F01340 fault in siemens 6RA80 DC Drive
How can resolve problem F01340 fault in siemens 6RA80 DC Drive ?
Cause : Topology: Too many components on one line. For the selected communications clock cycle, too many DRIVE-CLiQ components are connected to one line of the Control Unit.
Fault value (r0949, interpret hexadecimal):
xyy hex: x = fault cause, yy = component number or connection number.
The communications clock cycle of the DRIVE-CLiQ connection on the CU is not sufficient for all read transfers.
The communications clock cycle of the DRIVE-CLiQ connection on the CU is not sufficient for all write
Cyclic communication is fully utilized.
The DRIVE-CLiQ cycle starts before the earliest end of the application. An additional dead time must be added to
the control. Sign-of-life errors can be expected.
Internal buffer overflow for net data of a DRIVE-CLiQ connection.
Internal buffer overflow for receive data of a DRIVE-CLiQ connection.
Internal buffer overflow for send data of a DRIVE-CLiQ connection.
The component clock cycles cannot be combined with one another
The lowest common multiple of the clock cycles in the system is too high to be determined.
901: The lowest common multiple of the clock cycles in the system cannot be generated with the hardware.
Check the DRIVE-CLiQ connection.
Reduce the number of components on the DRIVE-CLiQ line involved and distribute these to other DRIVE-CLiQ sockets of the Control Unit. This means that communication is uniformly distributed over several lines. When using DCC, the scope of the DCC logic can also become a problem.
Re fault value = 1yy - 4yy in addition:
- increase the sampling times (p0112, p0115, p4099).
- reduce the DCC logic
Re fault value = 8yy in addition:
- check the clock cycles settings (p0112, p0115, p4099). Clock cycles on a DRIVE-CLiQ line must be perfect integer
multiples of one another. As clock cycle on a line, all clock cycles of all drive objects in the previously mentioned
parameters apply, which have components on the line involved.
Re fault value = 9yy in addition:
- check the clock cycles settings (p0112, p0115, p4099). The lower the numerical value difference between two clock
cycles, the higher the lowest common multiple. This behavior has a significantly stronger influence, the higher the
numerical values of the clock cycles.