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Edge FX Fatal Error 633

Discussion in 'Gerber Omega, Graphix Advantage & MacImprint' started by romain, Dec 17, 2019.

  1. romain

    romain New Member

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    Hi,

    Someone as already the fatal error 633 on his gerber edge FX ?

    Thanks in advance for reply.
     
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  2. Jburns

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    Here - check voltage ( ONLY if you can safely) off power supply wires to head. and cable connections

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    Depending on your printhead resistance range- voltage to head should be between 17.9 to 21.2. This level is critical depending on resistance printed on the head.
     
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  3. romain

    romain New Member

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    thanks a lot for your quick answer
     
  4. romain

    romain New Member

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    I have this when i have a fatal error.
    if i turn off the gerber and on.
    i see that the voltage is higher...
     

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  5. romain

    romain New Member

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    someone can help me?
     
  6. Jburns

    Jburns Active Member

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    I think your voltage should be closer to 5.10 for TPH, LCD and RFID.
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    This is a reference picture
     
  7. romain

    romain New Member

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    ok but how can we change it?
     
  8. Jburns

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    Check your connections, and cables to the LCD, etc. I dont know where to adjust the lower ( 5 volts ). The printhead has a potentiometer to adjust. Again, do not open or adjust if you dont have electrical experience.
     
  9. Jburns

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    What is the OHMS rating on your printhead?
     
  10. Joe House

    Joe House Active Member

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    NOTE: If you're not familiar with electronics or working with electrical circuits, please leave this to a qualified technician.
    This is the 5 volt circuit (logic) not the (more or less) 20v circuit that fires the head. Also, it is showing low on both the print head and the LCD. This could be your:
    A. - incoming voltage - check with a volt meter
    B. - power supply - check with a volt meter
    C. - cable from the power supply to the Main board - check with a volt meter
    E. - Main board - If all else checks out, this is probably the culprit.

    Good Luck
     
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  11. romain

    romain New Member

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    Hi, thanks for all informations, we have normally find the problem, a component on the main board.
    We are going to change it
     
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