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Product Manual
IRB 6400
3HAC 2941-1 M98

The information in this document is subject to change without notice and should not be construed as a commitment by ABB Robotics Products AB. ABB Robotics Products AB assumes no responsibility for any errors that may appear in this document. In no event shall ABB Robotics Products AB be liable for incidental or consequential damages arising from useof this document or of the software and hardware described in this document. This document and parts thereof must not be reproduced or copied without ABB Robotics Products AB´s written permission, and contents thereof must not be imparted to a third party nor be used for any unauthorized purpose. Contravention will be prosecuted. Additional copies of this document may be obtained from ABB RoboticsProducts AB at its then current charge.

© ABB Robotics Products AB Article number: 3HAC 7677-1 Issue: M2000/Rev.1 ABB Robotics Products AB S-721 68 Västerås Sweden

ABB Flexible Automation AB Product Manual IRB 6400 M98, On-line Manual

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Introduction Product Specification IRB 6400 Product Specification RobotWare Safety CE-declaration Configuration List System DescriptionInstallation and Commissioning Maintenance Troubleshooting Tools Fault tracing guide Circuit Diagram Repairs Spare parts

Description

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Product Specification IRB 1400 M97A/BaseWare OS 3.0

Introduction
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Page 1 How to use this Manual........................................................................................... 3 2 What you must know before you use the Robot................................................... 3 3 Identification ............................................................................................................ 4

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Introduction

Introduction
1 How to use this Manual
This manual provides information on installation, preventive maintenance, troubleshooting and how to carryout repairs on the manipulator and controller. Its intended audience is trained maintenance personnel with expertise in both mechanical and electrical systems. The manual does not in any way assume to take the place of the maintenance course offered by ABB Flexible Automation. Anyone reading this manual should also have access to the User’s Guide. The chapter entitled System Description providesgeneral information on the robot structure, such as its computer system, input and output signals, etc. How to assemble the robot and install all signals, etc., is described in the chapter on Installation and Commissioning. If an error should occur in the robot system, you can find out why it has happened in the chapter on Troubleshooting. If you receive an error message, you can also consult thechapter on System and Error Messages in the User’s Guide. It is very helpful to have a copy of the circuit diagram at hand when trying to locate cabling faults. Servicing and maintenance routines are described in the chapter on Maintenance.

2 What you must know before you use the Robot
• Normal maintenance and repair work usually only require standard tools. Some repairs, however, requirespecific tools. These repairs, and the type of tool required, are described in more detail in the chapter Repairs. • The power supply must always be switched off whenever work is carried out in the controller cabinet. Note that even though the power is switched off, the orangecoloured cables may be live. The reason for this is that these cables are connected to external equipment and are consequentlynot affected by the mains switch on the controller. • Circuit boards - printed boards and components - must never be handled without Electro-Static-Discharge (ESD) protection in order not to damage them. Use the carry band located on the inside of the controller door. All personnel working with the robot system must be very familiar with the safety regulations outlined in the chapter on Safety....
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