KR C2 edition05
KUKA Robot Group
Controller
KR C2 edition05
Operating Instructions
Issued: 11.07.2007 Version: 3.3
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KR C2 edition05
© Copyright 2007
KUKA Roboter GmbH
Zugspitzstraße 140
D-86165 Augsburg
Germany
This documentation or excerpts therefrom may not be reproduced or disclosed to third parties without
the express permission of the KUKA ROBOT GROUP.
Other functions not described in this documentation may be operable in the controller. The user has no
claims to these functions, however, in the case of a replacement or service work.
We have checked the content of this documentation for conformity with the hardware and software described. Nevertheless, discrepancies cannot be precluded, for which reason we are not able to guarantee total conformity. The information in this documentation is checked on a regular basis, however, and
necessary corrections will be incorporated in the subsequent edition.
Subject to technical alterations without an effect on the function.
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Contents
Contents
1
Introduction ......................................................................................................
9
1.1
Target group ...................................................................................................................
9
1.2
Robot system documentation .........................................................................................
9
1.3
Representation of warnings and notes ...........................................................................
9
1.4
Terms used .....................................................................................................................
9
2
Product description .........................................................................................
11
2.1
Overview of the robot system .........................................................................................
11
2.2
Overview of the robot controller ......................................................................................
11
2.3
Description of the control PC ..........................................................................................
12
2.3.1
PC interfaces .............................................................................................................
13
2.3.2
PC slot assignment ....................................................................................................
14
2.3.3
Motherboard ..............................................................................................................
15
2.3.4
Hard drive ..................................................................................................................
16
2.3.5
CD-ROM drive (optional) ...........................................................................................
16
2.3.6
Floppy disk drive (optional) ........................................................................................
16
2.3.7
Multi-function card (MFC3) ........................................................................................
16
2.3.8
Digital servo-electronics (DSE-IBS-C33) ...................................................................
18
2.3.9
KUKA VGA card (KVGA) ...........................................................................................
18
2.3.10
Batteries ....................................................................................................................
19
2.4
Description of the KUKA Control Panel (KCP) ...............................................................
19
2.4.1
Front view ..................................................................................................................
20
2.4.2
Rear view ...................................................................................................................
21
2.5
KCP coupler (optional) ....................................................................................................
21
2.6
Electronic Safety Circuit (ESC) safety logic ....................................................................
23
2.6.1
ESC nodes ................................................................................................................
24
2.6.2
Overview of CI3 boards .............................................................................................
25
2.6.3
CI3 Standard board ...................................................................................................
26
2.6.4
CI3 Extended board ...................................................................................................
28
2.6.5
CI3 Bus board ............................................................................................................
29
2.6.6
CI3 Tech board ..........................................................................................................
31
Description of the power unit ..........................................................................................
32
2.7
2.7.1
Power supply unit KPS 600 .......................................................................................
33
2.7.2
Fuses .........................................................................................................................
35
2.7.3
Low-voltage power supply KPS-27 ............................................................................
36
2.7.4
KUKA Servo Drive (KSD) ..........................................................................................
36
2.7.5
Mains filter .................................................................................................................
38
2.8
Cabinet cooling ...............................................................................................................
38
2.9
Description of interfaces .................................................................................................
39
2.9.1
Power supply connection X1/XS1 ..............................................................................
40
2.9.2
KCP connector X19 ...................................................................................................
42
2.9.3
Motor connector X20, axes 1 to 6 ..............................................................................
43
2.9.4
Motor connector X7 (optional) ...................................................................................
44
2.9.5
Data cable X21, axes 1 to 8 .......................................................................................
45
2.10 Description of the mounting plate for customer components (optional) ..........................
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Technical data ..................................................................................................
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3.1
Basic data .......................................................................................................................
47
3.2
KCP coupler (optional) ....................................................................................................
48
3.3
Dimensions of robot controller ........................................................................................
49
3.4
Minimum clearances, robot controller .............................................................................
49
3.5
Minimum clearances, top-mounted / technology cabinet ................................................
50
3.6
Swing range for cabinet door ..........................................................................................
50
3.7
Plates and labels ............................................................................................................
50
4
Safety ................................................................................................................
53
4.1
System planning .............................................................................................................
53
4.1.1
EC declaration of conformity and declaration of incorporation ..................................
53
4.1.2
Installation site ...........................................................................................................
53
4.1.3
External safeguards ...................................................................................................
53
4.1.4
Workspace, safety zone and danger zone ................................................................
54
4.2
Description ......................................................................................................................
55
4.2.1
Category of the safety-oriented circuits .....................................................................
55
4.2.2
Stop reactions ............................................................................................................
55
4.2.3
Labeling on the robot system .....................................................................................
56
4.2.4
Safety information ......................................................................................................
56
Safety features ................................................................................................................
57
4.3.1
Overview of the safety features .................................................................................
57
4.3.2
ESC safety logic ........................................................................................................
57
4.3.3
Operator safety input .................................................................................................
57
4.3.4
EMERGENCY STOP button ......................................................................................
58
4.3.5
Enabling switches ......................................................................................................
58
4.3.6
Jog mode ...................................................................................................................
59
4.3.7
Mechanical end stops ................................................................................................
59
4.3.8
Mechanical axis range limitation (option) ...................................................................
59
4.3.9
Axis range monitoring (option) ...................................................................................
60
4.3.10
Software limit switches ..............................................................................................
60
4.3.11
Release device (option) .............................................................................................
60
4.3.12
KUKA.SafeRobot (option) ..........................................................................................
61
4.4
Personnel ........................................................................................................................
61
4.5
Safety measures .............................................................................................................
62
4.3
4.5.1
General safety measures ...........................................................................................
62
4.5.2
Transportation ............................................................................................................
63
4.5.3
Start-up ......................................................................................................................
63
4.5.4
Programming .............................................................................................................
64
4.5.5
Automatic mode .........................................................................................................
64
5
Planning ............................................................................................................
65
5.1
Overview of planning ......................................................................................................
65
5.2
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) ..............................................................................
65
5.3
Installation conditions .....................................................................................................
66
5.4
Connection conditions ....................................................................................................
67
5.5
Power supply connection ................................................................................................
68
Power supply connection via X1 Harting connector ..................................................
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5.5.2
Power supply connection via CEE connector XS1 ....................................................
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5.6
EMERGENCY STOP circuit and safeguard ...................................................................
70
5.7
Interface X11 ..................................................................................................................
71
5.8
PE equipotential bonding ................................................................................................
74
5.9
Planning the KCP coupler option ....................................................................................
75
6
Transportation ..................................................................................................
77
6.1
Transportation using lifting tackle ...................................................................................
77
6.2
Transportation by pallet truck .........................................................................................
78
6.3
Transportation by fork lift truck .......................................................................................
78
7
Start-up .............................................................................................................
79
7.1
Start-up overview ............................................................................................................
79
7.2
Installing the robot controller ...........................................................................................
80
7.3
Connecting the connecting cables ..................................................................................
80
7.4
Connecting the KCP .......................................................................................................
81
7.5
Connecting the PE equipotential bonding .......................................................................
81
7.6
Connecting the robot controller to the power supply ......................................................
81
7.7
Reversing the battery discharge protection measures ...................................................
82
7.8
Connecting the EMERGENCY STOP circuit and safeguard ..........................................
82
7.9
Configuring and connecting connector X11 ....................................................................
82
7.10 Switching on the robot controller ....................................................................................
82
7.11 Checking the direction of rotation of the external fan .....................................................
83
8
Operation ..........................................................................................................
85
8.1
Display and operator control elements of the KCP coupler (optional) ............................
85
8.1.1
Uncoupling the KCP ..................................................................................................
85
8.1.2
Coupling the KCP ......................................................................................................
85
8.2
Booting the robot controller from a USB stick .................................................................
86
9
Maintenance .....................................................................................................
87
9.1
Maintenance table ..........................................................................................................
87
9.2
Cleaning the robot controller ...........................................................................................
88
10
Repair ................................................................................................................
89
10.1 Service jumper plug X11 .................................................................................................
89
10.2 Exchanging the internal fan ............................................................................................
90
10.3 Exchanging the external fan ...........................................................................................
91
10.4 Exchanging the pressure relief plug ...............................................................................
91
10.5 Exchanging the PC .........................................................................................................
92
10.6 Exchanging the PC fans .................................................................................................
93
10.7 Exchanging the motherboard battery ..............................................................................
94
10.8 Exchanging the motherboard ..........................................................................................
94
10.9 Exchanging DIMM memory modules ..............................................................................
94
10.10 Exchanging the batteries ................................................................................................
95
10.11 Removal and installation of the CD-ROM drive (optional) ..............................................
96
10.12 Removal and installation of the floppy disk drive (optional) ............................................
97
10.13 Exchanging the hard drive ..............................................................................................
98
10.14 Exchanging the KVGA card ............................................................................................
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10.14.1 KVGA card settings ...................................................................................................
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10.15 Exchanging the MFC3 card ............................................................................................
99
10.16 Exchanging the DSE-IBS-C33 card ................................................................................
99
10.17 Exchanging the KPS600 .................................................................................................
100
10.18 Exchanging the KPS-27 ..................................................................................................
100
10.19 Exchanging the KSD .......................................................................................................
101
10.20 Removal and installation of the KCP coupler .................................................................
102
10.21 Installing the KUKA System Software (KSS) .................................................................
102
11
Troubleshooting ...............................................................................................
103
11.1 Repair and procurement of spare parts ..........................................................................
103
11.2 PC fault profiles ..............................................................................................................
103
11.3 MFC3 error messages ....................................................................................................
105
11.4 KCP error messages ......................................................................................................
105
11.5 Field bus communication error messages ......................................................................
106
11.6 Fuses and LED indicators on the CI3 board ...................................................................
106
11.6.1
106
CI3 Standard board ...................................................................................................
11.6.2
CI3 Extended board ...................................................................................................
108
11.6.3
CI3 Bus board ............................................................................................................
109
11.6.4
CI3 Tech board ..........................................................................................................
110
11.7 KPS 600 fuses, messages and error displays ................................................................
112
11.8 KPS-27 error messages .................................................................................................
115
11.9 Error messages on the KSD ...........................................................................................
115
11.10 KCP coupler LED display (optional) ...............................................................................
117
11.11 KCP coupler troubleshooting ..........................................................................................
119
11.12 DSE-RDW diagnosis ......................................................................................................
120
11.12.1 Description of the user interface ................................................................................
120
11.12.2 Setting the language ..................................................................................................
121
11.12.3 MFC3 register display ................................................................................................
121
11.12.4 DSE IBS information ..................................................................................................
122
11.12.5 RDC table ..................................................................................................................
123
11.12.6 RDC offset and symmetry adjustment .......................................................................
124
11.12.7 Check RDC-DSE communication ..............................................................................
125
11.12.8 Drive bus diagnostics .................................................................................................
127
11.12.9 Drive bus error list ......................................................................................................
128
11.12.10 Drive bus - KPS .........................................................................................................
128
11.12.11 Drive bus - KSD-16 ....................................................................................................
130
11.12.12 KPS600 error messages ............................................................................................
131
11.12.13 KSD error messages .................................................................................................
132
11.13 ESC diagnosis ................................................................................................................
132
11.13.1 User interface ............................................................................................................
132
11.13.2 Log file .......................................................................................................................
133
11.13.3 ESC circuit reset ........................................................................................................
133
11.13.4 Terminating ESC diagnosis .......................................................................................
133
11.13.5 State display of the ESC nodes .................................................................................
134
11.13.6 Error display of the ESC nodes .................................................................................
135
11.13.7 Displaying all status bits ............................................................................................
136
11.13.8 Configuring controllers ...............................................................................................
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11.13.9 Configuring the controller properties ..........................................................................
138
11.13.10 Configuring ESC nodes .............................................................................................
139
11.13.11 Selecting the display for signals ................................................................................
140
11.13.12 Selecting the properties of the ESC node ..................................................................
141
11.13.13 Assigning ESC nodes to a controller .........................................................................
142
11.13.14 Error messages and troubleshooting .........................................................................
142
12
Appendix ...........................................................................................................
145
13
KUKA Service ...................................................................................................
147
13.1 Requesting support .........................................................................................................
147
13.2 KUKA Customer Support ................................................................................................
147
Index ..................................................................................................................
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1. Introduction
1
Introduction
1.1
Target group
This documentation is aimed at users with the following knowledge and skills:
„
Advanced knowledge of electrical and electronic systems
„
Advanced knowledge of the robot controller
„
Advanced knowledge of the Windows operating system
For optimal use of our products, we recommend that our customers take part
in a course of training at KUKA College. Information about the training program can be found at www.kuka.com or can be obtained directly from our
subsidiaries.
1.2
Robot system documentation
The robot system documentation consists of the following parts:
„
Operating instructions for the robot
„
Operating instructions for the robot controller
„
Operating and programming instructions for the KUKA System Software
„
Documentation relating to options and accessories
Each of these sets of instructions is a separate document.
1.3
Representation of warnings and notes
Warnings marked with this pictogram are relevant to safety and must be observed.
Safety
Danger!
This warning means that death, severe physical injury or substantial material
damage will occur, if no precautions are taken.
Warning!
This warning means that death, severe physical injury or substantial material
damage may occur, if no precautions are taken.
Caution!
This warning means that minor physical injuries or minor material damage
may occur, if no precautions are taken.
Notes marked with this pictogram contain tips to make your work easier or references to further information.
Notes
Tips to make your work easier or references to further information.
1.4
Terms used
Term
Description
DSE
EMC
Digital Servo Electronics
Electromagnetic compatibility
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Term
Description
KCP
KRL
KSS
MFC3
RDC
RoboTeam
Teach pendant (KUKA Control Panel)
KUKA Robot Language
KUKA System Software
Multi-function card
Resolver Digital Converter
A number of robots whose continuous path
motions are synchronized, or both synchronized
and geometrically coordinated
Software and hardware components to replace
conventional axis range monitoring systems
Universal Serial Bus. Bus system for connecting
additional devices to a computer.
Real-time operating system
SafeRobot
USB
VxWorks
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2. Product description
2
Product description
2.1
Overview of the robot system
A robot system consists of the following components:
„
Robot
„
Robot controller
„
KCP teach pendant
„
Connecting cables
„
Software
„
Options, accessories
Fig. 2-1: Example of a robot system
1
2
2.2
Robot
Connecting cables
3
4
Robot controller
Teach pendant (KCP)
Overview of the robot controller
The robot controller is used for controlling the following systems:
„
KUKA robots
„
KMC
„
External kinematic system
The robot controller consists of the following components:
„
Control PC
„
Power unit
„
KCP teach pendant
„
Safety logic ESC
„
Connection panel
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Fig. 2-2: Overview of the robot controller
2.3
Power unit
Control PC
4
5
3
Safety logic (ESC)
6
Connection panel
Mounting plate for customer
components
KCP
Description of the control PC
Functions
Overview
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1
2
With its fitted components, the PC performs all the functions of the robot controller.
„
Windows user interface with visual display and input
„
Program creation, correction, archiving, and maintenance
„
Sequence control
„
Path planning
„
Control of the drive circuit
„
Monitoring
„
Parts of the ESC safety circuit
„
Communication with external periphery (other controllers, host computers,
PCs, network)
The control PC includes the following components:
„
Motherboard with interfaces
„
Processor and main memory
„
Hard drive
„
Floppy disk drive (optional)
„
CD-ROM drive (optional)
„
MFC3
„
KVGA
„
DSE-IBS-C33
„
Batteries
„
Optional modules, e.g. field bus cards
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2. Product description
Fig. 2-3: Overview of the control PC
1
2
3
2.3.1
PC
PC interfaces
PC fan
4
5
Drives (optional)
Batteries
PC interfaces
Overview
Fig. 2-4: Control PC interfaces
Item
1
2
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Interface
PCI slots 1 to 6
(>>> 2.3.2 "PC slot assignment" page 14)
AGP PRO slot
Item
Interface
11
X961 power supply DC
24 V
12
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Item
Interface
Item
3
USB (2x)
13
4
5
6
X804 Ethernet
COM 1 serial interface
LPT1 parallel interface
14
15
16
7
8
COM 2 serial interface
USB (2x)
17
18
9
Keyboard connection
19
10
Mouse connection
20
Interface
ST5 serial real-time interface COM 3
ST6 ESC/KCP etc.
ST3 drive bus to KPS600
ST4 serial RDC interface
X21
X805 KCP display (KVGA)
X821 external monitor
(KVGA)
Slot 4 remains unassigned.
If a second DSE-IBS-C33
AUX card is plugged into
the MFC3, this overlaps slot
4.
X2 DC inputs and outputs.
SSB interface to the CI3
board.
To activate the USB connections, the following BIOS settings must be made.
1. During the boot procedure, press F2 to switch to the BIOS.
2. In the Advanced menu, select the menu item Advanced System Configuration.
3. Activate all menu items except USB Legacy Support.
2.3.2
PC slot assignment
Overview
Fig. 2-5: PCI slots
The PC slots can be fitted with the following plug-in cards:
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Slot
Plug-in card
1
„
Interbus card (FOC) (optional)
„
Interbus card (copper) (optional)
„
LPDN scanner card (optional)
„
Profibus master/slave card (optional)
„
LPCN ControlNet card (optional)
CN_EthernetIP card (optional)
LPDN scanner card (optional)
KVGA card
DSE-IBS-C33 AUX card (optional)
MFC3 card
„ Network card (optional)
„
2
3
4
5
6
„
„
LPDN scanner card (optional)
„
Profibus master/slave card (optional)
„
LIBO-2PCI card (optional)
KUKA modem card (optional)
free
„
7
2.3.3
Motherboard
Configuration
The following components are located on the motherboard:
„
Processor
„
Main memory (RAM)
„
Interfaces to all PC components
„
On-board network card
„
BIOS
Fig. 2-6: Motherboard
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Connections
Item
Element
Item
1
External connections
13
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Fan 1
RAM slot A
RAM slot B
Power ON II LED
Floppy disk drive
Power supply monitoring
Control panel
IDE drive 3/4
Power supply
IDE drive 1/2
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
12
Jumpers
24
Element
External temperature sensor
LCD control panel
Fan 2
Fan 3
FireWire (IEEE 1394)
Housing monitoring
USB G/H
Serial AT A1
Serial AT A2
USB E/F
Additional +3 V power supply
Additional +12 V power
supply
The KUKA Robot Group has assembled, tested and supplied the motherboard with an optimum configuration. No liability will be accepted for modifications to the configuration that have not been carried out by the KUKA
Robot Group.
2.3.4
Hard drive
Description
The hard drive is partitioned into 2 "logical" drives. The 1st partition is addressed as C: and the 2nd as D:. The data cable is connected to the motherboard via connector IDE 1/2. The jumper must be connected in the "Master"
position.
The following systems are available on the hard drive:
2.3.5
„
Tech packages (optional)
The CD-ROM drive is a device for reading CDs.
The floppy disk drive is used for archiving data.
Multi-function card (MFC3)
Description
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Windows XP
Floppy disk drive (optional)
Description
2.3.7
KSS KUKA System Software
„
CD-ROM drive (optional)
Description
2.3.6
„
2 different MFC3 cards are used in the robot controller according to the specific customer requirements:
„
MFC3 Standard
„
MFC3 Tech
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2. Product description
Fig. 2-7: MFC3 card
Connections
Item
Connector
Description
X2
X801
X3
X6
X8101
Interface to the CI3 board
CAN bus connection
PC fan monitoring
ESC, KCP-CAN, COM, user I/O
DSE connection
Item
LEDs
Description
2
LED 2
3
LED 1
DeviceNet CAN bus (two-color data bit
indication)
DeviceNet CAN bus (two-color data bit
indication)
1
4
5
6
7
LEDs
MFC3 Standard
The MFC3 Standard card contains the system I/Os and has the following functions:
„
RTAcc chip for VxWinRT (real-time function)
„
DeviceNet connection
„
„
Customer-specific interface.
„
The Multi-Power Tap option is recommended.
„
As master circuit only.
Interface with the DSE
The MFC3 Standard card can accommodate a maximum of 2 DSE-IBSC33 modules.
„
Interface to the CI3 safety logic
„
Fan monitoring
Further information about the DeviceNet interface can be found in the corresponding KUKA documentation.
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MFC3 Tech
The MFC3 Tech card contains the system I/Os and has the following functions:
„
All functions of the MFC3 Standard card
„
Interface for the CR option (RoboTeam)
The MFC3 Tech card can only be used together with a CI3 Tech card.
2.3.8
Digital servo-electronics (DSE-IBS-C33)
Description
The DSE-IBS-C33 is plugged into the MFC3 and controls the servo modules.
Error and situation information read from the servo modules are also processed.
If 2 RDCs are used in the robot system (in the case of more than 8 axes), each
RDC must be fitted with a DSE-IBS-C33 board.
Overview
Connections
Item
Connector
Description
X4
X810
Connection to the drive servos
Connection to the MFC3
Item
LED
Description
3
LED
Flashes when the connection to the
MFC3 is established.
1
2
LED
2.3.9
KUKA VGA card (KVGA)
Description
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The KCP is connected to the KVGA card. The resolution and the number of
colors (16 or 256) are set automatically during installation. There are 2 KCP
connections on the KVGA card. A normal VGA monitor can also be connected
in parallel.
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2. Product description
Fig. 2-8: KVGA card
Connections
Item
Connector
1
2
2.3.10
External monitor connection
KCP connection
Batteries
Description
The robot controller is provided with an uninterruptible 24 V power supply by
the batteries. The batteries ensure a controlled shutdown of the robot controller in the event of a power failure. They are backed up by the KPS600.
Fig. 2-9: Batteries
2.4
Function
Description of the KUKA Control Panel (KCP)
The KCP (KUKA Control Panel) is the teach pendant for the robot system. The
KCP has all the functions required for operating and programming the robot
system.
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2.4.1
Front view
Overview
Fig. 2-10: Front view of KCP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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Mode selector switch
Drives ON
Drives OFF / SSB GUI
EMERGENCY STOP button
Space Mouse
Right-hand status keys
Enter key
Arrow keys
Keypad
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
Numeric keypad
Softkeys
Start backwards key
Start key
STOP key
Window selection key
ESC key
Left-hand status keys
Menu keys
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2.4.2
Rear view
Overview
Fig. 2-11: Rear view of KCP
1
2
3
Description
Rating plate
Start key
Enabling switch
Element
Rating plate
Start key
Enabling
switch
4
5
Enabling switch
Enabling switch
Description
KCP rating plate
The Start key is used to start a program.
The enabling switch has 3 positions:
„
Not pressed
„
Center position
„
Panic position
The enabling switch must be held in the center position in operating modes T1 and T2 in order to be able
to jog the robot.
In the operating modes Automatic and Automatic External, the enabling switch has no function.
2.5
KCP coupler (optional)
Description
The KCP coupler allows the KCP to be connected and disconnected with the
robot controller running.
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Overview
Fig. 2-12: KCP coupler LEDs and request button
1
2
Fault LED (red), KCP coupler
Request button with request LED (green)
Fig. 2-13: KCP coupler card
Connections
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Connect
or
Description
X7
X5
X20
X2
X21
X3
X4
Request button LED connection
ESC to the KCP
SafeRobot to the KCP
CI3 connection
CAN bus to the KCP
Debug connector B
Debug connector A
The LEDs on the KCP coupler card indicate the operating status.
(>>> 11.10 "KCP coupler LED display (optional)" page 117)
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2.6
Electronic Safety Circuit (ESC) safety logic
Overview
The ESC (Electronic Safety Circuit) safety logic is a dual-channel computeraided safety system. It permanently monitors all connected safety-relevant
components. In the event of a fault or interruption in the safety circuit, the power supply to the drives is shut off, thus bringing the robot system to a standstill.
The ESC system consists of the following components:
„
CI3 board
„
KCP (master)
„
KPS600
„
MFC (passive node)
The ESC system with its node periphery replaces all the interfaces of a conventional safety system.
The ESC safety logic monitors the following inputs:
„
Local EMERGENCY STOP
„
External EMERGENCY STOP
„
Operator safety
„
Enabling
„
Drives OFF
„
Drives ON
„
Operating modes
„
Qualifying inputs
Fig. 2-14: Structure of the ESC circuit
1
2
3
4
Node in the KCP
KPS600
CI3 board
KCP coupler (optional)
KCP
5
6
7
MFC3
DSE
PC
The node in the KCP is the master and is initialized from here.
The node receives dual-channel signals from:
„
EMERGENCY STOP pushbutton
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Enabling switches
The node receives single-channel signals from:
„
Drives ON
„
AUTO mode, TEST mode
If no KCP coupler is used, the ESC circuit will only function with the KCP connected. If the KCP is unplugged during operation without a KCP coupler, the
drives are immediately switched off.
Node in the KPS
In the KPS there is an ESC node which switches off the drives contactor in the
case of a fault.
Node on the MFC3
On the MFC3 board is a passive ESC node which monitors the information on
the ESC circuit and then passes it on to the controller.
2.6.1
ESC nodes
Configuration
Each node consists of two ESC chips (A and B), which monitor each other.
Fig. 2-15: ESC nodes
Signal
name
TA
NA
ENA
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Meaning
Description
Test output
Local E-STOP
Pulsed voltage for the interface inputs.
Input for local E-STOP (dual-channel). If the
signal is interrupted, the drives contactor
drops out immediately.
Input for external E-STOP (dual-channel). If
the signal is interrupted, the drives contactor
drops out after a delay.
External ESTOP
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Signal
name
ZS1
ZS2
BA
Meaning
Description
Enabling
switches on the
KCP
Enabling
switches, panic
position
Operating mode
(A=Automatic,
T=Test)
Input for external enabling switch (dual-channel, 1-step). If the signal is interrupted in Test
mode, the drives contactor drops out immediately.
AE
Drives ON output
AF
Drives enable
QE
Qualifying input
E2
BS
Special keyswitch (customerspecific)
Operator safety
AA
Drives ON
LNA
Local E-STOP
AAUTO/
ATEST
BA
Operating mode
Inputs for external mode selector switch (single-channel). If the Automatic and Test
modes are activated simultaneously, the
drives contactor drops out immediately.
Output for the drives contactor (dual-channel). The contactor is activated/deactivated
by setting the voltage to 24 V/0 V.
Input for external drives enable (single-channel). If the signal is interrupted, the drives
contactor drops out immediately.
This signal is used for external axes or loading stations. If the signal is interrupted in Test
mode, the drives contactor drops out immediately.
-
Input for a safety gate safety switch (singlechannel). If the signal is interrupted, the
drives contactor drops out after a delay;
optionally also immediately.
Input for Drives ON (single-channel). The
edge of the signal is evaluated. It is only possible to activate the drives contactor with a
positive edge at this input.
Output for local E-STOP (dual-channel). The
output is set if a local E-STOP has been triggered. With the relay variant, the contacts are
opened in the event of a local E-STOP.
Output (single-channel). The corresponding
output is set depending on the operating
mode. With the relay variant, the contact is
closed if the corresponding operating mode
has been selected.
Arrows pointing towards the ESC chip represent the input signals, while
those pointing away from the ESC chip represent the outputs. The signal
TA(A), TA(B) is the pulsed voltage that must be supplied to every input.
2.6.2
Overview of CI3 boards
Description
The CI3 board links the individual nodes of the ESC system with the customer
interface being used.
Various different boards are used in the robot controller according to the specific customer requirements:
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Board
CI3 Standard
(>>> 2.6.3 "CI3 Standard
board" page 26)
CI3 Extended
(>>> 2.6.4 "CI3 Extended board" page 28)
Own node
No
Description
Indicates the following states:
„
Yes
Local E-STOP
Indicates the following states:
„
Operating modes
„
Local E-STOP
Drives ON
Connecting board between the
ESC circuit and the SafetyBUS
p from PILZ
This board is required for the
following components:
„
CI3 Bus (>>> 2.6.5 "CI3
Bus board" page 29)
No
CI3 Tech (>>> 2.6.6 "CI3
Tech board" page 31)
Yes
„
KUKA.RoboTeam
„
KUKA.SafeRobot
„
SafetyBUS Gateway
„
Output to the top-mounted
cabinet (external axes)
„
Power supply to a 2nd RDC
via X19A
Indicates the following states:
2.6.3
Operating modes
„
Local E-STOP
„
Drives ON
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Description
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„
This board is used as standard in the robot controller and has no node of its
own. It connects the nodes that are present in the ESC circuit and distributes
the signals to the individual interfaces. The "Local E-STOP" state is indicated
via a relay. The ESC circuit can be reset using the reset button.
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Fig. 2-16: CI3 Standard board connections and relays
Connections
Relays
Item
Designation
Description
1
X18
2
3
4
X2
X3
X19
5
X4
6
7
X7
X6
8
9
10
11
14
X5
X21
X22
X1
X8
15
16
17
X16
X12
X31
Interface to MFC3 (CR safety signals)
(optional)
KPS connection
MFC connection
Interface to the RoboTeam lamp (optional).
RDC power supply
Connection of external mode selector
switches (optional)
CAN connection, I/O board
Internal/external power supply and ESC circuit
KCP connection
KCP power supply and KCP CAN
Peripheral interface for inputs and outputs
Internal 24 V power supply
Connection of external controllers, E-STOP
button on control cabinet
Internal interface
Peripheral interface, outputs > 500 mA
Connection: robot controller, internal fan
Designation
Description
K4
K3
Message: Local E-STOP
Message: Local E-STOP
Item
12
13
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Item
18
2.6.4
Designation
Description
KY1
ESC Reset button
CI3 Extended board
Description
This board has its own node and is used to indicate the following states of the
ESC circuit:
„
Operating modes
„
Drives ON
„
Local E-STOP
The ESC circuit can be reset using the reset button.
Fig. 2-17: CI3 Extended board connections and relays
Connections
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Item
Designation
Description
1
X18
2
3
4
X2
X3
X19
5
X4
6
7
X7
X6
8
X5
Interface to MFC3 (CR safety signals)
(optional)
KPS connection
MFC connection
Interface to the RoboTeam lamp (optional).
RDC power supply
Connection of external mode selector
switches (optional)
CAN connection, I/O board
Internal/external power supply and ESC circuit
KCP connection
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Item
Relays
Designation
Description
9
10
11
18
19
X21
X22
X1
X31
X8
20
21
X16
X12
KCP power supply and KCP CAN
Peripheral interface for inputs and outputs
Internal 24 V power supply
Connection: robot controller, internal fan
Connection of external controllers, E-STOP
button on control cabinet
Internal interface
Peripheral interface, outputs > 500 mA
Designation
Description
K4
K3
K8
K7
K1
K2
Message: Local E-STOP
Message: Local E-STOP
Message: Auto-Test
Message: Auto-Test
Message: Drives ON
Message: Drives ON
Designation
Description
KY1
ESC Reset button
Item
12
13
14
15
16
17
Reset
Item
22
2.6.5
CI3 Bus board
Description
The SafetyBUS p Gateway board is plugged onto the CI3 bus board and connects the ESC circuit with the SafetyBUS p manufactured by PILZ. The CI3
bus board does not have its own node.
The ESC circuit can be reset using the reset button.
Further information is contained in the "ESC Safety System with SafetyBUS
p Gateway" documentation.
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Fig. 2-18: CI3 Bus board connections
Connections
Reset
Item
Designation
Description
1
X18
2
3
4
X2
X3
X19
5
X4
6
7
X7
X6
8
9
10
11
12
X5
X21
X22
X1
X8
13
14
15
16
X16
X12
X31
X13
Interface to MFC3 (CR safety signals)
(optional)
KPS connection
MFC connection
Interface to the RoboTeam lamp (optional).
RDC power supply
Connection of external mode selector
switches (optional)
CAN connection, I/O board
Internal/external power supply and ESC circuit
KCP connection
KCP power supply and KCP CAN
Peripheral interface for inputs and outputs
Internal 24 V power supply
Connection of external controllers, E-STOP
button on control cabinet
Internal interface
Peripheral interface, outputs > 500 mA
Connection: robot controller, internal fan
SafetyBUS Gateway interface (optional)
Designation
Description
KY1
ESC Reset button
Item
17
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2.6.6
CI3 Tech board
Description
The CI3 Tech board has its own node and is needed for the following components:
„
KUKA.RoboTeam (Shared Pendant)
„
KUKA.SafeRobot
„
SafetyBUS Gateway
„
Output to the top-mounted cabinet (external axes)
„
Power supply to a 2nd RDC via X19A
The following states of the ESC circuit are indicated:
„
Operating modes
„
Drives ON
„
Local E-STOP
The ESC circuit can be reset using the reset button (26).
The CI3 Tech board can only be used together with the MFC3 Tech card.
Fig. 2-19: CI3 Tech board connections and relays
Connections
Item
Designation
Description
1
X18
2
3
4
X2
X3
X19
Interface to MFC3 (CR safety signals)
(optional)
KPS connection
MFC connection
Interface to the RoboTeam lamp (optional).
RDC power supply
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Relays
Designation
Description
5
X4
6
7
X7
X6
8
9
10
X5
X21
X20
11
12
13
14
15
22
23
24
X24
X25
X22
X23
X1
X10
X28
X27
25
26
28
29
30
X29
X13
X19A
X11
X26
31
32
33
X12
X16
X8
34
X31
Connection of external mode selector
switches (optional)
CAN connection, I/O board
Internal/external power supply and ESC circuit
KCP connection
KCP power supply and KCP CAN
Interface to selector switch in Shared Pendant (optional)
CR OUT interface
CR IN interface
Peripheral interface for inputs and outputs
Safe RDC interface (optional)
Internal 24 V power supply
QE signals
Multi-power tap (OUT1) (optional)
Multi-power tap (DeviceNet on MFC)
(optional)
Multi-power tap (OUT2) (optional)
SafetyBUS Gateway interface (optional)
2nd RDC
RoboTeam/E7
KUKA Guiding Device (KGD) interface
(optional)
Peripheral interface, outputs > 500 mA
Internal interface
Connection of external controllers, E-STOP
button on control cabinet
Connection: robot controller, internal fan
Designation
Description
K4
K3
K8
K7
K1
K2
Message: Local E-STOP
Message: Local E-STOP
Message: Auto-Test
Message: Auto-Test
Message: Drives ON
Message: Drives ON
Designation
Description
KY1
ESC Reset button
Item
16
17
18
19
20
21
Reset
Item
27
2.7
Description of the power unit
Overview
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The power unit includes the following components:
„
Power supply units
„
Servo drive modules (KSD)
„
Fuse elements
„
Fans
„
Main switch
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Mains filter
„
Fig. 2-20: Power unit
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
2.7.1
Low-voltage power supply KPS-27
Fuse elements (24 V without battery back-up)
Mains filter
Main switch (EU version)
Fan for inner cooling circuit
Power supply unit KPS600
KSDs for 2 external axes (option)
KSDs for 6 robot axes
Fuse elements (24 V with battery back-up)
Power supply unit KPS 600
Description
Via the drive bus, commands are received from the robot controller and status
messages are sent to the robot controller. Communication is monitored by
means of a watchdog circuit. In the event of a failure, short-circuit braking is
activated.
The KPS 600 contains:
„
Mains contactor
„
Power unit with starting circuit
„
Ballast circuit, including short-circuit braking relays
„
Brake switches (in common for all 6 robot axes and separate for 2 external
axes)
„
Interface to DSE-IBS and servo drive modules
„
Battery charging circuit, disconnection of the backup voltage, voltage distribution 24 V
„
Interbus monitoring
„
Fan cutoff (output), fan monitoring (input)
„
Interface with the safety logic
„
Temperature monitoring of:
„
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24 V supply
Intermediate circuit
„
Ballast resistor
„
Control cabinet interior
The following components are connected to the integrated 24 V power supply:
„
Motor brakes
„
Customer interface
„
Control PC
„
KSD
The KPS 600 supplies the energy to the intermediate circuit and includes:
„
Rectifier circuit
„
Charging circuit
„
Ballast circuit
„
Discharging circuit
„
Main contactor K1
Fig. 2-21: Connections on the KPS 600
Connections
Item
1
2
3
4
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Connector
Description
X7
X8
X9
X16
24 V battery, KSD and controller
Ballast resistor
Energy recovery unit
Energy recovery unit
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Item
Connector
Description
5
X-K1a
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
X2
X6
X123
X110
X114
X121
X122
X14
X12
X17
X10/B
X10/A
Interface to the power board for the K1 auxiliary
contacts (internal)
Control connections K1
24 V from low-voltage power supply
User interface
Fan/resistor monitoring
Additional inputs to the control board
Interbus input
Interbus output
ESC
Motor holding brake
Intermediate circuit of the external axes
Intermediate circuit of the robot axes, both connections A/B parallel
Fuses
On the KPS 600 there are 5 fuses to protect the DC 24 V and the batteries.
(>>> 11.7 "KPS 600 fuses, messages and error displays" page 112)
LEDs
On the KPS 600 there are 6 LEDs which indicate the state of the safety logic
and the brake control. (>>> 11.7 "KPS 600 fuses, messages and error displays" page 112)
2.7.2
Fuses
Overview
The fuses protect the components of the robot controller.
Fig. 2-22: Arrangement of the fuses
1
2
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F11-F14 Blowout fuses
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4
F19 Miniature circuit-breaker
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Values
Item
1
2
3
4
Fuse
F1
F2
F3
F11
F12
F13
F14
F19
F15
F16
FG3
2.7.3
Value in A
20
7
0. 63
2
20
2
15
2
7.5
4
10
Circuit
KPS600 power supply
KPS-27 power supply
External fan power supply
24 V DC voltage from KPS-27
24 V DC voltage from KPS-27
Lighting 24 V DC (optional)
CI3 power supply
Brakes for axes 1 to 6
PC supply
24 V DC supply for:
„
KCP
„
CI3
„ RDC
Battery backup
Low-voltage power supply KPS-27
Description
The KPS-27 is a 24 V power supply which provides power to the following
components:
„
Motor brake
„
Periphery
„
Control PC
„
Servo drive module
„
Batteries
Fig. 2-23: KPS-27 low-voltage power supply
1
2
24 V DC output
KUKA Servo Drive (KSD)
Configuration
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3
One red and one green LED indicate the operating state of the KPS-27.
(>>> 11.8 "KPS-27 error messages" page 115)
LED
2.7.4
Power supply connection
LED
The KSD incorporates:
„
Power output stage
„
Current controller
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„
Interbus interface for the drive bus
„
Monitoring of the motor current and short-circuit protection
„
Heat sink temperature monitoring
„
Communication monitoring
Fig. 2-24: Servo drive module
Sizes
2 sizes are used:
„
Size 1 (BG 1) KSD-08/16/32
„
Size 2 (BG 2) KSD-48/64
The designations 08 to 64 give the max. current in amps.
Connections
Fig. 2-25: Connections for servo drive modules, size 1 and size 2
1
2
X1 Connection
X13 Interbus IN
3
X14 Interbus OUT
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5
X2 Motor connection
X3 Additional motor connection
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The LEDs on the servo drive modules indicate the operating status and any
faults that may be present. (>>> 11.9 "Error messages on the KSD"
page 115)
LED
2.7.5
Mains filter
Description
The task of the mains filter (suppressor filter) consists of:
„
allowing 50 Hz / 60 Hz signals to pass through unimpeded
„
suppressing conducted interference voltages
In the robot controller, the conducted interference voltages mainly emerge
from the KPS600 and would spread throughout the entire power mains without
mains filters.
2.8
Cabinet cooling
Description
The control cabinet is divided into two cooling circuits. The inner zone, containing the control electronics, is cooled by a heat exchanger. In the outer
zone, the ballast resistor and the heat sinks of the servo modules and the KPS
are cooled directly by ambient air.
Caution!
Upstream installation of filter mats causes an excessive rise in temperature
and hence a reduction in the service life of the installed devices!
Configuration
Fig. 2-26: Outer cooling circuit
1
2
3
4
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Air duct
Heat sink of the KSD
Heat sink of the KPS
Ballast resistors
5
6
7
Outer heat exchanger
Mains filter
Outer fan cooling circuit
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Fig. 2-27: Inner cooling circuit
1
2
3
Optional cooling
2.9
Heat sink of the KSD
Fan for inner cooling circuit
Air duct
4
5
Inner heat exchanger
Heat sink of the KPS
The robot controller can optionally be equipped with an additional cooling unit.
Description of interfaces
Overview
The connection panel of the control cabinet consists as standard of connections for the following cables:
„
Power cable / infeed
„
Motor cables to the robot
„
Control cables to the robot
„
KCP connection
The configuration of the connection panel varies according to the customerspecific version and the options required.
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Connection panel
Fig. 2-28: KR C2 ed05 connection panel
1
9
Optional
2
3
4
X1/XS1 power supply connection
X20 motor connection
X7 motor connection
Optional
10
11
12
5
Optional
13
6
Optional
14
7
X11 customer interface
15
8
Optional
16
X19 KCP connection
X21 RDC connection
PE1 ground conductor to the
robot
PE2 main infeed ground conductor
X30 motor connection on the
robot base
X30.2 motor connection on the
robot base
X31 RDC connection on the
robot base
The motor connection X7 is used for:
„
Heavy-duty robots
„
Robots with high payloads
All contactor, relay and valve coils that are connected to the robot controller
by the user must be equipped with suitable suppressor diodes. RC elements
and VCR resistors are not suitable.
2.9.1
Power supply connection X1/XS1
Description
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The robot controller can be connected to the mains via the following connections:
„
X1 Harting connector on the connection panel
„
XS1 CEE connector; the cable is led out of the robot controller (optional)
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Caution!
If the robot controller is connected to a power system without a grounded
neutral, this may cause malfunctions in the robot controller and material damage to the power supply units. The robot controller may only be operated with
grounded-neutral power supply systems.
Overview
Fig. 2-29: Power supply connection
* The N-conductor is only necessary for the service socket option with a 400 V
power supply.
The robot controller must only be connected to a power system with a clockwise rotating field. Only then is the correct direction of rotation of the fan motors ensured.
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KCP connector X19
Connector pin
allocation
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2.9.3
Motor connector X20, axes 1 to 6
Connector pin
allocation
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Motor connector X7 (optional)
Connector pin
allocation
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2.9.5
Data cable X21, axes 1 to 8
Connector pin
allocation
2.10
Description of the mounting plate for customer components (optional)
Overview
The mounting plate for customer components is a mounting plate on the inside
of the door which can be fitted as an option for integrating external customer
equipment.
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Fig. 2-30: Mounting plate for customer components
1
2
Drives (optional)
Mounting plate for customer components
The drives project into the installation area of the mounting plate.
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Designation
Values
Weight of installed components
Power dissipation of installed components
Depth of installed components
Width of mounting plate
Height of mounting plate
max. 5 kg
max. 20 W
180 mm
400 mm
340 mm
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Technical data
3.1
Basic data
Basic data
Power supply
connection
Control cabinet type
Number of axes
Weight
Protection classification
Sound level according to DIN
45635-1
Installation with other cabinets
(with/without cooling unit)
Load on cabinet roof with even distribution
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max. 8
approx. 185 kg
IP 54
average: 67 dB (A)
Standard rated supply voltage acc.
to DIN/IEC 38
Permissible tolerance of rated voltage
Mains frequency
Rated power input
AC 3x400 V...AC 3x415 V
49...61 Hz
7.3 kVA, see rating plate
Standard
Rated power input
13.5 kVA, see rating plate
Side-by-side, clearance 50 mm
1000 N
400 V -10%...415 V +10%
„
„
Heavy-duty robot
„
Palletizer
Press-to-press robot
Mains-side fusing
„
RCCB trip current difference
Equipotential bonding
min. 3x25 A slow-blowing, max.
3x32 A slow-blowing, see rating
plate
300 mA per robot controller, universal-current sensitive
The common neutral point for the
equipotential bonding conductors
and all protective ground conductors is the reference bus of the
power unit.
Brake control
Output voltage
Output current, brake
Monitoring
25-26 V DC
max. 6 A
Open circuit and short circuit
Environmental
conditions
Ambient temperature during operation without cooling unit
Ambient temperature during operation with cooling unit
Ambient temperature during storage/transportation with batteries
Ambient temperature during storage/transportation without batteries
Temperature change
+5 °C to 45 °C
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-25 °C to +30 °C
-25 °C to +70 °C
max. 1.1 K/min
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Humidity class acc. to EN 60204/
4.4.4
Altitude class according to DIN
40040
Vibration resistance
F
N
During
transportation
Type of loading
r.m.s. acceleration (sustained oscillation)
Frequency range (sustained
oscillation)
Acceleration (shock in X/Y/Z
direction)
Waveform/duration (shock
in X/Y/Z direction)
During continuous
operation
0.37 g
0.1 g
4 - 120 Hz
4 - 120 Hz
10 g
2.5 g
Half-sine/11 ms
Half-sine/11 ms
If more severe mechanical stress is expected, the control cabinet must be fitted with anti-vibration mounts.
Control unit
Supply voltage
26.8 V DC
Control PC
Main processor
DIMM memory modules
Hard disk, floppy disk drive, CDROM drive
See shipping version
at least 256 MB
See shipping version
KUKA Control Panel
Supply voltage
Dimensions (WxHxD)
26.8 V DC
approx. 33x26x8 cm3
640x480 pixels
8"
1.4 kg
10 m
VGA display resolution
VGA display size
Weight
Cable length
Cable lengths
The designations and standard and optional lengths may be noted from the
following table.
Cable
Motor cable
Data cable
Power cable with XS1
(optional)
Cable
KCP cable
Standard length in m
Optional length in m
7
7
2.9
15 / 25 / 35 / 50
15 / 25 /35 / 50
-
Standard length in m
10
Extension in m
10 / 20 / 30/ 40
When using KCP cable extensions only one may be employed at a time, and
a total cable length of 60 m must not be exceeded.
3.2
KCP coupler (optional)
Basic data
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Power supply
24 V DC
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Digital inputs
Dimensions
3.3
24 V DC pulsed, resistive load only
147 mm x 73 mm
Dimensions of robot controller
Fig. 3-1: Dimensions (in mm)
1
2
3.4
Cooling unit (optional)
Front view
3
4
Side view
Top view
Minimum clearances, robot controller
Fig. 3-2: Minimum clearances (dimensions in mm)
1
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3.5
Minimum clearances, top-mounted / technology cabinet
Fig. 3-3: Minimum clearances with top-mounted / technology cabinet
1
2
3.6
Top-mounted cabinet
Technology cabinet
Swing range for cabinet door
Swing range, standalone cabinet:
„
Door with computer frame approx. 180°
Swing range, butt-mounted cabinets:
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3.7
Plates and labels
Overview
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Door approx. 155°
The following plates and labels are attached to the control cabinet.
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Fig. 3-4: Plates and labels
The plates may vary slightly from the examples illustrated depending on the
specific cabinet type or as a result of updates.
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Designations
Plate no.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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Designation
Hot surface warning sign
Hand injury warning sign
Discharging time warning
KR C2 ed05 rating plate
Reference to operating instructions
PC rating plate
Start-up warnings on the door
„
Grounded neutral
„
Check for tight fit of screws and terminals
„
White cables
„ Supply voltage warning
Fuse ratings
Power plug warning
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4
Safety
4.1
System planning
4.1.1
EC declaration of conformity and declaration of incorporation
EC declaration of
conformity
The system integrator must issue a declaration of conformity for the overall
system in accordance with Directive 98/37/EC (Machinery Directive). The declaration of conformity forms the basis for the CE mark for the system. The robot system must be operated in accordance with the applicable national laws,
regulations and standards.
The robot controller has a CE mark in accordance with Directive 89/336/EEC
(EMC Directive) and Directive 73/23/EEC (Low Voltage Directive).
Declaration of incorporation
4.1.2
A declaration of incorporation is provided for the robot system. This declaration of incorporation contains the stipulation that the robot system must not be
commissioned until it complies with the provisions of 98/37/EC (Machinery Directive).
Installation site
When planning the system, it must be ensured that the installation site (floor,
wall, ceiling) has the required grade of concrete and load-bearing capacity.
The principal loads acting on the mounting base are indicated in the specifications.
Robot
Further information is contained in the robot operating instructions.
Robot controller
It is imperative to comply with the minimum clearances of the robot controller
from walls, cabinets and other system components.
Further information is contained in the robot controller operating instructions.
4.1.3
External safeguards
EMERGENCY STOP
Additional Emergency Stop devices can be connected via interface X11 or
linked together by means of higher-level controllers (e.g. PLC).
The input/output signals and any necessary external power supplies must ensure a safe state in the case of an Emergency Stop.
Further information is contained in the robot controller operating instructions.
Safety fences
Requirements on safety fences are:
„
Safety fences must withstand all forces that are likely to occur in the
course of operation, whether from inside or outside the enclosure.
„
Safety fences must not, themselves, constitute a hazard.
„
It is imperative to comply with the minimum clearances from the danger
zone.
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Further information is contained in the corresponding standards and regulations.
Safety gates
Requirements on safety gates are:
„
The number of safety gates in the fencing must be kept to a minimum.
„
All safety gates must be safeguarded by means of an operator safety system (interface X11).
„
Automatic mode must be prevented until all safety gates are closed.
„
In Automatic mode, the safety gate can be mechanically locked by means
of a safety system.
„
If the safety gate is opened in Automatic mode, it must trigger an Emergency Stop function.
„
If the safety gate is closed, the robot cannot be started immediately in Automatic mode. The message on the control panel must be acknowledged.
Further information is contained in the corresponding standards and regulations.
Other safety
equipment
4.1.4
Other safety equipment must be integrated into the system in accordance with
the corresponding standards and regulations.
Workspace, safety zone and danger zone
Workspaces are to be restricted to the necessary minimum size. A workspace
must be safeguarded using appropriate safeguards.
The danger zone consists of the workspace and the braking distances of the
robot. It must be safeguarded by means of protective barriers to prevent danger to persons or the risk of material damage.
Fig. 4-1: Example of axis range A1
1
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Workspace
4
Safety zone
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3
Robot
Braking distance
5
4.2
Description
4.2.1
Category of the safety-oriented circuits
Braking distance
The following circuits correspond to Category 3 in accordance with EN 954-1:
4.2.2
„
EMERGENCY STOP systems
„
Enabling switches
„
Operator safety
„
Operating modes
„
Qualifying inputs
Stop reactions
Stop reactions of the robot system are triggered in response to operator actions or as a reaction to monitoring functions and error messages. The following table shows the different stop reactions according to the operating mode
that has been set.
STOP 0, STOP 1 and STOP 2 are the stop definitions according to EN 60204.
Trigger
T1, T2
AUT, AUT EXT
EMERGENCY STOP
pressed
Path-oriented braking
(STOP 0)
Start key released
Ramp-down braking
(STOP 2)
Path-oriented braking
(STOP 0)
-
Path-maintaining braking
(STOP 1)
-
Enabling switch
released
Safety gate opened
"Drives OFF" key
pressed
Change operating
mode
Encoder error
(DSE-RDC connection broken)
Motion enable canceled
STOP key pressed
Robot controller
switched off
-
Path-maintaining braking
(STOP 1)
Path-oriented braking
(STOP 0)
Path-oriented braking
(STOP 0)
Short-circuit braking
(STOP 0)
Ramp-down braking
(STOP 2)
Ramp-down braking
(STOP 2)
Short-circuit braking
(STOP 0)
Power failure
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4.2.3
Stop reaction
Drives
Brakes
Software
Ramp-down
braking
(STOP 2)
Path-maintaining braking
(STOP 1)
Drives remain
on.
Brakes
remain open.
Brakes are
applied after
1 s at latest.
Path-oriented
braking
(STOP 0)
Drives are
switched off
after 1 second
hardware
delay.
Drives are
switched off
immediately.
Normal ramp which is
used for acceleration
and deceleration.
In this time the controller brakes the robot on
the path using a steeper stop ramp.
Brakes are
applied immediately.
Short-circuit
braking
(STOP 0)
Drives are
switched off
immediately.
Brakes are
applied immediately.
The controller attempts
to brake the robot on
the path with the remaining energy. If the
voltage is not sufficient, the robot leaves
the programmed path.
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Labeling on the robot system
All plates, labels, symbols and marks constitute safety-relevant parts of the robot system. They must not be modified or removed.
Labeling on the robot system consists of:
4.2.4
„
Rating plates
„
Warning labels
„
Safety symbols
„
Designation labels
„
Cable markings
„
Identification plates
Safety information
Safety information cannot be held against the KUKA Robot Group. Even if all
safety instructions are followed, this is not a guarantee that the robot system
will not cause personal injuries or material damage.
No modifications may be carried out to the robot system without the authorization of the KUKA Robot Group. Additional components (tools, software,
etc.), not supplied by KUKA Robot Group, may be integrated into the robot
system. The user is liable for any damage these components may cause to the
robot system.
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4.3
Safety features
4.3.1
Overview of the safety features
The following table indicates the operating modes in which the safety features
are active.
Safety features
T1
T2
AUT
AUT EXT
-
-
active
active
Emergency Stop button
(STOP 0)
active
active
-
-
Emergency Stop button
(STOP 1)
-
-
active
active
Enabling switch
active
active
-
-
Reduced velocity
active
-
-
-
Jog mode
active
active
-
-
Software limit switches
active
active
active
active
Operator safety
Danger!
In the absence of functional safety equipment, the robot can cause personal
injury or material damage. No safety equipment may be dismantled or deactivated while the robot is in operation.
4.3.2
ESC safety logic
The ESC (Electronic Safety Circuit) safety logic is a dual-channel computeraided safety system. It permanently monitors all connected safety-relevant
components. In the event of a fault or interruption in the safety circuit, the power supply to the drives is shut off, thus bringing the robot system to a standstill.
The ESC safety logic monitors the following inputs:
„
Local EMERGENCY STOP
„
External EMERGENCY STOP
„
Operator safety
„
Enabling
„
Drives OFF
„
Drives ON
„
Operating modes
„
Qualifying inputs
Further information is contained in the robot controller operating instructions.
4.3.3
Operator safety input
The operator safety input is used for interlocking fixed guards. Safety equipment, such as safety gates, can be connected to the dual-channel input. If
nothing is connected to this input, operation in Automatic mode is not possible.
Operator safety is not active for test modes T1 and T2.
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In the event of a loss of signal during Automatic operation (e.g. safety gate is
opened), the drives are deactivated after 1 s and the robot stops with a STOP
1. Once the signal is active at the input again (e.g. safety gate closed and signal acknowledged), Automatic operation can be resumed.
Operator safety can be connected via interface X11.
Further information is contained in the robot controller operating instructions.
4.3.4
EMERGENCY STOP button
The EMERGENCY STOP button for the robot system is located on the KCP.
If the EMERGENCY STOP button is pressed, the drives are deactivated immediately in operating modes T1 and T2 and the robot stops with a STOP 0.
In the Automatic operating modes, the drives are deactivated after 1 s and the
robot stops with a STOP 1. The EMERGENCY STOP button must be pressed
as soon as persons or equipment are endangered. Before operation can be
resumed, the EMERGENCY STOP button must be turned to release it and the
error message must be acknowledged.
Fig. 4-2: EMERGENCY STOP button on the KCP
1
4.3.5
EMERGENCY STOP button
Enabling switches
There are 3 enabling switches installed on the KCP. These 3-position enabling
switches can be used to switch on the drives in modes T1 and T2.
In the test modes, the robot can only be moved if one of the enabling switches
is held in the central position. If the enabling switch is released or pressed fully
down (panic position), the drives are deactivated immediately and the robot
stops with a STOP 0.
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Fig. 4-3: Enabling switches on the KCP
1-3
4.3.6
Enabling switches
Jog mode
In modes T1 and T2, the robot can only be moved in jog mode. For this, an
enabling switch and the Start key must be kept held down. If the enabling
switch is released or pressed fully down (panic position), the drives are deactivated immediately and the robot stops with a STOP 0. Releasing the Start
key causes the robot to be stopped with a STOP 2.
4.3.7
Mechanical end stops
The axis ranges of main axes A 1 to A 3 and wrist axis A 5 are limited by means
of mechanical limit stops with a buffer.
Danger!
If the robot hits an obstruction or a buffer on the mechanical end stop or axis
range limitation, this can result in material damage to the robot. The KUKA
Robot Group must be consulted before the robot is put back into operation
(>>> 13 "KUKA Service" page 147). The affected buffer must immediately be
replaced with a new one. If a robot collides with a buffer at more than 250
mm/s, the robot must be exchanged or recommissioning must be carried out
by the KUKA Robot Group.
4.3.8
Mechanical axis range limitation (option)
Most robots can be fitted with mechanical axis range limitation in main axes
A1 to A3. The adjustable axis range limitation systems restrict the working
range to the required minimum. This increases personal safety and protection
of the system.
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This option can be retrofitted.
Further information is contained in the working range limitation operating instructions.
4.3.9
Axis range monitoring (option)
Most robots can be fitted with dual-channel axis range monitoring systems in
main axes A1 to A3. The safety zone for an axis can be adjusted and monitored using an axis range monitoring system. This increases personal safety
and protection of the system.
This option can be retrofitted.
Further information is contained in the working range monitoring operating instructions.
4.3.10
Software limit switches
The axis ranges of all robot axes are limited by means of adjustable software
limit switches. These software limit switches only serve as machine protection
and must be adjusted in such a way that the robot cannot hit the mechanical
limit stops.
Further information is contained in the operating and programming instructions.
4.3.11
Release device (option)
Description
The release device can be used to move the robot mechanically after an accident or malfunction. The release device can be used for the main axis drive
motors and, depending on the robot variant, also for the wrist axis drive motors. It is only for use in exceptional circumstances and emergencies (e.g. for
freeing people). After use of the release device, the affected motors must be
exchanged.
Caution!
The motors reach temperatures during operation which can cause burns to
the skin. Appropriate safety precautions must be taken.
Procedure
1. Switch off the robot controller and secure it (e.g. with a padlock) to prevent
unauthorized persons from switching it on again.
2. Remove the protective cap from the motor
3. Push the release device onto the corresponding motor and move the axis
in the desired direction.
The directions are indicated with arrows on the motors. It is necessary to
overcome the resistance of the mechanical motor brake and any other
loads acting on the axis.
4. Exchange the motor.
5. Remaster all robot axes.
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4.3.12
KUKA.SafeRobot (option)
KUKA.SafeRobot is an option with software and hardware components.
This option may only be retrofitted after consultation with the KUKA Robot
Group.
Properties
Functional principle
„
Connection to an external safety logic
„
Monitoring that can be activated using safe inputs
„
Freely definable axis-specific monitoring
„
Safe monitoring of axis-specific and Cartesian velocities and accelerations
„
Safe standstill monitoring
„
Safe stop via Electronic Safety Circuit (ESC) with safe disconnection of the
drives
„
Monitoring of the mastering
„
Brake test
The robot moves within the limits that have been configured and activated.
The actual position is continuously calculated and monitored against the safety parameters that have been set.
The SafeRDC monitors the robot system by means of the safety parameters
that have been set. If the robot violates a monitoring limit or a safety parameter, it is stopped.
The safe inputs and outputs of the SafeRDC are of a redundant design and
LOW active.
Further information is contained in the KUKA System Technology KUKA.SafeRobot documentation.
4.4
Personnel
User
The user of a robot system is responsible for its use. The user must ensure
that it can be operated in complete safety and define all safety measures for
personnel.
System integrator
The robot system is safely integrated into a plant by the system integrator.
The system integrator is responsible for the following tasks:
Operator
„
Installing the robot system
„
Connecting the robot system
„
Implementing the required facilities
„
Issuing the declaration of conformity
„
Attaching the CE mark
The operator must meet the following preconditions:
„
The operator must have read and understood the robot system documentation, including the safety chapter.
„
The operator must be trained for the work to be carried out.
„
Work on the robot system must only be carried out by qualified personnel.
These are people who, due to their specialist training, knowledge and experience, and their familiarization with the relevant standards, are able to
assess the work to be carried out and detect any potential dangers.
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Example
The tasks can be distributed as shown in the following table.
Tasks
Operator
Programmer
Maintenance
technician
Switch robot
controller on/off
x
x
x
Start program
x
x
x
Select program
x
x
x
Select operating
mode
x
x
x
Calibration
(tool, base)
x
x
Master the robot
x
x
Configuration
x
x
Programming
x
x
Start-up
x
Maintenance
x
Repair
x
Shut-down
x
Transportation
x
Work on the electrical and mechanical equipment of the robot system may
only be carried out by specially trained personnel.
4.5
Safety measures
4.5.1
General safety measures
The robot system may only be used in perfect technical condition in accordance with its designated use and only by safety-conscious persons. Operator
errors can result in personal injury and damage to property.
It is important to be prepared for possible movements of the robot even after
the robot controller has been switched off and locked. Incorrect installation
(e.g. overload) or mechanical defects (e.g. brake defect) can cause the robot
to sag. If work is to be carried out on a switched-off robot, the robot must first
be moved into a position in which it is unable to move on its own, whether the
payload is mounted or not. If this is not possible, the robot must be secured by
appropriate means.
KCP
The KCP must be removed from the system if it is not connected, as the
EMERGENCY STOP button is not functional in such a case.
If there are several KCPs in a system, it must be ensured that they are not
mixed up.
No mouse or keyboard may be connected to the robot controller.
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The following tasks must be carried out in the case of faults to the robot system:
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4.5.2
„
Switch off the robot controller and secure it (e.g. with a padlock) to prevent
unauthorized persons from switching it on again.
„
Indicate the fault by means of a label with a corresponding warning.
„
Keep a record of the faults.
„
Eliminate the fault and carry out a function test.
Transportation
The prescribed transport position of the robot must be observed. Transportation must be carried out in accordance with the robot operating instructions.
Robot
Further information is contained in the robot operating instructions.
Robot controller
The robot controller must be transported and installed in an upright position.
Avoid vibrations and impacts during transportation in order to prevent damage
to the robot controller.
Further information is contained in the robot controller operating instructions.
4.5.3
Start-up
The robot controller must not be put into operation until the internal temperature of the cabinet has adjusted to the ambient temperature. Otherwise, condensation could cause damage to electrical components.
Function test
It must be ensured that no persons or objects are present within the danger
zone of the robot during the function test.
The following must be checked during the function test:
„
The robot system is installed and connected. There are no foreign bodies
or destroyed, loose parts on the robot or in the robot controller.
„
All safety devices and protective measures are complete and fully functional.
„
All electrical connections are correct.
„
The peripheral devices are correctly connected.
„
The external environment corresponds to the permissible values indicated
in the operating instructions.
Further information is contained in the robot operating instructions and in the
robot controller operating instructions.
Setting
It must be ensured that the ratings plate on the robot controller has the same
machine data as those entered in the declaration of incorporation. The machine data on the ratings plate of the robot must be entered during start-up.
The robot must not be moved unless the correct machine data are not loaded.
Otherwise, damage to property could occur.
Further information is contained in the operating and programming instructions.
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4.5.4
Programming
The following safety measures must be carried out during programming:
„
It must be ensured that no persons are present within the danger zone of
the robot during programming.
„
New or modified programs must always be tested first in operating mode
T1.
„
If the drives are not required, they must be switched off to prevent the robot
from being moved unintentionally.
„
The motors reach temperatures during operation which can cause burns
to the skin. Contact should be avoided if at all possible. If necessary, appropriate protective equipment must be used.
„
The robot and its tooling must never touch or project beyond the safety
fence.
„
Components, tooling and other objects must not become jammed as a result of the robot motion, nor must they lead to short-circuits or be liable to
fall off.
The following safety measures must be carried out if programming in the danger zone of the robot:
4.5.5
„
The robot must only be moved at reduced velocity (max. 250 mm/s). In this
way, persons have enough time to move out of the way of hazardous robot
motions or to stop the robot.
„
To prevent other persons from being able to move the robot, the KCP must
be kept within reach of the programmer.
„
If two or more persons are working in the system at the same time, they
must all use an enabling switch. While the robot is being moved, all persons must remain in constant visual contact and have an unrestricted view
of the robot system.
Automatic mode
Automatic mode is only permissible in compliance with the following safety
measures.
„
The prescribed safety equipment is present and operational.
„
There are no persons in the system.
„
The defined working procedures are adhered to.
If the robot comes to a standstill for no apparent reason, the danger zone must
not be entered until the EMERGENCY STOP function has been triggered.
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5
Planning
5.1
Overview of planning
This is an overview of the most important planning specifications. The precise planning depends on the application, the robot type, the technology
packages used and other customer-specific circumstances.
For this reason, the overview does not claim to be comprehensive.
Robot controller
Step
1
5.2
Description
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
2
Installation conditions for robot controller
3
Connection conditions
4
Power supply connection
5
E-STOP circuit and safeguard
6
7
Configuration of interface X11
Equipotential bonding
8
KCP coupler (optional)
Information
(>>> 5.2 "Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)" page 65)
(>>> 5.3 "Installation conditions"
page 66)
(>>> 5.4 "Connection conditions"
page 67)
(>>> 5.5 "Power supply connection" page 68)
(>>> 5.6 "EMERGENCY STOP circuit and safeguard" page 70)
(>>> 5.7 "Interface X11" page 71)
(>>> 5.8 "PE equipotential bonding" page 74)
(>>> 5.9 "Planning the KCP coupler option" page 75)
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
Description
If connecting cables (e.g. DeviceNet, etc.) are routed to the control PC from
outside, only shielded cables with an adequate degree of shielding may be
used. The cable shield must be connected with maximum surface area to the
PE rail in the cabinet using shield terminals (screw-type, no clamps).
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Installation conditions
Dimensions
Fig. 5-1: Dimensions (in mm)
1
2
Cooling unit (optional)
Front view
3
4
Side view
Top view
Minimum clearances
Fig. 5-2: Minimum clearances (dimensions in mm)
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Minimum clearances with topmounted cabinet
Fig. 5-3: Minimum clearances with top-mounted / technology cabinet
1
Top-mounted cabinet
2
Technology cabinet
Swing range for door
Swing range, standalone cabinet:
„
Door with computer frame approx. 180°
Swing range, butt-mounted cabinets:
„
5.4
Door approx. 155°
Connection conditions
Power supply
connection
Standard rated supply voltage acc.
to DIN/IEC 38
Permissible tolerance of rated voltage
Mains frequency
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400 V -10%...415 V +10%
49...61 Hz
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Rated power input
7.3 kVA, see rating plate
Standard
Rated power input
13.5 kVA, see rating plate
„
„
Heavy-duty robot
„
Palletizer
Press-to-press robot
Mains-side fusing
„
min. 3x25 A slow-blowing, max.
3x32 A slow-blowing, see rating
plate
300 mA per robot controller, universal-current sensitive
The common neutral point for the
equipotential bonding conductors
and all protective ground conductors is the reference bus of the
power unit.
RCCB trip current difference
Equipotential bonding
Caution!
If the robot controller is connected to a power system without a grounded
neutral, this may cause malfunctions in the robot controller and material damage to the power supply units. The robot controller may only be operated with
grounded-neutral power supply systems.
Cable lengths
The designations and standard and optional lengths may be noted from the
following table.
Cable
Motor cable
Data cable
Power cable with XS1
(optional)
Cable
KCP cable
Standard length in m
Optional length in m
7
7
2.9
15 / 25 / 35 / 50
15 / 25 /35 / 50
-
Standard length in m
10
Extension in m
10 / 20 / 30/ 40
When using KCP cable extensions only one may be employed at a time, and
a total cable length of 60 m must not be exceeded.
5.5
Power supply connection
Description
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The robot controller can be connected to the mains via the following connections:
„
X1 Harting connector on the connection panel
„
XS1 CEE connector; the cable is led out of the robot controller (optional)
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Overview
Fig. 5-4: Power supply connection
* The N-conductor is only necessary for the service socket option with a 400 V
power supply.
The robot controller must only be connected to a power system with a clockwise rotating field. Only then is the correct direction of rotation of the fan motors ensured.
5.5.1
Power supply connection via X1 Harting connector
Description
A Harting connector bypack (1) is supplied with the robot controller. The customer can use this to establish a connection between X1 (2) on the robot controller and the power supply.
Fig. 5-5: Power supply connection X1
5.5.2
Power supply connection via CEE connector XS1
Description
With this option, the robot controller is connected to the power supply via a
CEE connector (2). The cable is approx. 2.9 m long and is routed to the main
switch via a cable gland (1).
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Fig. 5-6: Power supply connection XS1
5.6
EMERGENCY STOP circuit and safeguard
The following examples show how the EMERGENCY STOP circuit and safeguard of the robot system can be connected to the periphery.
Example
Fig. 5-7: Robot with periphery
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Example
Fig. 5-8: Robot with periphery and external power supply
5.7
Interface X11
Description
EMERGENCY STOP devices must be connected via interface X11 or linked
together by means of higher-level controllers (e.g. PLC).
Wiring
Take the following points into consideration when wiring interface X11:
„
System concept
„
Safety concept
Various signals and functions are available, depending on the specific CI3
board. (>>> 2.6.2 "Overview of CI3 boards" page 25)
Detailed information about integration into higher-level controllers is contained in the Operating and Programming Instructions for System Integrators, in the chapter “Automatic External signal diagrams”.
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Connector pin
allocation
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Signal
Pin
Description
+24 V internal
106
ESC power supply max. 2 A
0 V internal
24 V external
107
88
0 V external
89
+24 V
36
0V
+24 V
18
90
0V
Test output A
72
1
(test signal)
5
Comments
In the absence of an external
power supply, 24 V / 0 V must
be jumpered internally.
24 V control voltage for supply
to external devices, max. 4 A.
An external power supply is
recommended for interlinked
systems.
Optional
24 V control voltage for supply
to external devices, max. 6 A.
Optional
Makes the pulsed voltage available for the individual interface
inputs of channel A.
Connection example: enabling
switch is connected under
channel A to pin 1 (TA_A) and
pin 6.
Makes the pulsed voltage available for the individual interface
inputs of channel B.
Connection example: safety
gate locking mechanism is connected under channel B to pin
19 (TA_B) and pin 26.
Output, floating contacts from
internal E-STOP, max. 24 V,
600 mA
In the non-activated state, the
contacts are closed.
7
38
Test output B
41
19
(test signal)
23
25
39
Local E-STOP
channel A
Local E-STOP
channel B
External E-STOP
channel A
External E-STOP
channel B
Enabling channel A
Enabling channel B
Safeguard channel A
Safeguard channel B
Drives OFF
external, channel
A (single-channel)
Drives ON external, channel B
(single-channel)
Drives ON channel B
43
20 / 21
2/3
4
E-STOP, dual-channel input,
max. 24 V, 10 mA.
22
6
24
8
26
42
44
29 / 30
For connection of an external
dual-channel enabling switch
with floating contacts max.
24 V, 10 mA
If no enabling switch is connected, pins 5 and 6 and pins
23 and 24 must be jumpered.
Only effective in TEST mode.
For dual-channel connection of
a safety gate locking mechanism, max. 24 V, 10 mA
Only effective in AUTOMATIC
mode.
A floating contact (break contact) can be connected to this
input. If the contact opens, the
drives are switched off, max.
24 V, 10 mA.
For connection of a floating
contact.
If this input is not used, pins 41/
42 must be jumpered.
Floating contacts (max. 7.5 A)
signal “Drives ON”.
Pulse > 200 ms switches the
drives on. Signal must not be
permanently active.
Is closed if the “Drives ON”
contactor is energized.
These contacts are only available if a CI3 Extended or CI3
Tech board is used.
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Signal
Pin
Description
Comments
Drives ON channel A
11 / 12
Floating contacts (max. 2 A)
signal “Drives ON”.
Is closed if the “Drives ON”
contactor is energized.
Operating mode
group Automatic
48 / 46
Operating mode
group Test
48 / 47
Qualifying input,
channel A
Qualifying input,
channel B
50
These contacts are only available if a CI3 Extended or CI3
Tech board is used.
Floating contacts of the safety
circuit signal the operating
mode.
These contacts are only available if a CI3 Extended or CI3
Tech board is used.
0 signal causes a category 0
STOP in all operating modes.
51
Automatic contact 48 / 46 is
closed if Automatic or External
is selected on the KCP.
Test contact 48 / 47 is closed if
Test 1 or Test 2 is selected on
the KCP.
If these inputs are not used, pin
50 must be jumpered to test
output 38, and pin 51 to test
output 39.
The counterpart to interface X11 is a 108-contact Harting connector with a
male insert, type Han 108DD, housing size 24B.
I/Os can be configured using the following components:
I/Os
5.8
„
DeviceNet (master) via MFC
„
Optional field bus cards
„
Interbus
„
Profibus
„
DeviceNet
„
ProfiNet
„
Specific customer interfaces
PE equipotential bonding
Description
A 16 mm2 cable must be used as equipotential bonding between the robot and
the robot controller.
Fig. 5-9: Equipotential bonding, from controller to robot, with cable duct
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1
2
3
Equipotential bonding to KR C2
ed05
Equipotential bonding from the
connection panel to the cable
duct
Connection panel, KR C2 ed05
4
Cable duct
5
Equipotential bonding from the
cable duct to the robot
6
Equipotential bonding connection on the robot
Fig. 5-10: Equipotential bonding, from controller to robot
1
2
5.9
Equipotential bonding to KR C2
ed05
Connection panel, KR C2 ed05
3
4
Equipotential bonding from the
connection panel to the robot
Equipotential bonding connection on the robot
Planning the KCP coupler option
Visualization
If the robot controller is operated with a detachable KCP, the following system
variables must be visualized:
„
$Mode_T1 (T1 mode)
„
$Mode_T2 (T2 mode)
„
$Mode_Ext (External mode)
„
$Mode_Aut (Automatic mode)
„
$Notaus (Emergency Stop)
„
$Pro_Act (program active)
The display can be configured using I/Os or a PLC. The system variables can
be configured in the file: STEU/$MACHINE.DAT.
Warning!
If the KCP is disconnected, the system can no longer be deactivated by
means of the E-STOP button on the KCP. An external E-STOP must be connected to interface X11 to prevent personal injury and material damage.
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6
Transportation
6.1
Transportation using lifting tackle
„
The control cabinet must be switched off.
„
No cables may be connected to the control cabinet.
„
The door of the control cabinet must be closed.
„
The control cabinet must be upright.
„
The anti-toppling bracket must be fastened to the control cabinet.
Necessary
equipment
„
Lifting tackle with or without lifting frame
Procedure
1. Attach the lifting tackle with or without a lifting frame to all 4 transport eyebolts on the control cabinet.
Preconditions
Fig. 6-1: Transportation using lifting tackle
1
2
3
4
Transport eyebolts on the control cabinet
Correctly attached lifting tackle
Correctly attached lifting tackle
Incorrectly attached lifting tackle
2. Attach the lifting tackle to the crane.
Danger!
If the suspended control cabinet is transported too quickly, it may swing and
cause injury or damage. Transport the control cabinet slowly.
3. Slowly lift and transport the control cabinet.
4. Slowly lower the control cabinet at its destination.
5. Detach the lifting tackle from the control cabinet.
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6.2
Transportation by pallet truck
Preconditions
„
The control cabinet must be switched off.
„
No cables may be connected to the control cabinet.
„
The door of the control cabinet must be closed.
„
The control cabinet must be upright.
„
The anti-toppling bracket must be fastened to the control cabinet.
Procedure
Fig. 6-2: Transportation by pallet truck
1
2
6.3
Control cabinet with anti-toppling bracket
Control cabinet in raised position
Transportation by fork lift truck
Preconditions
„
The control cabinet must be switched off.
„
No cables may be connected to the control cabinet.
„
The door of the control cabinet must be closed.
„
The control cabinet must be upright.
„
The anti-toppling bracket must be fastened to the control cabinet.
Procedure
Fig. 6-3: Transportation by fork lift truck
1
2
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Control cabinet with transformer installation kit
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7
Start-up
7.1
Start-up overview
This is an overview of the most important steps during start-up. The precise
sequence depends on the application, the robot type, the technology packages used and other customer-specific circumstances.
This overview refers to the start-up of the robot system. The start-up of the
overall system is not within the scope of this documentation.
For this reason, the overview does not claim to be comprehensive.
Robot
Step
1
2
3
Description
Carry out a visual inspection of the robot.
Install the robot mounting base (mounting base,
machine frame mounting or booster frame).
Install the robot.
Information
Detailed information is contained in
the robot operating instructions, in
the chapter “Start-up”.
Electrical system
Step
4
6
Description
Carry out a visual inspection of the robot controller.
Make sure that no condensation has formed in
the robot controller.
Install the robot controller.
7
Connect the connecting cables.
8
Connect the KCP.
9
Establish the equipotential bonding between the
robot and the robot controller.
Connect the robot controller to the power supply.
5
10
11
Reverse the battery discharge protection measures.
12
Configure and connect interface X11.
13
Note: If interface X11 has not been wired, the
robot cannot be jogged.
Switch the robot controller on.
14
Check the direction of rotation of the fans.
15
Check the safety equipment.
16
Configure the inputs/outputs between the robot
controller and the periphery.
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Information
(>>> 7.2 "Installing the robot controller" page 80)
(>>> 7.3 "Connecting the connecting cables" page 80)
(>>> 7.4 "Connecting the KCP"
page 81)
(>>> 7.5 "Connecting the PE equipotential bonding" page 81)
(>>> 2.9.1 "Power supply connection X1/XS1" page 40)
(>>> 7.7 "Reversing the battery
discharge protection measures"
page 82)
(>>> 5.7 "Interface X11" page 71)
(>>> 7.10 "Switching on the robot
controller" page 82)
(>>> 7.11 "Checking the direction
of rotation of the external fan"
page 83)
Detailed information is contained in
the robot operating instructions, in
the chapter “Safety”.
Detailed information can be found
in the field bus documentation.
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Step
17
18
19
20
21
Description
Check machine data.
Master the robot without a load.
Mount the tool and master the robot with a load.
Check the software limit switches and adapt
them if required.
Calibrate the tool.
22
23
In the case of a fixed tool: calibrate external TCP.
Enter load data.
Calibrate base (optional).
In the case of a fixed tool: calibrate workpiece
(optional).
If the robot is to be controlled from a host computer or PLC: configure Automatic External interface.
24
Information
Detailed information is contained in
the operating and programming
instructions.
Detailed information is contained in
the Operating and Programming
Instructions for System Integrators.
Long text names of inputs/outputs, flags, etc., can be saved in a text file and
imported after a reinstallation. In this way, the long texts do not need to be
re-entered manually for each robot. Furthermore, the long text names can be
updated in application programs.
Accessories
Precondition: the robot is ready to move, i.e. the software start-up has been
carried out up to and including the item “Master robot without load”.
Description
Optional: install axis range limitation systems. Adapt software
limit switches.
Optional: install and adjust axis range monitoring, taking the
programming into consideration.
Optional: install and adjust external energy supply system,
taking the programming into consideration.
Information
Detailed information can be found
in the axis range limitation documentation.
Detailed information can be found
in the axis range monitoring documentation.
Detailed information can be found
in the energy supply system documentation.
Positionally accurate robot option: check data.
7.2
Installing the robot controller
Procedure
1. Install the robot controller. The minimum clearances to walls, other cabinets, etc. must be observed. (>>> 5.3 "Installation conditions" page 66)
2. Check the robot controller for any damage caused during transportation.
3. Check that fuses, contactors and boards are fitted securely.
4. Secure any modules that have come loose.
7.3
Connecting the connecting cables
Overview
A cable set is supplied with the robot system. In the standard version this consists of:
„
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„
The following cables may be provided for additional applications:
„
Motor cable for external axes
„
Peripheral cables
Danger!
The robot controller is preconfigured for specific robots. If cables are interchanged, the robot may receive incorrect data and can thus cause personal
injury or material damage. If a system consists of more than one robot, always connect the connecting cables to the robots and their corresponding robot controllers.
Procedure
1. Route the motor cable to the robot junction box separately from the control
cable. Plug in connector X20.
2. Route the control cable to the robot junction box separately from the motor
cable. Plug in connector X21.
3. Connect the peripheral cables.
Fig. 7-1: Example: Installing the cables in the cable duct
1
2
3
7.4
4
5
Motor cables
Control cables
Connecting the KCP
Procedure
7.5
Cable duct
Separating webs
Welding cables
„
Connect the KCP to X19 on the robot controller.
Connecting the PE equipotential bonding
Procedure
1. Route and connect a 16 mm2 cable as equipotential bonding between the
robot and the robot controller. (>>> 5.8 "PE equipotential bonding"
page 74)
2. Carry out a ground conductor check for the entire robot system in accordance with DIN EN 60204-1.
7.6
Connecting the robot controller to the power supply
Procedure
„
Connect the robot controller to the power supply via X1 or XS1.
(>>> 5.5.1 "Power supply connection via X1 Harting connector" page 69)
(>>> 5.5.2 "Power supply connection via CEE connector XS1" page 69)
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7.7
Reversing the battery discharge protection measures
Description
To prevent the batteries from discharging before the controller has been started up for the first time, the robot controller is supplied with connector X7 disconnected from the KPS600.
Procedure
„
Plug connector X7 (1) into the KPS600.
Fig. 7-2: Reversing the battery discharge protection measures
7.8
Connecting the EMERGENCY STOP circuit and safeguard
Procedure
7.9
1. Connect the EMERGENCY STOP circuit and safeguard (operator safety)
to interface X11. (>>> 5.6 "EMERGENCY STOP circuit and safeguard"
page 70)
Configuring and connecting connector X11
Procedure
1. Configure connector X11 in accordance with the system and safety concepts.
2. Connect interface connector X11 to the robot controller.
7.10
Switching on the robot controller
Precondition
Procedure
„
The door of the control cabinet is closed.
„
All electrical connections are correct and the energy levels are within the
specified limits.
„
It must be ensured that no persons or objects are present within the danger zone of the robot.
„
All safety devices and protective measures are complete and fully functional.
„
The internal temperature of the cabinet must have adapted to the ambient
temperature.
1. Switch on the mains power to robot controller.
2. Unlock the EMERGENCY STOP button on the KCP.
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3. Switch on the main switch. The control PC begins to run up the operating
system and the control software.
Information about operator control of the robot using the KCP can be found
in the operating and programming instructions for the KUKA System Software (KSS).
7.11
Checking the direction of rotation of the external fan
Procedure
„
Check outlet (2) on the rear of the robot controller.
Fig. 7-3: Checking the direction of rotation of the fan
1 Air inlet
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8
Operation
8.1
Display and operator control elements of the KCP coupler (optional)
Overview
Fig. 8-1: KCP coupler LEDs and request button
1
2
8.1.1
Fault LED (red), KCP coupler
Request button with request LED (green)
Uncoupling the KCP
Procedure
1. Press the request button for at least 1 s.
The green request LED flashes.
The KCP is switched off (display goes dark).
Caution!
The KCP must not be disconnected without pressing the request button. If
the KCP is disconnected without the request button being pressed, an
EMERGENCY STOP is triggered.
2. Disconnect the KCP within 60 s.
Caution!
The KCP with EMERGENCY STOP is deactivated for the request time of
60 s. The EMERGENCY STOP on the KCP is not activated during this time.
3. The KCP must be removed from the system.
Caution!
The KCP must be removed from the system if it is not connected. The EMERGENCY STOP is not operational in this case.
8.1.2
Coupling the KCP
Preconditions
„
The KCP variant to be coupled must be the same as that which was uncoupled.
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Procedure
1. Set the operating mode on the KCP to the same operating mode as on the
robot controller (the operating mode display is application-specific
(>>> 5.9 "Planning the KCP coupler option" page 75)).
If the KCP is connected with the wrong operating mode selected, the robot
controller switches to the operating mode set on the KCP.
2. Couple the KCP to the robot controller.
The request LED flashes quickly.
Once coupling has been completed, the request LED lights up and the
KCP display shows the user interface. The robot controller can once again
be operated via the KCP.
8.2
Booting the robot controller from a USB stick
Precondition
Procedure
„
Robot controller is switched off.
„
External keyboard.
1. Plug in bootable USB stick.
2. Switch on the robot controller.
3. Press F10 during the boot procedure.
Caution!
If a KCP and an external keyboard are connected to the robot controller, 2
people can operate the robot system simultaneously. This can result in personal injury and material damage. Take measures to secure the robot system against unauthorized operation and remove the external keyboard from
the system immediately completion of the installation process.
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9
Maintenance
9.1
Maintenance table
Fig. 9-1: Maintenance points
Maintenance table
Item
1
2
1
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Activity
Clean fan for inner
cooling circuit with
brush.
Clean fan for outer
cooling circuit with
brush.
Clean heat exchanger with
brush.
Clean heat sink
with brush and
check that it is securely fastened.
Exchange fan for
inner cooling circuit.
(>>> 10.2 "Exchan
ging the internal
fan" page 90)
Exchange fan for
outer cooling circuit.
(>>> 10.3 "Exchan
ging the external
fan" page 91)
Time required [min]
15
15
Maintenance interval
Depends on installation
conditions and degree of
fouling; however, no later
than every 2 years
15
15
20
5 years (with 3-shift operation)
20
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Item
3
4
5
6
Activity
Exchange the batteries.
(>>> 10.10 "Excha
nging the batteries"
page 95)
Exchange the
motherboard battery.
(>>> 10.7 "Exchan
ging the motherboard battery"
page 94)
Exchange the PC
fan.
(>>> 10.6 "Exchan
ging the PC fans"
page 93)
Exchange the filter
insert.
(>>> 10.4 "Exchan
ging the pressure
relief plug"
page 91)
Time required [min]
5
Maintenance interval
20
5 years
2
5 years (with 3-shift operation)
1
Depends on installation
conditions and degree of
fouling. Visual check:
change filter insert if discolored (original color:
white).
2 years
Once an activity from the maintenance list has been carried out, a visual inspection must be made, with special attention to the following points:
9.2
„
Secure fit of fuses, contactors, plug-in connections and boards.
„
PE equipotential bonding connection.
„
Damage to cabling.
Cleaning the robot controller
Preconditions
Work regulations
Procedure
„
The robot controller must be switched off and secured to prevent unauthorized persons from switching it on again.
„
Back-up must be completed.
„
The power cable must be de-energized.
„
Observe the ESD guidelines.
„
The manufacturer’s instructions must be observed when carrying out
cleaning work.
„
It must be ensured that no cleaning fluid enters electrical components.
„
Do not use compressed air during cleaning work.
1. Loosen and vacuum up any dust deposits.
2. Clean robot controller with a cloth soaked with a mild cleaning agent.
3. Clean cables, plastic parts and hoses with a solvent-free cleaning agent.
4. Replace damaged, illegible or missing inscriptions, labels and plates.
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10
Repair
10.1
Service jumper plug X11
The service jumper plug X11 is a Harting connector with a male insert, type
Han 108DD, housing size 24B.
Connector pin
allocation
Caution!
The jumper plug is only to be used during start-up and troubleshooting. If the
jumper plug is used, the connected safety components are disabled.
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10.2
Exchanging the internal fan
Preconditions
Procedure
„
The robot controller must be switched off and secured to prevent unauthorized persons from switching it on again.
„
Back-up must be completed.
„
The power cable must be de-energized.
„
Observe the ESD guidelines.
1. Open the control cabinet door.
2. Remove the domed cap nuts and the lock nuts underneath them from the
fan plate.
3. Tilt the fan plate downwards together with the fan.
4. Unplug the fan connector.
Fig. 10-1: Exchanging the internal fan
1
Domed cap nuts and lock
nuts
2
Fan connector
5. Pull the fan plate forwards to remove it.
6. Note the fan installation position (direction of rotation).
7. Unscrew the fan from the mounting.
8. Screw on the new fan. Observe correct installation position (direction of rotation).
9. Insert the tab end of the fan plate into the slot.
3
Fan fastening screws
4
Tab end
10. Plug in the fan connector.
11. Swing the fan plate up into place and fasten it with new lock nuts.
12. Screw on the domed cap nuts.
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10.3
Exchanging the external fan
Preconditions
Procedure
„
The robot controller must be switched off and secured to prevent unauthorized persons from switching it on again.
„
Back-up must be completed.
„
The power cable must be de-energized.
„
Observe the ESD guidelines.
1. Remove the transport safeguard and slacken the fastening screws on the
rear panel.
2. Take off the rear panel.
3. Unscrew the screws of the cable inlet.
4. Unplug the fan connector.
5. Remove the screws from the fan holder.
6. Take off the fan with the holder.
7. Install the new fan.
8. Plug in the fan connector and fasten the cable.
9. Mount the rear cabinet panel and fasten.
Fig. 10-2: Exchanging the external fan
1
Fastening screws and transport safeguard
Holder with fan
Fan holder fastening
2
3
10.4
4
Cable inlet
5
Cable to fan connector
Exchanging the pressure relief plug
Description
The pressure relief plug is used to generate an overpressure inside the cabinet. This prevents excessive fouling of the cabinet.
Preconditions
„
The robot controller must be switched off and secured to prevent unauthorized persons from switching it on again.
„
Back-up must be completed.
„
The power cable must be de-energized.
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Observe the ESD guidelines.
„
Procedure
1. Open the control cabinet door.
2. Remove the foam ring.
3. Exchange the filter insert.
4. Insert the foam ring so that it is flush with the pressure relief plug.
Fig. 10-3: Exchanging the pressure relief plug
1
2
10.5
Pressure relief plug
Filter insert
3
Foam ring
Exchanging the PC
Preconditions
Procedure
„
The robot controller must be switched off and secured to prevent unauthorized persons from switching it on again.
„
Back-up must be completed.
„
The power cable must be de-energized.
„
Observe the ESD guidelines.
1. Open the control cabinet door.
2. Unplug the power supply and all connections to the PC interface.
3. Remove the transport safeguard screw.
4.
Slacken the knurled nuts.
5. Remove the PC and lift it out towards the top.
6. Insert the new PC and fasten.
7. Plug in the connections.
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Fig. 10-4: Removing and installing the control PC
1
2
10.6
Plug-in connections on the PC
Knurled nut
3
Transport safeguard screw
Exchanging the PC fans
Preconditions
Procedure
„
The robot controller must be switched off and secured to prevent unauthorized persons from switching it on again.
„
Back-up must be completed.
„
The power cable must be de-energized.
„
Observe the ESD guidelines.
1. Remove the cable strap.
2. Unplug the fan connector.
3. Note the fan installation position (direction of rotation).
4. Remove the fan retaining screws.
5. Take off the fan with the fan grille.
6. Insert the new fan and fasten. Observe correct installation position (direction of rotation).
7. Plug in the fan connector and secure the cables with cable straps.
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Fig. 10-5: Exchanging the PC fan
1
2
10.7
Fan connector
Cable strap
3
Fan fastening screws
Exchanging the motherboard battery
The battery on the motherboard of the control PC may only be exchanged by
authorized maintenance personnel in consultation with the KUKA customer
support service.
10.8
Exchanging the motherboard
A defective motherboard is not exchanged separately, but together with the
PC.
10.9
Exchanging DIMM memory modules
Preconditions
Procedure
„
The robot controller must be switched off and secured to prevent unauthorized persons from switching it on again.
„
Back-up must be completed.
„
The power cable must be de-energized.
„
Observe the ESD guidelines.
1. Open the PC cover.
2. Using your thumbs, carefully open the side tabs in the direction indicated
by the arrows. The DIMM memory module is released and lifted out of its
socket.
3. Press the new DIMM memory module into the slot in the DIMM socket until
it clicks into position.
There are two asymmetrically positioned recesses on the underside of the
DIMM memory modules; these must mate with the coding on the DIMM socket.
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Fig. 10-6: Exchanging DIMM memory modules
1
2
10.10
Side tabs
Asymmetrically positioned recesses
3
DIMM memory module socket
Exchanging the batteries
Preconditions
Procedure
„
The robot controller must be switched off and secured to prevent unauthorized persons from switching it on again.
„
Back-up must be completed.
„
The power cable must be de-energized.
„
Observe the ESD guidelines.
1. Open the cabinet door.
2. Unplug the battery connection cables.
3. Press the spring clamp to the left.
4. Take out both battery blocks.
Always exchange both battery blocks.
5. Insert the new battery blocks and lock them in place with the spring clamp.
6. Plug in the battery connection cables.
Caution!
Observe the battery polarity as shown in (>>> Fig. 10-7). Installing the batteries in the wrong position or with reversed polarity can damage the batteries, the KPS600 and the low-voltage power supply unit.
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Fig. 10-7: Connection example: Batteries
1
Storage instruction
10.11
Spring clamp
In case of long-term storage, the batteries must be charged every 6 months to
avoid the risk of damage due to self-discharge.
Removal and installation of the CD-ROM drive (optional)
Preconditions
Procedure
„
The robot controller must be switched off and secured to prevent unauthorized persons from switching it on again.
„
Back-up must be completed.
„
The power cable must be de-energized.
„
Observe the ESD guidelines.
1. Open the control cabinet door.
2. Remove the fastening screw of the drives holder.
3. Push the drives holder out to the left.
Make a note of the number of the pin (pin 1 or pin 40) connected to the side
of the 40-strand interface cable marked in red.
4. Disconnect the power supply and data cable.
5. Remove the fastening screws at the side.
6. Push the CD-ROM drive out of the holder.
7. Configure the new CD-ROM drive as "master".
Further information can be found in the manufacturer documentation.
8. Push the CD-ROM drive into the holder and fasten it with 4 screws.
9. Connect the power supply and data cable.
10. Install the drives holder and fasten it with a screw.
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Fig. 10-8: Exchanging the CD-ROM drive
1
10.12
Fastening screw of the drives
holder
2
Fastening screws of the CDROM drive
Removal and installation of the floppy disk drive (optional)
Preconditions
Procedure
„
The robot controller must be switched off and secured to prevent unauthorized persons from switching it on again.
„
Back-up must be completed.
„
The power cable must be de-energized.
„
Observe the ESD guidelines.
1. Open the control cabinet door.
2. Remove the fastening screw of the drives holder.
3. Push the drives holder out to the left.
Make a note of the number of the pin (pin 1 or pin 34) connected to the side
of the 34-strand interface cable marked in red.
4. Disconnect the power supply and data cable.
5. Remove the fastening screws at the side.
6. Push the floppy disk drive out of the holder.
7. Push the new floppy disk drive into the holder and fasten it with 4 screws.
8. Connect the power supply and data cable.
9. Install the drives holder and fasten it with the screw.
Fig. 10-9: Exchanging the floppy disk drive
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1
10.13
Fastening screw of the drives
holder
2
Fastening screws of the floppy
disk drive
Exchanging the hard drive
Preconditions
Procedure
„
The robot controller must be switched off and secured to prevent unauthorized persons from switching it on again.
„
Back-up must be completed.
„
The power cable must be de-energized.
„
Observe the ESD guidelines.
1. Open the control cabinet door.
2. Open the PC chassis.
3. Release the retaining clip of the hard drive.
4. Disconnect the interface and power supply cables.
5. Exchange the hard drive for a new one.
6. Connect the interface and power supply cables.
7. Place the hard drive on the holder and fasten it with the retaining clip.
8. Close the PC housing and the control cabinet door.
9. Install the operating system and the KUKA System Software (KSS).
Fig. 10-10: Exchanging the hard drive
1
10.14
Retaining clip
2
Interface and power supply
cables
Exchanging the KVGA card
Preconditions
Procedure
„
The robot controller must be switched off and secured to prevent unauthorized persons from switching it on again.
„
Back-up must be completed.
„
The power cable must be de-energized.
„
Observe the ESD guidelines.
1. Open the control cabinet door.
2. Open the PC chassis.
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3. Unplug the connections to the KVGA card.
4. Release the fastenings of the card and pull the card out of the slot.
5. Check the new card for mechanical damage, insert it into the slot and tighten the fastening screws.
6. Plug in the connections to the card.
10.14.1 KVGA card settings
Precondition
Procedure
„
User group “Expert”
„
Windows interface (CTRL+ESC)
1. Select the menu sequence Control Panel > Display > Properties > System Settings > Extended > Chips.
2. The following options are offered in the “Display Device” window:
„
CRT (external monitor)
„
LCD (KCP operation)
„
BOTH (both display options)
The graphics card driver file is “Chips XPm.sys”.
10.15
Exchanging the MFC3 card
Preconditions
Procedure
„
The robot controller must be switched off and secured to prevent unauthorized persons from switching it on again.
„
Back-up must be completed.
„
The power cable must be de-energized.
„
Observe the ESD guidelines.
1. Open the control cabinet door.
2. Open the PC chassis.
3. Unplug the connections to the MFC3 and DSE-IBS-C33.
4. Release the fastenings of the card and pull the card out of the slot.
5. Unscrew the DSE-IBS-C33 from the MFC3 and unplug it.
6. Inspect the new MFC3 for mechanical damage. Plug on the DSE-IBS-C33
and screw it down.
7. Plug the MFC3 into its slot and tighten the fastening screws.
8. Plug in the connections to the card.
10.16
Exchanging the DSE-IBS-C33 card
Preconditions
Procedure
„
The robot controller must be switched off and secured to prevent unauthorized persons from switching it on again.
„
Back-up must be completed.
„
The power cable must be de-energized.
„
Observe the ESD guidelines.
1. Open the control cabinet door.
2. Open the PC chassis.
3. Unplug the connections to the MFC3 and DSE-IBS-C33.
4. Release the fastenings of the MFC3 card and pull the card out of the slot.
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5. Unscrew the DSE-IBS-C33 from the MFC3 and unplug it.
6. Plug on the new DSE-IBS-C33 and screw it down.
7. Plug the MFC3 into its slot and tighten the fastening screws.
8. Plug in the connections to the card.
9. Switch on the robot controller and let it run up.
10. After initialization, the LED on the DSE-IBS-C33 should flash.
10.17
Exchanging the KPS600
Preconditions
„
The robot controller must be switched off and secured to prevent unauthorized persons from switching it on again.
„
The power cable must be de-energized.
„
Observe the ESD guidelines.
„
Wait 5 minutes until the intermediate circuit has discharged.
Caution!
Voltages in excess of 50 V (up to 600 V) can be present in the KPS, the
KSDs and the intermediate-circuit connecting cables up to 5 minutes after
the control cabinet has been switched off!
Procedure
1. Open the control cabinet door.
2. Unplug all connections to the KPS600.
3. Slacken the Allen screws.
4. Lift the KPS600 slightly, tip the top forwards and lift the KPS600 out of the
holder.
5. Insert the new KPS600 into the lower holder, hook it on at the top and tighten the fastening screws.
6. Plug in all the connections.
Fig. 10-11: Exchanging the KPS600
1
2
10.18
3
4
Tip the KPS600 forwards
Lift the KPS600 out of the
holder
Exchanging the KPS-27
Preconditions
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Allen screws
Lift the KPS600
„
The robot controller must be switched off and secured to prevent unauthorized persons from switching it on again.
„
The power cable must be de-energized.
„
Observe the ESD guidelines.
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Wait 5 minutes until the intermediate circuit has discharged.
„
Caution!
Voltages in excess of 50 V (up to 600 V) can be present in the KPS, the
KSDs and the intermediate-circuit connecting cables up to 5 minutes after
the control cabinet has been switched off!
Procedure
1. Open the control cabinet door.
2. Open the PC chassis.
3. Disconnect the mains supply and outgoing cables.
4. Remove the knurled screw.
5. Pull the mounting plate with the KPS-27 to the left out of the holders.
6. Remove the fastening screws of the KPS-27 from the rear of the mounting
plate.
7. Screw the new KPS-27 onto the mounting plate.
8. Push the right-hand side of the mounting plate into the holders and fasten
it with the knurled screw.
9. Connect the mains supply and outgoing cables.
Fig. 10-12: Exchanging the KPS-27
1
2
10.19
Knurled screw
Holders
3
Outgoing cables
Exchanging the KSD
Preconditions
„
The robot controller must be switched off and secured to prevent unauthorized persons from switching it on again.
„
The power cable must be de-energized.
„
Observe the ESD guidelines.
„
Wait 5 minutes until the intermediate circuit has discharged.
Caution!
Voltages in excess of 50 V (up to 600 V) can be present in the KPS, the
KSDs and the intermediate-circuit connecting cables up to 5 minutes after
the control cabinet has been switched off!
Procedure
1. Open the control cabinet door.
2. Unplug the KSD connections.
3. Lift the upper retaining clip with a screwdriver until the locking devices are
free. Tilt the top of the KSD slightly forwards, so that the retaining clip cannot snap back into the locking device.
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4. Lift the lower retaining clip and remove the KSD by pulling it in the direction
of the door opening.
5. Insert the new KSD evenly and straight into the opening until the upper
and lower retaining clips snap in.
6. Plug in all connectors.
Fig. 10-13: Exchanging the KSD
1
10.20
Retaining clip
2
Locking device
Removal and installation of the KCP coupler
Preconditions
Procedure
„
The robot controller must be switched off and secured to prevent unauthorized persons from switching it on again.
„
Back-up must be completed.
„
The power cable must be de-energized.
„
Observe the ESD guidelines.
1. Open the control cabinet door.
2. Unplug all connectors on the KCP coupler card.
3. Remove the fastening screws (1).
4. Install and fasten the new KCP coupler card.
5. Plug in all connectors.
10.21
Installing the KUKA System Software (KSS)
Further information is contained in the operating and programming instructions for the KUKA System Software (KSS).
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Troubleshooting
11.1
Repair and procurement of spare parts
Repairs to the robot controller may only be carried out by KUKA customer support personnel or by customers who have taken part in a relevant course of
training held by the KUKA Robot Group.
Repairs
Repairs within modules may only be carried out by specially trained KUKA Robot Group personnel.
Procurement of
spare parts
The article numbers for spare parts are listed in the spare parts catalog on a
CD-ROM that accompanies every robot controller.
The KUKA Robot Group supplies the following types of spare parts for repairs
to the robot controller:
„
New parts
Once the new part has been installed, the part that has been removed can
be disposed of.
„
Exchange parts
Once the exchange part has been installed, the part that has been removed is returned to the KUKA Robot Group.
A "Robot Repair Card" is supplied with the exchange parts. The Repair Card
must be completed and returned to the KUKA Robot Group.
11.2
PC fault profiles
Effects
„
PC does not boot
„
Display is dark
„
PC does not boot
„
Display is dark
„
PC boots normally
„
Display is dark
„
System crash when booting
No keyboard input possible
The system repeatedly resets
itself (reboot).
Causes
Remedy
Power supply defective
Short circuit on the motherboard
Short circuit on a connected
device
Defective PC card (Interbus,
MFC3, KVGA)
Disconnect all devices one by
one from the power supply unit.
Switch on the PC and measure
output voltages at the power
supply unit.
Disconnect PC cards (Interbus,
Ethernet card) and test system
again; replace cards if necessary.
Snap memory modules correctly into place.
Memory modules (RAM modules) not correctly snapped into
place (contact fault)
Memory modules defective
Defective motherboard
KVGA defective
Cable break in KCP connecting
cable
Defective motherboard
Exchange memory modules.
Exchange the PC
Exchange KVGA
Exchange the KCP connecting
cable
Exchange the PC
Memory modules defective
KVGA defective
KSD defective
Exchange memory modules
Exchange KVGA
Exchange KSD
„
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Effects
Causes
Remedy
BIOS error message "CMOS
Checksum Error"
Undervoltage in lithium battery
on the motherboard
CMOS memory on motherboard defective
Memory module defective
Exchange lithium battery
BIOS error message "MEMORY TEST FAILED"
Cannot boot from hard disk
Cannot access floppy disk
drive (FDD)
CD-ROM drawer does not
open
CD-ROM drive cannot be read
Windows operating system
crashes with exceptional error
(blue screen)
Controller hangs when loading
software components
KUKA.HMI does not boot, and
is aborted with a General Protection fault
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BIOS fails to detect hard drive
IDE cable incorrectly connected
Power supply not correctly connected
Hard drive defective
Defective motherboard
BIOS settings incorrect
Data cable incorrectly connected
Power supply cable incorrectly
connected
FDD defective
Defective motherboard
Power supply not correctly connected
CD-ROM drive defective
BIOS fails to detect CD-ROM
drive
IDE cable incorrectly connected
CD-ROM drive defective
CD-ROM defective or inserted
incorrectly
Memory module defective
Defective or lost sectors
MFC3 not correctly connected
MFC3 defective
Additional PC card (e.g. Interbus)
Motherboard defective
Defective files in the software
installation
Settings in CMOS setup incorrect
Defective memory module(s)
Exchange the PC
Exchange memory module
Load KUKA default settings
Check IDE cable
Check the connector
Exchange the hard drive
Exchange the PC
Load KUKA default settings
Connect data cable correctly
Connect power supply cable
correctly
Exchange FDD
Exchange the PC
Connect power supply correctly
Exchange the CD-ROM drive
Load KUKA default settings
Connect IDE cable correctly
Exchange the CD-ROM drive
Exchange CD-ROM or insert it
correctly (label upwards!)
Exchange memory module
Re-install the software
Connect MFC3 correctly
Exchange the MFC3
Remove PC card and run controller up again. Exchange PC
card
Exchange the PC
Reinstall control software
Check settings in CMOS setup
Exchange memory module(s)
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11.3
MFC3 error messages
Effects
Causes
Remedy
Controller hangs when loading
software components
MFC cannot be initialized
Remove PC cards and run the
PC up again
Check MFC3 slot
Exchange the MFC3
KCP control panel does not
work
Display is dark
Operating mode switchover on
KCP does not react
When PC is booted, the operating system VxWorks does not
run up
11.4
MFC3 incorrectly connected
PC card (e.g. Interbus) interfering with functioning of MFC3
PCI bus on motherboard faulty
CAN controller on the MFC
defective
KCP cable or connector faulty
Power supply to connector X5
for KCP missing
KCP cable or connector faulty
KVGA card defective
Motherboard defective
Operating mode detection on
MFC3 defective
Mode selector switch on the
KCP defective
MFC3 defective
Exchange motherboard
Exchange the MFC3
Replace KCP
Check power supply
Replace KCP
Exchange KVGA card
Exchange motherboard
Exchange the MFC3
Replace KCP
Exchange the MFC3
KCP error messages
Effects
Causes
Remedy
No display on the LCD
Connecting cable defective
Drives cannot be switched on
KVGA defective
KCP defective
Connecting cable defective
Exchange KCP with connecting
cable
Exchange KVGA
Replace KCP
Exchange KCP with connecting
cable
Replace KCP
Replace KCP
Exchange CI3 board
Exchange the connecting cable
Exchange the MFC3
Replace KCP
Replace KCP
No entries can be made via
KCP
EMERGENCY STOP cannot
be acknowledged
Space Mouse does not work
Enabling switch jammed
KCP defective
CI3 board is defective
Connecting cable defective
MFC3 defective
KCP defective
EMERGENCY STOP button
defective
Connecting cable defective
Connecting cable defective
Space Mouse defective
MFC3 defective (CAN bus)
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cable
Exchange KCP with connecting
cable
Replace KCP
Exchange the MFC3
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11.5
Field bus communication error messages
Effects
Causes
Remedy
Communication via diagnostic
interface not possible
Data cable, periphery faulty
Diagnostic interface on field
bus card defective
Field bus card incorrectly configured
Field bus card cannot be initialized
Incorrect configuration of the
file IOSYS.INI
Field bus card defective
Check data cable, periphery
Exchange field bus card
Field bus card defective
Exchange field bus card
Interbus filter defective or not
correctly connected
External power supply input on
IBS card defective
Exchange Interbus filter (if
fiber-optic cable)
Exchange Interbus card
Error message "xxxxx I/O
driver configuration error"
After inserting the field bus
card: no display, controller
does not boot (Stop 0)
The controller "hangs" after initialization of the field bus card
No external power supply for
slave when controller switched
off
11.6
Fuses and LED indicators on the CI3 board
11.6.1
CI3 Standard board
Check the configuration
Exchange field bus card
Check entries in IOSYS.INI
Exchange field bus card
Overview
Fig. 11-1: CI3 Standard board fuses and LEDs
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Fuses
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
LEDs
Item
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
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Designation
Value in A
Description
F2
F16
F12
F13
F10
F23
2
7.5
4
4
3
2
24 V DC fan monitoring
24 V DC interface VCC
24 V DC interface VCC
24 V DC interface VCC
24 V DC VCC-ESC
RDC supply
Designation
Description
LED16 (red)
LED5 (red)
LED4 (red)
LED2 (red)
LED14 (green)
LED9 (green)
LED15 (green)
LED1 (red)
LED12 (red)
LED18 (red)
LED17 (green)
LED27 (red)
LED28 (green)
LED22 (red)
LED21 (green)
LED19 (red)
LED20 (green)
Fuse monitoring for F2
Fuse monitoring for F16
Fuse monitoring for F12
Fuse monitoring for F13
24 V without battery back-up
24 V with battery back-up
5 V ESC nodes
Fuse monitoring for F10
Fuse monitoring for F23
ESC bus output KCP error
ESC bus output KCP OK
ESC bus output MFC error
ESC bus output MFC OK
ESC bus, local ESC node error
ESC bus, local ESC node OK
ESC bus KPS error
ESC bus KPS OK
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11.6.2
CI3 Extended board
Overview
Fig. 11-2: CI3 Extended board fuses and LEDs
Fuses
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
LEDs
Item
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
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Designation
Value in A
Description
F2
F16
F12
F13
F1
F14
F15
F10
F23
2
7.5
4
4
2
4
7.5
3
2
24 V DC fan monitoring
24 V DC interface VCC
24 V DC interface VCC
24 V DC interface VCC
24 V DC drives ON
24 V DC drives ON
24 V DC drives ON
24 V DC VCC-ESC
RDC supply
Designation
Description
LED16 (red)
LED5 (red)
LED4 (red)
LED2 (red)
LED6 (red)
LED7 (red)
LED8 (red)
LED14 (green)
LED9 (green)
LED15 (green)
LED1 (red)
Fuse monitoring for F2
Fuse monitoring for F16
Fuse monitoring for F12
Fuse monitoring for F13
Fuse monitoring for F1
Fuse monitoring for F14
Fuse monitoring for F15
24 V without battery back-up
24 V with battery back-up
5 V ESC nodes
Fuse monitoring for F10
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Item
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
11.6.3
Designation
Description
LED12 (red)
LED18 (red)
LED17 (green)
LED27 (red)
LED28 (green)
LED22 (red)
LED21 (green)
LED19 (red)
LED20 (green)
Fuse monitoring for F23
ESC bus KCP error
ESC bus KCP OK
ESC bus MFC error
ESC bus MFC OK
ESC bus, local ESC node error
ESC bus, local ESC node OK
ESC bus KPS error
ESC bus KPS OK
CI3 Bus board
Overview
Fig. 11-3: CI3 Bus board fuses and LEDs
Fuses
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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Value in A
Description
F2
F16
F12
F13
F1
F14
F15
F10
F23
2
7.5
4
4
2
4
7.5
3
2
24 V DC fan monitoring
24 V DC interface VCC
24 V DC interface VCC
24 V DC interface VCC
24 V DC drives ON
24 V DC drives ON
24 V DC drives ON
24 V DC VCC-ESC
RDC supply
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LEDs
Item
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
11.6.4
Designation
Description
LED16 (red)
LED5 (red)
LED4 (red)
LED2 (red)
LED6 (red)
LED7 (red)
LED8 (red)
LED14 (green)
LED9 (green)
LED1 (red)
LED12 (red)
LED17 (green)
LED23 (red)
LED24 (green)
LED27 (red)
LED18 (red)
LED28 (green)
LED19 (red)
LED20 (green)
Fuse monitoring for F2
Fuse monitoring for F16
Fuse monitoring for F12
Fuse monitoring for F13
Fuse monitoring for F1
Fuse monitoring for F14
Fuse monitoring for F15
24 V without battery back-up
24 V with battery back-up
Fuse monitoring for F10
Fuse monitoring for F23
ESC bus KCP OK
ESC bus SafetyBUS Gateway error
ESC bus SafetyBUS Gateway OK
ESC bus MFC error
ESC bus KCP error
ESC bus MFC OK
ESC bus KPS error
ESC bus KPS OK
CI3 Tech board
Overview
Fig. 11-4: CI3 Tech board fuses and LEDs
Fuses
Item
25
26
27
28
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Designation
Value in A
Description
F2
F16
F12
F13
2
7.5
4
4
24 V DC fan monitoring
24 V DC interface VCC
24 V DC interface VCC
24 V DC interface VCC
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Item
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
LEDs
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
10
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
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Value in A
Description
F1
F14
F15
F10
F21
F23
F24
2
4
7.5
3
2
2
2
24 V DC drives ON
24 V DC drives ON
24 V DC drives ON
24 V DC VCC-ESC
24 V DC lamp CR
RDC supply
MPI supply
Designation
Description
LED16 (red)
LED5 (red)
LED4 (red)
LED2 (red)
LED6 (red)
LED7 (red)
LED8 (red)
LED14 (green)
LED29 (green)
LED1 (red)
LED11 (red)
LED12 (red)
LED10 (red)
LED17 (green)
LED23 (red)
LED24 (green)
LED9 (green)
LED15 (green)
LED27 (red)
LED18 (red)
LED28 (green)
LED19 (red)
LED20 (green)
LED22 (red)
LED21 (green)
Fuse monitoring for F2
Fuse monitoring for F16
Fuse monitoring for F12
Fuse monitoring for F13
Fuse monitoring for F1
Fuse monitoring for F14
Fuse monitoring for F15
24 V without battery back-up
Voltage monitoring 3.3 V for CR PLDs
Fuse monitoring for F10
Fuse monitoring for F21
Fuse monitoring for F23
Fuse monitoring for F24
ESC bus KCP OK
ESC bus SafetyBUS Gateway error
ESC bus SafetyBUS Gateway OK
24 V with battery back-up
5 V ESC nodes
ESC bus MFC error
ESC bus KCP error
ESC bus MFC OK
ESC bus KPS error
ESC bus KPS OK
ESC bus, local ESC node error
ESC bus, local ESC node OK
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11.7
KPS 600 fuses, messages and error displays
Overview
Fig. 11-5: KPS 600 LED display and fuses
1
2
3
4
5
6
Fuses
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LED 1 (red)
LED 2 (green)
LED 3 (red)
LED 4 (red)
LED 5 (green)
LED 6 (green)
7
8
9
10
11
Fuse F5
Fuse F1
Fuse F3
Fuse F4
Fuse F2
Design
ation
Rating
Circuit
F2
F5
F1
F3
F4
15 A
10 A
7.5 A
15 A
15 A
24 V DC periphery, external
PC fuse X7, pin 7
24 V AC fuse X7, pin 8
Battery + fuse X7, pin 2
Battery - fuse X7, pin 3
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LEDs 1 and 2
LED 1
LED 2
Priority
Meaning
Off
Off
-
Off
Flashes at
1.5 Hz
On
-
-
1
Processor without power
supply
Intermediate circuit voltage
below 60 V
Intermediate circuit voltage
above 60 V
Communication error
-
2
Brake error
Off
-
3
4
-
5
Main contactor K1 stuck
Error in BEA signal (signal
for flow of current through
the ballast resistor)
Ballast error
-
6
Overvoltage in intermediate
circuit
-
7
Overtemperature in interior
/ heat sink
-
8
Fault in the low voltage supply (24 V not present)
Off
Flashes at
6 Hz
Flashes at
3 Hz
On
Flashes 5
times at
1.5 Hz
Flashes 4
times at
1.5 Hz
Flashes 3
times at
1.5 Hz
Flashes 2
times at
1.5 Hz
Flashes
once at
1.5 Hz
-
If more than one fault occurs simultaneously, the fault with the highest priority
is displayed. (1 = highest priority, 8 = lowest priority)
After 4 s, the red LED again flashes n times.
LEDs 3 and 4
LED 5
LED 6
KCP display
LED 3
LED 4
Meaning
On
On
Off
Off
On
On
External E-STOP activated
Local EMERGENCY STOP activated
Internal ESC fault
LED 5
Meaning
Off
On
Robot brakes not activated
Robot brakes activated
LED 6
Meaning
Off
On
External axis brakes not activated
External axis brakes activated
The following KSD error messages are displayed in the message window of
the KCP:
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Display in message
window
Meaning / cause
Remedy
Parameter error PMx
checksum
Checksum error in
parameter set 1
„
Restart
„
Parameter error PMx
control
Checksum error in the
control unit device set
„
Exchange KPS
Restart
Drives error PMx no.:
71
Microcontroller crash
„
Ballast switch energized for too long PMx
during charging
Ixt overload of the
brake resistor during
charging
„
Ballast switch energized for too long PMx
Ixt overload of the
brake resistor during
operation
„
Heat sink temperature
PMx
Cabinet temperature
too high PMx
Drives error PMx no.:
79
„
„
Exchange KPS
Restart
Exchange KPS
Ballast resistor defective
Ballast resistor not
connected
Ballast resistor defective
„
Ballast resistor not
connected
„
„
Deceleration phases in robot program are too long;
use energy recovery unit
Cabinet ventilation
defective
Cabinet ventilation
defective
Restart
„
Exchange KPS
„
Check field bus
drives cable
„
Mains voltage too
high (transformer
may be necessary)
Mains voltage too
high
Overtemperature, heat
sink
Overtemperature, interior
Communication error
with the EEPROM in
the control unit
Max. permissible
number of communication errors with the
servo bus exceeded,
causes short-circuit
braking
Overvoltage in intermediate circuit while
charging
Overvoltage in intermediate circuit during
operation
„
Undervoltage PMx
Low-voltage supply
undervoltage
„
Buffer battery voltage
low
Check battery PMx
Battery undervoltage,
U<22 V
Battery undervoltage,
U<19 V
„
Ballast switch defective >> Exchange KPS
Check low-voltage
supply (rated voltage 27.1 V)
Charge battery
„
Charge battery
„
Undervoltage in intermediate circuit while
charging, 500 V
threshold not reached
„
Exchange battery
Mains voltage too
low
Watchdog power module PMx
Overvoltage PMx during charging
Overvoltage PMx
Undervoltage PMx
during charging
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„
„
„
„
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Display in message
window
Brake error Ax/PMx
channel x
Brake error Ax/PMx
channel x
Meaning / cause
Remedy
Brake error, main axes
„
Brakes not connected
„
Short circuit on
brake cable
Brakes not connected
Brake error, external
axes
„
„
Short circuit on
brake cable
Restart
„
Exchange KPS
„
Exchange KPS
„
Intermediate circuit
charging circuit defective PMx
K1 contactor welded
PMx
11.8
Optocoupler for ballast resistor current
detection signals that
no current is flowing
Main contactor K1
stuck
KPS-27 error messages
Overview
The operating state is indicated by two LEDs on the front.
Fig. 11-6: KPS-27 LED display
1
LED
11.9
LED 1 (red)
2
LED 2 (green)
LED
State
Meaning
LED 2 (OK)
LED 1 (overload)
Lit
Lit
Flashes slowly
Normal operation
Overload operation
Short-circuit operation
Error messages on the KSD
Overview
The operating state of the KSD is indicated by two LEDs on the front.
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Fig. 11-7: KSD error display
1
LED
LED 1 (red)
2
LED 2 (green)
LED 1
LED 2
Meaning
Off
On
Flashes quickly
Off
Off
Flashes quickly
(UIC > Ulimit)
No 24 V
Undefined state
Fault is present
Flashes slowly
Flashes slowly
(UIC < Ulimit)
Message is present (except in case
of undervoltage UIC), default value
= 250 V
Flashes quickly
(UIC > Ulimit)
Off
Flashes slowly
UIC < Ulimit
Off
Flashes quickly
UIC > Ulimit
Off
On
Servo enable, UIC > Ulimit
UIC: Intermediate circuit voltage
Ulimit: Intermediate circuit voltage = 250 V
KCP
The following KSD error messages are displayed in the message window of
the KCP:
Display in
message
window
DRIVERS
ERROR Ax
No.: TRIP
OVERCURRENT Ax
SYNCHRONISATION
ERROR
DRIVE
MODULE
Ax
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Meaning / cause
Remedy
KSD is in a fault state; robot
carries out Emergency Stop
„
„
Overloading of the axis
„
2
„
I t overload
„
KSD defective
„
Max. permissible
number of communication errors with the servo
bus exceeded
„
Too many consecutive
toggle bit errors; causes
short-circuit braking.
„
„
See detailed error message which is also displayed.
Reduce load on axis (reduce OVR,
$ACC_AXIS)
Exchange KSD
Check Interbus cable
between DSE, KPS and
KSD
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Display in
message
window
Meaning / cause
Remedy
HEAT SINK
TEMPERATURE Ax
Heat sink overtemperature
„
Check control cabinet
fans / cooling circuit
„
Parameter
error Ax
PR1
Checksum error in parameter set 1
„
Reduce load on axis (reduce OVR, $VEL_AXIS
or $ACC_AXIS)
Check the KSD
„
Restart
„
Motor cable
Ax
„
„
Exchange the KSD
Check motor cable
„
Check motor
„
Check motor cable
„
Check motor
„
Check the KSD
„
Restart
„
„
Exchange the KSD
Check the KSD
„
Restart
„
„
Power unit overcurrent
(short-circuit or ground
fault)
Hardware monitoring
Ground fault, software
monitoring
Motor phase failure
„
FAILURE
OF MOTOR
PHASE Ax
Drives error
Ax no.: 105
Drives error
Ax no.: 71
Drives error
Ax no.: 79
Drives error
Ax no.: 80
Drives error
Ax no.: 106
11.10
Checksum error in the control unit device set
Microcontroller crash
Communication error with
the EEPROM in the control
unit
„
Exchange the KSD
Check the KSD
„
Restart
„
Communication error with
the EEPROM in the power
unit
„
Exchange the KSD
Check the KSD
„
Restart
„
Checksum error in the
power unit device set
„
Exchange the KSD
Check the KSD
„
Restart
„
Exchange the KSD
KCP coupler LED display (optional)
The following LEDs are situated in the door interface:
„
Fault LED (red), KCP coupler
„
Request button with request LED (green)
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Fig. 11-8: KCP coupler LEDs and request button
LED 1 (red)
Item
1
LED 2 (green)
Item
2
State
Meaning
On
Off
Flashes slowly
(approx. 1 Hz)
Flashes quickly
(approx. 10 Hz)
Internal error in KCP coupler.
No error
Internal ESC communications error
State
Meaning
On
KCP coupled and KCP coupler operational.
KCP uncoupled.
KCP uncoupling requested. Coupler
waits 60 s for disconnection of KCP. The
KCP is deactivated for 60 s.
KCP coupling requested. Coupling carried out automatically after 10 s.
Off
Flashes slowly
(approx. 1 Hz)
Flashes quickly
(approx. 10 Hz)
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ESC protocol timeout from KCP
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KCP coupler card
Fig. 11-9: LEDs on the KCP coupler card
11.11
Item
LED
State
Meaning
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
H10
H9
H6
H5
H7
H8
H11
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
24 V ESC
Switched 24 V ESC
Test output channel B
Test output channel A
Switched 24 V KCP
24 V KCP
5 V KCP coupler
KCP coupler troubleshooting
Fault
Remedy
Wrong KCP variant connected.
Switch off the robot controller, connect the correct KCP variant and
switch on the robot controller.
Adhere to correct procedure.
(>>> 8.1.1 "Uncoupling the KCP"
page 85) (>>> 8.1.2 "Coupling the
KCP" page 85)
KCP disconnected without prior
request.
KCP disconnected before the display was dark.
KCP disconnected too long after
request.
Dual-channel error at request button.
Cross-connection at request button.
ESC communications error in internal cabinet ring.
ESC communications error in KCP
CAN communications error in KCP
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Check wiring, connectors and connections.
Check wiring, connectors and connections. Perform ESC reset.
Check wiring, connectors and connections to KCP. Exchange defective KCP or KCP cable.
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11.12
DSE-RDW diagnosis
Overview
The DSE-RDW diagnostic tool indicates the current state of communication
between the DSE and the RDC, on the one hand, and the DSE and the drive
bus, on the other.
11.12.1 Description of the user interface
Select the menu sequence Setup > Service > DSE-RDW.
Procedure
„
Description
The arrow keys can be used to navigate in the DSE-RDW diagnostic tool. The
Esc key takes you up a level in the menu structure. Pressing the Esc key at
the top menu level exits the DSE-RDW diagnostic tool.
The contents of the EEPROM in the RDC unit can be overwritten. These data
cannot be restored simply by booting the system.
The following parameters are displayed:
Fig. 11-10: DSE-RDW user interface
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Parameter
Description
Driver state:
Control type
MFC
„ 1.DSE
Driver program is being executed
Type of controller (KR C2ed05, KR C3)
Version of the MFC module used
„ Type of the first DSE module
„
State
„
Operating state of the DSE module
„
DPRAM test
„
Result of the dual-port RAM test
„
RDW
„
Type of RDC module used
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Parameter
Description
2.DSE
There is no second DSE present in this
case.
The 4 display boxes are the same as for the
first DSE.
Status line:
Softkeys
„
Version number of the DSE-RDW diagnostic tool
„
Type of control cabinet
„
Current value of the DSE interrupt counter: incrementation of the counter indicates that the DSE control program is
running correctly.
Field name
Description
Recognize hardware
The data in the display boxes are updated
11.12.2 Setting the language
Description
Procedure
Two languages are available:
„
German
„
English
1. Select the menu sequence DSE-RDW > Language.
2. Select the language and confirm with OK.
11.12.3 MFC3 register display
Under "System info", select MFC3 > Display register.
Procedure
„
Description
The following parameters are displayed:
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Fig. 11-11: MFC register display
Softkeys
Parameter
Description
MFC
Address section RTACC
Address sesction 82C54
Timer
Revision number
Reserved area
Binary Input
Input ESC0
Input ESC1
State register
ESC diagnosis interface
ESC state register
Reserved area
Version of the MFC module used
Internal data
Field name
Description
Refresh
Start cont. display
The data in the display boxes are updated
Starts / stops continuous updating of the
display
11.12.4 DSE IBS information
Under "System info", select 1.DSE IBS > Information.
Procedure
„
Description
The following parameters are displayed:
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Fig. 11-12: DSE IBS information
Parameter
Description
Control type
DSE hardware
DSE Clock Speed
CPLD version
SW functionality
SW version
DPRAM version
DPRAM revision
Type of controller (KR C2ed05, KR C3)
Hardware version of the DSE
Clock frequency of the DSE used
Internal version numbers
11.12.5 RDC table
Under "System info", select 1.RDC2 > Table.
Procedure
„
Description
The measurement and configuration data of the RDC are displayed.
Data concerning the hardware configuration of the RDC are listed in the table
from line 88 onwards.
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Fig. 11-13: RDC table
Softkeys
Softkey
Description
PgDn
PgUp
Export
Refresh
Moves down one line in the table
Moves up one line in the table
Saves the current data to the hard drive
Starts / stops continuous updating of the
display
Updates the display
Start cont. display
11.12.6 RDC offset and symmetry adjustment
Under "System info", select 1.RDC2 > Offset and symmetry.
Procedure
„
Adjustment
Adjustment of the following values is carried out automatically:
„
Sine offset
„
Cosine offset
„
Sine calibration
„
Cosine calibration
In order to be able to determine the sine and cosine values correctly, every
axis must be moved through several revolutions of the motor.
Description
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The following parameters are displayed:
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Fig. 11-14: RDC offset and symmetry
Softkeys
Parameter
Description
1.RDC2 offset und symmetry
Displays all adjustment data for the axes
Softkey
Description
Set default values
The default values should be set after:
„
Exchanging motors
„
Exchanging the RDC module
„
Sporadic encoder errors
11.12.7 Check RDC-DSE communication
Under "System info", select 1.RDC2 > Check communication.
Procedure
„
Description
The following parameters are displayed:
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Fig. 11-15: Check communication
Parameter
Description
System info - Check communication
The RDC sends data words to the DSE in a
125 µs cycle. This function is used to check
the communication between the DSE and
the RDC
The last command the DSE has sent to the
RDC
Motor temperatures of axes 1 to 8
Encoded display of the encoder error bits
and EMT signals
Checksum for all transferred data
Displays the resolver position of axis nn.
The values vary during operation. If a
resolver position has the value 0, there is
an encoder error
If more than 3 transmissions have failed,
the value 0001 is displayed.
Sum of all incorrect transmissions since the
last "Reset comm. errors"
Order
Value
Error
Checksum
Axes 1 to 8
Communication error state
Communication error counter
Fig. 11-16: Encoded display of the encoder error bits and EMT signals
Softkeys
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Softkey
Description
Rest comm. errors
Sets errors to 0
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Softkey
Description
Refresh
Start cont. display
Updates the display
Starts / stops continuous updating of the
display
11.12.8 Drive bus diagnostics
Under "System info", select 1.Drive Bus > Diagnostics.
Procedure
„
Description
The following parameters are displayed:
Fig. 11-17: Drive bus diagnostics
Parameter
Description
Number of cycles
Number of data transmissions between
DSE and RDC since system switched on /
reset
Number of data errors in the data transmissions between DSE and RDC (sporadic
errors)
Number of consecutive data errors following the first three
Number of transmission errors
Data errors
Data errors in series
Ident errors
Data errors in series
Softkeys
Softkey
Description
Start cont. display
Starts / stops continuous updating of the
display
Updates the display
Refresh
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11.12.9 Drive bus error list
Under "System info", select 1.Drive Bus > Error list.
Procedure
„
Description
The error statistics are displayed with the drive bus running.
Fig. 11-18: Drive bus error list
Softkeys
Softkey
Description
Start cont. display
Starts / stops continuous updating of the
display
Updates the display
Reset
Reset
Reset
Refresh
Reset cycle counter
Reset errors
Reset error list
11.12.10Drive bus - KPS
Procedure
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„
Under "System info", select 1.Drive Bus > 01-KPS-2.
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Description
Fig. 11-19: Drive bus - KPS
Parameter
Description
Lecom error
Hardware version
„ Intermediate voltage
Lenze communication error number
Control and power units
Voltages, currents and temperatures of the
KPS
„
Low voltage supply
„
Accu voltage
„
Accu current
„
Ballast temperature
„
Heat sink temperature
Housing temperature
Operating time counter
„
Power-on time counter
1. and 2. code position
Intermediate circuit has been active for xx
hours
KPS has been active for xx hours
Polling of the current error memory and the
last 3 history entries
Code position:
Softkeys
„
161: current error
„
162: current error -1
„
163: current error -2
„
164: current error -3
Softkey
Description
Start cont. display
Starts / stops continuous updating of the
display
Updates the display
Saves the current code table to the hard
drive (example:
C:\KRC\Roboter\Log\Drivebus1-4_KSD18.log)
Refresh
Export Code Table
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11.12.11Drive bus - KSD-16
Under "System info", select 1.Drive Bus > 02-KSD-16.
Procedure
„
Description
The following parameters are displayed:
Fig. 11-20: Drive bus - KSD
Parameter
Description
Lecom error
Hardware version
Date of production
Serial number
Software version
„ Rated current
Lenze communication error number
Control and power units
Date
Number
Software version
Voltages, currents and temperatures of the
KSD
„
Maximum current
„
Intermediate voltage
„
Device load
„
Heat sink temperature
Polar wheel angle
Operating time counter
„
Power-on time counter
1. and 2. code position
Intermediate circuit has been active for xx
hours
KSD has been active for xx hours
Polling of the current error memory and the
last 3 history entries
Code position:
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161: current error
„
162: current error -1
„
163: current error -2
„
164: current error -3
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Softkeys
Softkey
Description
Start cont. display
Starts / stops continuous updating of the
display
Updates the display
Saves the current code table to the hard
drive (example:
C:\KRC\Roboter\Log\Drivebus1-4_KSD18.log)
Refresh
Export Code Table
11.12.12KPS600 error messages
IBS
trip
num
ber
Lecom
error
number
Message
text
0
1
3
0
72
105
"ok"
"Pr1-Trip"
"HO5-Trip"
5
6
71
11
"CCr-Trip"
"OC1-Trip"
8
15
"OC5-Trip"
10
39
24
50
52
79
"CH-Trip"
"CH2-Trip"
"Pr5-Trip"
28
65
"CE4-Trip"
35
131
"OV1-Trip"
36
132
"OV2-Trip"
19
31
32
33
34
32
121
122
123
124
"LP1-Trip"
"LV1-Trip"
"LV2-Trip"
"LV3-Trip"
"LV4-Trip"
41
30
37
141
142
112
"BR1-Trip"
"BR2-Trip"
"BEA-Trip"
40
111
"K1-Trip"
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Description
Device state OK
Checksum error in parameter set 1
Checksum error in the control unit
device set
Microcontroller crash
Ixt overload of the brake resistor
while charging
Ixt overload of the brake resistor
during operation
Overtemperature, heat sink
Overtemperature, interior
Communication error with the EEPROM in the control unit
Max. permissible number of communication errors with the drive bus
exceeded, causes short-circuit
braking
Overvoltage in intermediate circuit
while charging
Overvoltage in intermediate circuit
during operation
Mains phase failure
Low voltage supply undervoltage
Battery undervoltage, U<22 V
Battery undervoltage, U<19 V
Undervoltage in intermediate circuit while charging, 500 V threshold
not reached
Brake error, main axes
Brake error, external axes
Optocoupler for ballast resistor current detection signals that no current is flowing
Main contactor K1 stuck
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Valid from Firmware V0.3 onwards
IBS
trip
num
ber
11.13
Lecom
error
number
Message
text
0
1
3
0
72
105
"ok"
"Pr1-Trip"
"HO5-Trip"
5
6
71
11
"CCr-Trip"
"OC1-Trip"
7
8
10
11
12
15
50
91
"OC2-Trip"
"OC5-Trip"
"OH-Trip"
"EEr-Trip"
19
24
32
79
"LP1-Trip"
"Pr5-Trip"
28
65
"CE4-Trip"
43
80
"PR6-Trip"
44
106
"H06-Trip"
Description
Device state OK
Checksum error in parameter set 1
Checksum error in the control unit
device set
Microcontroller crash
Power unit overcurrent (short-circuit
or ground fault), hardware monitoring
Ground fault, software monitoring
I*t overload
Overtemperature, heat sink
External error, short-circuit braking
requested by the controller
Motor phase failure
Communication error with the EEPROM in the control unit
Max. permissible number of communication errors with the drive bus
exceeded, or too many toggle bit
errors in succession, causes shortcircuit braking.
Communication error with the EEPROM in the power unit
Checksum error in the power unit
device set
ESC diagnosis
Overview
The ESC diagnosis indicates the current state of the ESC circuit and the active
ESC signals. The current structure of the ESC circuit is determined when the
ESC diagnosis is started. The ESC diagnosis loads the suitable configuration
based on the structure it finds. A separate configuration can be defined for
each structure.
11.13.1 User interface
Open the menu via Monitor > ESC Diagnosis.
Procedure
„
Description
The type and number of nodes available depend on the periphery used. The
ESC diagnosis monitors all the robot controllers in a RoboTeam system. The
arrow keys can be used to navigate in the ESC diagnosis tool.
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Fig. 11-21: Example: a controller with three ESC nodes
Item
1
2
3
4
Description
Display of all the connected controllers. The controller currently
selected is highlighted.
Display of all the nodes present in the safety circuit. The activated node is highlighted.
Display of the signal statuses or the accumulated errors and the
location of the source of the errors.
Help text about the status and error display.
The next window is selected by pressing the Next Window softkey.
11.13.2 Log file
Procedure
1. Start recording data by pressing the Log on softkey. Data recording begins and the softkey label changes to Log off.
2. Stop recording data by pressing the Log off softkey.
Description
The states of all the ESC nodes can be recorded in the log file EscDiagnosis.log and saved in the directory C:\KRC\Roboter\Log. The log file is an ASCII file and can be opened using a text editor.
11.13.3 ESC circuit reset
Reset the ESC circuit by pressing the Reset softkey.
Procedure
„
Description
The ESC circuit can be reset after an error. The "Reset" softkey is only available if CI3 and MFC3 modules are being used.
11.13.4 Terminating ESC diagnosis
Procedure
„
Terminate ESC diagnosis by pressing the Close softkey.
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11.13.5 State display of the ESC nodes
Description
The states of an individual node and its values can be viewed in the state display. The values are updated cyclically. The state of the ESC node is shown
in color.
In the event of an error, the display automatically switches to the error display
and the relevant node and controller flash.
Fig. 11-22: State display (example)
Display
If a dual-channel error occurs, "Error" appears in the "Dual channel" box. The
states of the signals are displayed according to the current operating state of
the robot system.
Color
Red
Gray
Red
Gray
Red
Green
Gray
Green
Gray
Green
Green
Red
Red
Green
Red
Gray
Gray
Green
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State
Pressed
Released
Pressed
Released
Open
Closed
False
true
Not activated
Pressed
OK
Not OK
Not OK
OK
Panic
No panic
False
True
Element
Help text
Local E-STOP
External E-STOP
Operator safety
AUTO
E-STOP at local
ESC node
E-STOP in periphery
Operator safety
Auto mode
Enabling switch
Level 1
Qualifying input
Qualifying input
Drives OFF key
Drives enable
Enabling switch
Panic position
AE
AE bit
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Color
Gray
Green
Gray
Green
Gray
Green
Gray
Green
Gray
Green
Green
Gray
Gray
Green
Gray
Green
Gray
Green
State
False
True
False
True
False
True
False
True
False
True
False
True
Open
True
False
True
Not activated
Pressed
Element
Help text
ANA
E-STOP output
LNA
Local E-STOP
AAUTO
AUTO output
ATEST
TEST output
Res1
(Reserved signal)
RAE2
Drives contactor
auxiliary contact
E2 keyswitch
E2 keyswitch
TEST
TEST mode
Drives ON key
Activate drives
11.13.6 Error display of the ESC nodes
Procedure
„
Switch to the "Error view" window by pressing the Show Error softkey.
The error table is displayed. The softkey changes to Show data.
Description
Fig. 11-23: Error display (example)
The following errors can be displayed in the table:
Error
Error in node
Byte timeout during protocol reception
CRC error in protocol
Invalid header byte
Interface error
Operating mode error
No log received
Node XX
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Node XX
Node XX
Node XX
Node XX
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Error
Error in node
CCC_Error
Initialization error
Configuration error
Hardware error
Communication error
Software error
IO monitoring error
Error protocol received
Crossed connection error
RAM error
Output error
Output error: operating mode
Drives contactor auxiliary contact
error
Output error: local emergency stop
Output error, external E-STOP
Output error: AE coil
Crossed connection error
Crossed connection error
Crossed connection error
Crossed connection error
Crossed connection error
Crossed connection error
Crossed connection error
Crossed connection error
Node XX
Node XX
Node XX
Node XX
Node XX
Node XX
Node XX
Node XX
Node XX
Node XX
Node XX
Node XX
Node XX
Node XX
Node XX
Node XX
Local E-STOP
External E-STOP
Operator safety
Qualifying input
Enabling switch 1
E2 keyswitch
Panic position
Activate drives or enable drives
11.13.7 Displaying all status bits
The states of the status bits of all connected controllers and of the ESC
nodes in the ESC circuit can be displayed by pressing the Bit-Data softkey
(2).
Procedure
„
Description
The node bits are sorted by node number from top to bottom (1). If there are
two identical nodes in the ESC circuit (e.g. 2 KPS units), the designation of the
nodes should be modified in the configuration. This makes it possible to assign
them precisely.
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Fig. 11-24: State of the status bits in the ESC circuit
11.13.8 Configuring controllers
„
A controller must be highlighted.
„
Switch to Expert level.
Procedure
„
Open menu by pressing the Configure softkey.
Description
All the nodes present in the ESC circuit are determined when the ESC diagnosis is started. The number of nodes and the order of the node types define
the structure of the ESC circuit. A separate configuration can be defined for
each structure. The ESC diagnosis loads the suitable configuration based on
the structure it finds.
Preconditions
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Fig. 11-25: Controller configuration menu
The KUKA default settings are overwritten.
Softkey
Softkey
Description
Next Window
Insert Rob.
Delete Rob.
Move left
Move right
The first node is highlighted.
A controller is added.
The selected controller is removed.
The selected controller is moved to the left.
The selected controller is moved to the
right.
Modifications are saved on the hard drive.
Closes the program without saving the
changes.
OK
Abort
The default setting envisages just one controller in an ESC circuit. If the ESC
circuit passes through more than one controller, these additional controllers
must be added manually.
11.13.9 Configuring the controller properties
Description
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The four property boxes of the selected controller are displayed in the Setup
menu. The controller designations are entered and modified in the property
boxes.
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Fig. 11-26: Example: robot property boxes
Parameter
Description
Name
Shortcut
Icon
Config name
Name of the controller
Short designation of the controller
Controller icon
Name of the current configuration set
The contents of the Config name box are valid for all controllers. It is only
necessary to enter the configuration name once.
11.13.10Configuring ESC nodes
Precondition
„
A node must be highlighted.
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Description
Fig. 11-27: Configuring ESC nodes
Softkey
Softkey
Description
Next Window
Show signals / Property
The first node is highlighted.
Toggles between configuring the properties
and configuring the signals.
Assigns ESC nodes to a controller.
The selected ESC node is moved to the
left.
The selected ESC node is moved to the
right.
Modifications are saved on the hard drive.
Closes the program without saving the
changes.
Drag / Drop
Move left
Move right
OK
Abort
11.13.11Selecting the display for signals
Procedure
1. Select ESC node.
2. Display the signals of the ESC node by pressing the softkey Show signals. A list of all ESC signals appears. The softkey changes to Property.
Description
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The up and down arrow keys can be used to select a signal. The display of the
signals can be activated or deactivated for the ESC diagnosis by pressing the
space bar.
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Fig. 11-28: Example: signals of a KCP ESC node
11.13.12Selecting the properties of the ESC node
Procedure
„
Display the property boxes for by pressing the Property softkey.
The property boxes of the selected ESC node are displayed and the
softkey changes to Show signals.
Description
The four property boxes of the selected ESC node appear in the Setup menu.
The node properties can be entered and modified in these property boxes.
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Fig. 11-29: Example: KPS property boxes
Parameter
Description
Name
Shortcut
Icon
Config name
Name of the node
Short designation of the node
Node icon
Name of the current configuration set
11.13.13Assigning ESC nodes to a controller
Description
The softkeys can be used to assign an ESC node to a specific controller.
Procedure
1. Select the ESC icon to be moved.
2. Press the Drag softkey. The softkey changes to Drop.
3. Select the icon of the controller to which the ESC node is to be assigned.
4. Press the Drop softkey in the softkey bar. The selected ESC node is removed from the old controller, integrated into the new controller and added
to the end of the ESC node list.
11.13.14Error messages and troubleshooting
Message text
Cause
Troubleshooting
Byte timeout during receipt of
log
Defective KCP or KPS, defective CI3 board, defective connectors or connecting cables,
voltage dips.
Defective KCP or KPS, defective CI3 board, defective connectors or connecting cables,
voltage dips.
Exchange the defective module, carry out a visual inspection of the bus wiring, check the
CI3 board LEDs.
Exchange the defective module, carry out a visual inspection of the bus wiring.
CRC error in protocol
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Message text
Cause
Troubleshooting
Invalid header byte
Defective KCP or KPS, defective CI3 board, defective connectors or connecting cables,
voltage dips.
Defective KCP or KPS, defective CI3 board, defective connectors or connecting cables,
voltage dips.
Defective KCP, defective connectors or connecting cables,
voltage dips.
Defective KCP, defective connectors or connecting cables,
voltage dips.
Two KCPs in the ESC circuit!
Only one KCP (master) may be
present in the circuit. Wrong
configuration on ESC master
(KCP).
Wrong KCP used.
General message.
Exchange the defective module, carry out a visual inspection of the bus wiring.
Interface error
Operating mode error
No protocol received
Initialization error
Configuration error
Hardware error
PICA/PICB
Communication error
ESC chip from which the message comes.
Defective KCP, KPS or CI3
board, EMC interference,
defective connectors or connecting cables.
Software error
I/O monitoring error
RAM error
Relay error
Output error
Output error: operating mode
Drives contactor auxiliary contact error
Output error: local emergency
stop
Output error: AE coil
Crossed connection error on:
Local E-STOP
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TA24V/A-B or input channels
A/B interchanged, drives contactor return not connected.
RAM error.
Two modules are active, the
relay on the module is stuck, or
two operating modes are
selected.
General message.
Relay error (operating mode),
incorrect KCP variant, defective mode selector switch on
cabinet.
Auxiliary contact or coil not
wired, or wired incorrectly,
jumper not plugged in, KPS
defective.
Relay error (EMERGENCY
STOP).
Mains contactor fault.
Short-circuit TA24(A) /
TA24(B). Single-channel wiring. Channels A-B interchanged.
Exchange the defective module, carry out a visual inspection of the bus wiring.
Exchange the defective module, carry out a visual inspection of the bus wiring.
Exchange the defective module, carry out a visual inspection of the bus wiring.
Disconnect second KCP.
Exchange KCP.
Hardware fault in node xx;
observe other error messages.
Relevant in the case of supervisor errors.
Exchange the defective module, reduce the interference,
carry out a visual inspection of
the bus wiring.
Exchange module with software error.
Check the wiring to the inputs
and the external contactor.
Exchange module.
Exchange CI3 board.
Exchange CI3 board.
Check wiring to external contactor (auxiliary contact), check
jumper X123 on KPS600,
exchange KPS600.
Check periphery.
Check wiring to external contactor, exchange KPS600.
Check wiring of the input for
local E-Stop (NA).
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Message text
Cause
Troubleshooting
Crossed connection error on:
External E-STOP
Short-circuit TA24(A) /
TA24(B). Single-channel wiring. Channels A-B interchanged.
Short-circuit TA24(A) /
TA24(B). Single-channel wiring. Channels A-B interchanged.
Short-circuit TA24(A) /
TA24(B). Single-channel wiring. Channels A-B interchanged.
Short-circuit TA24(A) /
TA24(B). Single-channel wiring. Channels A-B interchanged.
Short-circuit TA24(A) /
TA24(B). Single-channel wiring. Channels A-B interchanged.
Short-circuit TA24(A) /
TA24(B). Single-channel wiring. Channels A-B interchanged.
Short-circuit TA24(A) /
TA24(B). Single-channel wiring. Channels A-B interchanged.
Short-circuit TA24(A) /
TA24(B). The signals "Activate
drives" and "Enable drives"
have been interchanged.
Check wiring of the input for
external E-Stop (ENA).
Crossed connection error on:
Operator safety
Crossed connection error on:
Qualifying input
Crossed connection error on:
Enabling switch 1
Crossed connection error on:
Operating mode switch
Crossed connection error on:
E2 keyswitch
Crossed connection error on:
Enabling switch 2
Crossed connection error on:
Activate drives or enable drives
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Check wiring of the input for
operator safety (BS).
Check wiring of the input for
qualifying input (QE).
Check wiring of the input for
enabling switch 1 (ZS1).
Check wiring of the input for
operating mode (Auto/Test).
Check wiring of the input for
keyswitch E2.
Check wiring of the input for
enabling switch 2 panic position (ZS2).
Verdrahtung der Eingänge
Antriebe aktivieren (AA) und
Antriebsfreigabe (AF) überprüfen.
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12
Appendix
Name
Definition
Edition
73/23/EEC
Low Voltage Directive:
1993
89/336/EEC
Council Directive of 19 February 1973 on
the harmonization of the laws of Member
States relating to electrical equipment
designed for use within certain voltage
limits
EMC Directive:
1993
97/23/EC
Council Directive of 3 May 1989 on the
approximation of the laws of the Member
States relating to electromagnetic compatibility
Pressure Equipment Directive:
1997
98/37/EC
Directive of the European Parliament
and of the Council of 29 May 1997 on
the approximation of the laws of the
Member States concerning pressure
equipment
Machinery Directive:
1998
EN 418
Directive of the European Parliament
and of the Council of 22 June 1998 on
the approximation of the laws of the
Member States relating to machinery
Safety of machinery:
1993
EN 563
EMERGENCY STOP equipment, functional aspects; principles for design
Safety of machinery:
2000
EN 614-1
Temperatures of touchable surfaces Ergonomics data to establish temperature limit values for hot surfaces
Safety of machinery:
1995
EN 775
Ergonomic design principles – Part 1:
Terms and general principles
Industrial robots:
1993
EN 954-1
Safety
Safety of machinery:
1997
EN 55011
EN 60204-1
Safety-related parts of control systems Part 1: General principles for design
Industrial, scientific and medical (ISM)
radio-frequency equipment – Radio disturbance characteristics – Limits and
methods of measurement
Safety of machinery:
2003
1998
Electrical equipment of machines - Part
1: General requirements
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Name
Definition
Edition
EN 61000-4-4
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC):
2002
EN 61000-4-5
Part 4-4: Testing and measurement techniques - Electrical fast transient/burst
immunity test
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC):
2001
EN 61000-6-2
Part 4-5: Testing and measurement techniques; Surge immunity test
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC):
2002
EN 61000-6-4
Part 6-2: Generic standards - Immunity
for industrial environments
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC):
2002
EN 61800-3
Part 6-4: Generic standards; Emission
standard for industrial environments
Adjustable speed electrical power drive
systems:
2001
EN ISO 12100-1
Part 3: EMC product standard including
specific test methods
Safety of machinery:
2004
EN ISO 12100-2
Basic concepts, general principles for
design - Part 1: Basic terminology, methodology
Safety of machinery:
2004
Basic concepts, general principles for
design - Part 2: Technical principles
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13
KUKA Service
13.1
Requesting support
Introduction
The KUKA Robot Group documentation offers information on operation and
provides assistance with troubleshooting. For further assistance, please contact your local KUKA subsidiary.
Faults leading to production downtime are to be reported to the local KUKA
subsidiary within one hour of their occurrence.
Information
13.2
The following information is required for processing a support request:
„
Model and serial number of the robot
„
Model and serial number of the controller
„
Model and serial number of the linear unit (if applicable)
„
Version of the KUKA System Software
„
Optional software or modifications
„
Archive of the software
„
Application used
„
Any external axes used
„
Description of the problem, duration and frequency of the fault
KUKA Customer Support
Availability
KUKA Customer Support is available in many countries. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
Argentina
Ruben Costantini S.A. (Agency)
Luis Angel Huergo 13 20
Parque Industrial
2400 San Francisco (CBA)
Argentina
Tel. +54 3564 421033
Fax +54 3564 428877
[email protected]
Australia
Marand Precision Engineering Pty. Ltd. (Agency)
153 Keys Road
Moorabbin
Victoria 31 89
Australia
Tel. +61 3 8552-0600
Fax +61 3 8552-0605
[email protected]
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Austria
KUKA Roboter GmbH
Vertriebsbüro Österreich
Regensburger Strasse 9/1
4020 Linz
Austria
Tel. +43 732 784752
Fax +43 732 793880
[email protected]
www.kuka-roboter.at
Belgium
KUKA Automatisering + Robots N.V.
Centrum Zuid 1031
3530 Houthalen
Belgium
Tel. +32 11 516160
Fax +32 11 526794
[email protected]
www.kuka.be
Brazil
KUKA Roboter do Brasil Ltda.
Avenida Franz Liszt, 80
Parque Novo Mundo
Jd. Guançã
CEP 02151 900 São Paulo
SP Brazil
Tel. +55 11 69844900
Fax +55 11 62017883
[email protected]
Chile
Robotec S.A. (Agency)
Santiago de Chile
Chile
Tel. +56 2 331-5951
Fax +56 2 331-5952
[email protected]
www.robotec.cl
China
KUKA Flexible Manufacturing Equipment (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
Shanghai Qingpu Industrial Zone
No. 502 Tianying Rd.
201712 Shanghai
P.R. China
Tel. +86 21 5922-8652
Fax +86 21 5922-8538
[email protected]
www.kuka.cn
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France
KUKA Automatisme + Robotique SAS
Techvallée
6 Avenue du Parc
91140 Villebon s/Yvette
France
Tel. +33 1 6931-6600
Fax +33 1 6931-6601
[email protected]
www.kuka.fr
Germany
KUKA Roboter GmbH
Blücherstr. 144
86165 Augsburg
Germany
Tel. +49 821 797-4000
Fax +49 821 797-1616
[email protected]
www.kuka-roboter.de
Hungary
KUKA Robotics Hungaria Kft.
Fö út 140
2335 Taksony
Hungary
Tel. +36 24 501609
Fax +36 24 477031
[email protected]
India
KUKA Robotics, Private Limited
621 Galleria Towers
DLF Phase IV
122 002 Gurgaon
Haryana
India
Tel. +91 124 4148574
[email protected]
www.kuka.in
Italy
KUKA Roboter Italia S.p.A.
Via Pavia 9/a - int.6
10098 Rivoli (TO)
Italy
Tel. +39 011 959-5013
Fax +39 011 959-5141
[email protected]
www.kuka.it
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Korea
KUKA Robot Automation Korea Co. Ltd.
4 Ba 806 Sihwa Ind. Complex
Sung-Gok Dong, Ansan City
Kyunggi Do
425-110
Korea
Tel. +82 31 496-9937 or -9938
Fax +82 31 496-9939
[email protected]
Malaysia
KUKA Robot Automation Sdn Bhd
South East Asia Regional Office
No. 24, Jalan TPP 1/10
Taman Industri Puchong
47100 Puchong
Selangor
Malaysia
Tel. +60 3 8061-0613 or -0614
Fax +60 3 8061-7386
[email protected]
Mexico
KUKA de Mexico S. de R.L. de C.V.
Rio San Joaquin #339, Local 5
Colonia Pensil Sur
C.P. 11490 Mexico D.F.
Mexico
Tel. +52 55 5203-8407
Fax +52 55 5203-8148
[email protected]
Norway
KUKA Sveiseanlegg + Roboter
Bryggeveien 9
2821 Gjövik
Norway
Tel. +47 61 133422
Fax +47 61 186200
[email protected]
Portugal
KUKA Sistemas de Automatización S.A.
Rua do Alto da Guerra n° 50
Armazém 04
2910 011 Setúbal
Portugal
Tel. +351 265 729780
Fax +351 265 729782
[email protected]
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Russia
KUKA-VAZ Engineering
Jushnoje Chaussee, 36 VAZ, PTO
445633 Togliatti
Russia
Tel. +7 8482 391249 or 370564
Fax +7 8482 736730
[email protected]
South Africa
Jendamark Automation LTD (Agency)
76a York Road
North End
6000 Port Elizabeth
South Africa
Tel. +27 41 391 4700
Fax +27 41 373 3869
www.jendamark.co.za
Spain
KUKA Sistemas de Automatización S.A.
Pol. Industrial
Torrent de la Pastera
Carrer del Bages s/n
08800 Vilanova i la Geltrú (Barcelona)
Spain
Tel. +34 93 814-2353
Fax +34 93 814-2950
[email protected]
www.kuka-e.com
Sweden
KUKA Svetsanläggningar + Robotar AB
A. Odhners gata 15
421 30 Västra Frölunda
Sweden
Tel. +46 31 7266-200
Fax +46 31 7266-201
[email protected]
Switzerland
KUKA Roboter Schweiz AG
Riedstr. 7
8953 Dietikon
Switzerland
Tel. +41 44 74490-90
Fax +41 44 74490-91
[email protected]
www.kuka-roboter.ch
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Taiwan
KUKA Robot Automation Taiwan Co. Ltd.
136, Section 2, Huanjung E. Road
Jungli City, Taoyuan
Taiwan 320
Tel. +886 3 4371902
Fax +886 3 2830023
[email protected]
www.kuka.com.tw
Thailand
KUKA Robot Automation (M)SdnBhd
Thailand Office
c/o Maccall System Co. Ltd.
49/9-10 Soi Kingkaew 30 Kingkaew Road
Tt. Rachatheva, A. Bangpli
Samutprakarn
10540 Thailand
Tel. +66 2 7502737
Fax +66 2 6612355
[email protected]
www.kuka-roboter.de
UK
KUKA Automation + Robotics
Hereward Rise
Halesowen
B62 8AN
UK
Tel. +44 121 585-0800
Fax +44 121 585-0900
[email protected]
USA
KUKA Robotics Corp.
22500 Key Drive
Clinton Township
48036 Michigan
USA
Tel. +1 866 8735852
Fax +1 586 5692087
[email protected]
www.kukarobotics.com
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Index
Index
Numbers
2nd RDC 31
73/23/EEC 53, 145
89/336/EEC 53, 145
97/23/EC 145
98/37/EC 53, 145
A
Accessories 11
Appendix 145
Archiving 16
Arrow keys 20
Assigning ESC nodes 142
Automatic mode 64
Axis range limitation 59
Axis range monitoring 60
B
Basic data 47, 48
Batteries 19
Batteries, exchange 95
Battery discharge protection, reversing 82
Battery storage instruction 96
BIOS 15
Brake control 47
Brake defect 62
Braking distance 55
Braking, path-maintaining 56
Braking, path-oriented 56
C
Cabinet cooling 38
Cable lengths 48, 68
Category 3 55
CD-ROM drive 16
CD-ROM drive, removal and installation 96
CE mark 53
CEE connector 40, 68
CI3 boards 25
CI3 Bus board 29
CI3 Bus board connections 30
CI3 Bus board fuses 109
CI3 Bus board LEDs 110
CI3 Extended board 28
CI3 Extended board connections 28
CI3 Extended board fuses 108
CI3 Extended board LEDs 108
CI3 Extended board relays 29
CI3 Standard board 26
CI3 Standard board connections 27
CI3 Standard board fuses 107
CI3 Standard board LEDs 107
CI3 Standard board relays 27
CI3 Tech board 31
CI3 Tech board connections 31
CI3 Tech board fuses 110
CI3 Tech board LEDs 111
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CI3 Tech board relays 32
Circuits, safety-oriented 55
COM 1, serial interface 14
COM 2, serial interface 14
Connecting cables 11
Connecting cables, connecting 80
Connecting the KCP 81
Connecting the power supply 81
Connection conditions 67
Connection panel 11
Connector pin allocation X11 72
Control cables 39
Control PC 11, 12, 48
Control unit 48
Controller configuration 138
Controllers, configuration 137
Cooling circuits 38
Cooling unit 39
Customer equipment 45
D
Data cable X21 45
Declaration of incorporation 53
Description of the robot system 11
Digital servo-electronics, DSE-IBS-C33 18
Dimensions of robot controller 49
Direction of rotation of external fan, checking 83
Documentation, robot system 9
Drives enable 25
Drives OFF 20, 23, 57
Drives ON 20, 23, 25, 57
Drives ON, output 25
DSE-IBS-C33 card, exchange 99
DSE-RDW diagnostic tool 120
Dual-channel 23
E
EC declaration of conformity 53
Electromagnetic compatibility, EMC 65
EMC Directive 53, 145
EMERGENCY STOP 20, 53, 55
EMERGENCY STOP button 58
Emergency Stop button 57
EMERGENCY STOP circuit 70
EMERGENCY STOP circuit, connecting 82
EMERGENCY STOP function 64
EN 418 145
EN 55011 145
EN 563 145
EN 60204-1 145
EN 61000-4-4 146
EN 61000-4-5 146
EN 61000-6-2 146
EN 61000-6-4 146
EN 614-1 145
EN 61800-3 146
EN 775 145
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EN ISO 12100-1 146
EN ISO 12100-2 146
Enabling 23, 57
Enabling switch 21, 57
Enabling switches 25, 58, 59
Enter key 20
Environmental conditions 47
Error displays, KPS 600 112
Error messages on the KSD 115
Error messages, KPS-27 115
ESC 57
ESC chips 24
ESC circuit reset 133
ESC diagnosis 132
ESC diagnosis, terminating 133
ESC diagnostic user interface 132
ESC key 20
ESC nodes 24, 134, 135
ESC nodes, configuration 139
ESC power supply 73
ESC Reset 28, 29, 30, 32
Ethernet 14
Exchanging the hard drive 98
Exchanging the KVGA card 98
External E-STOP 24
External EMERGENCY STOP 23, 57
External fan, exchange 91
External monitor (KVGA) 14
External safeguards 53
F
Fans 32
Faults 62
Field bus communication error messages 106
Filter mats 38
Floppy disk drive 16
Floppy disk drive, removal and installation 97
Function test 63
Fuse elements 32
Fuses 35
G
General safety measures 62
Guard interlock 57
H
Hard drive 16
Harting connector 40, 68
I
Installation conditions 66
Installation site 53
Installation, KUKA System Software 102
Installing the robot controller 80
Interface, X11 71
Interfaces 39
Interference voltages 38
Intermediate circuit 34
Internal fan, exchange 90
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Introduction 9
J
Jog mode 57, 59
K
KCP 11, 62
KCP connection 39
KCP connector X19 42
KCP coupler 21
KCP coupler LEDs 117
KCP coupler troubleshooting 119
KCP coupler, display 85
KCP coupler, operator control elements 85
KCP coupler, planning 75
KCP coupler, removal and installation 102
KCP error messages 105
KCP, coupling 85
KCP, uncoupling 85
Keypad 20
KPS-27, exchange 100
KPS600, exchange 100
KSD sizes 37
KSD, exchange 101
KSD, KUKA Servo Drive 36
KUKA Control Panel 19, 48
KUKA Customer Support 147
KUKA VGA card, KVGA 18
KUKA.SafeRobot 61
L
Labeling 56
Language, setting 121
Lifting frame 77
Load bearing capacity of ceiling 53
Load bearing capacity of ground 53
Load bearing capacity of wall 53
Local E-STOP 24, 25
Local EMERGENCY STOP 23, 57
Log file 133
Low Voltage Directive 53, 145
Low-voltage power supply, KPS-27 36
LPT1, parallel interface 14
M
Machinery Directive 53, 145
Main memory 15
Main switch 32
Mains contactor 33
Mains filter 33, 38
Maintenance 87
Maintenance table, robot controller 87
Master 16
Mechanical axis range limitation 59
Mechanical end stops 59
Memory modules, exchange 94
Menu keys 20
MFC3 card, exchange 99
MFC3 error messages 105
Minimum clearances, robot controller 49
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Minimum clearances, top-mounted / technology
cabinet 50
Mode selector switch 20
Motherboard 15
Motherboard battery 94
Motor cables 39
Motor connector X20 43
Motor connector X7 44
Mounting plate for customer components 45
Multi-function card, MFC3 16
N
Node periphery 23
Numeric keypad 20
O
On-board network card 15
Operating mode 25
Operating modes 23, 57
Operation 85
Operator 61
Operator safety 23, 25, 57
Operator safety input 57
Options 11
Overload 62
Overview of planning 65
Overview of the robot controller 11
Overview of the safety features 57
Overview, start-up 79
P
Panic position 58, 59
Path-maintaining 56
Path-oriented 56
PC fans, exchange 93
PC fault profiles 103
PC interfaces 13, 15
PC slot assignment 14
PC, exchange 92
PE equipotential bonding 74
PE equipotential bonding, connecting 81
Planning, overview 65
Plates and labels 50
Power cable 39
Power failure 19
Power supply connection 68
Power supply connection via XS1 69
Power supply connection X1 Harting connector 69
Power supply connection, technical data 47, 67
Power supply connection, X1, XS1 40
Power supply unit, KPS 600 33
Power supply units 32
Power unit 11, 32
Pressure Equipment Directive 145
Pressure relief plug, exchange 91
Processor 15
Product description 11
Programming 64
Properties, KUKA.SafeRobot 61
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Q
Qualifying input 25
R
Ramp-down braking 56
Rating plate 21
RCCB, trip current difference 47, 68
Reduced velocity 57
Release device 60
Request button 85
Request LED 85
Robot 11, 55
Robot controller 11
Robot controller, cleaning 88
Robot system 11
RoboTeam, Shared Pendant 31
RTAcc chip 17
S
Safeguard 70
Safeguard, connecting 82
SafeRobot 31
Safety 53
Safety features 57
Safety fences 53
Safety gates 54
Safety information 56
Safety instructions 9
Safety logic 11, 57
Safety logic, Electronic Safety Circuit, ESC 23
Safety zone 54
Safety-oriented circuits 55
SafetyBUS Gateway 31
SafetyBUS p, Gateway board 29
Selecting signals 140
Serial real-time interface 14
Service jumper plug X11 89
Service, KUKA Roboter 147
Servo drive modules, KSD 32
Setting 63
Short-circuit braking 56
Signal diagrams 71
Softkeys 20
Software 11
Software limit switches 57, 60
Space Mouse 20
Special keyswitch 25
SSB GUI 20
Start backwards key 20
Start key 20, 21
Start-up 63, 79
Start-up overview 79
Starting circuit 33
Status bits 136
Status keys 20
STOP 0 55, 57
STOP 1 55, 57
STOP 2 55
STOP key 20
Stop reactions 55
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Support request 147
Swing range for cabinet door 50
Switching on the robot controller 82
System integrator 53, 61
T
Target group 9
Teach pendant 11
Technical data 47
Technical data, KCP coupler 48
Temperature monitoring 33
Test output 24
Test output A 73
Test output B 73
Top-mounted cabinet 31
Training program 9
Transport position 63
Transportation 63, 77
Transportation, fork lift truck 78
Transportation, lifting tackle 77
Troubleshooting 103
U
Universal-current sensitive 47, 68
USB activation 14
User 61
V
Vibration resistance 48
W
Warnings 9
Window selection key 20
Working range limitation 59
Workspace 54
X
X11, configuring and connecting 82
X19 connector pin allocation 42
X20 connector pin allocation 43
X21 connector pin allocation 45
X7 motor connector 44
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