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Check Connection Fault on ACS880 Drive

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(@berkayd)
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Dear All,

          This is my first message in this forum, and I'm in need of some help from experts on this matter. For a marine vessel, Auxiliary Boiler Fans are equipped with ACS 880 Drives (2 drives, 1 for each fan). Just 2 days ago, suddenly both VFDs started to show the attached screen, and pressing the Start/Stop or Loc/Rem buttons does not have any effect; nothing changes on the screen. I would appreciate any suggestions and recommendations from experts. The controller is connected via LAN cable to the drive, for your information.

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First remove display and reinsert properly.

If you have another display and then check with that.

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(@bapun20)
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How to clear this troubleshooting

 

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@bapun20 check with another display and also replace display cable and then check.

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(@pritish-chandra-santra-3949)
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@click2electro check another display and cable but same problem,this display connected another drive and check then working properly.

 

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@pritish-chandra-santra-3949 try to change cable also if problem same then problem related to the control card

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@click2electro ok but VFD on and also motor run to local push bottom start.

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@pritish-chandra-santra-3949 please share a video also

May be display cable problem.

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