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Connection manager is mode change screen. To access it you need to turn mode switch to horizontal position (CW).
There you will see list of available robots. You need to click on one to pair it with your smartPad. That is the small robot button on the left. Radio button inside it must be selected (dot must be inside radio button).
You have to do this even if there is only one robot.... your screenshot shows that you did not select it.
KUKA Robot Forum / Re: Kuka 15-2 Active commands inhibited
« Last post by panic mode on Yesterday at 11:36:22 PM »
Fanuc Robot Forum / Re: PR Problem after Rotation
« Last post by Sergei Troizky on Yesterday at 11:32:20 PM »

And what about PR[1]?
Does the first part of the program execute correctly?
KUKA Robot Forum / Re: Manipulating oscilloscope function
« Last post by panic mode on Yesterday at 11:21:01 PM »
Thesis? That suggests higher learning... What are you studying exactly?

Trace data is just a file... Did you try looking at it? (inside)

Most files are very simple. All of them can be viewed in just about any application you like...

As with any other file, first I opened it in a text editor (Notepad). That was enough to recognize what is going on. Looking at the file extensions and file sizes confirmed that my hunch was right. And in no time i had my own tool to view traces in Excel. Something like this would be sufficient to you. Later I ported it to C# to get more speed and automate few things that matter to me but that's another story.

r64 simply means REAL 64-bit. entire file is just a list of r64 (double) values.


I am not sure if I understand it. How to pair smartpad with controller? where is the connection manager screen?
KUKA Robot Forum / General dervo error and overcurrent
« Last post by JMM on Yesterday at 11:04:57 PM »
I have a KR10R1100 Kuka robot and several errors appear when trying to operate the robot.

The errors are Ackn. Error: Overcurrent (KSP) (5) (0x00000002). and Ackn. General servo error (5). I am assuming the number "5" is the axis number as these errors are listed for numbers 1-6. When these errors appear the robot jerks to a stop several inches away from the point the errors appeared.

Looking through the forum I found others having problems with motors or wires, but am unsure of this as all of the Axis give this error at the same time.

Please help!
Yaskawa Motoman Robot Forum / Re: MotoCalv
« Last post by Robodoc on Yesterday at 10:46:59 PM »
You'll have to talk to Yaskawa for that.
Fanuc Robot Forum / Re: PR Problem after Rotation
« Last post by harcurwil on Yesterday at 10:09:10 PM »
Hey Fabian,

The values of P5 are
X; -123.734
Y; 631.341
Z; 431.501
W; -90.459
P; -0.551
R; 88.442

and the values for PR[3] always change to the first offset values of 100 in the Y direction, even when I try to manually change it before hand it always changes back when it hits points 20/21 onwards:
X; 0
Y; 100
Z; 0
W; 0
P; 0
R; 0
Fanuc Robot Forum / Re: Collision detect when no collision happened
« Last post by SHIFT_Lock on Yesterday at 09:51:01 PM »
Is this a existing setup or new? Do you know what your collision guard sensitivity is set to? You can look under Menu>Setup>Coll Guard and it'll give a percentage.
Fanuc Robot Forum / Re: SRVO -050 Collision Detect Alarm Help
« Last post by SHIFT_Lock on Yesterday at 09:43:55 PM »
I'm not sure about a variable that will do this for jogging only but to adjust your collision sensitivity go to Menu>Setup>Coll Guard. I believe this can be set from 0-200 the higher the number the more sensitive it is. But tread lightly as if you lower this and the robot hits an obstruction it can do some serious damage.

*Edit* I still feel like you have a bad cable/connection or failing component on axis 6.
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