Digital Solid State Soft Starter 48 - 1250A
Setting Motor FLA and Overload Class During Start (See Example)
5.3.3 Fault Mode
The Fault Display Mode provides information to the operator when a fault occurs
or when the operator wishes to review fault history. Refer to Section 7 for details.
Fault codes are three-digits in length and are displayed in alpha characters. The
first and second characters (reading left to right) are the initials for the applicable
English-language fault name. The third or right-most character can be either A,
C, or D to denote when the fault occurred. A denotes Acceleration. C denotes
Constant speed. D denotes Decel.
Reading Fault Code (See Example)
[ PLC.] Indicates a Phase Loss fault was
detected while at Constant Speed. The
decimal point (to the right of the C)
denotes that this is the most recent fault
Once a fault condition has been corrected, pressing the Reset key will return the
readout to the Status Display mode. Fault History can be accessed during a
fault condition. While the current fault number is being displayed, use the Up
and Down Arrow keys to scroll through the Fault History. Access Fault History
via Functions F075 through F083.
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Reading Fault Code