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Acramaic 2100 Alarm 42-11?
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shawnra
2016-03-03 20:18:01 UTC
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I was looking on the internet for help on a Cincinnati error "42-11" on our
Saber 2000, Acramatic 2100 system by Siemens and you guys seem to offer some
advice on trouble shooting these systems.
Upon boot and loading of the software this alarm 42-11 comes up
"APC Start Fail
Cause: This is an internal error. The programmable controller failed to start
because of the following error:
Cause: A board with an unrecognised board id is plugged into a rack.

Remedy: turn the power off and on again. if the problem persists... you know
the rest"

about 3 weeks ago the W/S bridge board was replaced because the original was
coming up with errors, afterwards it booted fine and has worked until
yesterday.

could you offer any advice or direction on how to work with this problem,
could it take the system 3 weeks to identify that the board was replaced?

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Alphonso
2016-03-03 22:04:31 UTC
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Pose this question at Practical machinist.com in the "CNC Machining" forum
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Post by shawnra
I was looking on the internet for help on a Cincinnati error "42-11" on
our Saber 2000, Acramatic 2100 system by Siemens and you guys seem to
offer some advice on trouble shooting these systems.
Upon boot and loading of the software this alarm 42-11 comes up
"APC Start Fail
Cause: This is an internal error. The programmable controller failed to
Cause: A board with an unrecognised board id is plugged into a rack.
Remedy: turn the power off and on again. if the problem persists... you
know the rest"
about 3 weeks ago the W/S bridge board was replaced because the original
was coming up with errors, afterwards it booted fine and has worked
until yesterday.
could you offer any advice or direction on how to work with this
problem, could it take the system 3 weeks to identify that the board was
replaced?
jon_banquer
2016-03-05 23:40:59 UTC
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Post by Alphonso
Pose this question at Practical machinist.com in the "CNC Machining" forum
to get an answer in a more timely manor.
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