Regarding JS30, it depends on the error code on what could be causing the problem, sounds like brake is worn.
Hmmm...… some nice progression, we can see software version at last.
The error 1420 is because the small card fitted to 1GE (1GM board) is not correct type for Robot Arm being used, change 1GM card to resolve this.
On an Arc Welding system, you can only have one active TCP setting anyway for QTOOL ON which is in Aux 0304.
But if you do use Auto Arc Tool registration Aux 0410, then the value in Aux 0304 needs to be set to null values.
When complete, the calculated values are then stored in Aux 0304.
Which means if you are using BLOCK with QTOOL ON, then that would be TCP value used.
I do not know why KRG have said that regarding QTOOL, but I do know people at KRG whom I respect (and they will know more than me) so I would always trust what they say as being accurate.
I have never used tool adjust yet, but in order to use this you need to know/find out what values need to be applied and in what orientation.
I can only see a use for this, if you are using camera/sensor to feedback data for you.
If you have interference, then how do you know which values (XYZOAT) require to be adjusted otherwise.
I cannot comment on Kempii tool itself, as I don't know what it is, I do know Fronious for example, have a very good release mechanism for torch interference.
Your main problem is 'Why is Torch Interference occurring', this should not be part of any application.
- You need to resolve this, reduce the frequency, eliminate it completely.
- Does the kempii torch not come supplied with quick release mechanism, if not it needs it.
- You can always introduce collision detection function to help reduce impact force.
Yes, that's an option.
If I was in your position I would have emptied gasoline over it and held a Kawasaki Robotic Sacrificial Party......
9ZA and 1GE are key to getting this going.....
The 9ZA is basically the computer part of it all.
The 4 EEPROMS are required as they hold the AS firmware and programs etc.
They also need the 3 batteries installed on them.
9ZA are all the same, except for the EEPROMS and jumpers/dipswitches.
This information is all in the troubleshooting documentation - The link I provided you for these.
The fact you have one robot system with all these boards could well suggest a previously failed attempt at fixing it......and it you may be in possession of faulty items too.
So, by trying to plug and play with them, you may just get it working......but without knowing if ANY are functional or not, I think you need 'lady luck' to be on your side.
9ZA boards in order to function require 4 removable EEPROMS.
These are the 4 chips with labels on them, the label also tells you WHICH location they should be inserted into.
You can swap these around your other 9ZA boards (just making sure the dipswitches are all the same) and try them all out (Just make sure you don't damage them).
Do you have any 9ZA boards?
After the load, when you power off, you are turning off dipswitch 6 aren't you?
I'm confused now...…...
Have you tried loading anything in with that one?
So the original one, what do you see when that's installed?
Do you know where your other 1GE boards have come from?
Yes, but you will always receive mismatch error 1420.
Are you saying that is the fault that is displayed now?
Can you type in ID now and see servo software version installed?
No the 1GM is just a current limiting board.
Power it off, change the 1GM board to the one that was installed originally.
The current detector type is saying the 1GM board is incorrect, so you need to use the other one.
Those are the 1GM boards yes, but I cannot remember which no. is relative for JS010.
They do need to be the correct ones, but shouldn't prevent software from loading in.
Have you got another 1GE you could try then?
I don't think so...….but I'm going from memory going back >15 years.....
You do have the dipswitches set in the procedure correct?
Its as though either it can't read the data off the floppy, or cannot write it to the 1GE
Yes, if you have another 1GE then yes.
Just make sure you set dipswitches and swap over 1GM board too (small card mounted to 1GE),
Your OAT values for your locations do not make sense...………
They only operate between -180 and 180 degrees.
This is why I show concern over spin function and how your robot was setup initially...…….I fear you are going to have many problems.