Troubleshooting

Front panel LEDs

UCC T3 PLUS or UCC S3 visual diagnostics

UCC T3 PLUS and UCC S3 - front panel LEDs

LED status key:

LED

Description

UCC T3-2 visual diagnostics - LED on

LED on

UCC T3-2 visual diagnostics - LED flashing off_on

LED flashing off / on

UCC T3-2 visual diagnostics - Green and red flash

LED flashing green / red

UCC T3-2 visual diagnostics - No LED

LED off

UCC T3-2 visual diagnostics - Red and blue flash

LED flashing red / blue

Name

LED colour

Function

STOP

UCC T3-2 visual diagnostics - Continuous red

PHC10-3 PLUS asserting PICS STOP when lit

STOP

UCC T3-2 visual diagnostics - Red flash

PI 200 asserting PICS STOP

HEAD READY

UCC T3-2 visual diagnostics - Continuous green

Head ready for use when lit

HEAD ACTIVE

Visual diagnostics - Continuous yellow

Head indexing when lit

DATUM ERROR

UCC T3-2 visual diagnostics - Continuous red

Head datum error when lit

OBSTRUCT ERROR

UCC T3-2 visual diagnostics - Continuous red

Head obstruct error when lit

O/LOAD ERROR

UCC T3-2 visual diagnostics - Continuous red

Head overload error when lit

Name

LED colour

Function

STATUS

UCC T3-2 visual diagnostics - No LED

No LED - no power to UCC T3 PLUS / UCC S3 or downloadable unable to start, power cycle and try again

STATUS

UCC T3-2 visual diagnostics - Continuous red

Continuous LED - problem with comms link - reboot UCC T3 PLUS or UCC S3 and configure IP

STATUS

UCC T3-2 visual diagnostics - Green flash

Slow flash - waiting for download

STATUS

UCC T3-2 visual diagnostics - Continuous green

Continuous light - download successful

STATUS

UCC T3-2 visual diagnostics - Red flash

Fast flash (5 Hz) - IP configuration mode

STATUS

UCC T3-2 visual diagnostics - Dual flash

Dual flash - controller booting

STATUS

UCC T3-2 visual diagnostics - Internal timeout

Internal timeout - reboot UCC T3 PLUS or UCC S3

STATUS

UCC T3-2 visual diagnostics - Green flash

Fast flash (5 Hz) - communications error - reboot required

STATUS

UCC T3-2 visual diagnostics - Green and red flash

Slow flash - scale error - reboot required

STATUS

UCC T3-2 visual diagnostics - Red and blue flash

Slow flash - problem with download - reboot required (check file type eg UCC2)

STATUS

UCC T3-2 visual diagnostics - Continuous blue

Continuous LED - UCC T3 PLUS or UCC S3 overheated

STATUS

UCC T3-2 visual diagnostics - Blue flash

Slow flash - unit does not have controller ID - return to Renishaw

STATUS

UCC T3-2 visual diagnostics - Blue flash

Fast flash (5 Hz) - no controller ID in IP configuration mode - return to Renishaw

NOTE: A scale error will cause the UCC T3 PLUS or UCC S3 to enter an error state which is not recoverable within a metrology application environment. If a scale error occurs it will be necessary to reinitialise the installation due to the possibility of lost scale counts and metrology being effected.

This section on troubleshooting is a guide to problems associated with the installation and integration of the PH10 system only. Refer to the 'PH10 PLUS installation and user's guide' (Renishaw part number H-1000-5070) regarding problems associated with normal operation of the PH10 system.

The UCC T3 PLUS or UCC S3 will assert PICS STOP under the following conditions:

Condition

Notes

Overload error

Head has been overloaded when locked, causing it to unlock.

Obstruct error

Head has been obstructed when moving to requested position or is unable to lock into it.

Head disconnect

Head removed, cables disconnected, cable break

Datum error

The head has failed to lock up correctly.

Pressing and releasing the E-STOP button will clear the PICS STOP providing the cause has been addressed.

Use the tables below to identify problems you are experiencing with your PH10 PLUS system. If you experience problems which you are not able to identify or solve satisfactorily, please contact Renishaw for further advice.

No head movement in automatic mode:

Possible cause

Solution

Cable / connection fault

Check connection and integrity of cabling between head and controller.

 No probe signal from PH10 PLUS:

Possible cause

Solution

Cable / connection fault

Check connection and integrity of cabling between head and controller.

Multiwire bypass connector not fitted

Fit a multiwire bypass connector which will permit a standard touch-trigger probe signal to reach controller.

Multiwired probe in use (SP25M)

Check that the multiwire cable is correctly fitted to the head.

Check that the trigger output to the CMM controller is connected to the multiwired probe interface.

 Poor measurement performance assiociated with the PH10 PLUS:

Possible cause

Solution

Loose mounting of head

Ensure all mounting screws are tight and mounting to CMM is secure.

Probe damping enabled during measurement

Ensure probe damping is not enabled during measurement moves.

Stylus is too close to the surface before taking point

Increase standoff distance in program.