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    Video: What does a flashing E on the ATV212 or ATV21 display (External Fault on the graphic keypad) mean?

    Issue:
    What does a blinking or flashing E on the ATV21 or ATV212 display mean?
    What does External Fault mean on the graphic keypad?

    Product Line:
    Altivar 21
    ATV21
    Altivar 212
    ATV212
    S-flex enclosed ATV21/ATV212

    Environment:
    All

    Cause:
    Flashing E on the display of the ATV21 or ATV212 drive.

    Resolution:
    The drive is in a faulted status, initiated by one of the following:
    1) CMOd is set to 0 or 2, the drive is in remote mode and the keypad STOP button is pressed.  Since the drive is looking for a stop command from a logic input or serial communications, the STOP button is assigned to function as an E-STOP. (See page 87 in the ATV212 Programming Manual)


    2) A logic input is assigned as External Fault, functions 11 or 45, and that logic input fault is activated.

    To reset the fault, either cycle power to the drive or activate a logic input that is assign as Fault Reset, functions 10 or 55.

    Video uses the ATV212 drive for demonstration purposes:


     

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