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Old December 10th, 2017, 05:08 PM   #1
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Kinetix drive question with MotionView

Hi again folks.
Can anyone shed some light on an active error in the MotionView browser interface to a Kinetix 300 drive... The Motor tab is showing 2 errors lit red under the encoder section. Battery Error and Overspeed. Several other drives have the Battery Error, which I am sure will be resolved with a battery change. The Encoder Overspeed doesn't seem to make sense as the speeds appear the same as the other machines. Everything appears to be running as expected just curious what is picking up the overspeed condition.

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