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KEB F5 Inverter error E. OH Error overheat power module this alarm always sowing how to solve this problem. Please help me

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Error E. OH (overheat power module) on a KEB F5 Inverter indicates that the power module is overheating. This can be caused by a variety of factors, including a malfunctioning cooling system, a faulty power module, or a problem with the wiring or connections.
To troubleshoot the issue, you can try the following steps:

  1. Check the cooling system for any visible signs of damage or malfunction, such as a clogged air filter or damaged fan.
  2. Check the power module for any visible signs of damage or malfunction, such as burnt or damaged components.
  3. Check the wiring and connections to ensure that they are secure and properly connected.
  4. Check the F5 Inverter's fuse and circuit breaker to ensure that they are functioning properly.
If these steps do not resolve the issue, it's best to contact a professional repair service or the manufacturer for further assistance. They will be able to diagnose the problem and recommend the appropriate repairs. It's also a good idea to stop using the F5 Inverter until the issue has been resolved, as continuing to use it may cause further damage.

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My KEB drive shows alarm "E.nOH" or "E.OH" or E.OH2, what does it mean?? How I will solve it. My motor and drive temperature is still normal but drive shows these alarm.

These are all messages that follow overheating. E.nOH indicates that the heat sink has returned to the normal temperature range and the unit can be reset. E. OH indicates that the power module is over-temperature. This could be caused by insufficient air flow at the heat sink. That is caused by dust/dirt. The ventilator could be clogged or the ambient temperature is too high. E. OH2 indicates that the motor protection relay was tripped. Check for dust/dirt and clean any filters. Make sure that nothing is blocking the air flow around the unit.

KEB uses these error mesages on the CombiVert F6, https://www.keb.de/fileadmin/media/Manuals/f5/control/f5m/00f5mebk320.pdf .

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

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The system that you described is a closed-loop system. The inverter tells the motor what to do and the encoder send information back to the inverter to verify the operations.

With out knowing part# and serial number of the unit in question, I do not know exactly which inverter you are having problems with.

With E.OC error, there is a lot of current demand on the inverter. This could mean a short in the motor, motor leads, connections or inside of the inverter. This could also be caused by the encoder feedback loop being defective. If the inverter tells the motor to run at 1000rpm and the feedback tells the inverter it is only running at 5rpm, the inverter will send out more current to get the motor up to speed.

Since you are getting multiple errors, there could be other internal problems with the inverter especially if the unit is old and contaminated internally.

E.pu error in keb f5 inverter. the part no. is 09.f5.a1d-3a4a, ver. 1.0, 1.5kw. when powering up the drive, it gives 560VDC. please recommend what the problem could be.

The E.pu error is a general power stage failure.
Typically means that the unit has a defective power stage that would need to be replaced.
If it is an old inverter(early 2000's) there is a possibility that it could be a cooling fan problem since at that time there was a three wire fan used. May be able to replace the fan (must obtain from KEB) but there may still be problems with power stage. If it is from early 2000's then you might be better off replacing the unit with new current version.

How can we fixed if the error display is E.EnC1

There is a problem with the channel 1 feedback loop.

Possible causes:
Loose connection at encoder or feedback card.
Defective feedback cable.
Defective encoder.
Defective feedback card.
Defective control card.
Defective inverter.

What Error COM KEB mean ????i have F5 version

The KEB inverter does not have a "COM" error.

Where is this error being displayed?

Check your inverter baud rate, inverter address, communications cables and device that is being used to communicate.

Sir have a nice day, i have problem about KEB combivert F5 28kva running but after 3-5 minutes have a display error E.OH means over heating blower fan is working condition,pls what the solution of this...

Verify that the cooling fans are operational and that the heatsink is actually hot to the touch.

If the heatsink is not hot to the touch there is perhaps a problem with the temp. sensors in the inverter.

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General powericon1.png stage failure.

Most likely will need to replace the power stage or inverter.

I use Keb F5 on lift, there is no error message but lift does not move

If there is no error, the inverter is doing what it is be commanded to do.

Check your control signals to verify that they are providing the proper signals to the inverter.

KEB sells inverters to many different type of lift manufactures. The lift manufactures themselves have good tech support for their equipment.

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i have a prblem in the F5 keb combivert it's show Error
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