Sinumerik Alarm 17191 Channel %1 block %2 T= %3 not existing, program %4
%1 = Channel number
%2 = Block number, label
%3 = T number or T identifier %4 = Program name
A tool identifier which the NCK does not recognize was programmed.
– Alarm display.
– Interface signals are set.
– Correction block is reorganized.
If the program pointer is at an NC block which contains the specified T identifier: If the program is incorrect, remedy the error with a correction block and continue the program. If the data block is missing, create one. You can do this by downloading a data block with all the defined D numbers onto the NCK (via MMC with overstore) and continue the program. If the program pointer is at an NC block which does not contain the specified T identifier: The error occurred at an earlier point in the program where the T command appeared, but the alarm was not output until the change command was detected.
If the program is incorrect – T5 programmed instead of T55 – the current block can be corrected with a correction block; i.e. if only M06 is entered, you can correct the block with T55 M06. The incorrect T5 line remains in the program until it is terminated by a RESET or end of program. In complex program structures with indirect programming, it may not be possible to correct the program. In this case, you can only intervene locally with an overstore block – with T55 in the example. If the data block is missing, create one. You can do this by downloading the data block of the tool with all the defined D numbers onto the NCK (via MMC with overstore), program the T command with overstore, and continue the program.
Clear alarm with NC START or RESET key and continue the program.
- Siemens Diagnostics Guide by Siemens