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General Electric DC300 250HP 460V 347Amps 60Hz 3PH Adjustable Speed Drive.

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General Electric DC300 250HP 460V 347Amps 60Hz 3PH Adjustable Speed Drive.

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Frequently Asked Questions about 7VGS084CD02

What does the diagnostic readout 010111 mean?

The diagnostic readout 010111 has a fault number of FL23 and a fault name of OVERF and means there is a field overcurrent (L, T). 

-The field regulator is unstable.

-Field forcing at FRA (4TB20, 13PL-20) - check input scaling, (see Table 1 in the instruction book titled DC-300 Adjustable Speed Drives).

-The ADR076-FLDMX or ADR049-FTOCG are incorrect. 

-The field SCR is shorted -replace the Motor Field Module. 

What does the diagnostic readout 011000 mean?

The diagnostic readout 011000 has a fault number FL24 and a fault name of U3 FL which means a bad ram on the U3 8155 (L, T).

-Replace the Control card. 

What does diagnostic readout 011001 mean?

The diagnostic readout 011001 has a fault number FL25 and a fault name COMTR which means there is an SCR communication failure (L, T).

-There is a low AC line voltage (less than 90% rated).

- The ADR080-CMFLM is set too high- should not exceed 1.13 X AC RMS in line voltage. 

-The 1CPL is disconnected.

-The 1CPL is reversed.

-The P3-HP SEL and the JP9-11 gains are set too high on the Control card.

- The 1PL is disconnected or damaged.

-The Gate plug(s) are incorrectly connected.

-The SCR(s) have failed; try the SCR self test. 

What does the diagnostic readout 011010 mean?

The diagnostic readout 011010 has a fault number FL26 and a fault name ACIOC means there is a Circulating AC line fault (in regenerative controllers only) (L, T).

-There is a low or noisy AC line.

-There is an incorrect setting of the P3-HP SEL and the JP9-11 on the Control card.

-There is noise in the SCR gate leads.

- The 1PL is disconnected or damaged.

-The SCR(s) has failed; try SCR self test. 

Repair Services For 7VGS084CD02

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Repair Service 1-2 weeks $1218

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