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Question: when trying to enable in mach4 why do i get this error "unable to ARM drive (code=355)"?
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champlinelec
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« on: March 08, 2017, 12:59:19 PM »

 Huh
I'm are getting an Error code when trying to enable in mach4  "unable to ARM drive (code=355)"
 what can cause this error to come up? the hicon card brings in the error light as well.  bringing up a bridgeport CNC (1980's model). i will list specs below

3 axis bridgeport series 1 CNC ( 56v sigma stepper motors )
Hicon intergra 7766
Gecko drivers G203V
24V/5V Power Supply (P5-RD-35B) 
mach4hobby with 3 axis profile (Mill3Axis-Integra with wx4_VSI.set)
running lasted Mach4 plugin ( Mach4_Integra_010217 )
spindle runs as standalone currently
windows 10

i have been using these PDF's as our guide :
Integra User Manual
Mach4 Integration Manual
VSI Device Manager Manual

i have mapped all limit switches for X,Y,Z
mapped Z home switch (X,Y do not have limit switches yet)
enable motors in mach4 for 0=X,1=Y ,2=Z
setup config in Hicon plugin
setup Mach4 config

chime in if anyone can help with this
thanks
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« Reply #1 on: March 08, 2017, 02:13:20 PM »

could This be caused by my step and dir wires. for example i only have one step wire and one dir wire.
for motor 0 im landed on +sp0 for step  and +DR0 for dir
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« Reply #2 on: March 08, 2017, 04:31:06 PM »

Hello,

Looks like we were able to resolve the issue over the phone by providing the necessary system activation. The unit accidentally lost the "Arm Enable" activation during a firmware program with an older incompatible firmware version.

We'll look into that more, but firmware 3.46 is the good firmware version for your unit.


-Marc Lim
Vital System Inc.
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