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Controlled Solutions can repair all mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic, CNC, and TTL logic controls.

We can also repair all D.C. and A.C. drives.

Your problem with your control can most often be resolved without the expense of a new board. Controlled Solutions can troubleshoot and repair your problem
board with their sophisticated test equipment and expertise.
Contact us! If you have a schematic, we can repair it!
(877)901-5856

Visit us at http://www.cncmachinetoolrepair.com

CNC DIAGNOSTIC
Fanuc 10/11 Alarm Codes

SV Tachogenerator M Series Servo - Check the connection to the motor - Remove AC Servo - Check the connection to the
000 Disconnect wires from terminals 5,6,7,8 - measure between 5 and 7 or 6 and motor - Remove wires from terminals
8 should read a short. Check for tach feedback at check terminals 5,6,7 - measure between each of the
CH2 and CH3. wires, they should all read the approx
same and should be low resistance
SV Motor Overload M Series Servo - Reset overload, Check the servo transformer AC Servo - Check the thermostat on the
001 thermostat servo transformer and the heat fin
SV Velocity Unit Breaker Off M Series Servo - Turn off power and reset breaker Alarm message not displayed for AC
002 Servo
SV Excess Current in Servo M Series Servo - Disconnect servo motor and check for short to AC Servo - Disconnect servo motor and
003 ground. Check for short circuit on transistors. Bad servo drive check for short to ground. Check for
board short circuit on transistors. Bad servo
drive board
SV Excess Voltage in Servo M Series Servo - Check input voltage. Check servo motor for AC Servo - Check input voltage. Check
004 short circuit. Replace servo control pcb servo motor for short circuit. Replace
servo control pcb
SV Excess Discharge Current M Series Servo - Discharge transistor or pcb is defective AC Servo - Discharge transistor or pcb
005 is defective
SV Velocity Unit Power to M Series Servo - Incoming power is to low. Check voltage on AC Servo - Incoming power is to low.
006 Low pins 1 and 2, and 2 and 3 on CNC2 for 19 volts ac. Replace pcb Check voltage on pins 1 and 2, and 2
and 3 on CNC2 for 19 volts ac. Replace
pcb. Check 5v fuse.
SV Excess Error (Stop) Check parameters 1828 - 1830. Check incoming voltage. Master Check parameters 1828 - 1830. Check
008 board may be bad. incoming voltage. Master board may be
bad.
SV Excess Error (Moving) Check parameters 1828 - 1830. Check incoming voltage. Master Check parameters 1828 - 1830. Check
009 board may be bad.Check for mechanical bind. incoming voltage. Master board may be
bad.Check for mechanical bind.
SV Excess Drift Check connections to motor. Check if parameter 1834 exceeds Check connections to motor. Check if
010 Compensation 500. Master board may be bad parameter 1834 exceeds 500. Master
board may be bad
SV LSI Overflow Check parameters 1826,1825,1820,1816. Pulse coder may be Check parameters
011 defective. Master board may be defective. 1826,1825,1820,1816. Pulse coder may
be defective. Master board may be
defective.
SV Motion Value Overflow Check CMR parameter or feedrate setting failure Check CMR parameter or feedrate
012 setting failure
SV Improper V-Ready Off M Series Servo - Check for a 100vac between terminals 3 and 4. AC Servo - Check for a 100vac between
013 Check fuse breaker is not tripped terminals 3 and 4. Check fuse breaker is
not tripped
SV Improper V-Ready On Velocity control ready signal VRDY was turned on when the Velocity control ready signal VRDY
014 position control ready signal PRDY is turned off was turned on when the position control
ready signal PRDY is turned off
SV Pulse Coder Disconnect Broken cable to Pulse Coder. Bad pulse coder. Master board may Broken cable to Pulse Coder. Bad pulse
015 be defective. coder. Master board may be defective.
SV ILL Position Control LSI A position control LSI fault was detected A position control LSI fault was
017 detected
SV Unfit DSOG Frequency Check connection to resolver. Check gain and phase shift. Check connection to resolver. Check
018 Position detector is bad. Inductosyn/Resolver pcb is bad. gain and phase shift. Position detector is
bad. Inductosyn/Resolver pcb is bad.
SV Unfit Pulse of Pulse An error was detected in the feedback pulse from the pulse coder An error was detected in the feedback
019 Coder pulse from the pulse coder
SV Unfit Phase Shift Value Check connection to resolver. Check gain and phase shift. Check connection to resolver. Check
020 Position detector is bad. Inductosyn/Resolver pcb is bad. gain and phase shift. Position detector is
bad. Inductosyn/Resolver pcb is bad.
SV Unfit Pulse Coder 1 Rev The one revolution signal from the pulse coder was turned on at The one revolution signal from the pulse
021 On an abnormal position. coder was turned on at an abnormal
position.
SV Pulse Coder 1 Rev The one revolution signal from the pulse coder was not turned on The one revolution signal from the pulse
022 Missing within the allowable tme coder was not turned on within the
allowable tme
SV SV Overload Servomotor was overloaded Servomotor was overloaded
023
SV V Ready On Velocity control ready signal VRDY was turned on instead of Velocity control ready signal VRDY
025 being turned off when the servo control was turned on. was turned on instead of being turned
off when the servo control was turned
on.
SV Illegal Axis Arrange Parameter #1023 for the servo axis arrangment was not set Parameter #1023 for the servo axis
026 properly arrangment was not set properly
SV Emergency Stop Emergency stop was applied Emergency stop was applied
030

OT "+" Overtravel (Soft 1)


001
OT "-" Overtravel (Soft 1)
002
OT "+" Overtravel (Soft 2)
003
OT "-" Overtravel (Soft 2)
004
OT "+"Overtravel (Soft 3)
005
OT "-" Overtravel (Soft 3)
006
OT "+" Overtravel (Hard)
007
OT "-" Overtravel (Hard)
008
OT "+" Overtravel (Pre-
021 Check)
OT "-" Overtravel (Pre-
022 Check)
OT Spindle Alarm Spindle motor alarm signal turned on
100
OT Spindle Motor Overheat Spindle motor is overheated. Check Fan on spindle mo
101
OT Excess Velocity Error A deviation is excessive between commanded and actual velocity
102 of spindle motor. Transistor module bad. Spindle motor feedback
sensor bad.
OT Fuse F7 Blown Check Fuse F7. Check transistor modules
103
OT Fuse F1,F2, or F3 Blown Check Fuse F1,F2, and F3
104
OT Fuse AF2 or AF3 Blown Check AF2 and AF3. Defective PCB
105
OT Excess Velocity (Analog) Spindle motor speed exceeded the max rating.
106
OT Excess Velocity (Digital) Spindle motor speed exceeded the max rating.
107
OT Voltage (+24V) Too High Check 24Volts, Check voltage selector switch
108
OT Power Semiconductor Power semiconductor overheat Check Fan on spindle drive
109 Overload
OT Voltage (+15V) Too Low Check 15V test pin on spindle board.Check Fuses. Replace
110 spindle Board
OT Voltage Excess(DC Link) The voltage on the DC Link is to high. Check incoming voltage.
111
OT Current Excess (DC Link) High current. Check motor for short. Check transistors.
112
OT CPU Error Replace spindle board
113
OT Rom Error Rom ics defective. Replace spindle board.
114
OT Option Alarm Auxiliary alarm for spindle motor.
115
OT Disconnection Pulse Bad Pulse Coder. Broken Cable.
116 Coder

Controlled Solutions can repair all mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic, CNC, and TTL logic controls.
We can also repair all D.C. and A.C. drives.

Your problem with your control can most often be resolved without the expense of a new board. Controlled Solutions can troubleshoot and repair your problem
board with their sophisticated test equipment and expertise.
Contact us! If you have a schematic, we can repair it!
(877)901-5856

Visit us at http://www.cncmachinetoolrepair.com