#3 Drive Fault

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#3 Drive Fault

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I am setting up a new Oak with AutomationDirect SVA-2100. I can't get pass #3 Drive Fault s error. I've swapped the encoder cables on the Oak and the error stays on #3.
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Re: #3 Drive Fault

Post by tblough »

Is it wired correctly?
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Re: #3 Drive Fault

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A common error is to forget to connect 24VDC to H2.

To guess at anything beyond that, we would have to see a Report; some pictures (of the wiring and of the Alt-i screen); and the wiring diagrams.
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Re: #3 Drive Fault

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cgspecialmachine wrote: Wed Nov 04, 2020 4:52 pm I am setting up a new Oak with AutomationDirect SVA-2100. I can't get pass #3 Drive Fault s error. I've swapped the encoder cables on the Oak and the error stays on #3.
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