6.2 Controller Firmware Ver.7.2.0.x or later
X5 series cannot use this function.
The recommended replacement time can be configured for the controller batteries, robot
batteries/grease, timing belts, motors, reduction gear units, and ball screw spline units.
Make sure that the date and time on the controller are set correctly.
The maintenance cannot function properly with improper date and time setting.
If the CPU board or CF is replaced, the maintenance information may be lost.
When you replaced these parts, confirm the date and time of the controller and
the maintenance information.
Setting of the maintenance vary depending on installation methods to update from the
firmware version 7.1.0.x or earlier to 7.2.0.x or later.
Initial installation : Maintenance is enabled.
For details for enabling or disabling the maintenance, refer to the EPSON RC+ 7.0 User's
Maintenance is enabled at shipment.
18.104.22.168 Robot Maintenance Information
If enabled, the maintenance information for the battery, timing belts, motors, reduction
gear units, ball screw spline unit, and grease up will be configured automatically when the
robot is configured or changed.
The following parts are subject to grease up:
SCARA (including RS series): Ball screw spline unit on the Joint # 3
When the robot is deleted from the configuration, the maintenance information will also be
For details on the robot configuration, refer to the EPSON RC+ 7.0 User's Guide 10.1
Setting the Robot Model.
Changing of the robot should be done carefully. The alarm setting will be reset
when the robot is changed.
If you are using the controller with the firmware version before 7.1.0.x, the maintenance
information is not configured. In such case, edit the information.
For details on the maintenance information editing, refer to Maintenance 6.2.3 How to
Edit the Maintenance Information.
RC700 / RC700-A Rev.23
: Maintenance inherits the previous data.
(Disables as default)
[System Configuration] Command (Setup Menu) - [Setup]-[System
Maintenance 6. Alarm