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Error

0003

AUX Over Current

Alert: AUX Overcurrent
The SZ-V detects an overcurrent on the AUX output. The AUX output enters the OFF-state after the SZ-V detects this alert. (The check pulse is intermittently output.) The OSSD continues normal operation.

Check the wiring between the AUX outputs and the loads, and whether the loads are broken or not. Also check the current on AUX outputs.

0300

Conflict IP Address

Alert: IP address duplication
The SZ-V IP address is duplicated by another device.

Reconfigure the IP address. For details, see “SZ-V Series User’s Manual”.

0400

Window Pollution (Head1)

Window alert
The window of scanner head 1 may be polluted or damaged.

The OSSD may go to the OFF-state if the situation is left as it is. Clean the window.

0800

Window Pollution (Head 2)

Window alert
The window of scanner head 2 may be polluted or damaged.

The OSSD may go to the OFF-state if the situation is left as it is. Clean the window.

0C00

Window Pollution (Head 3)

Window alert
The window of scanner head 3 may be polluted or damaged.

The OSSD may go to the OFF-state if the situation is left as it is. Clean the window.

0401

Light Interference (Head 1)

Light interference alert
Scanner head 1 is experiencing light interference, such as from an incandescent lamp, fluorescent lamp, stroboscopic light, or photoelectric sensor. There may also be mutual interference between SZ-Vs.

While the SZ-V is operating normally, the OSSD may go to the OFF-state unintentionally.

0801

Light Interference (Head 2)

Light interference alert
Scanner head 2 experiencing light interference, such as from an incandescent lamp, fluorescent lamp, stroboscopic light, or photoelectric sensor. There may also be mutual interference between SZ-Vs.

While the SZ-V is operating normally, the OSSD may go to the OFF-state unintentionally.

0C01

Light Interference (Head 3)

Light interference alert
Scanner head 3 experiencing light interference, such as from an incandescent lamp, fluorescent lamp, stroboscopic light, or photoelectric sensor. There may also be mutual interference between SZ-Vs.

While the SZ-V is operating normally, the OSSD may go to the OFF-state unintentionally.

0402

High Reflection (Head 1)

Alert: Highly-reflective background
There is a highly-reflective background behind the specified protection zone of scanner head 1, which may impact the detection capability.

Highly reflective backgrounds must not be positioned within 1.5 m from the boundary of the protection zone. (the background itself must be removed or the reflectance must be reduced). Unless the above-mentioned countermeasures are taken, 200 mm must be added as supplementary necessary distance to the protection zone during the calculation of the minimum safety distance.

0802

High Reflection (Head 2)

Alert: Highly-reflective background
There is a highly-reflective background behind the specified protection zone of scanner head 2, which may impact the detection capability.

Highly reflective backgrounds must not be positioned within 1.5 m from the boundary of the protection zone. (the background itself must be removed or the reflectance must be reduced). Unless the above-mentioned countermeasures are taken, 200 mm must be added as supplementary necessary distance to the protection zone during the calculation of the minimum safety distance.

0C02

High Reflection (Head 3)

Alert: Highly-reflective background
There is a highly-reflective background behind the specified protection zone of scanner head 3, which may impact the detection capability.

Highly reflective backgrounds must not be positioned within 1.5 m from the boundary of the protection zone. (the background itself must be removed or the reflectance must be reduced). Unless the above-mentioned countermeasures are taken, 200 mm must be added as supplementary necessary distance to the protection zone during the calculation of the minimum safety distance.

0001

Muting lamp open

Muting Lamp Alert (Disconnection)
There is a problem where the muting lamp is connected to the muting lamp output. (The muting lamp is disconnected or it is broken.)

Please check the following:

  • If the muting lamp output is correctly connected to the muting lamp.
  • If the muting lamp is broken.
  • If the rating/specification of the muting lamp is within the range of the muting lamp output.
0002

Muting lamp Over current

Muting Lamp Alert (Overcurrent)
The muting lamp connected to the muting lamp output has an overcurrent exceeding the rated current.

Please check the following:

  • If the muting lamp output is correctly connected to the muting lamp.
  • If the muting lamp is broken.
  • If the rating/specification of the muting lamp is within the range of the muting lamp output.
0600

Camera (Head 1)

Camera error
An error has occurred with the camera area of scanner head 1.

Turn the power of the SZ-V off and then on again. If turning the power back on does not resolve the error, replace the scanner head.

0A00

Camera (Head 2)

Camera error
An error has occurred with the camera area of scanner head 2.

Turn the power of the SZ-V off and then on again. If turning the power back on does not resolve the error, replace the scanner head.

0E00

Camera (Head 3)

Camera error
An error has occurred with the camera area of scanner head 3.

Turn the power of the SZ-V off and then on again. If turning the power back on does not resolve the error, replace the scanner head.

0200

History Store

Detection History Error
The detection history cannot be retrieved correctly.

Transfer the settings again. If that does not resolve the error, replace the display unit.

0601

History Store (Head 1)

Detection history error
The detection history for scanner head 1 cannot be retrieved correctly.

Transfer the settings again. If that does not resolve the error, replace the scanner head.

0A01

History Store (Head 2)

Detection history error
The detection history for scanner head 2 cannot be retrieved correctly.

Transfer the settings again. If that does not resolve the error, replace the scanner head.

0E01

History Store (Head 3)

Detection history error
The detection history for scanner head 3 cannot be retrieved correctly.

Transfer the settings again. If that does not resolve the error, replace the scanner head.

0201

EEPROM Access Error

EEPROM access error
Cannot read EEPROM data correctly.

Transfer the settings again. If that does not resolve the error, replace the display unit.

000A

PROFIsafe Parameter (F_Source_Add)

PROFIsafe parameter error.
F_Source_Add is incorrect.

Transfer the PROFIsafe related settings again. If that does not resolve the error, replace the display unit.

000B

PROFIsafe Parameter (F_Dest_Add)

PROFIsafe parameter error.
F_Dest_Add is incorrect.

Transfer the PROFIsafe related settings again. If that does not resolve the error, replace the display unit.

000C

PROFIsafe Failsafe Parameter

PROFIsafe parameter error.
PROFIsafe parameter error was detected.

Transfer the PROFIsafe related settings again. If that does not resolve the error, replace the display unit.

000D

PROFIsafe Transmission

PROFIsafe communication error.
PROFIsafe Communication failed.

Check the network cable connection and the value of F_WD_Time.

0410

Window Error (Head 1)

The window of scanner head 1 may be polluted or scratched.

Clean the window.
If the error continues after cleaning, replace the window.

0421

Window Error (Head1)

Window error
The window of scanner head 1 may be broken.

Clean the window.
If the error continues after cleaning, replace the window.

0810

Window Error (Head 2)

The window of scanner head 2 may be polluted or scratched.

Clean the window.
If the error continues after cleaning, replace the window.

0821

Window Error (Head2)

Window error
The window of scanner head 2 may be broken.

Clean the window.
If the error continues after cleaning, replace the window.

0C10

Window Error (Head 3)

The window of scanner head 3 may be polluted or scratched.

Clean the window.
If the error continues after cleaning, replace the window.

0C21

Window Error (Head3)

Window error
The window of scanner head 3 may be broken.

Clean the window.
If the error continues after cleaning, replace the window.

0411

MI Error (Head 1)

MI error (man-made interference error)

  • A structure with extremely low reflectance is located close to the SZ-V.
  • The SZ-V does not detect any diffuse reflection from the object to be detected or the structure outside the protection zone. The SZ-V generates an error if it does not detect anything over 60 degrees.
  • Remove the structure with low reflectance close to the SZ-V.
  • Position a structure outside the protection zone so that the SZ-V detects diffuse reflection from the structure.
0811

MI Error (Head 2)

MI error (man-made interference error)

  • A structure with extremely low reflectance is located close to the SZ-V.
  • The SZ-V does not detect any diffuse reflection from the object to be detected or the structure outside the protection zone. The SZ-V generates an error if it does not detect anything over 60 degrees.
  • Remove the structure with low reflectance close to the SZ-V.
  • Position a structure outside the protection zone so that the SZ-V detects diffuse reflection from the structure.
0C11

MI Error (Head 3)

MI error (man-made interference error)

  • A structure with extremely low reflectance is located close to the SZ-V.
  • The SZ-V does not detect any diffuse reflection from the object to be detected or the structure outside the protection zone. The SZ-V generates an error if it does not detect anything over 60 degrees.
  • Remove the structure with low reflectance close to the SZ-V.
  • Position a structure outside the protection zone so that the SZ-V detects diffuse reflection from the structure.
0010

OSSD 1 Error

OSSD error

  • The OSSD is short-circuited. Alternatively, the wiring is wrong.
  • The OSSD experienced a surge in voltage due to an inductive load.
  • The OSSD is being affected by an EMC environment.
  • The OSSD is broken.
  • Check the wiring for the OSSD.
  • Use a load with a surge absorber function, or apply surge protection to the load.
  • Check the surrounding wiring and EMC environment.
  • Replace the display unit.
0011

OSSD 2 Error

OSSD error

  • The OSSD is short-circuited. Alternatively, the wiring is wrong.
  • The OSSD experienced a surge in voltage due to an inductive load.
  • The OSSD is being affected by an EMC environment.
  • The OSSD is broken.
  • Check the wiring for the OSSD.
  • Use a load with a surge absorber function, or apply surge protection to the load.
  • Check the surrounding wiring and EMC environment.
  • Replace the display unit.
0012

OSSD 3 Error

OSSD error

  • The OSSD is short-circuited. Alternatively, the wiring is wrong.
  • The OSSD experienced a surge in voltage due to an inductive load.
  • The OSSD is being affected by an EMC environment.
  • The OSSD is broken.
  • Check the wiring for the OSSD.
  • Use a load with a surge absorber function, or apply surge protection to the load.
  • Check the surrounding wiring and EMC environment.
  • Replace the display unit.
0013

OSSD 4 Error

OSSD error

  • The OSSD is short-circuited. Alternatively, the wiring is wrong.
  • The OSSD experienced a surge in voltage due to an inductive load.
  • The OSSD is being affected by an EMC environment.
  • The OSSD is broken.
  • Check the wiring for the OSSD.
  • Use a load with a surge absorber function, or apply surge protection to the load.
  • Check the surrounding wiring and EMC environment.
  • Replace the display unit.
0014

OSSD 1 Overcurrent Error

OSSD 1 Overcurrent Error
Overcurrent occurs on OSSD 1.

Check the wiring between OSSD 1 and the load, and whether the load is broken or not.

0015

OSSD 2 Overcurrent Error

OSSD 2 Overcurrent Error
Overcurrent occurs on OSSD 2.

Check the wiring between OSSD 2 and the load, and whether the load is broken or not.

0016

OSSD 3 Overcurrent Error

OSSD 3 Overcurrent Error
Overcurrent occurs on OSSD 3.

Check the wiring between OSSD 3 and the load, and whether the load is broken or not.

0017

OSSD 4 Overcurrent Error

OSSD 4 Overcurrent Error
Overcurrent occurs on OSSD 4.

Check the wiring between OSSD 4 and the load, and whether the load is broken or not.

002A

Output Over Current Error (in Total)

Output Over Current Error (in total)
Total amount of current on each output exceeds the specification.

Check the wiring between each output and the load, and whether the load is broken or not.
Check if the total amount of current is within the specification.

0018

Muting Lamp Open Error

Muting Lamp Error (Disconnection)
There is a problem where the muting lamp is connected to the muting lamp output. (The muting lamp is disconnected or it is broken.)

Please check the following:

  • If the muting lamp output is correctly connected to the muting lamp.
  • If the muting lamp is broken.
  • If the rating/specification of the muting lamp is within the range of the muting lamp output.
0019

Muting Lamp Over Current Error

Muting Lamp Error (Overcurrent)
The muting lamp connected to the muting lamp output has an overcurrent exceeding the rated current.

Please check the following:

  • If the muting lamp output is correctly connected to the muting lamp.
  • If the muting lamp is broken.
  • If the rating/specification of the muting lamp is within the range of the muting lamp output.
001A

EDM (OSSD 1/2) Error

EDM error

  • EDM input is not connected to the external device correctly.
  • The external device connected to the OSSD is broken.
  • Check the EDM input wiring.
  • Check the external device and replace if it is broken.
001B

EDM (OSSD 3/4) Error

EDM error

  • EDM input is not connected to the external device correctly.
  • The external device connected to the OSSD is broken.
  • Check the EDM input wiring.
  • Check the external device and replace if it is broken.
001C

BANK Input Error

Bank Input Error

  • The signal combination of bank inputs does not meet the specification.
  • The bank switching was not performed during the specified bank transition time.
  • Check the wiring of the bank inputs.
  • Confirm that bank switching is performed during the specified bank transition time.
001D

BANK Sequence Error

Bank Sequence Error
The bank switching was not performed according to the specified bank sequence.

Check the bank sequence and the configuration of bank sequence monitoring.

001E

Encoder Velocity Error

Encoder velocity error
The encoder velocity exceeds the set velocity range.

Ensure that the encoder velocity does not exceed the velocity range.

001F

Encoder Pulse Frequency Error (Ch.1)

Encoder Pulse Frequency Error (Ch,1)
The input of Encoder Input 1 exceeds the maximum pulse frequency (100 kHz).

Ensure that the output from the encoder does not exceed the maximum pulse frequency.

0020

Encoder Pulse Frequency Error (Ch.2)

Encoder Pulse Frequency Error (Ch,2)
The input of Encoder Input 2 exceeds the maximum pulse frequency (100 kHz).

Ensure that the output from the encoder does not exceed the maximum pulse frequency.

0021

Encoder Ch.1/Ch.2 Error

Encoder Mismatch Error

  • The difference in velocity between the two encoders exceeds the specified tolerance.
  • Two encoders are rotating in opposite direction.
  • The wiring for the encoder input is not correct.
  • Ensure that the difference in velocity between the two encoders does not exceed the tolerance range.
  • Make two encoders rotate in the same direction.
  • Check the encoder input wiring.
0022

Encoder Connection Error (Ch.1)

Encoder Input Error (Ch.1)
Wiring of encoder input 1 is incorrect.

Check the encoder input wiring.

0023

Encoder Connection Error (Ch.2)

Encoder Input Error (Ch.2)
Wiring of encoder input 2 is incorrect.

Check the encoder input wiring.

0024

Head Communication Error

Communication Error

  • The connection cable is not correctly connected or the wires are damaged.
  • The connected cable is being affected by an EMC environment.
  • The power voltage is temporarily or continuously falling.
  • Check the cable connection.
  • Check the wiring and the surrounding EMC environment.
  • Replace the power source, increase the power capacity, or prepare a SZ-V-dedicated power source.
0210

Head Communication Error

Communication Error

  • The connection cable is not correctly connected or the wires are damaged.
  • The connected cable is being affected by an EMC environment.
  • The power voltage is temporarily or continuously falling.
  • Check the cable connection.
  • Check the wiring and the surrounding EMC environment.
  • Replace the power source, increase the power capacity, or prepare a SZ-V-dedicated power source.
0028

Incorrect Wire (input2) Error

Unused Wiring Error (Input 2)
Input 2 is set as unused but is not in an open circuit.

If Input 2 is set to unused, make an open circuit on Input 2 with insulation.

0029

Incorrect Wire (input6) Error

Unused Wiring Error (Input 6)
Input 6 is set as unused but is not in an open circuit.

If Input 6 is set to unused, make an open circuit on Input 6 with insulation.

0030

System Memory Error (Type)

Configuration Error (Type)
The display unit type does not match the settings in the system memory.

Check the display unit type.

0031

System Memory Error (Head)

Configuration Error (Head)
The number of scanner heads does not match the settings in the system memory.

Check the number of scanner heads.

0032

System Memory Error (Data)

System Memory Error (Data)

  • The system memory data is not correct or is corrupt.
  • The system memory data cannot be retrieved.
  • Transfer the data to the system memory again.
  • Check the wiring and the surrounding EMC environment.
0033

System Config. Error (Display unit)

System Configuration Error (Display unit)
The Display unit is paired to another system memory.

Transfer new settings from the SZ Configurator again, or delete the system configuration information. For details of clearing system configuration information, see “SZ-V Series User’s Manual”.

0424

System Config. Error (Head1)

System Configuration Error (Head 1)
Scanner head 1 is paired to another system memory.

Transfer new settings from the SZ Configurator again, or delete the system configuration information. For details of clearing system configuration information, see “SZ-V Series User’s Manual”.

0824

System Config. Error (Head2)

System Configuration Error (Head 2)
Scanner head 2 is paired to another system memory.

Transfer new settings from the SZ Configurator again, or delete the system configuration information. For details of clearing system configuration information, see “SZ-V Series User’s Manual”.

0C24

System Config. Error (Head3)

System Configuration Error (Head 3)
Scanner head 3 is paired to another system memory.

Transfer new settings from the SZ Configurator again, or delete the system configuration information. For details of clearing system configuration information, see “SZ-V Series User’s Manual”.

043E

Window Calibration Error (Head1)

Window Calibration Error

  • Window calibration did not execute correctly.
  • The SZ-V is broken.
  • Execute window calibration again. For details of window calibration, see “SZ-V Series User’s Manual”.
  • Replace the SZ-V.
083E

Window Calibration Error (Head2)

Window Calibration Error

  • Window calibration did not execute correctly.
  • The SZ-V is broken.
  • Execute window calibration again. For details of window calibration, see “SZ-V Series User’s Manual”.
  • Replace the SZ-V.
0C3E

Window Calibration Error (Head3)

Window Calibration Error

  • Window calibration did not execute correctly.
  • The SZ-V is broken.
  • Execute window calibration again. For details of window calibration, see “SZ-V Series User’s Manual”.
  • Replace the SZ-V.
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System Error

System Error

  • The SZ-V is being affected by an EMC environment.
  • The SZ-V has experienced strong vibration or shock.
  • Check the wiring and the surrounding EMC environment.
  • Install the SZ-V so as not to have the vibration and/or shock exceeding the specification.