1 month ago we did a reinstall of the system on a compact flashcard with boot files an upgrade bought via abb replacement parts. Btw thanx to Lemster68 Skooter Black for providing the tools and guidance, installation of the system was successful, after some test we verified that the system was working.
Last week we had some issues. With the movement of the robot, for unknown reason our abb s4c+ Irb 6400-2.8-200 began to have issues with jogging and now we suddenly can’t jog. We wanted to jog the robot to our work starting position with teachpendant (in our case a 3d printing tool path ) so we can read the quaternion data from the teachpendant and input that data in the offline programming software.
When on the teachpendant when the deadman switch is pressed motors on contractors click, but brake contractor won’t click.
When on teachpendant the deadman switch is fully pressed, The following error appears on the teachpendant.
Error message 37001
1 Check replace contractors (m.on/auxiliry)
2 replace panel board
We’re currently having problems we think with our s4c+ controller-specific the motor brake. We can visually see the k2 motor on both Runchain contractors click and audible sound. The k3 brake doesn’t click we als do not hear the robots motors/brake high pitch sound from being released as before. We have read the manual for some trouble shooting…but….What would be the approach to trickle down to the fault/s at hand here, can some one elaborate on the issue? We have attached the image of the error from teachpendant, an image of the contractors and an image from the power supply. We would like to hear which approach would best to start and to resolve the issue.
Regards Marcel kerkmans