Branson error codes are a common concern among our top clients at Rochester Industrial Services. Whether these clients rely on the Branson Ultrasonics 900 series, the 2000 series, or other equipment, the complaint is the same: an error message pops up when users least expect it. Call us now and you will speak to an expert who knows your equipment, not a receptionist or salesperson.

Many of those who seek our help have no idea what Branson codes are or what they mean — but they are correct in their assumption that these codes are often the first sign of underlying problems. Below, we answer common questions in an effort to clarify these confusing codes:

What Are Branson Error Codes?

Branson utilizes a variety of safeguards to ensure that every job is completed safely and effectively. If, during internal system tests, errors appear, machines will not enter the necessary READY status.

Instead, specific code values will be displayed to indicate the nature of the problem. For example, Errors 18 and 19 for the Branson 2000 series indicate power supply or power supply module overloads.

What Should You Do If You Get an Error Code?

The problems underscoring Branson error codes are notoriously complex, so it's never wise to try to resolve these issues on your own.

Yes, you can check your manual for insight, but you'll also want to seek assistance from a technician who is thoroughly familiar with these codes. The right technician will be able to promptly diagnose and take the right course of action to resolve these problems.

Our experts at Rochester Industrial Services have seen their fair share of Branson error codes over the years — and they know exactly how to respond. Get in touch today to learn how we can help.