ALARM 8001 TASK#0

  • Any idea what is causing the following alarm?


    ALARM 8001 TASK#0
    Open [Lincoln Setup]
    [20]


    This is on an ArcWorld cell with dual arm robots, Lincoln PowerWaves, STT Modules, and DX200 controllers. The cell has been in operation since January at a customers facility and this is the first time that I've scene this alarm. Any help would be appreciated.


    Thanks,

  • The alarm relates to Robot 1. 8001 (R1)


    Open [Lincoln Setup], then reboot. The previous alarm (8001 [21]-[24]) was ignored. You cannot weld or touchsense until this is resolved.


    Open [Arc Welding] > [Lincoln Setup]. Follow the instructions on screen, then reboot the robot controller.

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  • The alarm relates to Robot 1. 8001 (R1)


    Open [Lincoln Setup], then reboot. The previous alarm (8001 [21]-[24]) was ignored. You cannot weld or touchsense until this is resolved.


    Open [Arc Welding] > [Lincoln Setup]. Follow the instructions on screen, then reboot the robot controller.


    Mind telling me what alarm (8001 [21]-[24]) is?

  • [21] is something with the welder system has changed. You need to open [Lincoln Setup] and allow the system to rebuild some of the data for the weld settings.


    Open [Arc Welding] > [Lincoln Setup]. Wait for the Arc Data to update, then reboot the robot controller.


    [22] The system has just been upgraded from an old version and needs to update some weld settings.


    Open [Arc Welding] > [Lincoln Setup]. Wait for the Arc Data to save, then reboot the robot controller.


    [23] The system has just been upgraded from an old version and needs to update some weld settings.


    Open [Arc Welding] > [Lincoln Setup]. Wait for the Arc Data to save, then reboot the robot controller.


    [24] An ASF was loaded using the normal Ex Memory menu instead of the using the [Lincoln Setup] screen.


    Open [Arc Welding] > [Lincoln Setup]. Wait for the Arc Data to save, then reboot the robot controller.

    I know a thing or two, because I’ve seen a thing or two. Don't even ask about a third thing. I won't know it.

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