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  • XLI chassis E stop problem

    I am having trouble with my XLi Chassis e stop trouble code. What can cause this trouble? I I have bypassed the front E Stop switch but the problem still going on it.The trouble on lane 9 and 10 and I swapped the lane7 and 8's chasis, but still having same problem on lane 9 and 10. Any ideas

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    82-90 XLI EDGE CHASIS

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    • #3
      Maybe a bad wire/terminal in the e-stop plug at the chassis? That circuit should be closed at all times, so if there's a bad connection somewhere...
      There! Try to NOT work now!

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      • #4
        Possible you could have something grounding out?
        Experience: We currently maintain 12 AMF 82-70's

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        • #5
          I have 10 lanes and till this night only the 5 and 6 lanes didn't give an E stop trouble. I have swapped chassis didn't solve the problems. I have used a different ups power for 9 and 10's chassis didn't solve the problem. I have tried a different power from wall side to chassis didn't solve it.

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          • #6
            According to the service manual- "The front E-Stop switches can be changed from series to parallel if necessary- machine going into E-Stop for no apparent reason". I'm not entirely sure what they mean by that though. I've never had any issues with my E-Stops.
            There! Try to NOT work now!

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            • #7
              We have the exact same thing with one of our 82/90 XLi chassis, it has been repaired a couple of times with the main board being replaced each time, the last one with a brand new board. We have come to the conclusion it’s a power issue not actually directly related to the e-stop. We bench tested it and it seemed as though you could hear relays clicking in and out. Once we replace the power supply board on the bottom of the chassis I will give some feedback to let you know how it went.
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              • #8
                Still same and I dont know what to do

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Erhan View Post
                  Still same and I dont know what to do
                  What have you tried? When you say you swapped chassis did and it didn’t help, did that mean that same chassis had e stop fault on a different pair of lanes OR did the original pair still have e stop fault with a different chassis?
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                  • #10
                    I swapped the good working chassis for 9 and 10 ( swapped the chassis from a good working pair lane) , I tried a new brand UPS power supply for lane 9 and 10, I tried another 220 V power source for chassis with and without UPS power supply. I have bypassed the front E Stop switch. But still having the same issue. Pinspotters are 2 months old. It didn't happen last month any E stop problems but stared this month.

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                    • #11
                      I understood that the problem not with the chasiss. I have tried two different chassis which were working without any problems.
                      System: AMF XLI Edge pin spotters, 3QT scoring system, QV 3000 cameras.

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                      • #12
                        The lanes 9 and 10's chassis ( which I swapped ) is working with out any problems on lane 7 and 8. No any E Stop problem for swapped chassis. But still having trouble on 9 and 10's chasisis

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                        • #13
                          Any other idea?

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                          • #14
                            I had a motor brake issue a while back. It had a loose connection where the cable plugs into the chassis. All I did was to insert a small screw driver into the pin on the chassis side of the plug to open the connector pin a little. It was too narrow to make a good enough contact with its mating socket. If the E-Stop chassis plug uses the same split-type pin, perhaps it has a loose connection?
                            There! Try to NOT work now!

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                            • #15
                              I'm not totally familiar with your machine but since you're not getting anywhere, I figured my 2 cents couldn't hurt. I wasn't able to find a wiring diagram other than where to plug the respective cables in but let's give it a shot anyhow.

                              You said you changed the chassis and the problem remained. This tells me the problem is other than the chassis of course. You said you bypassed the front E-stop. How did you bypass it? At the switch itself or where it plugs into the chassis? Power the machine down and unplug the E-stop at the chassis. Take a resistance reading across the two pins (assuming there are only two pins) in the cable going to the E-stop. Then do the same on a known good machine and compare the two readings.

                              If you bypassed the E-stop at the switch itself then that wouldn't expose a problem in the wiring. By taking a resistance test at the end of the cable you should expose any wiring issues. Since I don't know if this is a normally open or normally closed system, testing it against another machine should show what it should be.

                              Next question of course is there more than one E-stop on this machine?

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