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MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC INDUSTRIAL ROBOT

SAFETY MANUAL

MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION
BFP-A8006-D

NOTE TO THE USER
1. AS FOR THE ASSURANCE OF SAFETY IN DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF ROBOT SYSTEM, READ THIS MANUAL FIRST. 2. PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT THIS MANUAL IS DELIVERED TO END USERS FOR THEIR IMPLEMENTATION OF SAFETY. 3. DON’T USE ROBOTS IN A POTENTIALLY EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERE.

•ANY PARTOF THIS PRINT MUST NOT BE REPRODUCED IN ANY FORM WITHOUT PERMISSION. •THIS PRINT IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. COPYRIGHT(C) 1999 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION

Transportation Precaution
The United Nations’ Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods must be observed for transborder transportation of lithium batteries by air, sea, and land. The lithium batteries (A6BAT and ER6)used in Mitsubishi industrial robots contain less than 1 g of lithium and are not classified as dangerous goods. However, if the quantity of lithium batteries exceeds 24 batteries for storage, etc., they will be classified as Class 9: Miscellaneous dangerous substances and articles. Shipping less than 24 batteries is recommended to avoid having to carry out transport safety measures as thecustomer’s consignor. Note that some transportation companies may request an indication that the batteries are not dangerous goods be included on the invoice. For shipping requirement details, please contact your transportation company.

Waste Management
When disposing of this product, it is necessary to give consideration to the effective use of resources, waste handling and cleaning, and thecollection and disposal of fluorocarbon. Please dispose of this product according to the waste management law of the country where it is used. 1. Effective Use of Resources (1) Please recycle the old product as much as possible. (2) For recycling purposes, we recommend disassembling this product into iron scrap and electrical parts, so that they can be sold to appropriate vendors. 2. Waste Handlingand Cleaning (1) Please try to sell the old product for recycling in order to reduce the amount of waste material. (2) When disposing of this product, please do so according to the requirements of the appropriate industrial waste laws. Disposing of batteries and used grease by the customer will cause environment contamination. 3. Collection and Disposal of Fluorocarbon (1) Handle the coolant insidethe heat radiation fins used for heat dispersion in the power supply unit (converter unit) and the driving units (inverter unit, amplifier unit) appropriately, according to the designated fluorocarbon collection and disposal regulations. The applicable products that use fluorocarbon are the following units built in the CR4, CR7, CR8 and CR9 controllers manufactured in or before 2002.
Unit modelname MDS-B-CV-37 to 185 MDS-B-V1-20 to 45 MDS-B-V1-70 to 90 MDS-B-V2-2010 to 4535 Charged coolant model name HCFC141b

HCFC123

Note: The V1 model includes the V14 and V14L modes, and the V2 model includes the V24 model.

Revision history
Date of Point JUN.1999 NOV.2000 OCT.2002 JAN.2004 MAY.2004 Instruction Manual No. BFP-A8006-* BFP-A8006-* BFP-A8006-B BFP-A8006-C BFP-A8006-D Firstprint Error in writing correction Error in writing correction Error in writing correction Robot System Safety Precautions was added. Revision Details

Contents
1. Preface ............................................................................................................................................................. 1 2. Fundamental concept of safety measures....................................................................................................... 2 2.1 Purpose, application ................................................................................................................................ 2 2.2 Operating environments .......................................................................................................................... 2 2.3...
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