
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) check auxiliary supply voltages
2) Check circuit breaker
3) Check wiring
4) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.62: ALARM WORD 3 Bit b01
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC3 - DI5

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AuxSupply2Alm
Description 3phase auxiliary power is missing
Causes - loose of one of the 3ph feeding auxiliary power
- open circuit breaker
- faulty phase monitoring system
- wrong wiring
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) check auxiliary supply voltages
2) Check circuit breaker
3) Check wiring
4) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.62: ALARM WORD 3 Bit b02
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC3 - DI6

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BatteryPower1Alm
Description Battery power is faulty.
Causes - loss of 1ph control supply voltage or 3ph auxiliary power (depending on configuration)
- defect buffer module
- wrong wiring
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check control supply voltage
2) Check buffer module
3) Check wiring
4) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.62: ALARM WORD 3 Bit b08
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC1 - DI8

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BatteryPower2Alm
Description Battery power is faulty.
Causes - loss of 1ph control supply voltage or 3ph auxiliary power (depending on configuration)
- defect buffer module
- wrong wiring
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check control supply voltage
2) Check buffer module
3) Check wiring
4) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.62: ALARM WORD 3 Bit b09
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC3 - DI8

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BufferModule1Alm
Description Buffer module 1 has a pending alarm
Causes - faulty buffer module
- wrong wiring
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check buffer module
2) check wiring
3) check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.60: ALARM WORD 1 Bit b09
Related Parameters Related IO

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BufferModule2Alm
Description Buffer module 2 has a pending alarm
Causes - faulty buffer module
- wrong wiring
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check buffer module
2) Check wiring
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.60: ALARM WORD 1 Bit b10
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BufferPower1Alm
Description Buffer power is faulty
Causes - loss of 1ph control supply voltage
- defect buffer module
- wrong wiring
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check control supply voltage
2) Check buffer module
3) Check wiring
4) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.62: ALARM WORD 3 Bit b06
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC1 - DI8

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BufferPower2Alm
Description Buffer power is faulty
Causes - loss of 1ph control supply voltage
- defect buffer module
- wrong wiring
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check control supply voltage
2) Check buffer module
3) Check wiring
4) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.62: ALARM WORD 3 Bit b07
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC3 - DI8

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Calibration Alarm
Description Analog input calibration alarm. Automatical calibration of analog inputs is ongoing.
Causes
Rectification
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.63: ALARM WORD 4 Bit b14
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CC1 AirFiltAlm
Description Cooling circuit 1 (converter compartment) air filter alarm.
Causes - Air filter mate in converter compartment is dirty
- Wrong wiring
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check air filter mates
2) Check wiring (also mechanical wiring of pipes)
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 52.04: ACU ALARM WORD 1 Bit b00
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC1 - DI11

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CC2 AirFiltAlm
Description Cooling circuit 2 (DTL, in case of ACS 2000 6kV configuration, or integrated transformer
compartment) air filter alarm
Causes - Air filter mate is dirty
- Wrong wiring
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check air filter mate in DTL or integrated transformer compartment
2) Check wiring, also mechanical pipes installation
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 52.04: ACU ALARM WORD 1 Bit b01
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC3 - DI04

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CH0 CommLoss
Description AMC DDCS CH0 communication lost
Causes - Communication time-out setting too small
- Wrong parameter settings (e.g. Node Addr.)
- DDCS fiber optic cables are not properly connected or have wrong polarity
- AMC board defective
- Fieldbus Module defective
Rectification 1 Check that parameter settings correspond to the external communication interface
2 Check power supply of external communication interface
3 Check connections and polarity of fiber optics
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.60: ALARM WORD 1 Bit b06
Related Parameters Related IO AMC34 - CH0

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CH0 NoWD Pulse
Description No watch-dog pulse from AMC - DDCS CH0 (e.g. AC80, AC800, AMC Aux. controller)
Causes - Watch-dog pulse to short
- Wrong parameter settings (e.g. Node Addr.)
- DDCS fiber optic cables are not properly connected or have wrong polarity
- AMC board defective
- External control device not working or SW not done
Rectification 1 Check that parameter settings correspond to the external communication interface
2 Check power supply of external communication interface
3 Check connections and polarity of fiber optics
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.61: ALARM WORD 2 Bit b13
Related Parameters Related IO AMC34 - CH0

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CH2 CommLoss
Description AMC DDCS CH2 communication lost
Causes - Communication time-out setting too small
- Wrong parameter settings (e.g. Node Addr.)
- DDCS fiber optic cables are not properly connected or have Wrong polarity
- AMC board defective
Rectification 1 Check that parameter settings correspond to the external communication interface
2 Check power supply of external communication interface
3 Check connections and polarity of fiber optics
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.60: ALARM WORD 1 Bit b07
Related Parameters Related IO AMC34 - CH2


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CH4 CommLoss
Description AMC DDCS CH4 communication lost
Causes - Communication time-out setting too small
- Wrong parameter settings (e.g. Node Addr.)
- DDCS fiber optic cables are not properly connected or have Wrong polarity
- AMC board defective
Rectification 1 Check that parameter settings correspond to the external communication interface
2 Check power supply of external communication interface
3 Check connections and polarity of fiber optics
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.60: ALARM WORD 1 Bit b08
Related Parameters Related IO AMC34 - CH4

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CH4 NoWD Pulse
Description No watch-dog pulse from AMC - DDCS CH4 (e.g. AC80, AC800, AMC Aux. controller) DataSet
100 Value 2 Bit03
Causes - Watch-dog pulse to short
- Wrong parameter settings (e.g. Node Addr.)
- DDCS fiber optic cables are not properly connected or have wrong polarity
- AMC board defective
- External control device not working or SW not done
Rectification 1 Check that parameter settings correspond to the external communication interface
2 Check power supply of external communication interface
3 Check connections and polarity of fiber optics
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.61: ALARM WORD 2 Bit b02
Related Parameters Related IO AMC34 - CH4

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ConvAirTempHigh
Description Air temperature inside the converter (COU) too high. Alarm level reached
Causes - Faulty temperature sensor
- Wrong wiring
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check temperature sensor
2) Check wiring
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 52.05: ACU ALARM WORD 2 Bit b00
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC1 - AI2

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ConvHeaterMon
Description Monitoring of converter space heater has released
Causes - Thermal protection of converter space heater has released
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check thermal protection inside the control unit (COU)
2) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 52.04: ACU ALARM WORD 1 Bit b10
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC1 - DI3

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CoolCircuit1Alm
Description Cooling circuit 1 (converter compartment) alarm, if fan switched over to another group because
of a fault in cooling circuit 1
Causes - Wrong settings of pressure drop monitoring
- A cooling fan is faulty
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check settings of pressure drop measurements
2) Check cooling fan (also thermal protection)
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 52.04: ACU ALARM WORD 1 Bit b07
Related Parameters Related IO

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CoolCircuit2Alm
Description Cooling circuit 2 (DTL, in case of an ACS 2000 6kV configuration, or integrated transformer
compartment) alarm, if a fan switched over to another cooling group because of a fault in cooling
circuit 2.
Causes - Wrong settings of pressure drop monitoring
- A cooling fan is faulty
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check settings of pressure drop measurements
2) Check cooling fan (also thermal protection)
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 52.04: ACU ALARM WORD 1 Bit b08
Related Parameters Related IO

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CoolFanGrp1Alm
Description Thermal protection relay of cooling fan group 1 alarm
Causes - open circuit breaker
- wrong wiring
- fan is faulty
Rectification 1) Check thermal protection switch inside the control unit (COU)
2) Check wiring
3) Check cooling fan group 1
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 52.04: ACU ALARM WORD 1 Bit b03
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC1 - DI9

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CoolFanGrp2Alm
Description Thermal protection of cooling fan group 2 alarm
Causes - open circuit breaker
- wrong wiring
- fan is faulty
Rectification 1) Check thermal protection switch inside the control unit (COU)
2) Check wiring
3) Check cooling fan group 2
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 52.04: ACU ALARM WORD 1 Bit b04
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC3 - DI1


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CoolFanGrp3Alm
Description Thermal protection of cooling group 3 alarm
Causes - open circuit breaker
- wrong wiring
- fan is faulty
Rectification 1) Check thermal protection inside the control unit (COU)
2) Check wiring
3) Check cooling fan group 3
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 52.04: ACU ALARM WORD 1 Bit b05
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC3 - DI2

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CoolFanGrp4Alm
Description Thermal protection relay of cooling group 4 open
Causes - open circuit breaker
- wrong wiring
- fan is faulty
Rectification 1) Check thermal protection inside the control unit (COU)
2) Check wiring
3) Check cooling fan group 4
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 52.04: ACU ALARM WORD 1 Bit b06
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC3-DI9

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CtrlSupply1Alm
Description Control supply 1 circuit is faulty
Causes - open circuit breaker
- wrong wirirng
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check circuit breakers
2) Check power supply
3) Check wiring
4) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.62: ALARM WORD 3 Bit b04
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC1 - DI7

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CtrlSupply2Alm
Description Control supply 2 circuit is faulty
Causes - open circuit breaker
- wrong wiring
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check circuit breakers
2) Check power supply
3) Check wiring
4) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.62: ALARM WORD 3 Bit b05
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC3 - DI7

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CustSupSig1
Description Customer supervision function 1 is active.
Causes - The customer supervision function 1 is active (as requested)
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1 Check "monitored" signal (as requesetd)
2 Check connection in supervision function
3 Check parameters settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.64: ALARM WORD 5 Bit b08
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CustSupSig2
Description Customer supervision function 2 is active.
Causes - The customer supervision function 2 is active (as requested)
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1 Check "monitored" signal (as requesetd)
2 Check connection in supervision function
3 Check parameters settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.64: ALARM WORD 5 Bit b09
Related Parameters Related IO

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CustSupSig5
Description Customer supervision function 5 is active.
Causes - The customer supervision function 5 is active (as requested)
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1 Check "monitored" signal (as requesetd)
2 Check connection in supervision function
3 Check parameters settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.64: ALARM WORD 5 Bit b06
Related Parameters Related IO

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DynOverSpeed Limit
Description Actual speed is bigger than allowed limit for this speed.
(ActSpeed >Reference x DynOverSpeedLim)
Causes - The monitored value is above the value set by parameter
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check the limit in parameter group 48
2) Check value of monitored signal
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.64: ALARM WORD 5 Bit b10
Related Parameters Related IO

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ExternalMotor
Description External motor protection alarm
Causes - A pending fault in the external motor protection monitoring circuit
- wrong wiring
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check for pending (HW related) faults
2) Check wiring
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.70: ALARM WORD 11 Bit b05
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ExternalTrafo
Description External transformer protection alarm
Causes - A fault in transformer protection circuit is active
- wrong wiring
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check for pending faults (HW related) in transformer moitoring circuit
2) Check wiring
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.70: ALARM WORD 11 Bit b08
Related Parameters Related IO

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HV DC ChrgRelay
Description High voltage side "DC link charging relay" - fault monitoring. The DC high voltage side is not
charging - the relay is maybe broken.
Causes - HV charging relay broken
- Wrong parameter settings
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
Rectification 1 Check charging unit
2 Check HV - Relay
3 Check IOEC modules
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.64: ALARM WORD 5 Bit b00
Related Parameters Related IO

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IntTrAirTempHigh
Description Air temperature isnside the integrated transformer cubicle too high. Alarm level reached
Causes - Temperature inside the integrated transformer compartment is too high
- Faulty temperature sensor
- Wrong wiring
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check temperature sensor
2) Check wiring
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 52.05: ACU ALARM WORD 2 Bit b03
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC1 - AI4

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INU OperPrevented
Description INU Operation Prevention is active.
Causes - INU Operation Prevention activated during drive running
- Wrong parameter settings
- IOEC Module defect
Rectification 1 Check that parameter setting correspond to the needs (if Drive should not stop during running
==>set parameter 32.11 to NO REACTION)
2 Check IOEC modul
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.61: ALARM WORD 2 Bit b03
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InvalidParSetGr17
Description Invalid parameter settings for parameter group 17 (DC link charging / MCB closing level
parameters)
Causes Parameter 17.01 MCBClosingLevel must be at least 100 V lower than parameter 17.02
DCChargingLevel
Rectification 1 Check parameters 17.01 and 17.02
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.61: ALARM WORD 2 Bit b01
Related Parameters Related IO

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IOEC Module 1
Description IOEC module 1 has a pending alarm
Causes - wrong node adress
- no 24V power
- faulty module
Rectification 1) Check node address of module
2) Check 24V supply voltage
3) Substitute module
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.63: ALARM WORD 4 Bit b02
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IOEC Module 2
Description IOEC module 2 has a pending alarm
Causes - wrong node adress
- no 24V power
- faulty module
Rectification 1) Check node address of module
2) Check 24V supply voltage
3) Substitute module
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.63: ALARM WORD 4 Bit b03
Related Parameters Related IO

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IOEC Module 3
Description IOEC module 3 has a pending alarm
Causes - wrong node adress
- no 24V power
- faulty module
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check node address of module
2) Check 24V supply voltage
3) Substitute module
4) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.63: ALARM WORD 4 Bit b04
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IOEC Module 4
Description IOEC module 4 has a pending alarm
Causes - wrong node adress
- no 24V power
- faulty module
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check node address of module
2) Check 24V supply voltage
3) Substitute module
4) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.63: ALARM WORD 4 Bit b05
Related Parameters Related IO

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IOEC Modules
Description IOEC sum alarm message
Causes one of the IOEC modules has a pending alarm
Rectification Check for other alarm or faults
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.63: ALARM WORD 4 Bit b07
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IOEC1-AI1 NoSignal
Description Analog input signal is missing.
Causes - Analoge input signal is missing or signal level has dropped below the present minimum limit
- Wrong signal type selected (mA, V)
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
- Grounding of wiring may be done improperly
- IOEC Module
Rectification 1 Check parameter settings.
2 Check the auxiliary power supply of the external control device (if installed).
3 Measure the input signal with a multimeter to verify the correct signal level. If there is no signal
at all, check the wiring between the external control device and the analog input
4 Check IOEC - Module
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.66: ALARM WORD 7 Bit b00
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC1 - AI1

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IOEC1-AI2 NoSignal
Description Analog input signal is missing.
Causes - Analoge input signal is missing or signal level has dropped below the present minimum limit
- Wrong signal type selected (mA, V)
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
- Grounding of wiring may be done improperly
- IOEC Module
Rectification 1 Check parameter settings.
2 Check the auxiliary power supply of the external control device (if installed).
3 Measure the input signal with a multimeter to verify the correct signal level. If there is no signal
at all, check the wiring between the external control device and the analog input
4 Check IOEC - Module
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.66: ALARM WORD 7 Bit b01
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC1 - AI2

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IOEC1-AI3 NoSignal
Description Analog input signal is missing.
Causes - Analoge input signal is missing or signal level has dropped below the present minimum limit
- Wrong signal type selected (mA, V)
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
- Grounding of wiring may be done improperly
- IOEC Module
Rectification 1 Check parameter settings.
2 Check the auxiliary power supply of the external control device (if installed).
3 Measure the input signal with a multimeter to verify the correct signal level. If there is no signal
at all, check the wiring between the external control device and the analog input
4 Check IOEC - Module
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.66: ALARM WORD 7 Bit b02
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC1 - AI3

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IOEC1-AI4 NoSignal
Description Analog input signal is missing.
Causes - Analoge input signal is missing or signal level has dropped below the present minimum limit
- Wrong signal type selected (mA, V)
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
- Grounding of wiring may be done improperly
- IOEC Module
Rectification 1 Check parameter settings.
2 Check the auxiliary power supply of the external control device (if installed).
3 Measure the input signal with a multimeter to verify the correct signal level. If there is no signal
at all, check the wiring between the external control device and the analog input
4 Check IOEC - Module
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.66: ALARM WORD 7 Bit b03
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC1 - AI4

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IOEC2-AI1 NoSignal
Description Analog input signal is missing.
Causes - Analoge input signal is missing or signal level has dropped below the present minimum limit
- Wrong signal type selected (mA, V)
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
- Grounding of wiring may be done improperly
- IOEC Module
Rectification 1 Check parameter settings.
2 Check the auxiliary power supply of the external control device (if installed).
3 Measure the input signal with a multimeter to verify the correct signal level. If there is no signal
at all, check the wiring between the external control device and the analog input
4 Check IOEC - Module
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.66: ALARM WORD 7 Bit b04
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC2 - AI1


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IOEC2-AI2 NoSignal
Description Analog input signal is missing.
Causes - Analoge input signal is missing or signal level has dropped below the present minimum limit
- Wrong signal type selected (mA, V)
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
- Grounding of wiring may be done improperly
- IOEC Module
Rectification 1 Check parameter settings.
2 Check the auxiliary power supply of the external control device (if installed).
3 Measure the input signal with a multimeter to verify the correct signal level. If there is no signal
at all, check the wiring between the external control device and the analog input
4 Check IOEC - Module
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.66: ALARM WORD 7 Bit b05
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC2 - AI2

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IOEC2-AI3 NoSignal
Description Analog input signal is missing.
Causes - Analoge input signal is missing or signal level has dropped below the present minimum limit
- Wrong signal type selected (mA, V)
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
- Grounding of wiring may be done improperly
- IOEC Module
Rectification 1 Check parameter settings.
2 Check the auxiliary power supply of the external control device (if installed).
3 Measure the input signal with a multimeter to verify the correct signal level. If there is no signal
at all, check the wiring between the external control device and the analog input
4 Check IOEC - Module
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.66: ALARM WORD 7 Bit b06
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC2 - AI3

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IOEC2-AI4 NoSignal
Description Analog input signal is missing.
Causes - Analoge input signal is missing or signal level has dropped below the present minimum limit
- Wrong signal type selected (mA, V)
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
- Grounding of wiring may be done improperly
- IOEC Module
Rectification 1 Check parameter settings.
2 Check the auxiliary power supply of the external control device (if installed).
3 Measure the input signal with a multimeter to verify the correct signal level. If there is no signal
at all, check the wiring between the external control device and the analog input
4 Check IOEC - Module
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.66: ALARM WORD 7 Bit b07
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC2 - AI4

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IOEC3 Required
Description A function is enabled which requires IOEC3, but IOEC3 is not physically installed or enabled.
Causes wrong parameter settings
Rectification Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.63: ALARM WORD 4 Bit b08
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IOEC3-AI1 NoSignal
Description Analog input signal is missing.
Causes - Analoge input signal is missing or signal level has dropped below the present minimum limit
- Wrong signal type selected (mA, V)
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
- Grounding of wiring may be done improperly
- IOEC Module
Rectification 1 Check parameter settings.
2 Check the auxiliary power supply of the external control device (if installed).
3 Measure the input signal with a multimeter to verify the correct signal level. If there is no signal
at all, check the wiring between the external control device and the analog input
4 Check IOEC - Module
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.68: ALARM WORD 9 Bit b00
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC3 - AI1

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IOEC3-AI2 NoSignal
Description Analog input signal is missing.
Causes - Analoge input signal is missing or signal level has dropped below the present minimum limit
- Wrong signal type selected (mA, V)
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
- Grounding of wiring may be done improperly
- IOEC Module
Rectification 1 Check parameter settings.
2 Check the auxiliary power supply of the external control device (if installed).
3 Measure the input signal with a multimeter to verify the correct signal level. If there is no signal
at all, check the wiring between the external control device and the analog input
4 Check IOEC - Module
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.68: ALARM WORD 9 Bit b01
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC3 - AI2

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IOEC3-AI3 NoSignal
Description Analog input signal is missing.
Causes - Analoge input signal is missing or signal level has dropped below the present minimum limit
- Wrong signal type selected (mA, V)
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
- Grounding of wiring may be done improperly
- IOEC Module
Rectification 1 Check parameter settings.
2 Check the auxiliary power supply of the external control device (if installed).
3 Measure the input signal with a multimeter to verify the correct signal level. If there is no signal
at all, check the wiring between the external control device and the analog input
4 Check IOEC - Module
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.68: ALARM WORD 9 Bit b02
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC3 - AI3


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IOEC3-AI4 NoSignal
Description Analog input signal is missing.
Causes - Analoge input signal is missing or signal level has dropped below the present minimum limit
- Wrong signal type selected (mA, V)
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
- Grounding of wiring may be done improperly
- IOEC Module
Rectification 1 Check parameter settings.
2 Check the auxiliary power supply of the external control device (if installed).
3 Measure the input signal with a multimeter to verify the correct signal level. If there is no signal
at all, check the wiring between the external control device and the analog input
4 Check IOEC - Module
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.68: ALARM WORD 9 Bit b03
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC3 - AI4

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IOEC4 Required
Description A function is enabled which requires IOEC4, but IOEC4 is not physically installed or enabled
Causes Wrong parameter settings
Rectification Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.63: ALARM WORD 4 Bit b09
Related Parameters Related IO

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IOEC4-AI1 NoSignal
Description Analog input signal is missing.
Causes - Analoge input signal is missing or signal level has dropped below the present minimum limit
- Wrong signal type selected (mA, V)
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
- Grounding of wiring may be done improperly
- IOEC Module
Rectification 1 Check parameter settings.
2 Check the auxiliary power supply of the external control device (if installed).
3 Measure the input signal with a multimeter to verify the correct signal level. If there is no signal
at all, check the wiring between the external control device and the analog input
4 Check IOEC - Module
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.68: ALARM WORD 9 Bit b04
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC4 - AI1

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IOEC4-AI2 NoSignal
Description Analog input signal is missing.
Causes - Analoge input signal is missing or signal level has dropped below the present minimum limit
- Wrong signal type selected (mA, V)
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
- Grounding of wiring may be done improperly
- IOEC Module
Rectification 1 Check parameter settings.
2 Check the auxiliary power supply of the external control device (if installed).
3 Measure the input signal with a multimeter to verify the correct signal level. If there is no signal
at all, check the wiring between the external control device and the analog input
4 Check IOEC - Module
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.68: ALARM WORD 9 Bit b05
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC4 - AI2

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IOEC4-AI3 NoSignal
Description Analog input signal is missing.
Causes - Analoge input signal is missing or signal level has dropped below the present minimum limit
- Wrong signal type selected (mA, V)
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
- Grounding of wiring may be done improperly
- IOEC Module
Rectification 1 Check parameter settings.
2 Check the auxiliary power supply of the external control device (if installed).
3 Measure the input signal with a multimeter to verify the correct signal level. If there is no signal
at all, check the wiring between the external control device and the analog input
4 Check IOEC - Module
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.68: ALARM WORD 9 Bit b06
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC4 - AI3

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IOEC4-AI4 NoSignal
Description Analog input signal is missing.
Causes - Analoge input signal is missing or signal level has dropped below the present minimum limit
- Wrong signal type selected (mA, V)
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
- Grounding of wiring may be done improperly
- IOEC Module
Rectification 1 Check parameter settings.
2 Check the auxiliary power supply of the external control device (if installed).
3 Measure the input signal with a multimeter to verify the correct signal level. If there is no signal
at all, check the wiring between the external control device and the analog input
4 Check IOEC - Module
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.68: ALARM WORD 9 Bit b07
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC4 - AI4

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LimitSupervision
Description Actual or reference value of one or more monitoring functions is below or above the limit value.
Causes - The value which is monitored is below or above the limit value set by parameter
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1 Check the limit word 08.06 LIMIT WORD 2 to find out which actual or reference signal is on
the limit
2 Check the limit value of the monitored signal
3 Check parameters settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.64: ALARM WORD 5 Bit b07
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M/F F FaultPending
Description Master / Follower control. Follower has a pending fault.
Causes - Follower has tripped
- AMC board power supply of Follower drive
- DDCS fibre optic cables are not properly connected
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check Follower drive
2) Check AMC power supply of follower drive
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.71: ALARM WORD 12 Bit b01
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M/F M FaultPending
Description Master / Follower control. Master has a pending fault.
Causes - Master has tripped
- AMC board power supply of Master drive
- DDCS fibre optic cables are not properly connected
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check Master drive
2) Check AMC power supply of master drive
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.71: ALARM WORD 12 Bit b00
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MacroChange
Description User macro change is active.
Causes - User macro change active as requeseted
- User macro change by overriding system selected
- Wrong parameter settings
- IOEC Module defect
Rectification 1 Check parameter settings
2 Check control from overriding system
3 Check IOEC module
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.60: ALARM WORD 1 Bit b14
Related Parameters Related IO AMC34 - CH0, AMC34 -
CH4

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MCB AvailableSig
Description MCB is not available for closing.
Causes - MCB is in test position or racked out
- MCB tripped by protection device
- Wrong parameter settings
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
- IOEC I/O Moule faulty
Rectification 1 Check if MCB is racked in and no trip command is actice
2 Check parameter settings
3 Check IOEC - Module
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.63: ALARM WORD 4 Bit b11
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MCB OnPrevent
Description On command (MCB close command) is prevented.
- ACS 2000 in RdyOn state:
MCB OnPrevent active -->MSM state changes to NOT READY ON -->closing of MCB is
prevented -->charging is not possible -->CDP312 Panel shows INU state "Not Ready ON".
Alarm message MCB OnPrevent is active.
- ACS 2000 in RdyRun state:
NO REACTION
- ACS 2000 in RdyRef state:
NO REACTION
Causes - digital input is high active but should be low active
- IOEC I/O module faulty
- loose or disconnected wire
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Chech that parameter settings corresponds to the needs (high / low active, ...)
2) Check cabling
3) Chech parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.71: ALARM WORD 12 Bit b13
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MotBearingDETemp
Description Motor bearing over temperature on driven end (DE) detected.
Causes - bearing temperature too high, exceeds alarm level
- Ambient temperature too high
- bearing cooling (oil) Faulty
- Wiring in protection circuit Faulty
- parameter for alarm limit is Set Wrong
- IOEC Module Faulty
- Wiring in The protection circuit Loose
- Shielding of control cables not properly grounded
Rectification 1 Verify that the parameter settings are correct
2 Check the correct limits for overtemperature trip by consulting the customer and motor
manuals
3 Check the motor bearing system
Follow standard procedure. See 13.3 Standard Procedure for Troubleshooting
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.67: ALARM WORD 8 Bit b12
Related Parameters Related IO

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MotBearingNDETemp
Description Motor bearing over temperature on non driven end (NDE) detected.
Causes - bearing temperature too high, exceeds alarm level
- Ambient temperature too high
- bearing cooling (oil) Faulty
- Wiring in protection circuit Faulty
- parameter for alarm limit is Set Wrong
- IOEC Module Faulty
- Wiring in The protection circuit Loose
- Shielding of control cables not properly grounded
Rectification 1 Verify that the parameter settings are correct
2 Check the correct limits for overtemperature trip by consulting the customer and motor
manuals
3 Check the motor bearing system
Follow standard procedure. See 13.3 Standard Procedure for Troubleshooting
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.67: ALARM WORD 8 Bit b13
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MotorBearing1
Description Motor bearing 1 alarm
Causes - pending alarm related to motor bearing
- wrong wiring
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check bearing
2) Check wiring
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.70: ALARM WORD 11 Bit b03
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MotorBearing2
Description Motor bearing 2 alarm
Causes - pending alarm related to motor bearing
- wrong wiring
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check motor bearing
2) Check wiring
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.70: ALARM WORD 11 Bit b04
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MotorCBMon
Description Monitoring of circuit breaker for motor cooler and/or heater.
Causes - Thermal protection of motor space heater/cooling fan has released
- Wrong wiring
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check thermal protection
2) Check wiring
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 52.04: ACU ALARM WORD 1 Bit b14
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MotorOvLoadProt
Description Motor current too high for speed according to defined profile
Causes Load larger than expectd for application.
Load profile defined in Parameters 30.31 - 30.50 is incorrect.
Rectification Evaluate application.
Adjust Parameters, 30.25 - 30.50
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.67: ALARM WORD 8 Bit 11
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MotorRunPrevent
Description Run Command is prevented (unexpected start of motor).
ACS 2000 is in "Ready ON" State :Motor Run Prevention is active =>ACS 2000 keeps in
"READY ON" state & ACS 2000 state changes also to "NOT READY RUN".
ACS 2000 is in "Ready RUN" State : Motor Run Prevented is active =>ACS 2000 state
changes to " NOT READY RUN ".
ACS 2000 is in "Ready REF" State : Motor Run Prevention is active =>ACS 2000 no reaction.
Causes - digital input is "high active" but should be "low active"
- IOEC I/O Module faulty
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1 Check that parameter settings correspond to the needs (high - / low active signal)
2 Check loose cable wiring, correct connection
3 Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.71: ALARM WORD 12 Bit b14
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MotorStallProtec
Description Motor stall protection trip.

The motor stall function protects the motor from overheating by monitoring output frequency and
current. If motor frequency is below freq. limit and the torque is above torque limit for a preset
time the trip is initiated..
Causes - Motor stalled as described above
- Wrong parameter setting
Rectification 1 Check parameter settings
2 Lower stall frequency temporarily, start drive to see if fault has disappeared. Be careful not to
overheat the motor
3 Check that motor and converter are correctly dimensioned and that they match the required
load
4 Verify what kind of loading profile is normally used near the stall area.
5 Check the normal loading of the drive and verify the driven equipment and the motor bearing
are functioning properly and sized correctly
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.61: ALARM WORD 2 Bit b05
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MotorUnLoadProt
Description Motor current too low for speed according to defined profile
Causes Load smaller than expectd for application.
Load profile defined in Parameters 30.31 - 30.50 is incorrect.
Rectification Evaluate application.
Adjust Parameters, 30.25 - 30.50
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.67: ALARM WORD 8 Bit 10
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MotorVibration1
Description Motor vibration 1 alarm
Causes - motor has vibrations
- wrong wiring
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check motor for vibrations
2) Check wiring
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.70: ALARM WORD 11 Bit b01
Related Parameters Related IO

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MotorVibration2
Description Motor vibration 2 alarm
Causes - motor has vibrations
- wrong wiring
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check motor for vibrations
2) CHeck wiring
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.70: ALARM WORD 11 Bit b02
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MotorWdg2U OTemp
Description Motor winding U overtemperature alarm. 2nd set.
Causes - Motor load too high
- Ambient temperature too high
- Motor cooling faulty
- Wrong wiring
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check motor load and ambient temperature and compare with rated figures. Refer to motor
manual
2) Check if installation conditions are satisfactory
3) Check cooling equipment
4) Check wiring
5) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.67: ALARM WORD 8 Bit b03
Related Parameters Related IO

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MotorWdg2V OTemp
Description Motor winding V overtemperature alarm. 2nd set.
Causes - Motor load too high
- Ambient temperature too high
- Motor cooling faulty
- Wrong wiring
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check motor load and ambient temperature and compare with rated figures. Refer to motor
manual
2) Check if installation conditions are satisfactory
3) Check cooling equipment
4) Check wiring
5) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.67: ALARM WORD 8 Bit b04
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MotorWdg2W OTemp
Description Motor winding W overtemperature alarm. 2nd set.
Causes - Motor load too high
- Ambient temperature too high
- Motor cooling faulty
- Wrong wiring
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check motor load and ambient temperature and compare with rated figures. Refer to motor
manual
2) Check if installation conditions are satisfactory
3) Check cooling equipment
4) Check wiring
5) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.67: ALARM WORD 8 Bit b05
Related Parameters Related IO

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MotorWdgU OTemp
Description Motor winding U overtemperature alarm
Causes - Motor load too high
- Ambient temperature too high
- Motor cooling faulty
- Wrong wiring
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check motor load and ambient temperature and compare with rated figures. Refer to motor
manual
2) Check if installation conditions are satisfactory
3) Check cooling equipment
4) Check wiring
5) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.67: ALARM WORD 8 Bit b00
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MotorWdgV OTemp
Description Motor winding V overtemperature alarm
Causes - Motor load too high
- Ambient temperature too high
- Motor cooling faulty
- Wrong wiring
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check motor load and ambient temperature and compare with rated figures. Refer to motor
manual
2) Check if installation conditions are satisfactory
3) Check cooling equipment
4) Check wiring
5) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.67: ALARM WORD 8 Bit b01
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MotorWdgW OTemp
Description Motor winding W overtemperature alarm
Causes - Motor load too high
- Ambient temperature too high
- Motor cooling faulty
- Wrong wiring
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check motor load and ambient temperature and compare with rated figures. Refer to motor
manual
2) Check if installation conditions are satisfactory
3) Check cooling equipment
4) Check wiring
5) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.67: ALARM WORD 8 Bit b02
Related Parameters Related IO

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No3phPowerAvail
Description No 3ph power (auxiliary) is available
Causes - No feeding 3ph auxiliary power available
- open circuit breakers
- wrong wiring
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check auxiliary power
2) Check circuit breakers
3) Check wiring
4) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.62: ALARM WORD 3 Bit b00
Related Parameters Related IO IOEC3 - DI5, IOEC3 -
DI6

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PanelLost
Description Failure in the RS-485 communication between the AMC board and the control panel CDP312 or
to DriveWindow SW (if PC is used).
Causes - The control panel connection may have come loose.
- Wrong parameter setting
Rectification 1 Check that the cable from AMC board via NDPI to the control panel is properly connected
2 Unplug and replug the cable a few times
3 Check the local control device (CDP 312 panel, DriveWindow etc.)
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.60: ALARM WORD 1 Bit b05
Related Parameters Related IO AMC34

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ParamSaveActive
Description Parameter saving is active.
Causes - Parameter saving is actice as requested (e.g. Macro change, User Macro Save)
- Parameter for "parameter save" is selected
Rectification 1 Parameter save is activated from overriding system
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.60: ALARM WORD 1 Bit b04
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ProcessStop
Description Process Stop is active (customer function).
Causes - Process Stop function is active (as requested)
- Wrong parameter settings
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
- IOEC I/O Moule faulty
Rectification 1 Check parameter settings
2 Check programmed "Process Stop" function (limit value, monitored signal)
3 Check IOEC - Module
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.63: ALARM WORD 4 Bit b00
Related Parameters Related IO

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RTD Lost - BearDE
Description RTD sensor lost. Bearing driven end.
Causes - loose or disconnected wire(s)
- broken PT100 to 4..20mA transducer
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check wiring
2) Check transducer
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.69: ALARM WORD 10 Bit b11
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RTD Lost - BearNDE
Description RTD sensor lost. Bearing none driven end.
Causes - loose or disconnected wire(s)
- broken PT100 to 4..20mA transducer
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check wiring
2) Check transducer
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.69: ALARM WORD 10 Bit b12
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RTD Lost - InvAir
Description RTD sensor lost. Inverter (COU) air temperature.
Causes - loose or disconnected wire(s)
- broken PT100 to 4..20mA transducer
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check wiring
2) Check transducer
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.69: ALARM WORD 10 Bit b00
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LDAI6140 ACS 2000AD 65/70
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RTD Lost - MWdg2U
Description RTD sensor lost. Motor winding U, 2nd set.
Causes - loose or disconnected wire(s)
- broken PT100 to 4..20mA transducer
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check wiring
2) Check transducer
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.69: ALARM WORD 10 Bit b08
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RTD Lost - MWdg2V
Description RTD sensor lost. Motor winding V, 2nd set.
Causes - loose or disconnected wire(s)
- broken PT100 to 4..20mA transducer
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check wiring
2) Check transducer
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.69: ALARM WORD 10 Bit b09
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RTD Lost - MWdg2W
Description RTD sensor lost. Motor winding W, 2nd set.
Causes - loose or disconnected wire(s)
- broken PT100 to 4..20mA transducer
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check wiring
2) Check transducer
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.69: ALARM WORD 10 Bit b10
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RTD Lost - MWdgU
Description RTD sensor lost. Motor winding U, 1st set.
Causes - loose or disconnected wire(s)
- broken PT100 to 4..20mA transducer
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check wiring
2) Check transducer
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.69: ALARM WORD 10 Bit b05
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Troubleshooting Manual
66/70 Version LDAI6140 Troubleshooting Manual
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RTD Lost - MWdgV
Description RTD sensor lost. Motor winding V, 1st set.
Causes - loose or disconnected wire(s)
- broken PT100 to 4..20mA transducer
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check wiring
2) Check transducer
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.69: ALARM WORD 10 Bit b06
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RTD Lost - MWdgW
Description RTD sensor lost. Motor winding W, 1st set.
Causes - loose or disconnected wire(s)
- broken PT100 to 4..20mA transducer
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check wiring
2) Check transducer
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.69: ALARM WORD 10 Bit b07
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RTD Lost - TrafAir
Description RTD sensor lost. Transformer air temperature.
Causes - loose or disconnected wire(s)
- broken PT100 to 4..20mA transducer
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check wiring
2) Check transducer
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.69: ALARM WORD 10 Bit b01
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RTD Lost - TWdgU
Description RTD sensor lost. Transformer winding U.
Causes - loose or disconnected wire(s)
- broken PT100 to 4..20mA transducer
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check wiring
2) Check transducer
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.69: ALARM WORD 10 Bit b02
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LDAI6140 ACS 2000AD 67/70
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RTD Lost - TWdgV
Description RTD sensor lost. Transformer winding V.
Causes - loose or disconnected wire(s)
- broken PT100 to 4..20mA transducer
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check wiring
2) Check transducer
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.69: ALARM WORD 10 Bit b03
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RTD Lost - TWdgW
Description RTD sensor lost. Transformer winding W.
Causes - loose or disconnected wire(s)
- broken PT100 to 4..20mA transducer
- wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check wiring
2) Check transducer
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.69: ALARM WORD 10 Bit b04
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TimeoutTestSeq
Description Test sequence timeout (SEQUENCE HANDLER: Sequence 2 Step 1).
Causes - Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1 Check for other related faults
2 Compare all parameters with Parameter Setting List
3 Reset aux power and restart the drive
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.61: ALARM WORD 2 Bit b00
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TrafoOilLevel
Description Transformer oil level too high or too low (oil level indicator).
Causes - Transformer protecting device is sending an alarm
- oil leakage or Transformer incomplete filling
- alarm signal may by in The Wrong way (high or low active)
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1 Check transformer oil level. Refer to transformer manual
2 Check if transformer gaskets, coolers or tank is damaged (damage in these can cause oil
leakage)
3 Check if the alarm signal is high or low active.
4 Check parameter settings.
5 Check the wiring between the external transformer protection and the converter.
6 Check if shielding of control cables is properly grounded
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.70: ALARM WORD 11 Bit b09
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Troubleshooting Manual
68/70 Version LDAI6140 Troubleshooting Manual
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TrafoOilTemp
Description Fault from external monitoring of Main transformer (Oil temperature monitoring).
Causes - Transformer protecting device tripped
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1 Check external transformer protecting device and transformer
2 Check that all alarm limit settings are correctly set
3 Check wiring between external protecting device and ACS 2000
4 Check wiring to protecting device inputs
5 Check IOEC Module
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.70: ALARM WORD 11 Bit b10
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TrafoPressRelief
Description Transformer rapid pressure relief alarm.
Causes - Fault detected by Main transformer
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1 Check transformer according to the instructions in transformer manual
2 Check that all alarm limit settings are correctly set
3 Check wiring between Buchholz protection circuit and ACS 2000
4 Check parameters settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.70: ALARM WORD 11 Bit b11
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TrafoPressRise
Description Transformer rapid pressure rise alarm (Buchholz)
Causes - Fault detected by Main transformer Buchholz relay
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1 Check transformer according to the instructions in transformer manual
2 Check that all alarm limit settings are correctly set
3 Check wiring between Buchholz protection circuit and ACS 2000
4 Check parameters settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.70: ALARM WORD 11 Bit b12
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TrafoPressVac
Description Alarm from external monitoring of Main transformer (vaccuum pressure rise).
Causes - Transformer protecting device tripped
- Loose or disconnected wire(s)
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1 Check external transformer protecting device and transformer
2 Check that all trip limit settings are correctly set
3 Check wiring between external protecting device and ACS 2000
4 Check wiring to protecting device inputs
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.70: ALARM WORD 11 Bit b13
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LDAI6140 ACS 2000AD 69/70
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TransfCBMon
Description Monitoring of circuit breaker for motor cooler and/or heater.
Causes - Thermal protection of transformer space heater/cooling fan has released
- Wrong wiring
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check thermal protection
2) Check wiring
3) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 52.04: ACU ALARM WORD 1 Bit b13
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TransfWdgU OTemp
Description Main transformer winding U overtemperature alarm
Causes - Transformer load too high
- Ambient temperature too high
- Transformer cooling faulty
- Wrong wiring
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check transformer load and ambient temperature and compare with rated figures. Refer to
transformer manual
2) Check if installation conditions are satisfactory
3) Check cooling equipment
4) Check wiring
5) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.66: ALARM WORD 7 Bit b09
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TransfWdgV OTemp
Description Main transformer winding V overtemperature alarm
Causes - Transformer load too high
- Ambient temperature too high
- Transformer cooling faulty
- Wrong wiring
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check transformer load and ambient temperature and compare with rated figures. Refer to
transformer manual
2) Check if installation conditions are satisfactory
3) Check cooling equipment
4) Check wiring
5) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.66: ALARM WORD 7 Bit b10
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Troubleshooting Manual
70/70 Version LDAI6140 Troubleshooting Manual
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TransfWdgW OTemp
Description Main transformer winding W overtemperature alarm
Causes - Transformer load too high
- Ambient temperature too high
- Transformer cooling faulty
- Wrong wiring
- Wrong parameter settings
Rectification 1) Check transformer load and ambient temperature and compare with rated figures. Refer to
transformer manual
2) Check if installation conditions are satisfactory
3) Check cooling equipment
4) Check wiring
5) Check parameter settings
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.66: ALARM WORD 7 Bit b11
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ZeroSpeedLimForced
Description Zero speed limit forced for 1sec to max speed limit value (Par. 20.03 ZERO SPEED LIMIT is set
to value of Par. 20.02 MAXIMUM SPEED)
Causes - Emergency Stop by ramp faild (speed diff to big)
Rectification 1 Zero speed limit is set to maximum for 1s to get "Zero Speed Indication" after a coast stop or
ramp stop failed by EmergencyStop
2 Speed difference supervision is to big
FaultClass INU
FaultClass ARU
Fault Word 09.62: ALARM WORD 3 Bit b12
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