New to this board.
New insall Dec 2022
CrossfirePro with THC
Everlast 62i CNC
Afer assembly, I ran the fire test, It failed, I got Zero voltage. Here is report text
THC health check report 12/30/2022 ------
RESTING VOLTAGE TESTS
[11:12:56] average voltage = 0.00V
LIVE VOLTAGE TESTS
[11:13:14] average values: [0.00V] [0.00V] [0.00V]
I tried this test with the 1/50 Divided voltage via CNC rear port on my Everlast Plasma 62i (CNC). Then I tried it via the Raw voltage, again via the rear CNC port connector I finally tried with Raw voltage directly connected to the terminal inside the case (thus voiding my warranty!)
I can fire the torch successfully and I can cut a straight line with THC off. I completed the troubleshooting using both the 1/50 Divided voltage via CNC rear connector as well as Raw voltage directly connected to the terminal inside the case. The two had the same outcome.
Here are the results of the trouble shooting with the Raw voltage directly connected to the terminal inside the case
Testing voltage at cable free end from vim box
voltage value 1.4 volt with No voltage in FC. ==> further troubleshooting
Step C2. Verify that reference voltage to the LS-THC is correct
Result: voltage between the REF pin and the GND pin = 4.09 volts,
Step C3. Verify that the LS-THC resting voltage is correct.
Result: DC voltage between the A1 pin and the GND pin = 0.000v
C4. Verify that the LS-THC cutting voltage is correct at the THC unit
I performed a straight line cut with with the THC panel toggled off in FireControl and measure voltage
during the cut
Result: DC voltage between the A1 pin and the GND pin = 0.000 Vols/MV
Since I was getting no voltage reading here but measured a voltage out of your VIM box (4.09 volts in the previous troubleshooting steps, I checked for continuity between my VIM box and the Motion Control Board.
I traced the two THC wires that are plugged into the white Motion Control Board back to the VIM box and confirmed that there is indeed continuity.
I have the plastic spacer between my electronics box and the machine frame.
I am running fire control off a Desktop and not a laptop