E. br Error! brake 56 Error: can occur in the case of switched on brake control (see chapter 6.9.5), if the load is below the minimum load level (Pn.43) at start up or the absence of an engine phase was detected the load is too high and the hardware current limit is reached
E.buS Error! Watchdog 18 Adjusted monitoring time (Watchdog) of communication between operator and PC / operator and inverter has been exceeded.
E.Cdd Error! calc. drive data 60 Error: During the automatic motor stator resistance measurement
E.dOH Error! drive overheat 9 Error: Overtemperature of motor PTC. Error can only be reset at E.ndOH, if PTC is again low-resistance. Causes: resistance at the terminals T1/T2 >1650 Ohm motor overloaded line breakage to the temperature sensor
E.dri Error! driver relay 51 Error: Driver relay. Relay for driver voltage on power circuit has not picked up even though control release was given.
E.EEP Error! EEPROM defective t 21 After reset the operation is again possible (without storage in the EEPROM)
E. EF Error! external fault 31 Error: External error. Is triggered, if a digital input is being programmed as external error input and trips.
E.EnC Error! Encoder cable 32 Cable breakage at the resolver or incremental encoder
E.HybC Error! hybrid changed 59 Error: Encoder interface identifier has changed, it must be confirmed over ec.0 or ec.10.
E.iEd Error! input error detect 53 Hardware failure at the NPN/PNP change-over or at the start/stop measurement.
E.InI Error! initialisation MFC 57 MFC not booted.
E.LSF Error! load shunt fault 15 Load-shunt relay has not picked up. occurs for a short time during the switch-on phase, but must automatically be reset immediately. If the error message remains the following causes may be applicable: load-shunt defective input voltage wrong or too low high losses in the supply cable braking resistor wrongly connected or damaged braking module defective
E.ndOH no ERROR drive overheat 11 Motor temperature switch or PTC at the terminals T1/T2 is again in the normal operating range. The error can be reset now.
E.nOH no E. over heat pow.mod. 36 Temperature of the heat sink is again in the permissible operating range. The error can be reset now.
E.nOHI no ERROR overheat int. 7 No longer overheating in the interior E.OHI, interior temperature has fallen by at least 3°C
E.nOL no ERROR overload 17 No more overload, OL-counter has reached 0%; after the error E.OL a cooling phase must elapse. This message appears upon completion of the cooling phase. The error can be reset now. The inverter must remain switched on during the cooling phase.
E.nOL2 no ERROR overload 2 20 The cooling time has elapsed. The error can be reset
E. OC Error! overcurrent 4 Occurs, if the specified peak current is exceeded. Causes: acceleration ramps too short the load is too big at turned off acceleration stop and turned off constant current limit short-circuit at the output short-circuit at the output deceleration ramp too short motor cable too long EMC DC brake at high ratings active (see 6.9.3)
E. OH Error! overheat pow.mod. 8 Error: Overtemperature of power module. Error can only be reset at E.nOH. Causes: insufficient air flow at the heat sink (soiled) ambient temperature too high ventilator clogged
E.OH2 Error! motor protection 30 Electronic motor protective relay has tripped.
E.OHI Error! overheat internal 6 Error: Overheating in the interior: error can only be reset at E.nOHI, if the interior temperature has dropped by at least 3 °C.
E. OL Error! overload (Ixt) 16 Error: Overload error can only be reset at E.nOL, if OL-counter reaches 0% again. Occurs, if an excessive load is applied longer than for the permissible time (see technical data). Causes: poor control adjustment (overshooting) mechanical fault or overload in the application inverter not correctly dimensioned motor wrongly wired motor wrongly wired encoder damaged
E.OL2 Error! overload 2 19 Occurs if the standstill constant current is exceeded (see technical data and overload characteristics). The error can only be reset if the cooling time has elapsed and E.nOL2 is displayed.
E. OP Error! Overvoltage 1 Voltage in the DC-link circuit too high. Occurs when the DC bus voltage rises above the permissible value. Causes: poor controller adjustment (overshooting) input voltage too high interference voltages at the input deceleration ramp too short braking resistor defective or too small
E.OS Error! over speed 58 Real speed is bigger than the max. output speed.
E.PFC Error! Power factor control 33 Error in the power factor control
E.PrF Error! prot. rot. for. 46 The drive has driven onto the right limit switch. Programmed response
„Error, restart after reset” (see chapter 6.7 „Response to errors or warning messages”).
E.Prr Error! prot. rot. rev. 47 The drive has driven onto the left limit switch. Programmed response „Error, restart after reset” (see chapter 6.7 „Response to errors or warning messages”).
E. Pu Error! power unit 12 Error: General power circuit fault
E.Puci Error! Unknown power unit 49 Error: During the initialization the power circuit could not be recognized or was identified as invalid.