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Alarm Code Of Amada Press Brake And Its Handling Method

AMADA press brake machine is a cost-effective equipment in sheet metal processing plant, because it has high bending precision, fast speed and few faults.

When using AMADA CNC press brake for the first time, the operator may not know the alarm code information, which is generally caused by misoperation, and some of them are equipment fault codes.

This post list the error code and handling method of AMD CNC press brake for you to solve your press brake’s problem.

Alarm list  Serial number  Alarm information   Processing method

1000

Battery failure

Press the reset key.

1001

ROM check sum error

Turn off the power, replace the ROM and turn on the power.

1002

D / A digital to analog converter error (host side)

Shut down, repair and turn on the power supply.

1003

D / A digital to analog converter error (slave side)

Shut down, repair and turn on the power supply.

1004

PC ROM fault

Turn off the power, replace the ROM and turn on the power.

1008

D-axis ROM fault

Turn off the power, replace the ROM and turn on the power.

1009

D-axis ROM fault

Turn off the power, replace the motherboard and turn on the power.

1012

Y-axis ROM fault

Turn off the power, replace the ROM and turn on the power.

1013

Y-axis ROM fault

Turn off the power, replace the motherboard and turn on the power.

1014

Z-axis ROM fault

Turn off the power, replace the ROM and turn on the power.

1015

Z-axis ROM fault

Turn off the power, replace the motherboard and turn on the power.

1016

D-axis cannot be sequenced

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1018

Y-axis cannot be sequenced

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1019

Z-axis cannot be sequenced

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1020

D-axis parameter failure

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1022

Y-axis parameter failure

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1023

Z-axis parameter fault

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1024

Relay fault

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1025

Temperature switch of hydraulic motor

Find out the possible causes and deal with them. Reset the temperature switch and turn on the power.

1026

Tonnage error

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1027

Main pressure too high

Find out the possible causes and handle them, and press the alarm reset key.

1028

Air pressure drop

Find out the possible causes and handle them, and press the alarm reset key.

1029

Uneven pressure

Find out the possible causes and handle them, and press the alarm reset key.

1031

NC hardware emergency stop

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1032

The protective cover is opened

Close the cover and press the alarm reset key.

1035

Upper mold action failed

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1036

Relay fault (1)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

1037

Relay fault (2)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

1038

Relay fault (3)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

1039

Relay fault (4)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

1040

Relay fault (5)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

1041

Relay fault (6)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

1042

Relay fault (7)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

1043

Relay fault (8)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

1044

Abnormal stop

Press the emergency open button to open the upper die and press the alarm reset key.

1045

Message error (ladder detection)

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1046

Message error (bndnc detection)

Message error (bndnc found)

1047

Mmi-nc information error

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

1048

CS1 – remote I / O information error

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1050

NC temperature alarm

Turn off the power and cool.

1051

Control panel temperature alarm

Turn off the power and cool.

1052

EEPROM write overcurrent

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1053

Parameter alarm & Shutdown

Turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1054

System alarm

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1055

WDT alarm

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1056

Thermometer failure

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1057

Pressure sensor failure

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1060

Upper die lifting failed

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1063

Upper module return failed

Turn off the power, find out the possible causes and deal with them, and press the alarm reset key.

1068

M1AT (Main) fault

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

1069

M1AT (Times) fault

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

1070

Abnormal stop  (M1 tilt abnormal stop)

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1071

Abnormal stop (2) (MPC abnormal stop)

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1072

Abnormal stop (3) (M1 deceleration abnormal stop)

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1073

Abnormal stop (4) (abnormal close detection)

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1075

Relay fault (10) (foot switch error)

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1076

Relay fault (11) (abnormal stop error)

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1077

Relay fault (12) (sending off signal error)

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1078

Relay fault (13) (M1 sends open signal error)

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1079 

Relay failure (14) (alternative safety device invalid error)

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1080

Relay fault (15) (close start MPC error)

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

 

1081

Relay fault (16) (maximum closing limit on error)

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1082

Relay failure (17) (causing abnormal fr bending (number of blows)

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1083

Relay fault (18) (FS1a error)

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1084

Relay fault (19) (fs1b error)

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1085

Relay fault (20) (prevent reoperation error)

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1086

Relay fault (21) (operation error)

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1087

Relay fault (22) (closing start Ka error)

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1088

Relay fault (23) (maximum closing limit storage error)

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1089

Relay fault (24) (full up mode error)

Shut down, turn off the power, repair, and turn on the power.

1090

Relay fault (25) (closing M1 error)

Shut down, turn off the power, repair, and turn on the power.

1091

Relay fault (26) (closing LSV error)

Shut down, turn off the power, repair, and turn on the power.

1092

Relay fault (27) (normal action relay error)

Shut down, turn off the power, repair, and turn on the power.

1093

Relay fault (28) (initialization detection error)

Shut down, turn off the power, repair, and turn on the power.

1094

Safety valve error

Press alarm reset.

1095

Pre injection pilot valve error

Press alarm reset.

1096

Transmission valve error

Press alarm reset.

1100

Internal logic error 1 (unable to count SD timer)

Reset the power supply.

1101

Internal logic error 1 (SD position output when SD timer counts)

Press the alarm reset key.

1102

Internal logic error 1 (start condition is different from valve condition)

Reset the power supply.

1103

Raster error

Press the alarm reset key.

1111

Float valve error

Move the upper die to its opening limit position, and then inject oil again.

1112 

The upper die and tension bar may have been twisted

Move the upper die to its opening limit position and reset the alarm. If the l-axis tilts, repair and restart the system.

1113

Upper mold locking movement error

Repair and reset the power supply.

1114

Replace the filter element

If blocked, replace the element.

1115

Action gain change error

1116

Leakage error

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1117

Leakage error

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1118

Filter blockage alarm

The signal line may be disconnected. Turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1120

CS1 abnormal stop circuit fault (remote I / O)

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1121

NC abnormal stop circuit fault 1

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1122

Abnormal gain detection circuit fault 1

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1123

CS1 abnormal stop circuit fault 1

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1124

Tilt detection circuit fault 1

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1125 

CS1 abnormal stop circuit fault 2

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1126  

Restart to prevent circuit failure

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1127

Abnormal gain detection circuit fault 2

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1128

NC abnormal stop circuit fault 2

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1129

Tilt detection circuit fault 2

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

1150 

Fu1 (linear servo amplifier power fuse) is off

Replace fuse 1 and reset the power supply.

1151  

Fu2 (AC100V power fuse) is off

Replace fuse 2 and reset the power supply.

1150

Fu2 (DC24V power fuse) is off

Find out the cause, replace fuse 2 and reset the power supply.

1151

Fu3 (Z-axis brake fuse) is off

Replace fuse 3 and reset the power supply.

1152

Fu3 (AC100V power fuse) is off

Find out the cause, replace fuse 3 and reset the power supply.

1153

Fu5 (DC24V power fuse) is off

Replace fuse 5 and reset the power supply.

1153

Fu5 (DC24V power fuse) is off

Find out the cause, replace fuse 5 and reset the power supply.

1154

Fu (valve controller power fuse) is off

Replace fuse 6 and reset the power supply.

1155 

Fu4 (Z-axis brake fuse) is off

Find out the cause, replace fuse 4 and reset the power supply.

1200

D1 – abnormal pressure on shaft rod

The hydraulic system may have broken. Turn off the power, repair and then power on.

1201

D2 – abnormal pressure on shaft rod

The hydraulic system may have broken. Turn off the power, repair and then power on.

1202

D1 – abnormal logic pressure on shaft rod

The hydraulic system may have broken. Turn off the power, repair and then power on.

1203

D2 – abnormal logic pressure on shaft rod

The hydraulic system may have broken. Turn off the power, repair and then power on.

1204

Ramlocklimit error.

Shut down, repair and turn on the power supply.

1300

Axis d1abs encoder initialization error

Shut down, repair and turn on the power supply.

1301   

Axis d1abs encoder initialization error

Shut down, repair and turn on the power supply.

1302 

Parameter changes are prohibited before resetting the origin

Reset the power supply.

1303

The beam is opened during ABS encoder loading

Reset the power supply.

1304 

ABS encoder error 1

Shut down, repair and turn on the power supply.

1305

ABS encoder error 2

Shut down, repair and turn on the power supply.

1306

Encoder data alarm (servo amplifier alarm a.84)

Shut down, repair and turn on the power supply.

1307

Encoder battery alarm (servo amplifier alarm a.83)

Replace the battery (servo amplifier).

1308  

Encoder summation check alarm (servo amplifier alarm a.82)

Reset the power supply.

1309

Encoder backup alarm (servo amplifier alarm a.81)

Reset absolute origin.

1998

Valve action error

Turn off the power and then turn it on.   (repair required).

1999

High voltage signal error

The ball joint or pressure sensor may have been disconnected. Turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

2000

CC shaft overtravel (-)

Move the CC axis in the (+) direction and press the alarm reset key.

2001

D-axis overtravel (+)

Move the d-axis in the (-) direction and press the alarm reset key.

2002

D-axis tilt

Fix and press the alarm reset key.

2003

L1 – shaft overtravel (+)

Move L1 axis in (-) direction and press alarm reset key.

2004

L2 – shaft overtravel (+)

Move the L2 axis in the (-) direction and press the alarm reset key.

2005  

L-axis tilt

Turn off the power, straighten the reverse travel limiter to balance it with the base, and turn on the power again.

2006

Handwheel encoder error.

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2007

Yr axis super program (+)

Move the yr axis in the (-) direction and press the alarm reset key.

2008 

YL axis program (-)

Move the YL axis in the (+) direction and press the alarm reset key.

2009

ZL axis program (-)

Move the ZL axis in the (+) direction and press the alarm reset key.

2010

Zr axis program (-)

Move the Zr axis in the (+) direction and press the alarm reset key.

2011

CC axis servo failure

Turn off the power, find out the possible causes, deal with them and turn on the power.

2012

L1 axis servo failure

Turn off the power, find out the possible causes, deal with them and turn on the power.

2013

L2 axis servo failure

Turn off the power, find out the possible causes, deal with them and turn on the power.

2014

Y-axis servo failure

Turn off the power, find out the possible causes, deal with them and turn on the power.

2015

Z-axis servo failure

Turn off the power, find out the possible causes, deal with them and turn on the power.

2016

D-axis encoder circuit fault

Turn off the power, replace the motherboard and turn on the power.

2018

Y-axis encoder circuit fault

Turn off the power, replace the motherboard and turn on the power.

2019

Z-axis encoder circuit fault

Turn off the power, replace the motherboard and turn on the power.

2020

D1 axis high frequency alarm

Restart the system after inspection.

2021

D2 axis high frequency alarm

Restart the system after inspection.

2022

Y-axis automatic zero balance fault

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

2023

Z-axis automatic zero balance fault

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

2024

D1-axis encoder fault

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

2025

D2-axis encoder fault

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

2026

L1-axis encoder fault

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

2027 

L2 axis encoder fault

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

2028

CC-axis encoder fault

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

2029

YL-axis encoder fault

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

2030

YR-axis encoder fault

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

2031

ZL-axis encoder fault

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

2032

ZR-axis encoder fault

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

2033  

Timeout while positioning D1 axis

Press the alarm reset key.   (repair required).

2034

Timeout while positioning D2 axis

Press the alarm reset key.   (repair required).

2036

L1-axis position setting timeout

Press the alarm reset key.   (maintenance required)

2037

L2-axis position setting timeout

Press the alarm reset key.   (maintenance required)

2038 

Timeout while positioning YL axis

Press the alarm reset key.   (repair required).

2039

Timeout when positioning yr axis

Press the alarm reset key.   (repair required).

2040

Timeout while positioning ZL axis

Press the alarm reset key.   (repair required).

2041  

Timeout while positioning Zr axis

Press the alarm reset key.   (repair required).

2042

Too many L1 axis errors

Adjust the servo mechanism.

2043

Too many errors in L2 axis

Adjust the servo mechanism.

2044

Too many errors on CC axis

Adjust the servo mechanism.

2045

Too many errors on d-axis

Shut down, turn off the power, repair and turn on the power.

2046

D1 – shaft overtravel (+)

Move the D-axis in the (-) direction and press the alarm reset key.

2047  

D2 – shaft overtravel (+)

Move the d-axis in the (-) direction and press the alarm reset key.

2048

ZL axis overtravel (+)

Move the Z-axis in the (-) direction and press the alarm reset key.

2049

ZR axis overtravel (+)

Move the Z-axis in the (-) direction and press the alarm reset key.

2050

No zero phase limit signal (D1 axis)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.   (repair required).

2051

No zero phase limit signal (D2 axis)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.   (repair required).

2052

No grid point (L1 axis)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.   (repair required).

2053

No grid point (L2 axis)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.   (repair required).

2054 

No grid point (CC axis)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.   (repair required).

2055

No zero phase limit signal (YL axis)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.   (repair required).

2056

No zero phase limit signal (YR axis)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.   (repair required).

2057

No zero phase limit signal (ZL axis)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.   (repair required).

2058

No zero phase limit signal (ZR axis)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.   (repair required).

2059 

No zero phase limit signal (PT axis)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.   (repair required).

2060

No zero phase limit signal (PW axis)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.   (repair required).

2061   

Clearance along D-axis

Press the alarm reset key.

2062

Clearance along l-axis

Press the alarm reset key.

2063

Clearance along YZ axis

Press the alarm reset key.

2065

The origin height has changed

Press the alarm reset key and reset the origin

2066  

The difference between left and right is too big

Turn off the power and then turn it on.   (repair required).

2067 

Passedgoal exceeded the target

Turn off the power and then turn it on.   (repair required).

2068

D-axis command sequence failure

Turn off the power and then turn it on.   (repair required).

2069

D-axis super program (-)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2070

D1 – shaft overtravel (-)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2071  

D2 – shaft overtravel (-)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2072

Too many errors on D1-axis

Adjust the servo mechanism.

2073

Too many errors on D2 axis

Adjust the servo mechanism.

2074

Z1-axis servo failure

Turn off the power, check the servo amplifier and turn on the power.

2075

Z2-axis servo failure

Turn off the power, check the servo amplifier and turn on the power.

2076

D1-axis servo failure

Turn off the power, check the servo amplifier and turn on the power.

2077

D2-axis servo failure

Turn off the power, check the servo amplifier and turn on the power.

2078

Y1-axis servo failure

Turn off the power, check the servo amplifier and turn on the power.

2079

Y2-axis servo failure

Turn off the power, check the servo amplifier and turn on the power.

2080

Main coil fault

Turn off the power and then turn it on.   (repair required).

2081

YR-axis sequence fault

Press the alarm reset key.

2083

ZL-axis sequence fault

Press the alarm reset key.

2083

ZR- axis sequence fault

Press the alarm reset key.

2084

PT-axis sequence fault

Press the alarm reset key.

2085

PW-axis sequence fault

Press the alarm reset key.

2086

L-axis movement timing fault

Press the alarm reset key.

2087

YZ-axis movement timing fault

Press the alarm reset key.

2090

D1 – too many errors on the axis (when stopped)

Adjust the servo mechanism.

2091

Too many errors on D2-axis (at stop)

Adjust the servo mechanism.

2092

D1 – too many errors on the axis (in motion)

Adjust the servo mechanism.

2093

Too many errors on D2-axis (in motion)

Adjust the servo mechanism.

2094   

D1 – too many errors on the axis (combined)

Adjust the servo mechanism.

2095

Too many errors on D2-axis (combined)

Adjust the servo mechanism.

2096

Too many errors on Y1-axis

Adjust the servo mechanism.

2097

Too many errors on Y2-axis

Adjust the servo mechanism.

2098

Too many errors on Z1 -axis

Adjust the servo mechanism.

2099

Too many errors on Z2- axis

Adjust the servo mechanism.

2100

L1 -axis communication determined

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2101

L2- axis communication determined

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2102   

Y1- axis communication determined

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2103  

Y2- axis communication determined

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2104

Z1- axis communication determined

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2105

Z2-axis communication determined

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2106

7-axis communication determined

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2107  

8-axis communication determined

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2108 

9-axis communication determined

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2109 

10 -axis communication determined

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2110

11- axis communication determined

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2111

2112

Communication fault alarm

Turn off the power and then turn it on.   (repair required).

2113

2114

External posture

Turn off the power and then turn it on.   (repair required).

2115

Overpressure

Turn off the power and then turn it on.   (repair required).

2116

Control power error

Turn off the power and then turn it on.   (repair required).

2117  

2118      

2119

The main power supply voltage decreases

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2120

Main power loss

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2121

Read write error

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2122

L1- axis power supply error

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2023

L2- axis power supply error

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2124

Y1- axis power supply error

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2125

Y2 -axis power supply error

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2126  

Z1- axis power supply error

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2127

Z2- axis power supply error

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2128

7-axis power supply error

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2129

8-axis power supply error

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2130

9-axis power supply error

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2131  

10- axis power supply error

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2132

11- axis power supply error

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2133

12- axis power supply error

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2134

2135

L1 – shaft overload

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2136

L2- axis overload

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2137

Y1- axis overload

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2138

Y2- axis overload

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2139

Z1 – shaft overload

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2140

Z2 -axis overload

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2141

7-shaft overload (optional)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2142

8-axis overload (optional)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2143

9-axis overload (optional)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2144

10 – shaft overload (optional)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2145

11 – shaft overload (optional)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2146

12 – shaft overload (optional)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2147

L1-axis acceleration

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2148

L2 -axis acceleration

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2149

Y1 -axis acceleration

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2150

Y2- axis acceleration

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2151 

Z1- axis acceleration

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2152

Z2 -axis acceleration

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2153

7-axis acceleration (optional)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2154

8-axis acceleration (optional)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2155  

9-axis acceleration (optional)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2156

10 – shaft acceleration (optional)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2157  

11 – shaft acceleration (optional)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2158 

12 – shaft acceleration (optional)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2159

L1 -axis speed control abnormal

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2160

L2 -axis speed control abnormal

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2161

Y1- axis speed control abnormal

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2162

Y2 -axis speed control abnormal

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2163

Z1- axis speed control abnormal

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2164

Z2 -axis speed control abnormal

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2165

7-axis speed control abnormal (optional)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2166

8-axis speed control abnormal (optional)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2167

9-axis speed control abnormal (optional)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

2168

10 – abnormal shaft speed control (optional)

Turn off the power and then turn it on.

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