The axis alarms for machines with the Next Generation Control are similar to parameter groups. They are similar to parameter groups in that one alarm group number is used for all of the axes. The axis at fault is designated by the number before the period. The alarm group number is the number after the period.
You must troubleshoot all of the axis alarms as you would the same alarm on a machine with the Classic Haas Control (CHC).
The following table compares some Servo Overload alarms on a Classic Haas Control machine with the same alarm on a Next Generation Control machine. All of the other axis alarms follow the same structure.
Note: CHC Alarms 109, 110, 111, 188, 271, 674, along with other Servo Overload alarms, will not appear on a NGC machine. They are all replaced by Alarm group number 108 and are differentiated by the axis designation number that precedes the period.