The encoders will be your biggest worry.
Fanuc robot encoders are also using serial interface RS422.
But it just ain't easy to crack the code. Here's a small thread on the serial encoders: http://www.cnczone.com/forums/…ial_pulse_coder_info.html
I tying to output a message to my userscreen with a register value.
But it seems like this isn't possible.
Somebody knows how to achieve this?
$TX.$BLNK_ENABLE and $TX.$BLNK_TIMER
English dictionary has to be installed. You'll have to contact your local Fanuc sub to do this.
hhhmm don't think so.
How are you going to load the correct servo parameters?
Serial encoder communication won't be the same in an ABB.
I think those 2 will be your biggest problems.
But I think it's a nice challange
Did you already check the axis configuration in controlled start?
Menu - Setup - General - Current language. You can only change it to the language dictionaries that are installed. I don't know the menu nr's so translate the setup and general with google translate to find the correct menu.
SERVO-023 SRVO Excess Stop error (Group:% d Axis:% d)
Cause: An error jumped excessive servo position when the engine stopped.
Remedy: 1 Check if the applied load exceeds the nominal value. If so,
decrease the load. (If you apply a torque overload
torque required for acceleration, deceleration, and so
on exceeds the maximum torque available from
motor. Therefore, it may be impossible to answer
an order sent correctly, resulting in the output of this
2 Check each interface voltage three-phase voltage (200
VAC) applied to the servo amplifier. If you find that the voltage is
170 VAC or less, check the supply voltage
entry. (A sub-standard voltage applied to a servo amplifier
results in a torque lower than normal. By
Therefore, it may be impossible to correctly answer a
sent order, therefore resulting in the output
3 If you find that the input power voltage must
170 VAC or greater be, replace the servo amplifier.
4 Replace the motor.
This one is the ISO flange.
Here you go
Macro's started by DI, RI or UI can't be started in T1/T2
Macro's started by userkey or shift userkey can be started in T1/T2
Motion is possible in T1/T2 only with shift userkey
Do you use profibus?
To check shielding: be sure the shielding is connected to the ground in the controller.
Same as the RCC cables.
Frozen TP can be a result of badly shielded Profibus. Be sure the profibus is grounded properly.
Also check if your memory ist'n full. Menu - Status - Memory
Have seen a full memory causing this problem.
No its just a way to check if the software and the settings are correct.
I think what chipprogr means is Controlled start, Menu - Maintenance - Manual
Is the payload set? It is possible you get the disturbance because of default payload (MAX).
When you are over the max payload settings, you'll get MOTN-171 Overload.
It is possible if you have the Stop type set option. This is an additional software function that needs to be loaded, in order to be able to set the stop pattern to C type. This gives you a controlled stop when E-stop and external E-stop are used in AUTO. Please do remind that the stopping distance is longer.
All those E-stops are very bad for the robot reducers. Talk to the operators, and let them performe a controlled stop of the installation. Don't use E-stop, unless its an emergency.
You can paste logic and position between 2 programs, not pos-id. You can copy the complete program and rename it in the select menu