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ESTOP RED

FAULT -

LINK RED

STATUS GRN

GRN

-

GRN

GRN

GRN

GRN

GRN

GRN

RED

GRN

RED

GRN

FM CONTROL RECEIVER DIAGNOSTICS

Normal Operation

Transmitter is OFF If the transmitter is off, the receiver is operating properly.

Transmitter is ON When the transmitter is turned on, the Link light (fast flashing) and E-Stop (GREEN) indicates the receiver is operating properly

Transmitter is in Operation When a function is activated on the transmitter, the Fault light will turn on GREEN. This indicates the receiver is operating properly

Transmitter is OFF When a latched function is activated then the transmitter is turned off, the Fault light will stay on GREEN. If the system was intentionally designed this way, the receiver is operating properly, if not call for service.

Trouble Indicators

Note: In some cases, the indicator lights will be different depending on whether the transmitter is on or off. Please note the transmitter status in the “Description” column for each case.

Indicator Lights

Description

Solution

RED

  • -

    RED

GRN

Transmitter is ON The reason is the transmitter is not communicating with the receiver.

Refer to Trouble Shooting Chart #3 for solutions

GRN

-

GRN

GRN

Transmitter is ON A low battery condition has been de- tected.

To detect intermittent conditions caused by poor or corroded ground or power circuits, the GREEN light will continue to flash for 30 seconds after the condition has been removed.

RED

  • -

    GRN

RED

Transmitter is ON An internal fault with the E-Stop has been detected.

Check fuse, if OK then: Inspect E-Stop wiring for short circuit. Discon- nect E-Stop wire as close to the receiver output as possible. If the Status light changes to:

  • GREEN, a short occurs after disconnection point.

  • Stays flashing RED, send it in for service .

GRN

RED

GRN

RED

Transmitter is ON A short to ground or excessive current draw on an output. It is most likely caused by a wiring fault.

Ensure transmitter is functioning properly, check status of each output connection: Press each function button and observe Fault Light.

  • If GREEN, everything is OK.

  • If RED, there is a short in that connection.

RED

-

RED

RED

Transmitter is OFF The receiver has detected an internal fault.

Refer to Trouble Shooting Chart #1 for solutions

Transmitter is ON Blown fuse detected. (not functional with proportional units)

Refer to ID Code Section for instructions on how to open the re- ceiver case to access fuse. Check wiring for shorts or bare spots. If fuses continue to blow, call for service.

A setup failure has occurred.

Either hold the Setup button for 5 seconds to return to Setup mode or cycle power to return to the normal operating mode.

RED

  • -

    RED

RED

RED

  • -

    RED

RED

RED

RED

RED

RED-GRN

Transmitter is OFF The receiver is powered incorrectly.

Most likely cause of this condition is that an output wire or the E-Stop wire has been connected to a power source while the power wire is disconnected from the Power Input (A6). I.E. Receiver is being pow- ered from an output and not Power Input.

Light Legend

Solid

Slow

Fast

Red

Green

Yellow

Flash

Flash

Light

Light

Light

10-5.0

02/15/06

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