|Question:||What is an A.9F alarm?|
|Answer:||The MP940 uses the A.9F (A9F) alarm as a general warning for several conditions. The conditions include:|
1) Excessive positioning error
2) Local I/O error
3) External Encoder disconnected
4) Network communication error
5) Divide by zero or parameter setting error
To help isolate the problem causing an A.9F warning, please see the documents below. It should also be noted that an A.9F warning does not necessarily prevent the MP940 program from executing.
Key words: A9F, A.9F, alarm, error
|Product:||MP940 Machine Controller, SGDH Sigma II |
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