Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 26 12:39:05 EDT 2013 | mmjm_1099
First started with having to replace the power supply in the computer. Once we did this now I am getting a "power failure detected" error on the screen as an alarm for the oven program. Anyone have some advice or input on this?
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 26 15:00:44 EDT 2013 | leemeyer
This is what the manual says about this message : Power Failure Detected A main power failure occurred and the machine is being powered by the UPS. All heaters are shut off immediately ad the conveyor clears all boards If main power is not restored w
Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 25 17:17:06 EDT 2007 | razor1
A German college has reported finding swarf particles on minimelf. No one state side is familiar with the term swarf. We have heard of it concerning machining and surfacing but not in the electronics industry. Has anyone heard of swarf particles on
Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 30 10:03:31 EDT 2013 | mmjm_1099
Got it powered back on Friday.... We did check the UPS (power-supply)and indeed it was bad. So we referenced the manual and found you can bypass the UPS all together. So we just directly plugged the machine past the UPS. Well the machine is running b
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 26 20:51:44 EDT 2007 | davef
You're correct. In the metal working industry, it's common to discuss swarf. For instance: Swarf is a mixture of small metal particles, cooling fluids, lubricants, and residuals from grinding media such as abrasive belts or stone wheels. Swarf is ty
Electronics Forum | Mon Apr 29 00:29:11 EDT 2013 | aemery
If you have a UPS on your machine there should be auxiliary contacts in the main breaker switch SW 1. These contacts tell the UPS if the main rotatary switch in turned to on or off. If the rotary switch was set to off the UPS knows not to turn on i
Electronics Forum | Sat Mar 26 02:38:07 EDT 2011 | evans1001
Had an issue with spindle 2 not coming down and picking parts up, then it was but not placing the part. The other 3 spindles were working fine. Changed the head on the machine but stil had the same issues. Anyone with any ideas. Cheers
Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 23 11:47:30 EST 2019 | palsrvs
Sorry, No solution was ever found.
Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 14 16:55:07 EST 2020 | bilalfarooqi
Thanks so much Bruce and thanks Rob.
Electronics Forum | Fri Jun 09 07:32:13 EDT 2017 | bukas
it sounds to me like a home sensor. try adjusting sensitivity if possible. move head manually to determine position at which home sensor is activated