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1000

EMERGENCY STOP BUTTON PRESSED

The emergency stop button on the operation panel is pressed.

See Section 5.5.1, “Resetting Emergency Stop Button”.

 


1001

POWER CIRCUIT DC OFF

The protective device of the 100 VAC fan motor circuit worked because of overcurrent.

See Section 5.5.2, “Recovering Power Circuit Shut Down due To Overcurrent”.

 


1002

COOLANT PUMP THERMAL ACTUATION

The thermal relay for protecting the coolant pump motor worked because of overload.

See Section 5.5.3, “Resetting Thermal Relay for Coolant Pump Motor”

 


1100

LOADER ALARM

Automatic bar feeder device alarm

See Section 5.5.4, “Resetting External Unit Alarms”.

 


1101

LOADER NOT COMPLETE

A attempt was made to run the machine although the automatic bar feeder device is not turned on

See Section 5.5.4, “Resetting External Unit Alarms”.

 


1102

OPTIONAL DEVICE ALARM

The mounted optional device generates an alarm.

Reset the alarm.

 


1103

CYCLE TIME OVER

One cycle of the program exceeded the specified time (20 min) during automatic operation.

See Section 5.5.8, “Resetting Other Alarms”.

 


1105

TOOL BIT ALARM

The cut-off tool is damaged and thus the material remains.

See Section 5.5.8, “Resetting Other Alarms”.

 


1106

COOLANT OIL ALARM

The cutting oil discharge detection device worked because no cutting oil was discharged.

See Section 5.5.8, “Resetting Other Alarms”.

 


1108

MAIN CHUCK STRENGTH ALARM

The chuck closing force is not correct.

Adjust the chucking force.

 


1109

MAIN SPINDLE OVERHEAT

The headstock is overheated.

See Section 5.5.8, “Resetting Other Alarms”.

 


1110

SLEEVE HOLDER COLLISION: +Y

・ When A2 axis is out of range of -1 to +114 mm (-1 to +104 mm), Y axis moved by more than 39 mm toward positive direction of machine coordinate.

・ Press the RESET button to clear the alarm, and move Y axis by less than 39 mm toward negative direction with by handle feed.

 


・ When A2 axis is out of range of -1 to +114 mm (-1 to +104 mm) in the automatic operation program, the command was issued to move Y axis by more than 52.516 mm toward positive direction of machine coordinate.Values in the paratheses are for the machine with the long workpiece device.

・ Review the program.


1111

BACK SPINDLE COLLISION: +A2

・ When Y axis has moved forward by at least +52.516 mm, A2 axis moved to the position deviating from the range of -1 to +107 mm (-1 to +104 mm) in machine coordinate.

・ Press the RESET button to clear alarm, and move A2 axis within the range of -1 to +107 mm (-1 to +97 mm) by handle feed.

 


・ When Y axis has moved forward by at least +52.516 mm in the automatic operation program, the command was issued to move A2 axis to the position deviating from the range of -1 to +107 mm (-1 to +97 mm) in machine coordinate.Values in the paratheses are for the machine with the long workpiece device.

・ Review the program.Values in the paratheses are for the machine with the long workpiece device.


1112

SLEEVE HOLDER AREA ALARM: +Y

When A2 axis is out of range of -1 to +114 mm (-1 to +104 mm), Y axis moved by more than 52.516 mm toward positive direction of machine coordinate.Values in the paratheses are for the machine with the long workpiece device.

See Section 5.5.5, “Resetting Interference Area Alarm”.

 


1113

BACK SPINDLE AREA ALARM: +A2

While Y axis has moved forward by more than +52.516 mm, A2 axis moved to the position deviating from the range of -1 to +114 mm (-1 to +104 mm).Values in the paratheses are for the machine with the long workpiece device.

See Section 5.5.5, “Resetting Interference Area Alarm”.

 


1114

INTERFERENCE CHECK OFF

An attempt was made to conduct automatic operation when the invalid interference check status is ON on operator’s panel.

Set “13. INT. CHK CAN” to OFF on operator’s panel.

 


1115

BACK CHUCK STRENGTH ALARM

The back chuck closing force is not correct.

Adjust the back chucking force.

 


1116

NOT KNOCK OUT

With the back chuck closed, the M10 or M110 command was issued, or A2 axis was moved by at least 57.5 mm toward negative direction of machine coordinate.

Review the program.

 


1117

BACK CHUCK SERVO UNIT ALARM

SERVO AMP for control of back chuck generates an alarm.

See section 5.5.6, “Recovery of Back chuck SERVO AMP”.

 


1118

MAIN SPINDLE INDEXING ALARM

The spindle indexing was unsuccessful.

See Section 5.5.7 “Resetting Spindle Orient Alarm”. 

 


1119

TOOL SPINDLE SERVO UNIT ALARM

The tool spindle control servo amplifier generates an alarm.

See Section 5.5.8 “Resetting Tool Spindle Control Servo Amplifier Alarm”.

 


1120

LONG WORKPIECE CHUCK ALARM

The long workpiece chuck does not open or close successfully.

See Section 5.5.4 “Resetting External Device Alarm”.

 


1125

MACHINE NUMBER NOT REGISTERED

No machine number has been registered for the machine.

Contact the nearest Citizen service center.

Alarm for machine relocation detector


1126

DETECTION OF THE MACHINE MOVING

The machine transfer detection function detected the machine moving.

Contact the nearest Citizen service center.

Alarm for machine relocation detector


1127

MACHINE TRANSFER DETECTION ALARM

A machine transfer detection function alarm occurred.

Contact the nearest Citizen service center.

Alarm for machine relocation detector


1128

EXTERNAL ALARM 3

An optional device alarm has occurred.

Free the optional device from the alarm state.

 


1129

EXTERNAL ALARM 4

An optional device alarm has occurred.

Free the optional device from the alarm state.

 


1151

M320 ARGUMENT ALARM

The M320 A argument exceeds the separator stroke.The M320 X argument is not specified.

Review the program.

 


1152

M330 ARGUMENT ALARM

The M330 R argument is 0 or less.

Review the program.

 


1153

M340 ARGUMENT ALARM

The M340 A argument exceeds the separator stroke.M340 X argument is not specified.The M340 R argument is 0 or less.

Review the program.

 


1154

TOOL PATTERN ALARM

No tool pattern is specified.

Specify the tool pattern.

 


1155

T-CODE ARGUMENT ALARM

The X and Y arguments are specified for the T code of the drilling tool.The E argument is specified when selecting from other than T3000s.The A argument is 60.0 mm or less.

Review the program.

 


1156

G184 ARGUMENT ALARM

The W argument was not specified and either Z or R argument was not specified when the G184 command was issued.

Review the program.

 


1157

S CODE ALARM

The S code with a negative value was specified when the M58 or M59, M80 or M81, or M23 or M24 command was issued.

Review the program.

 


The rotation command exceeded the maximum value of tool spindle or back spindle when the M58 or M59, M80 or M81, M23 or M24, or M74 command was issued.


1158

ILLEGAL T-CODE SEPARATOR FORWARD

The M32, M320 or M340 command was executed under the following conditions:

Review the program.

 


・ The selected tool was not T1100 when the product collection alarm was set to ON on operator’s panel.

Turn off the product collection alarm setting on operator’s panel if you want to execute the M32 or M320 command when a tool other than T1100 is selected. (Be careful in programming to avoid interference.)


1159

OUT OF RG/B STROKE RANGE

START POSITION was executed under the following conditions:

Review the program.

 


・ The RG/B stroke was out of specified range when RG/B was set to ON on operator’s panel.


1160

T-CODE ALARM

An attempt was made to select START POSITION and CUT-OFF when a T2000s or T3000s tool was selected on preparation screen.

Review tool selection.

 


1161

M51 ARGUMENT ALARM

The M51 X argument is not specified.

Review the program.

 


1162

CUT-OFF BIT UNSELECTED

The M51 command was issued when the selected tool was not T1100.

Review the program.

 


1163

SUBPR. START & END POINT UNEQUAL: X

In M109 or G999 subprogram, the machine coordinate of X axis start point does not agree with that of end point.

Review the program.

 


1164

SUBPR. START & END POINT UNEQUAL: Z

In M109 or G999 subprogram, the machine coordinate of Z axis start point does not agree with that of end point.

Review the program.

 


1165

SUBPR. START & END POINT UNEQUAL: Y

In M109 or G999 subprogram, the machine coordinate of Y axis start point does not agree with that of end point.

Review the program.

 


1166

SUBPR. START & END POINT UNEQUAL: A1

In M109 or G999 subprogram, the machine coordinate of A1 axis start point does not agree with that of end point.

Review the program.

 


1167

SUBPR. START & END POINT UNEQUAL: A2

In M109 or G999 subprogram, the machine coordinate of A2 axis start point does not agree with that of end point.

Review the program.

 


1168

ILLEGAL SEPARATOR COMMAND

An attempt is made to issue the G184 command on the machine without back spindle.An attempt is made to issue the M32, M33, M320, M330, or M340 command on the machine with back spindle under the separator function of operator’s panel was turned off.

Review the program.

 


1170

ILLEGAL BACK SPINDLE COMMAND

An attempt was made to issue the M140, M141, M240, M241. M341, G185 or G199 command on the machine without back spindle.An attempt was made to issue the M240, 241, M341, G185 or G199 command on the machine with back spindle under the separator function of operator’s panel was turned on.

Review the program.

 


1171

ILLEGAL SUBPROGRAM COMMAND

An attempt was made to issue the M320, M330, M340, M341, or M700 command in M109 or G999.An attempt was made to issue the G999 command on the machine without back spindle.

Review the program.

 


1172

M341 ARGUMENT ALARM

M341 X argument is not specified.

Review the program.

 


1173

ILLEGAL KNOCK OUT COMMAND

An attempt was made to issue the M10 or M110 command under the following conditions:

Review the program.

 


・ on the machine without back spindle.


・ on the machine with back spindle under the separator function of operator’s panel was turned on.


・ on the machine with back spindle rotating.


1174

G199 ARGUMENT ALARM

None of X, U, A and E arguments are specified when G199 command is issued.

Review the program.

 


Otherwise, the F argument is not specified.


The C or R argument is not specified under the circular interpolation when G199 command is issued.


The C argument other than 1.0 or 2.0 is specified under the circular interpolation when G199 command is issued.


1175

G185 ARGUMENT ALARM

When G185 command is issued, the following arguments are specified or not specified:・ Not specified: Neither A nor E, F, B or C・ Specified: Both F and B, Both F and C・ Specified: B, C, or R

Review the program.

 


1176

ILLEGAL MAIN SP. INDEX. COMMAND

・ A value 0 or smaller, or a value greater than 360 was specified as an indexing angle (S argument).

Review the program.

 


・ The S argument has not been specified.


・ The indexing angle was specified in wrong units.


1177

IMPOSSIBLE

The command is not set as an option.

Review the program.

 


1182

ILLEGAL LONG WORKPIECE COMMAND

・ M13 command was attempted to the machine without the long workpiece device mounted.

Review the program.

 


・ When the operator’s panel’s LONG WORK is set to OFF and PICK OFF is set to ON, M13 command was attempted to the machine with the long workpiece device mounted.


・ M13 command was attempted while the back spindle is rotating.


・ M13 command was attempted when the long workpiece chuck is closing.


1200

LUBRICATING OIL EMPTY

The lubricating oil level is lower than the specified limit. (1 cycle stop)

See Section 5.5.8, “Resetting Other Alarms”.

 


1201

COOLANT OIL EMPTY

The coolant level is lower than the specified limit. (1 cycle stop)

See Section 5.5.8, “Resetting Other Alarms”.

 


1202

BAR STOCK ALARM

There are no materials in the automatic bar feeder device. (1 cycle stop)

See Section 5.5.4, “Resetting External Unit Alarms”.

 


1203

CHIP CONVEYOR OVERLOAD

The protective device worked because of overload of chip conveyor. (1 cycle stop)

See Section 5.5.4, “Resetting External Unit Alarms”.

 


1204

OPTIONAL DEV ALM CYCLE STOP

Optional device alarm (1 cycle stop)

Reset the optional unit alarm.

 


1205

WORK COUNTER FULL

The number of machined parts reached the required number of parts specified on the counter setup screen.

Press the RESET button.

 


The number of machined parts is incremented by one each time the M56 command is issued.


1220-1248

T◯◯ TOOL LIFE OVER

The T◯◯ tool life has been reached.

Press the RST key.

 


The life is determined by the usage time and the usage count.


5010-5059

◯◯◯◯◯

Program error in the foreground

See the Operator’s Manual provided by the NC unit manufacturer.

 


5066

TOOL NUMBER NOT FOUND

The tool number was specified in the parameter not designated.

Review the program.

 


5067

CAN NOT TOOL CHANGE IN NRC

Tool selection was requested during correction of tool nose R.

Cancel the correction, and replace the tool.

 


5068

REFERENCE RETURN INCOMPLETE G28

An attempt was made to automatically return (G28) an axis for which no zero point was set up to the reference point.

Return the axis to the zero point manually, and use the G28 command. (See Section 5.7.5, “Zero Return”.) 

 


5069

ILLEGAL AXIS NUMBER

The G150 command is set to 0 or less, or a value greater than the value specified for the same axis name is set. (Internal NC alarm)

 

 


5070

ILLEGAL TRQ LIMIT DATA

The G151 command is not an integer, or a value greater than 100 is set. (Internal NC alarm)

 

 


5072

OVER PROGRAM PATH

The stack overflowed because multiple axes were under free control at the same time. (Internal NC alarm)

 

 


5077

ILLEGAL G152 ALARM

P or Q is not specified in the G152 command, or the P or Q branch destination is not found. (Internal NC alarm)

 

 


5078

ILLEGAL G28 COMMAND (VIRTUAL XY)

An attempt was made to automatically return (G28) the X or Y axis to the reference point.

Do not use the G28 command for the X or Y axis.

 


5079

ALREADY USED AXIS

The axis move command was issued for the axis under movement. (Internal NC alarm)

 

 


5080

ILLEGAL COMMAND IN G166

Such the movement was request in the macro that the axis went beyond the end point.

Review the program.

 


Otherwise, the axis that meets the end point conditions did not pass through the end point.


5081

ILLEGAL PROGRAM AFTER G31

The program was terminated without the axis move command issued after the G31 command.

Review the program.

 


5083

ILLEGAL FORMAT START/END POINT

The macro is called at execution of the move command for start/end position check. (Internal NC alarm)

 

 


5086

BLOCK TABLE AREA OVERFLOW

The number of blocks specified in the program overflowed.

Review the program.

 


5091

ILLEGAL TAP BY M-CODE COMMAND

An illegal M code for reverse differential tapping was issued.

 

 


5098

ILLEGAL WAIT CONDITION

The start point command conditions were not met during program execution. (The M700 command was issued when the spindle rotates at 300 min-1 or more.)

Review the program.

 


5145

G31 ANY AXIS

Multiple axes was specified in G31 move command.

 

 


5146

INCREMENTAL AFTER G31

The incremental move command was issued on the axis that has been skipped in G31.

 

 


5147

G31 IN G31 EXECUTED

The next move command was not issued on the axis that has been skipped in G31, and G31 was issued on other axis.

 

 


5148

T-CODE IN G31 EXECUTED

The next move command was not issued on the axis that has been skipped in G31, and T code command was issued instead.

 

 


5149

G31 IN ANY PATH

The next move command was not issued on the axis that has been skipped in G31, and G31 was issued on other axis control group.

 

 


5152

G167 THE ODD NUMBER PIECE

The axes specified in G167 (WAIT) was not a pair.

Review the program.

 


5153

M02 DURING WAITING

The M02 command was issued during waiting by G167 command.

Review the program.

 


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