Troubleshooting Haas MDC (serial) machines

Troubleshooting Haas MDC (serial) machines

Data collection for Haas MDC is performed in the DNC module. 
Haas CNC setting 143 must be enabled.

  1. Open the DNC Client
  2. Login as the admin
  3. Select the machine in question.
  4. Check the activity log for connection of license errors (if you see lacking license, make sure setting 6.11 is BLANK)
  5. Select the machine > Change Settings
  6. Ensure the Haas MDC monitoring in setting 6.01 is enabled
  7. Make a note of the Moxa IP address. If the port is closed, check if you can ping the moxa.
  8. Exit the settings and check if you can receive a program from the machine. If not, try to receive a program in TERMINAL mode. If you receive garbage data, please check the RS232 config sheet.
  9. In TERMINAL mode, type in : Q500 and press enter on your keyboard and then click the SEND button
  10. In the window above, you should data returned. If not, you have a connection or control issue.

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