Hey guys, I'm facing a problem trying to understand the amount of oil that goes on KR 210 R2700 PRIME A6 axis. Its manual (KR QUANTEC Prime) put this information twice but with two different values, and it's not the only difference
You may understand better after seeing the document I've put here. Don't worry, it's not the whole manual, it's just the part I'm talking about.
See!? Why is the 210 model in two different groups with different amounts of oil on A6 axis!? I'm also leaving the manual here if you want to see all of it, but it's at least confusing
i see no duplication, those are tables for three different robots:
first one has different (smaller) wrist
second and third have same (bigger) wrist, it is just that one of the two is a CR robot (Clean Room model).
And why is the 210 series in both first two tables?
I am not sure what is tripping you. Three tables are for three robot types.
First robot has one wrist type. This specific wrist can be used in several robots including 150, 180 and 210 kg robots. For this wrist type, oil quantity for A6 is approx 1L.
Second and third robot type are different (one is for clean room and other is not) but they both have same wrist type. This type is larger and different from first one. This wrist can be used in robot models including 210 and 240 kg. When using this wrist type, oil quantity for A6 is approx 1.2L.
In other words, 210kg rating of the robot can be obtained in different configuration. Normally KR 210 R2700 prime needs 1.2L for A6.
Smart move is to send serial number of the specific robot to Kuka and ask for confirmation.
It looks like RO 150 is the right oil
All the different is between three robot types.
I do not understand the problem (this was the third entry for all robots of 150/210/240 type and the 2nd entry for 210/240 robot types).
I agree it is a bit confusing (for the first entry they could have said 150 (only)
Difference between 2nd and 3rd entry is the article number (different manufacturer) , the amount of oil is the same
KUKA is doing their home work to help you to to the best PM for your system.
Is there a later version of this documentation available and maybe corrected?