Looking for help, just need these option disks, hopefully someone can have these for me
Hmm, So i should ask from ABB ? is it even possible to get it from there ?
Those are the latest boards. You should be able to load either BW2.1 or BW3.0. The DSQC335 should already have the newer EPROMs needed for either BaseWare.
Do you have the boot disks for 3.0 to me ?
EPROMS ARE 3HAC 6383-D63
3HAC 6282-1 D62
Using a text editor, look at the disc.id file on one of the software boot disks. It will give the software type in the that says 'label text'.
Updating depends on the hardware you have and having the proper software
Yep, it came from Advanced function disc. Now i got it .
But still. I have DSQC 335 Robot computer
DSQC325 Main CPU
DSQC 323 memory board
What is your experience Skooter, is it possible to install here 2.1 or even 3.0 ?
I get this error
Can anyone help me with RoboDk. I want to call programs regarding Input 1 and input 2. I cannot find the if else commands in robodk.
Could someone send me an example :
Call program 1
Call program 2
Hmm From where i can look up baseware version ?
Is it possible to update it to 2.1/3.0 if it is 2.0 ?
I can find SearchL function from the manual, but i am unable to find it from teachpendant.....
From where to search ? Or I have to load these functions from some kind of floppy ?
Robot works All seems good. Now I am trying to setup the Inputs/Outputs.
Is there some kind of a manual how to setup DSQC223 I/O board? Also a manual that describes the I/O system would be perfect .
Thank you again Skooter.
If the "play´s" are not adjustable, then should i decrease the acceleration/braking values to avoid " collision" error? I assume that the error comes from the play, when i use a bit higher speeds.
Can the gearbox plays be adjusted somehow ? Is there certain manual for it ?
Axis nr 1 play is the largest at the moment
Thank you all !
I recived my new resolver, replaced it and alligned (didn´t removed the motor from robot).
And it seems to work now. All axes are moving and no errors at the moment. Tomorrow will try to make my first robot code.
About the allignement. It took about 4-6hours for me. If anyone wants to know how i did it, then i can explain a bit more
Simply to say, i copyed the sine and cosine graphs form axis 2 . (It isn´t so easy as it sounds, you have to be 100% sure in some other factors.)
A good motor repair shop familiar with ABB motors will be able to correctly set the commutation for you. The motor has to be locked to a specific position while setting the resolver to 0 deg. There is a little more to it than just be able to read the resolver.
Thank you skooter for the information.
It is hard to find a man from estonia who can do it. Thats why im looking for soultions how to do it myself...
- Manual says that never remove/replace it.
Also, in post #44, Skooter said just the same.
Yep i know.
But somehow it is installed correctly from factory.
Question is just how to set it up correctly.
If the signals are good going back into the SMB, then it's a good chance it is the SMB. I've successfully used this method with an o-scope many times in the past.
Checked with o-scope and yes, axis 3 resolver is bad........
How hard is the change ? Manual says that never remove/replace it.
The error is on all the time.
Checked the connections again and all were good.
Seems like i need new smb ? Or should i check it with occilioscope before buying ?
Yesterday my "used" robot computer arrived.
Replaced it and yay. The drive unit errors were gone. I was able to move the robot.
But sadly not too long about 10 minutes.
After that i got this error:
X resolver Error
Failure in X resolver signal on channel 3 signal is less than noise value
Does the channel always means axis ? In this case axis nr 3.
Well if i changed the motor cables i changed all resolver cables also.
Also made a quick test to them yesterday. Disconnected the cables from the SMB and measured from x to 0V x, y to 0v y, exc to 0vEXC.
All axes were great.......
Broken base cable chain is typical for this mechanical unit.
Typical with this trouble are defect cables.
I'm agree with scooter, that's not easy to found this kind of errors.
You can visually check the chain, if you remove the cover on axis 1.It helps, when you turn also axis 1 with the brake release Button.
Also a good idea measuring cables on this unit, when turning axis 1.
Maybe, the error occured, when you turn axis one in another position?
Other ideas for fault tracing:
All 6 drive units have a fault at the moment.
What happens, when we unpluged some motor cables? (with bridge on PTC)
Maybe, we found a combination, that only one have a fault ?
Startup fault from axis 4 comes also with disconnected motor cable?
Hmm thats a good point, but if i disconnect the cable lets say on axis 4 and try to arm , then the fault should come only to axis nr 4 ? (Ofcourse if the axis 4 cable is faulty )
Can i disconnect all motor cables and start one by one ? I mean:
1.connect axis 1, try to arm , if no axis 1 drive unit fault ,then connect axis 2 , if no drive unit error on axis 2 then move on with other ones....
It's always difficult to say, what your multi-measuring-device do, when you try to measure the AC- component from a DC-voltage.
Normaly, the AC-part should be not so high. It's normally only about +- 2Volts.
Contacts from the Backplane are also ok?
Bridge C16 -C12 (PowerOK from external driveunit) on XT3 is also installed?
Possible exchange Rectifier or Robot Computer Board?
About the rectifier. I desoldered the diodes and rectifier to control them on the ground. They are ok . Also the transistor on rectifier board.
Controlled contacts from Backplane and they were ok .
Bridge on C16-C12 also ok .
On next week should arrive me a used (ausbruch like germans say) Robot computer, then i can test with that.