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    Rev.5 EM079P1591F RC170 Option Teach Pendant TP1[...]

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    ii RC170 Option Teach Pendant TP1 Rev.5[...]

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    TP1 Rev.5 i RC170 Option Teach Pendant U TP1 Rev.5 [...]

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    ii TP1 Rev.5 FOREWORD Thank you for purchasing our robot products. This manual contains the in[...]

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    TP1 Rev.5 iii TRADEMARKS Microsoft, W indows, and W indows logo are either registered trademarks[...]

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    iv TP1 Rev.5 MANUFACTURER & SUPPLIER SEIKO EPSON CORPORA TION Japan & Others S[...]

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    TP1 Rev.5 v TABLE OF CONTENTS Functions & Installation 1 Safety 3 1.1 Convent ions...[...]

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    Table of Contents vi TP1 Rev.5 Operation 1 Teaching Procedure 27 1.1 Jog Oper ation ..[...]

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    Table of Contents TP1 Rev.5 vii 2.7 Calibrating Origin : E2 Series / G Seri es ..............[...]

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    Table of Contents viii TP1 Rev.5[...]

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    Functions & Installation This section contains info rmation about functions and installation[...]

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    Functions & Installation 1. Safety TP1 Rev.5 3 1. Safety 1.1 Conventions Important sa[...]

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    Functions & Installation 1. Safety 4 TP1 Rev.5  Only authorized personnel who ha[...]

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    Functions & Installation 1. Safety TP1 Rev.5 5  Do not shock the Teach Pendant phy[...]

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    Functions & Installation 1. Safety 6 TP1 Rev.5 EN 894-3 Safety of machinery - Ergonom[...]

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    Functions & Installation 1. Safety TP1 Rev.5 7 1.3 EMERGENCY STOP W A RNING [...]

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    Functions & Installation 1. Safety 8 TP1 Rev.5 1.4 Mode Selector Key Switch The m[...]

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    Functions & Installation 2. Specifications TP1 Rev.5 9 2. S pecifications 2.1 Pa[...]

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    Functions & Installation 2. Specifications 10 TP1 Rev.5 (1) Mode Selector Key switc[...]

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    Functions & Installation 2. Specifications TP1 Rev.5 11 2.2 Standard Specifications [...]

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    Functions & Installation 3. Installation 12 TP1 Rev.5 3. Inst allation 3.1 Contents[...]

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    Functions & Installation 3. Installation TP1 Rev.5 13 3.4 Connection This section indica[...]

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    Functions & Installation 3. Installation 14 TP1 Rev.5 The shape of the cable connector [...]

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    Functions & Installation 3. Installation TP1 Rev.5 15 3.5 Power Supply The power of the[...]

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    Functions & Installation 3. Installation 16 TP1 Rev.5 3.6 Wall Bracket (Option) O[...]

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    Functions & Installation 3. Installation TP1 Rev.5 17 Mount and Use Mount the Teach Pend[...]

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    Functions & Installation 4. Operation Mode (TEACH/AUTO) 18 TP1 Rev.5 4. Operation M[...]

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    Functions & Installation 4. Operation Mode (TEACH/AUTO) TP1 Rev.5 19 4.2 Switch Operati[...]

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    Functions & Installation 5. O peration Panel (Key Description) 20 TP1 Rev.5 5. Op[...]

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    Functions & Installation 5. O peration Panel (Key Description) TP1 Rev.5 21 Arrow Keys [...]

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    Functions & Installation 5. O peration Panel (Key Description) 22 TP1 Rev.5 Jog Keys[...]

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    Functions & Installation 6. Enable Switch TP1 Rev.5 23 6. Enable Switch In TEACH m ode,[...]

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    Functions & Installation 6. Enable Switch 24 TP1 Rev.5[...]

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    27 Operation This section contains info rmation about operation of the T each Penda[...]

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    Operation 1. Teaching Procedure TP1 Rev.5 27 1. T eaching Procedure The basic jog opera[...]

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    Operation 1. Teaching Procedure 28 TP1 Rev.5 1.2 Teaching Apply the Robot position to the[...]

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    Operation 1. Teaching Procedure TP1 Rev.5 29 1.3 Direct Teaching “Direct teach” is [...]

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    Operation 1. Teaching Procedure 30 TP1 Rev.5 (7) Press the <Save Points> key to displ[...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode TP1 Rev.5 31 2. TEACH Mode Switch the mode selector key switch [...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode 32 TP1 Rev.5 2.1 [Jog & Teach] This section indicates setti[...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode TP1 Rev.5 33 2.1.3 Specifying Jog Speed Press the <Speed&g[...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode 34 TP1 Rev.5 2.1.7 Motor ON/OFF Press the <Motor> key to s[...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode TP1 Rev.5 35 2.1.10 Saving Point Data to File (1) Press the [...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode 36 TP1 Rev.5 2.2 Editing Points This section indicates settings [...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode TP1 Rev.5 37 2.3 Changing Jog Distance Data This section indi[...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode 38 TP1 Rev.5 2.4 Arm/Tool/Local/ECP This section indicates settin[...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode TP1 Rev.5 39 2.5 Executing I/O Commands This section indicates[...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode 40 TP1 Rev.5 2.6 Executing Motion Commands 2.6.1 E2 Series [...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode TP1 Rev.5 41 2.7 Calibrating Origin : E2 Series / G Series T[...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode 42 TP1 Rev.5 2.7.1 Calibration Procedures (E2 Series) CAUT[...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode TP1 Rev.5 43 Move the cursor to the joint to calibrate. Press th[...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode 44 TP1 Rev.5 (6) Manually move the joint that needs origin alignm e[...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode TP1 Rev.5 45 (7) Press the <F2> key. The following screen a[...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode 46 TP1 Rev.5 (12) T u rn OFF the DIP switch and mount the acryli[...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode TP1 Rev.5 47 (15) The following screen appears. Press the <Mot[...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode 48 TP1 Rev.5 (18) The following screen appears. Press the <F [...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode TP1 Rev.5 49 The following screen appears during Go P1 execution. [...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode 50 TP1 Rev.5 (22) The origin calibration completed screen appears. [...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode TP1 Rev.5 51 (3) The following screen appears. Move the cursor[...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode 52 TP1 Rev.5 (5) Manually move the joint that needs origin alignm e[...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode TP1 Rev.5 53 (6) Press the <F2> key. The following screen a[...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode 54 TP1 Rev.5 (9) The following screen appears. Press the <OK&[...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode TP1 Rev.5 55 The following screen appears after executing the tempo[...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode 56 TP1 Rev.5 (13) The following screen appears after Go P1 executio[...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode TP1 Rev.5 57 2.7.3 Setting Righty / Lefty (E2 Series / G Serei[...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode 58 TP1 Rev.5 (4) Continue to press the <OK> key with the ena[...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode TP1 Rev.5 59 The following screen appears during Jump P1. (7) Th[...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode 60 TP1 Rev.5 2.8 Calibrating Origin : PS Series This section i[...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode TP1 Rev.5 61 (4) The following screen appears. Move the cursor [...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode 62 TP1 Rev.5 (6) The Controller reboots and the following screen ap[...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode TP1 Rev.5 63 (9) Select a point data that is easy to verify the ac[...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode 64 TP1 Rev.5 (12) The following screen appears. Press the <F [...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode TP1 Rev.5 65 (14) The following screen appears after Go P0 executi[...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode 66 TP1 Rev.5 2.9 Releasing Brake (PS series only) This section[...]

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    Operation 2. TEACH Mode TP1 Rev.5 67 To turn the brake ON (4) Press the <Jog+> key [...]

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    Operation 3. AUTO Mode 68 TP1 Rev.5 3. AUT O Mode Switch the m ode selector key switch [...]

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    Operation 3. AUTO Mode TP1 Rev.5 69 Switch the mode selector key switch to “A uto” to di[...]

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    Operation 3. AUTO Mode 70 TP1 Rev.5 3.1 Program Command Display This screen displays me[...]

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    Operation 3. AUTO Mode TP1 Rev.5 71 3.2 I/O Monitor This screen displays the bit status [...]

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    Operation 3. AUTO Mode 72 TP1 Rev.5 3.4 Task Monitor This screen displays the status of [...]

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    Operation 3. AUTO Mode TP1 Rev.5 73 3.5 System History This screen displays a history of[...]

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    Operation 3. AUTO Mode 74 TP1 Rev.5 3.6 Program Mode This section indicates settings in [...]

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    Operation 3. AUTO Mode TP1 Rev.5 75 3.6.1 Open Programs (1) In the [Program Mode] scree[...]

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    Operation 3. AUTO Mode 76 TP1 Rev.5 Entering programs The character and num erical value [...]

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    Operation 3. AUTO Mode TP1 Rev.5 77 (3) Enter “170”. Press the <Alph / Num> key[...]

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    Operation 3. AUTO Mode 78 TP1 Rev.5 Save programs Save programs after editing the progra[...]

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    Operation 3. AUTO Mode TP1 Rev.5 79 Search character strings Search for character strings[...]

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    Operation 3. AUTO Mode 80 TP1 Rev.5 Jumping to a specified line in the program (1) Move th[...]

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    Operation 3. AUTO Mode TP1 Rev.5 81 3.6.2 Building Projects Follow the procedure below t[...]

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    Operation 3. AUTO Mode 82 TP1 Rev.5 3.6.3 Backing up Projects Backs up projects to USB [...]

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    Operation 3. AUTO Mode TP1 Rev.5 83 3.6.4 Restore Projects Restores projects backed up i[...]

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    Operation 3. AUTO Mode 84 TP1 Rev.5 3.6.5 Import Files Imports “Prg”, “ Inc” and[...]

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    Operation 3. AUTO Mode TP1 Rev.5 85 3.6.6 Export Files Exports “Prg”, “Inc” and [...]

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    Operation 3. AUTO Mode 86 TP1 Rev.5 (6) The following screen appears. Press the <OK>[...]

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    Operation 3. AUTO Mode TP1 Rev.5 87 3.6.7 Backup System Backs up system files in the Con[...]

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    Operation 3. AUTO Mode 88 TP1 Rev.5 (6) The following screen appears. Press the <OK&g[...]

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    Operation 3. AUTO Mode TP1 Rev.5 89 3.6.8 Restore System Restores system files backed up[...]

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    Operation 3. AUTO Mode 90 TP1 Rev.5 (7) The following screen appears. Press the <F1>[...]

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    Operation 3. AUTO Mode TP1 Rev.5 91 3.6.9 Changing Speed Factor Changes the operating s[...]

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    Operation 3. AUTO Mode 92 TP1 Rev.5 Configure program editor Set the preferences of the p[...]

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    Operation 3. AUTO Mode TP1 Rev.5 93 Enable execution in main menu Normally, the following[...]

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    Operation 3. AUTO Mode 94 TP1 Rev.5 (2) The following screen appears. Move the cursor to [...]

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    Operation 3. AUTO Mode TP1 Rev.5 95 (4) The following screen appears. Move the cursor to t[...]

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    Operation 3. AUTO Mode 96 TP1 Rev.5 3.7 Backup / Restore Normally, the follow ing setti[...]

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    Operation 3. AUTO Mode TP1 Rev.5 97 3.8 Save Controller Statuses Indicate the procedure[...]

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    Operation 3. AUTO Mode 98 TP1 Rev.5 3.10 Adjust Brightness and Contrast (1) In the [M[...]

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    Operation 4. Password Setup TP1 Rev.5 99 4. Password Setup Setup a password to limit o[...]

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    Operation 5. Troubleshooting 100 TP1 Rev.5 5. T roubleshooting Display panel is blank [...]

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    Operation 6. Maintenance Parts List and Option TP1 Rev.5 101 6. Maintenance Part s List a[...]

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    Operation 6. Maintenance Parts List and Option 102 TP1 Rev.5[...]