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Fanuc Series 15i Alarms

Related Manuals

Operator's Manual (Programming): B-63324EN 
Operator's Manual (Operation): B-63324EN-1 
Maintenance Manual: B-63325EN 
Parameter Manual: B-63330EN

 

Program Errors /Alarms on program and operation (P/S alarm)

BG0590: TH Error (Background Edit) 
A TH error was detected during reading from an input device. The read code that caused the TH error and how many statements it is from the block can be verified in the diagnostic screen.
Modify/check file being read into the control.

BG0591: TV Error (Background Edit) 
An error was detected during the single block TV error. The TV check can be suppressed by setting TVC parameter No. 0000#0 to "0". 
Set parameter 0000#0 to 0

BG0592: End of Record (Background Edit) 
The EOR (End of Record) code is specified in the middle of a block. This alarm is also generated when the percent sign (%) at the end of the NC program is read. 
Modify the program. Modify program.

BG0805: Illegal Command (Background Edit) 
An attempt was made to specify an illegal command during I/O processing on an I/O device. 
Modify program.

BG0806: Device Type Miss Match (Background Edit) 
An operation not possible on the I/O device that is currently selected in the setting was specified. This alarm is also generated when file rewind is instructed even though the I/O device is not a FANUC Cassette. 
Set I/O device correctly.

BG0807: Parameter Setting Error (Background Edit) 
An I/O interface option that has not yet been added on was specified. The external I/O device and baud rate, stop bit and protocol selection settings are erroneous. 
Check RS232 parameters. Verify parameter Nos. 5001, 5002, 5003, 5100 ~ 5162.

BG0808: Device Double Opened (Background Edit) 
An attempt was made to open a device that is being accessed. 
Use correct procedure.

BG0820: DR Signal Off (1st Interface) (Background Edit) 
Data set ready signal of reader / puncher interface 1 turned off. 
Make sure RS232 cable attached. Verify RS232 parameters are set correctly (parameter Nos. 0000, 5001, 5002, 5110, 5111, 5112 on Service Page and Punch Code, Input Device, and Output Device on Setting Page). 

BG0822: Overrun Error (1st Interface) (Background Edit) 
The next character was received before reading a character received by reader / puncher interface 1. 
Check file being sent and retry.

BG0823: Framing Error (1st Interface) (Background Edit) 
The stop bit of a character received by reader / puncher interface 1 was not detected. 
Check parameter No. 5111 and make sure it is set correctly.

BG0824: Buffer Overflow (1st Interface) (Background Edit) 
Data exceeding 10 characters were received after sending the stop code (DC3) when the NC receives data by reader / puncher interface 1. 
Check signals between control and computer with a protocol analyzer to see where the fault lies. Try lowering the baud rate. Replace faulty component.

BG0830: DR Signal Off (2nd Interface) (Background Edit) 
Data set ready signal of reader / puncher interface 2 turned off. Make sure RS232 cable attached. 
Verify RS232 parameters are set correctly (parameter Nos. 0000, 5001, 5002, 5120, 5121, 5122 on Service Page and Punch Code, Input Device, and Output Device on Setting Page). Check parameters Nos. 0000, 5001, 5002, 5120, 5121, 5122, Punch Code, Input Device, Output Device

BG0832: Overrun Error (2nd Interface) (Background Edit) 
The next character was received before reading a character received by reader / puncher interface 2. 
Check file being sent and retry. Check file being sent and retry

BG0833: Framing Error (2nd Interface) (Background Edit) 
The stop bit of a character received by reader / puncher interface 2 was not detected. 
Check parameter No. 5121 and make sure it is set correctly.

BG0834: Buffer Overflow (2nd Interface) (Background Edit) 
Data exceeding 10 characters were received after sending the stop code (DC3) when the NC receives data by reader / puncher interface 2. 
Check signals between control and computer with a protocol analyzer to see where the fault lies. Try lowering the baud rate. Replace faulty component. 

BG0840: DR Signal Off (3rd Interface) (Background Edit) 
Data set ready signal of reader / puncher interface 3 turned off. 
Make sure RS232 cable attached. Verify RS232 parameters are set correctly (parameter Nos. 0000, 5001, 5002, 5130, 5131, 5132 on Service Page and Punch Code, Input Device, and Output Device on Setting Page).

BG0842: Overrun Error (3rd Interface) (Background Edit) 
The next character was received before reading a character received by reader / puncher interface 3. 
Check file being sent and retry. Check file being sent and retry

BG0843: Framing Error (3rd Interface) (Background Edit) 
The stop bit of a character received by reader / puncher interface 3 was not detected. 
Check parameter No. 5131 and make sure it is set correctly.

BG0844: Buffer Overflow (3rd Interface) (Background Edit) 
Data exceeding 10 characters were received after sending the stop code (DC3) when the NC receives data by reader / puncher interface 3. 
Check signals between control and computer with a protocol analyzer to see where the fault lies. Try lowering the baud rate. Replace faulty component.

BG0850: DR Signal Off (4th Interface) (Background Edit) 
Data set ready signal of reader / puncher interface 3 turned off. 
Make sure RS232 cable attached. Verify RS232 parameters are set correctly (parameter Nos. 0000, 5001, 5002, 5140, 5141, 5142 on Service Page and Punch Code, Input Device, and Output Device on Setting Page).

BG0852: Overrun Error (4th Interface) (Background Edit) 
The next character was received before reading a character received by reader / puncher interface 4. 
Check file being sent and retry.

BG0853: Framing Error (4th Interface) (Background Edit) 
The stop bit of a character received by reader / puncher interface 4 was not detected. 
Check parameter No. 5141 and make sure it is set correctly.

BG0854: Buffer Overflow (4th Interface) (Background Edit) 
Data exceeding 10 characters were received after sending the stop code (DC3) when the NC receives data by reader / puncher interface 4. 
Check signals between control and computer with a protocol analyzer to see where the fault lies. Try lowering the baud rate. Replace faulty component.

BG0860: DR Signal Off (Modem Card) (Background Edit) 
The data set ready input signal DR of the modem card was turned off. 
Verify communication parameters for modem card.

BG0862: Overrun Error (Modem Card) (Background Edit) 
Before a character received from the modem card could be read, the next character was received. 
Check file being sent and retry.

BG0863: Framing Error (Modem Card) (Background Edit) 
The stop bit of a character received from the modem card was not detected. 
Check file being sent. Check communication parameters for modem card.

BG0864: Buffer Overflow (Modem Card) (Background Edit) 
Although the NC sent a stop code (DC3) to the modem card when receiving data, data consisting of more than 10 characters was received. 
Check PCMCIA slot.

BG0910: Device Driver Error (Undefined) (Background Edit) 
An error occurred during device driver control. 
Check the device driver.

BG0911: V-Device Driver Error (Device) (Background Edit) 
An error occurred during device driver control. 
Check the device.

BG0912: V-Device Driver Error (Open) (Background Edit) 
An error occurred during device driver control. 
Check the device.

BG0913: V-Device Driver Error (Command) (Background Edit) 
An error occurred during device driver control. 
Check the device.

BG0914: V-Device Driver Error (Range) (Background Edit) 
An error occurred during device driver control. 
Check the device.

BG0915: V-Device Driver Error (Test) (Background Edit) 
An error occurred during device driver control. 
Check the device.

BG0950: Driver Error (Memory Card) (Background Edit) 
An error occurred in the memory card device driver. 
Check device driver.

BG0960: Access Error (Memory Card) (Background Edit) 
Illegal memory card accessing. 
This alarm is also generated during reading when reading is executed up to the end of the file without detection of the EOR code. Check memory card and file.

BG0961: Not Ready (Memory Card) (Background Edit) 
The memory card is not ready. 
Re-mount memory card and retry.

BG0962: Card Full (Memory Card) (Background Edit) 
The memory card has run out of space. 
Delete any unnecessary files on memory card.

BG0963: Card Protected (Memory Card) (Background Edit) 
The memory card is write-protected. 
Set memory card to unprotect and retry.

BG0964: Not Mounted (Memory Card) (Background Edit) 
The memory card could not be mounted. 
Check PCMCIA slot for damage. Re-mount memory card and retry. 

BG0965: Directory Full (Memory Card) (Background Edit) 
The file could not be generated in the root directory for the memory card. 
Delete any unnecessary files on memory card and retry.

BG0966: File Not Found (Memory Card) (Background Edit) 
The specified file could not be found on the memory card. 
Verify correct file name is being used.

BG0967: File Protected (Memory Card) (Background Edit) 
The memory card is write-protected. 
Set memory card to unprotect and retry.

BG0968: Illegal File Name (Memory Card) (Background Edit) 
Illegal memory card file name. 
Correct file name and retry.

BG0969: Illegal Format (Memory Card) (Background Edit) 
Check the file name. 
Correct file name and retry.

BG0970: Illegal Card (Memory Card) (Background Edit) 
The memory card cannot be handled. 
Try a recommended memory card.

BG0971: Erase Error (Memory Card) (Background Edit) 
An error occurred during memory card erase. 
Reseat memory card and retry delete function.

BG0972: Battery Low (Memory Card) (Background Edit) 
The memory card battery is low. 
Replace memory card battery.

BG0973: File Already Exists (Background Edit) 
A file having the same name already exists on the memory card. 
Use a different file name or delete existing file and retry.

BG1030: Not Ready (Data Server) (Background Edit) 
With the Ethernet/Data Server function being used, the board was found to be not ready. 
Check pcb for alarms. Refer to the Ethernet/Data Server Operator's manual for further direction.

BG1032: Board Error (Data Server) (Background Edit) 
With the Ethernet/Data Server function being used, an error was returned from the board. 
Check the Ethernet/Data Server alarm page and consult the operator's manual for troubleshooting.

BG1033: Time Over (Data Server) (Background Edit) 
With the Ethernet/Data Server function being used, a CNC time-over occurred. 
Refer to the Ethernet/Data Server Operator's manual for further direction. 

BG1034: CNC Error (Data Server) (Background Edit) 
With the Ethernet/Data Server function being used, an error occurred in the CNC. 
Check CNC alarm and refer to the FS15i Maintenance manual for further direction.

BG1035: Sequence Error (Data Server) (Background Edit) 
With the Ethernet/Data Server function being used, a conflict occurred in the CNC. 
Check CNC alarm and refer to the FS15i Maintenance manual for further direction.

BG1036: Mode Error (Data Server) (Background Edit) 
With the Ethernet/Data Server function being used, the mode cannot be changed. 
Use correct procedure.

BG1037: Double Open (Data Server) (Background Edit) 
With the Ethernet/Data Server function being used, an attempt was made to open the same file twice. 
Use the correct procedure.

BG1040: Device Open Error (Remote Dgn) (Background Edit) 
An error occurred upon attempting to open an I/O device for remote diagnosis. 
Check device and ensure that cabling is correct.

BG1041: Illegal Command (Remote Dgn) (Background Edit) 
An invalid command was specified for an I/O device for remote diagnosis. 
Check command being used and correct.

BG1042: Data Input Error (Remote Dgn) (Background Edit) 
An error occurred in data input to an I/O device for remote diagnosis. 
Check device.

BG1043: Data Output Error (Remote Dgn) (Background Edit) 
An error occurred in data output from an I/O device for remote diagnosis. 
Check device and ensure that cabling is correct.