Emerson Industrial Automation: Unidrive Classic HF Trip Codes

Emerson Industrial Automation: Unidrive Classic HF Trip Codes
This document is pertinent to all Unidrive Classic models
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Emerson Industrial Automation: Unidrive Classic HF Trip Codes

HF81 Software Error (odd address word)

Unidrive Fault Code DiagnosticsHF81 HF82 HF83 HF84 HF85 HF86 HF87 HF88 HF89 HF90 HF91 HF92 HF93 HF94 HF95 HF96 HF97 HF98 HF99

HF82 Large Option Module Missing

HF83 Power Board Code Failure

HF84 Current Offset Trim Failure

HF85 A to D failure (ES-CC step)

HF86 Interrupt Watchdog failure

HF87 Internal ROM check error

HF88 Watchdog Failure

HF89 Unused Interrupts (nmi as source)

HF90 Stack Overflow

HF91 Stack Underflow

HF92 Software Error (undefined op code)

HF93 Software Error (protection fault)

HF94 Software Error (odd address word)

HF95 Software Error (odd address instruction)

HF96 Software Error (illegal ext bus)

HF97 Level 1 Noise

HF98 Interrupt Crash

HF99 Level 1 Crash

 

HF Faults are not recorded in the Drive Historical Fault Log

All of the above HF trips in BLUE are typically a result of some sort of hardware failure on the UD90A control PCB. This control board is common to all Unidrive Classics.

For the HF codes in RED refer to the following page

HF82 Large option module missing

If one of the UD7x large option modules is removed, the trip may be expected. There is an issue with either the large option module or the UD90A control PCB if this trip occurs at any other time than the case above.

HF83 Power Board Code Failure

Because the UD90A control PCB was unable to recognize the power rating of the power PCB it is connected to, this trip occurred.

The trip is likely due to the power PCB in the Drive or a problem with the UD90A control PCB on Unidrive Sizes 1 to 4 (which includes UNI1401, UNI1402, UNI1403, UNI1404, UNI1405, UNI2401, UNI2402, UNI2403, UNI3401, UNI3402, UNI3403, UNI3404, UINI3405, UNI4401, UNI4402, UNI4403, and UNI4404).

UD99 PCB or the UD90A PCB cause the trip on a Unidrive Size 5. The interconnects between the PCBs should also be checked, as they could also cause a trip.

HF84 Current Offset Trim Failure

Due to an issue with the current feedback on the drive, this trip occurs. The trip is likely due to the power PCB in the Drive on Unidrive Sizes 1 to 4. An issue with the UD90A control PCB may also cause this trip.

The UD99 PCB or the UD90A PCB cause the trip on a Unidrive Size 5, along with the interconnects between the PCBs.

HF88 Watchdog Failure

This trip can result from a faulty UD7x Co-Processor. With power off, remove Co-Processor and re-apply power.

HF82 Large option module missing

If one of the UD7x larger option modules is removed while the Drive is powered up, this trip is likely to occur. There is an issue with either the UD90A control PCB or the large option module if this trip were to occur at any other time.

HF83 Power Board Code Failure

The UD90A control PCB was unable to recognize the power rating of the power PCB it is connected to, which is what caused the trip.

The trip is likely due to the power PCB in the Drive on Unidrive Sizes 1 to 4, however, an issue with the UD90A control PCB is also able to cause this trip.

The trip is caused by the UD90A PCB, the UD99 PCB, or the interconnects between the PCBs on a Unidrive Size 5.

 

HF84 Current Offset Trim Failure

If there is an issue with the current feedback on the Drive, this trip will occur. The trip is likely due to the power PCB in the Drive, but an issue with the UD90A control PCB could also result in a trip on Unidrive Sizes 1 to 4.

On a Unidrive Size 5, the trip is cause by either UD99 PCB or the UD90A PCB. The interconnects between the PCBs could also cause this trip and should be checked.

A trip could be caused by either UD99 PCB, UD90A PCB, or the interconnects between the PCBs on a Unidrive Size 5.

HF88 Watchdog Failure

A faulty UD7x Co-Processor and large option module, ( includes UD70, UD71, UD73, UD74, UD75, and UD76) can cause this trip. Remove Co-Processor and re-apply power with power off.

Unidrive Fault Code DiagnosticsHF81 HF82 HF83 HF84 HF85 HF86 HF87 HF88 HF89 HF90 HF91 HF92 HF93 HF94 HF95 HF96 HF97 HF98 HF99

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