9010: Temperature sensor (Motor|Choke|External): Overtemperature

Info: Temperature limit
Data type: REAL

Description:
Runtime error if the temperature of the motor temperature sensor on connector X4 TEMP_MOTOR exceeds the limit (see INFO).

Reaction:
See error number 9000.

Cause/Remedy:
Invalid operational conditions:
- Environmental temperature too high. -> Check the motor specifications.
- Flange temperature too high. -> Check the motor specifications.
- Cooling is defective. -> Check any necessary air or water cooling.

Motor continuous current exceeded:
- Increased current. See error number 9030. -> Determine the medium speed and the effective value of the motor current and compare these values with the continuous current curve (S1 operation) of the motor.

Problem with motor temperature measurement:
- Sensor defect: -> When the controller is switched off, compare the environmental temperature with TEMP_MOTOR.
- Defective isolation of the temperature sensor: -> Take the plug X5 and X4 off. Check the dielectric strength between the temperature sensor wires (T+ and T-) at the plug X4. Check the dielectric strength between the motor phases (U,V,W) and the motor cable shield at the plug X5. If a defective temperature sensor (isolation demage) at the ACOPOS servo drive is plug on, then the ACOPOS servo drive can be damaged.
- ACOPOS servo drive defect: -> Take the plug X5 and X4 off. Check the voltage between the contacts T+ and T- at the female plug X4. If the voltage is unequal 5V, the ACOPOS servo drive is defective.
- Disturbance: Motor temperature sensor on connector X4 cable missing or poorly shielded. Check motor temperature TEMP_MOTOR for disturbance pulses.

The maximum motor temperature (=110C) is too low.