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Alarm codes 5011 and 5053

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  • 5011(0001_0101) Transmission error is occurred between the controller and laser sensor unit.
    Reset the alarm
    Turn off the power of controller and Laser sensor unit, and turn on.
    Check the connection between connector on control board and the cable from laser sensor unit.
    Replace control board board and the cable.


    5053(80) Data error is occurred in sensor process.
    Turn the power OFF then back ON.
    If the alarm occurs again, save the CMOS.BIN in maintenance mode, and then contact your Yaskawa representative

    Oh, well


  • Hello


    We are connecting laser tracking sensor. we have problem with it and when we start robot we have alarm codes 5011 and 5053 same as bellow picture.
    what is problem?


    5011:
    Meaning - Transmission error
    Cause - Transmission error is occurred between DX200 and laser sensor unit.
    Remedy - (1)Reset the alarm, and then try again.
    (2)Turn off the power of DX200 and Laser sensor unit, and turn on.
    (3)Check the connection between connector on JANCD-YCP01 CN104 and the cable from laser sensor unit.
    (4)Replace JANCD-YCP21 board and the cable.


    5053:
    Meaning - Synchronized timer error between DX200 and laser sensor unit
    Cause - Software operation error occurred
    Remedy - (1)Turn the power OFF then back ON.
    (2)If the alarm occurs again, save the CMOS.BIN in maintenance mode, and then contact your Yaskawa representative about occurrence status (operating procedure).

    David Casella

  • We solve problems. we are calibrate robot and sensor. in calibration job there are SKILLSND command. when we run calibration job it to be run and when it receive to SKILLSND command it stay in this line. what is matter?


  • We solve problems. we are calibrate robot and sensor. in calibration job there are SKILLSND command. when we run calibration job it to be run and when it receive to SKILLSND command it stay in this line. what is matter?


    I don´t know what this, SKILLSND. I don´t remenber this. Sorry. I will find about this.


    Cya

    David Casella


  • I don´t know what this, SKILLSND. I don´t remenber this. Sorry. I will find about this.


    Cya


    Please, contact the representative for the manual about this.



    1 MotoFit Function
    1.1 Overview of MotoFit Function
    1-1
    DX200 MotoFit
    1
    MotoFit Function
    1.1
    Overview of MotoFit Function
    The MotoFit function
    1)
    achieves a precision fit
    by a robot by detecting
    external forces acted on the tool coordinate home position with the 6-axis
    force sensor to correct for the manipulator position. The 6-axis force
    sensor, which can detect three tran
    slational forces and three axial
    moments, is installed at the manipulator's tip in order to detect external
    forces in the job involving "Touch".
    Normal control is a position contro
    l which retains position even when
    external forces are applied. The MotoFit function, on the other hand,
    achieves a precision fit, with a force
    control, correcting position to match
    the force acted on the tool coordina
    te home position, based on the force
    feedback.
    The MotoFit function incorporates the following four special commands
    suitable for the positioning of precisi
    on parts for a clearance from approx.
    10μm to 100μm.


    • SKILLSND "TCH: • • • " : TOUCH (TOUCH)
    • SKILLSND "FIT: • • • " : Search (FIT)
    • SKILLSND "INS: • • • " : Insertion (INSERT)
    • SKILLSND "IOF" : Finish Force Control (IMPOFF)
    Besides, in order to adapt to the hardness of various kinds of workpiece,
    such as plastic, wood, and metal, the force condition file, in which optimal
    parameters can be set according to
    the hardness of a workpiece, is
    prepared. Use the MotoFit Function Engineering Support Tool for the
    settings in the force condition file.
    (Refer to DX200 MotoFit Function
    Engineering Support Tool.)
    Besides the above command the four force sense basic commands.


    • IMPON (Macro Instruction)
    • FREF (Macro Instruction)
    • FDET (Macro Instruction)
    • IMPOFF (Macro Instruction)

  • do not change anything in the macro commands. also the calibration is done automatically with one point.
    read the manual for laser tracking and do several tests to understand it

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