Maintenance 8. Verifying Robot System Operation
8. Verifying Robot System Operation
When maintenance has been performed for either the Manipulator or the Controller,
including replacing any parts in those units, items must be checked according to the
procedures in this section to ensure proper operation.
(1) Connect all the necessary cables for the system.
■ When verifying the robot system operation, prepare for failures with initial
settings or wiring. If the Manipulator operates abnormally because of incorrect
initial settings or wiring, press the Emergency Stop switch immediately to stop
Verify the robot system operation in the restricted mode (low speeds and low
damage the robot system and/or cause serious safety problems as the
Manipulator cannot stop operating immediately in case of abnormal operation of
■ The serial number of the Manipulator that should be connected is indicated on
the Connection Check Label on the Controller. Connect the Controller and the
Manipulator may cause not only improper function of the robot system but also
serious safety problems.
(2) Check the LED status during the time from the Controller is turned ON until the
(3) Execute MOTOR ON and check the following:
(4) Execute various motion commands (such as JUMP, etc.). The Manipulator must
Verifying the robot system operation at high speeds may
Improper connection between the Controller and the
Controller boots up by referring to the list below.
From power-on to boot
All lights out
For details of the display, refer to Setup & Operation 2.1.1 LED and
For error numbers, refer to Maintenance 9.1 Error Code Table.
- No error is displayed.
- There is servo excitation and the Manipulator operates normally.
operate accordingly and normally without vibration or unusual sounds.
LED for current operation mode
TEACH, AUTO, PROGRAM)
Four digits Error
RC700 / RC700-A Rev.23