Printed Circuit Board Assembly & PCB Design SMT Electronics Assembly Manufacturing Forum

Printed Circuit Board Assembly & PCB Design Forum

SMT electronics assembly manufacturing forum.


FUJI CP65 FRQ MOTOR

Views: 2891

#68292

FUJI CP65 FRQ MOTOR | 24 February, 2013

Hi, I bought a used FUJI CP65 machine and the machine is lockup in home. I boot the machine up with Mecha-check mode and can home all the axes except FRQ axis. I look at the Clutch Origin and Messh-check sensor amp is it display 1,2 E (Error I think). I have the following questions for some experience FUJI guy out there 1) How can I reset the error to both amp? 2) Why FRQ axis just keep turning without detect zero? 3) If I have to service the FRQ axis, how I can get access to it because it is hard to get inside the machine so I can see FRQ motor?

I really appreciate any suggestion and thank you for your help.

Thanks, -Michael

reply »

#68294

FUJI CP65 FRQ MOTOR | 25 February, 2013

Is the amp for the fiber optic working ? Even if it is changing state at the amplifier, sometimes they are not sending a signal to the I/O. That's where I would start.

You can flip flop it with one of the other ones that you know are working. Make sure you take note of switch settings.

reply »

#68295

FUJI CP65 FRQ MOTOR | 25 February, 2013

Rotate the FQ belt by hand. The amp read out should change state from 0 to 9

reply »

#68307

FUJI CP65 FRQ MOTOR | 25 February, 2013

Hi Sr Tech, As you suggested, I tried with different AMP and it is display from 0 to 9 when I rotate the FRQ motor. I am going to replace the HPX-T1 AMP. Would you cut the wire or trace it to back to replace it?

Thanks, -Michael

reply »

#68309

FUJI CP65 FRQ MOTOR | 26 February, 2013

Save yourself a headache and splice it in. Make sure you follow the "setting" instructions that come with the new amp.

reply »

#68342

FUJI CP65 FRQ MOTOR | 2 March, 2013

Hi Sr Tech,

I replaced the AMP and I can home the machine now. The only problem is the AMP display 5 instead of 0 when the power up the machine. I have couple of questions 1) How do you calibrate it to make the AMP display 0 like others? 2) How do you get access to the FRQ or FQ motor to replace them if needed? 3) What is the Meshing Check AMP for?

Thanks, -Michael

reply »

#68346

FUJI CP65 FRQ MOTOR | 4 March, 2013

*There are instructions that come with the amp on how to set it. *I have never had to replace a FRQ or FQ motor, or any motor on a Fuji for that matter.I highly doubt the motor is bad. *The meshing check sensor verifies that the clutch is engaging correctly with the crown on the shaft.

reply »

#68358

FUJI CP65 FRQ MOTOR | 4 March, 2013

Hi Sr Tech,

Thank you, -Michael

reply »

SMT Custom Nozzles

Non-heated dispensing system