Krc4 restart doors and emg

  • Hello all,


    about emergency and door handling with x11.


    I'd like to be able to avoid needing to reset doors while in t1 or t2, but in automatic mode Ia'd like to press a hardware button to reset them.


    Our electrician has plugged the four cables button to the x11 as the electrical scheme depicts, but it looks like it is not needed.


    What should I do to get the behaviour I've described?


    I would like to need to press the same button after an emergency stop.


    If at the security cfg I use "by button" then I need to press the button even in t1 and t2...


    Thank you for your help.

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  • if you disable the option "by button" the robot will start move after a reboot without needing to enable it.
    this can cause the robot start moving after power failure or other behavior that it's not recommended due safety issue.
    if you still want to do it. you can make two global signal, one for the em and one for the doors, and then check if you are in t1\aut\ext and
    start and stop the robot as required.
    again, the safety button is there for a reason, consider to use safety, after all , if someone will be hurt or even worst, they will blame you.

  • zeev:

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    the safety button is there for a reason


    Yes, I know, but having to leave the cabin to go outside pressing a button when you have the deadman switch while in manual mode T1/T2 is plain stupid.


    That's why I'm asking on a way to press this restart button only in automatic modes (ATU/EXT) and not in manual modes (T1/T2).


    I don't think robot would start moving automatically as I still need to press the "I" button on my smartpad to get it activated again; but I prefer the old pushbutton outside only in AUT/EXT.


    I don't want the robot to start moving automatically under any circumstance, in manual mode I want simply to press the deadman switch and avoid the need to go outside to press anything after opening the doors.


    In automatic mode I want to press that button after closing doors or pressing the e-stop.


    Hope is clearer now.


    Thank you for posting.


  • about emergency and door handling with x11.


    those are two different circuits on X11



    ... having to leave the cabin to go outside pressing a button when you have the deadman switch while in manual mode T1/T2 is plain stupid.



    I'd like to be able to avoid needing to reset doors while in t1 or t2


    this is why door/gate circuit (aka "user safety") is ignored in T1/T2. this circuit is only evaluated in AUT and EXT.
    Unlike gate circuit, E-Stop circuit is always evaluated (in any operation mode).


    When I press E-Stop on the smartPad, I don't need to walk out of cell to press any remote buttons, just release E-Stop and acknowledge messages on the smart pad.
    When I release Deadman, I don't need to go out either. Just press it and drives are energized...



    Hope is clearer now.


    Depends who you ask. You seem to think it is all clear but I don't (I can't speak for others). I don't see any hard facts - circuit diagram or message numbers.

    1) read pinned topic: READ FIRST...

    2) if you have an issue with robot, post question in the correct forum section... do NOT contact me directly

    3) read 1 and 2

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