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    Do you have one of these?

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    Default Debug mode

    first step go to setting 7 and turn off parameter lock see picture below

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    2nd go to alarm page , then type in DEBUG then hit write. notice the hexadecimal bit NNNN 0. see picture below.

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    sorry there is a duplicate picture. next go to position screen. see picture below. 20200127_202324.jpg

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    next page down 5 pages. see picture below. you are now in debug mode. in the raw data screen.

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    Raw data page .

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    Ill have a look through that when I get back to my shop.

    Also found this video an hs-1 5AX With a side mount tool changer.

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    Best thread stream on this forum in a long long time guys. Man.. Awesome work overall and I wish I would have found one of these rather than the VF/TRT setup we have. impressed!

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    All credit goes to @hoss710

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    I have a few videos here as well.

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    The replacement board is coming today. Are there schematics available for these boards?

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    They may be out there somewhere. but I'm 99% sure I don't have 1. I'll try and look this weekend. I have hundreds of pages of hand written notes from both feild experience and class notes.

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    I got the board, its been redesigned, beefier resistors now haha. I also took it in to work and we found a burnt trace on the larger board thats labeled 93-30500f. I emailed haas to see if i can just buy that board as well. Of course I still need to find the root cause.

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    So Haas discontinued that board in 2009 and they are out of stock. Would you be able to take pictures of that board so I can see all of the resistor values?

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    I don't own a hs1rp. I use to be a service guy for haas and we had a few in my territory back in the day. I'm not sure who would still have 1 as many had upgraded to the 400 and 500 units before I left haas.

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    Ah, no worries.

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    @Hoss710 I was thinking about what might be the cause of the tool changer board failure, and I remembered when I first wired the machine up, it was wired for the lowest line voltage, 200v ish. I powered it on and the regen resistors got hot and started making smoke from coolant residue or dust, the voltage was 260. I wonder if that's when this tool changer board died. Also I checked the line voltage the other day and it was 240.

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    that is a possibility. I did find a list for the Horizontal to be able to force outputs thru macro variables. and some factory bulletins. if you want copy of the information, send me a PM with ur email address. it may take me a few days to get it scanned.

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    I went to return the power supply board, and they wouldn't accept it since the box was opened. I didn't even plug it in. So I guess Ill just keep it for now, it was only $400... I ordered the whole tool changer driver assembly, only $1500. If their parts site listed it properly I would have just ordered the whole assembly. I guess that's just the game they play.

    If the encoder is bad it shouldn't cause the board to fry , and neither should the r232 lines. That just leaves the incoming power and the motor. My plan is to check the incoming 3 phase voltage. then check the voltage that powers the driver assembly. I'll leave the motor disconnected, just in case its stalled. Then if nothing blows up Ill power it back up with the motor connected. Do you see any flaws with this, or have any better suggestions?

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