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General Electric 500V DC300 25HP 41 Amps Adjustable Speed Drive.

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General Electric 500V DC300 25HP 41 Amps Adjustable Speed Drive.

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Frequently Asked Questions about 7VXLD533CD01

What does the diagnostic readout 010101 mean?

The diagnostic readout 010101 has a fault number FL85 and a fault name A5FSH and means the SCR A5F or A2R is shorted (L, T). 

-A High current test may be enabled - run a low current test.

-Check for shorted out SCR and replace them.

What does the diagnostic readout 010110 mean?

The diagnostic readout 010110 has a fault number FL86 and a fault name A6FSH which means the SCR A6F or A3R is shorted (L, T).

-The High current test may be enabled - run a low current test.

-Check for a shorted SCR and replace. 

What does the diagnostic readout 011111 mean?

The diagnostic readout 011111 has a fault number FL95 and a fault name WATCH and means FUP watchdog has detected RUP has misoperated (L, T).

-See FL58 

-FL58  means the U4 is not communicating correctly with the U5. 

-Check for PROM revision compatibility

-Digital tach pulse rate exceeds 41,000 Hertz.

-Noise on the tach input. .

 

What does the diagnostic readout 100000 mean?

The diagnostic readout 100000 has no fault number and a fault name PASSEDand means the annunciates when SCR test has passed. NOTE that this is not a fault condition.

What does the diagnostic readout 100001 mean?

The diagnostic readout 100001 has a fault number FL97 and a fault name OCTFL and means the SCR open circuit test failed (L, T).

-A low current test may be enabled - run a high current test.

-The FU4-DC fuse is open (regenerative drive only). 

-The Armature circuit is open.

-Brushes are missing or are disconnected.

-The 5PL is disconnected or damaged.

-The Main contactor is not picking up.

-Loss of current feedback - check 1PL-20 and DRPL. 

-The P2-CFB ZERO on Power Supply card is misadjusted. 

Repair Services For 7VXLD533CD01

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Repair Service 1-2 weeks $877

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