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Alarm messages generated by the drive
 

CODE ALARM CAUSE WHAT TO DO
A2001 OVERCURRENT
(programmable fault
function, parameter

1610 DISPLAY
ALARMS)
Output current limit controller is
active.
Check motor load.
Check acceleration time (parameters 
2202
ACCELER TIME 1 and 2205 ACCELER
TIME 2).
Check motor and motor cable (including
phasing).
Check ambient conditions. Load capacity
decreases if installation site ambient
temperature exceeds 40 °C. See section

Derating on page 138.
A2002 OVERVOLTAGE
(programmable fault
function, parameter

1610 DISPLAY
ALARMS)
DC overvoltage controller is
active.
Check deceleration time (parameters 2203
DECELER TIME 1 and 2206 DECELER
TIME 2).
Check input power line for static or transient
overvoltage.
A2003 UNDERVOLTAGE
(programmable fault
function, parameter

1610 DISPLAY
ALARMS)
DC undervoltage controller is
active.
Check input power supply.
A2004 DIRLOCK Change of direction is not
allowed.
Check parameter 1003 DIRECTION
settings.
A2006 AI1 LOSS
(programmable fault
function, parameters

3001 AI FUNCTION, 3021 AI1
FAULT LIMIT)
Analog input AI1 signal has fallen
below limit defined by parameter

3021 AI1 FAULT LIMIT.
Check fault function parameter settings.
Check for proper analog control signal
levels.
Check connections.
A2009 DEVICE OVERTEMP Drive IGBT temperature is
excessive. Alarm limit is 120 °C.
Check ambient conditions. See also section
Derating on page 138.
Check air flow and fan operation.
Check motor power against drive power.
A2010 MOTOR TEMP
(programmable fault
function, parameters

3005...3009)
Motor temperature is too high (or
appears to be too high) due to
excessive load, insufficient motor
power, inadequate cooling or
incorrect start-up data.
Check motor ratings, load and cooling.
Check start-up data.
Check fault function parameter settings.
Let motor cool down. Ensure proper motor
cooling: Check cooling fan, clean cooling
surfaces, etc.
A2011 UNDERLOAD
(programmable fault
function, parameters

3013...3015)
Motor load is too low due to, for
example, release mechanism in
driven equipment.
Check for problem in driven equipment.
Check fault function parameter settings.
Check motor power against drive power.
A2012 MOTOR STALL
(programmable fault
function, parameters

3010...3012)
Motor is operating in stall region
due to, for example, excessive
load or insufficient motor power.
Check motor load and drive ratings.
Check fault function parameter settings.
A2013
1)
AUTORESET Automatic reset alarm Check parameter group 31 AUTOMATIC
RESET 
settings.



Fault tracing
129

1) Even when the relay output is configured to indicate alarm conditions (for example, parameter 1401
RELAY OUTPUT 1 = 5 [ALARM] or 16 [FLT/ALARM]), this alarm is not indicated by a relay output.

A2017 OFF BUTTON Drive stop command has been
given from control panel when
local control lock is active.
Disable the local control mode lock by
parameter 
1606 LOCAL LOCK and retry.
A2018
1)
PID SLEEP Sleep function has entered the
sleeping mode.
See parameter group 40 PROCESS PID
SET 1
.
A2023 EMERGENCY STOP Drive has received emergency
stop command and ramps to stop
according to ramp time defined by
parameter 
2208 EMERG DEC
TIME.
Check that it is safe to continue operation.
Return emergency stop push button to
normal position.
A2026 INPUT PHASE LOSS
(programmable
fault function,
parameter 
3016
SUPPLY PHASE)
Intermediate circuit DC voltage is
oscillating due to missing input
power line phase or blown fuse.
Alarm is generated when DC
voltage ripple exceeds 14% of
nominal DC voltage.
Check input power line fuses.
Check for input power supply imbalance.
Check fault function parameter setting.

 

CODE CAUSE WHAT TO DO
A5011 Drive is controlled from another source. Change drive control to the local control mode.
A5012 Direction of rotation is locked. Enable change of direction. See parameter 1003
DIRECTION.
A5013 Panel control is disabled because start inhibit is active. Start from the panel is not possible. Reset the
emergency stop command or remove the 3-wire stop
command before starting from the panel.
See section 
3-wire macro on page 72 and parameters
1001 EXT1 COMMANDS, 1002 EXT2 COMMANDS
and 
2109 EMERG STOP SEL.
A5014 Panel control is disabled because of drive fault. Reset drive fault and retry.
A5015 Panel control is disabled because the local control mode
lock is active.
Deactivate the local control mode lock and retry. See
parameter 
1606 LOCAL LOCK.
A5019 Writing non-zero parameter value is prohibited. Only parameter reset is allowed.
A5022 Parameter is write protected. Parameter value is read-only and cannot be changed.
A5023 Parameter change is not allowed, when drive is running. Stop drive and change parameter value.
A5024 Drive is executing task. Wait until task is completed.
A5026 Value is at or below minimum limit. Contact your local ABB representative.
A5027 Value is at or above maximum limit. Contact your local ABB representative.
A5028 Invalid value Contact your local ABB representative.
A5029 Memory is not ready. Retry.
A5030 Invalid request Contact your local ABB representative.
A5031 Drive is not ready for operation, for example, due to low
DC voltage.
Check input power supply.
A5032 Parameter error Contact your local

Fault messages generated by the drive
 

CODE FAULT CAUSE WHAT TO DO
F0001 OVERCURRENT Output current has exceeded trip
level.
Overcurrent trip limit for drive is
325% of drive nominal current.
Check motor load.
Check acceleration time (parameters 
2202
ACCELER TIME 1 and 2205 ACCELER TIME 2).
Check motor and motor cable (including phasing).
Check ambient conditions. Load capacity decreases
if installation site ambient temperature exceeds
40 °C. See section 
Derating on page 138.
F0002 DC OVERVOLT Excessive intermediate circuit DC
voltage. DC overvoltage trip limit is
420 V for 200 V drives and 840 V
for 400 V drives.
Check that overvoltage controller is on (parameter
2005 OVERVOLT CTRL).
Check brake chopper and resistor (if used). DC
overvoltage control must be deactivated when brake
chopper and resistor are used.
Check deceleration time (parameters 
2203
DECELER TIME 1 and 2206 DECELER TIME 2).
Check input power line for static or transient
overvoltage.
Retrofit frequency converter with brake chopper and
brake resistor.
F0003 DEV OVERTEMP Drive IGBT temperature is
excessive. Fault trip limit is
135 °C.
Check ambient conditions. See also section Derating
on page 138.
Check air flow and fan operation.
Check motor power against drive power.
F0004 SHORT CIRC Short circuit in motor cable(s) or
motor
Check motor and motor cable.
F0006 DC UNDERVOLT Intermediate circuit DC voltage is
not sufficient due to missing input
power line phase, blown fuse,
rectifier bridge internal fault or too
low input power.
Check that undervoltage controller is on (parameter
2006 UNDERVOLT CTRL).
Check input power supply and fuses.
F0007 AI1 LOSS
(programmable
fault function,
parameters 
3001
AI FUNCTION, 3021
AI1 FAULT LIMIT)
Analog input AI1 signal has fallen
below limit defined by parameter

3021 AI1 FAULT LIMIT.
Check fault function parameter settings.
Check for proper analog control signal levels.
Check connections.
F0009 MOT OVERTEMP
(programmable
fault function,
parameters

3005...3009)
Motor temperature is too high (or
appears to be too high) due to
excessive load, insufficient motor
power, inadequate cooling or
incorrect start-up data.
Check motor ratings, load and cooling.
Check start-up data.
Check fault function parameter settings.
Let motor cool down. Ensure proper motor cooling:
Check cooling fan, clean cooling surfaces, etc.
F0012 MOTOR STALL
(programmable
fault function,
parameters

30103012)
Motor is operating in stall region
due to, for example, excessive
load or insufficient motor power.
Check motor load and drive ratings.
Check fault function parameter settings.



Fault tracing
131

F0014 EXT FAULT 1
(programmable
fault function,
parameter 
3003
EXTERNAL
FAULT 1)
External fault 1 Check external devices for faults.
Check fault function parameter setting.
F0015 EXT FAULT 2
(programmable
fault function,
parameter 
3004
EXTERNAL
FAULT 2)
External fault 2 Check external devices for faults.
Check fault function parameter setting.
F0016 EARTH FAULT
(programmable
fault function,
parameter 
3017
EARTH FAULT)
Drive has detected earth (ground)
fault in motor or motor cable.
Check motor.
Check motor cable. Motor cable length must not
exceed maximum specifications. See section 
Motor
connection data 
on page 144.
Note: Disabling earth fault (ground fault) may
damage drive.
F0017 UNDERLOAD
(programmable
fault function,
parameters

3013...3015)
Motor load is too low due to, for
example, release mechanism in
driven equipment.
Check for problem in driven equipment.
Check fault function parameter settings.
Check motor power against drive power.
F0018 THERM FAIL Drive internal fault. Thermistor
used for drive internal temperature
measurement is open or
short-circuited.
Contact your local ABB representative.
F0021 CURR MEAS Drive internal fault. Current
measurement is out of range.
Contact your local ABB representative.
F0022 INPUT PHASE
LOSS
(programmable
fault function,
parameter 
3016
SUPPLY PHASE)
Intermediate circuit DC voltage is
oscillating due to missing input
power line phase or blown fuse.
Fault trip occurs when DC voltage
ripple exceeds 14% of nominal DC
voltage.
Check input power line fuses.
Check for input power supply imbalance.
Check fault function parameter setting.
F0026 DRIVE ID Internal drive ID fault Contact your local ABB representative.
F0027 CONFIG FILE Internal configuration file error Contact your local ABB representative.
F0035 OUTP WIRING
(programmable
fault function,
parameter 
3023
WIRING FAULT)
Incorrect input power and motor
cable connection (that is input
power cable is connected to drive
motor connection).
Fault can be erroneously declared
if drive is faulty or input power is
delta grounded system and motor
cable capacitance is large.
Check input power connections.
F0036 INCOMPATIBLE
SW
Loaded software is not
compatible.
Contact your local ABB representative.
F0101 SERF CORRUPT Corrupted Serial Flash chip file
system
Contact your local ABB representative.
F0103 SERF MACRO Active macro file missing from
Serial Flash chip
Contact your local ABB representative.
CODE FAULT CAUSE WHAT TO DO



Fault tracing
132

F0201 DSP T1
OVERLOAD
System error Contact your local ABB representative.
F0202 DSP T2
OVERLOAD
F0203 DSP T3
OVERLOAD
F0204 DSP STACK
ERROR
F0206 MMIO ID ERROR Internal I/O Control board (MMIO)
fault
Contact your local ABB representative.
F1000 PAR HZRPM Incorrect speed/frequency limit
parameter setting
Check parameter settings. Following must apply:
2007 MINIMUM FREQ < 2008 MAXIMUM FREQ,
2007 MINIMUM FREQ/9907 MOTOR NOM FREQ
and 
2008 MAXIMUM FREQ/9907 MOTOR NOM
FREQ are within range.
F1003 PAR AI SCALE Incorrect analog input AI signal
scaling
Check parameter group 13 ANALOG INPUTS
settings. Following must apply:
1301 MINIMUM AI1 < 1302 MAXIMUM AI1.


 

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