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YAMAHA Robot Controller RCX40 Series

OWNER'S MANUAL

INTRODUCTION
Our thanks for your purchase of this Ethernet unit for use with YAMAHA RCX40 series robot controllers. This is an optional unit to allow connecting YAMAHA RCX40 series robot controllers to the widely used Ethernet which is a de facto standard for office equipment network. This manual describes typical examples for takingsafety measures, installing wiring, making machine settings and operating the machine to ensure that the Ethernet unit is used safely and effectively. Be sure to read this manual before use. Even after reading this manual, keep it in a safe, easily accessible location so it can be referred to whenever needed. When moving this unit, always make sure this manual accompanies it, and make sure that theperson who will actually use this Ethernet unit reads this manual thoroughly. This manual only contains information involving the Ethernet unit. Please refer to the controller user's manual for information on basic robot controller operation and programming.

NOTE • The contents of this manual may be changed in advance without prior notice. • Every effort was made to ensure the contents of thismanual are complete, however please contact us if errors, ambiguities or possible trouble points are found. • This manual does not constitute a warranty of industrial rights or other rights nor a concession of utility rights. Further, no responsibility whatsoever is accepted for problems arising from use of the information contents listed in this manual.

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General Contents

Chapter 1Cautions To Ensure Safety ........................................................................... 1
1-1 1-2 1-3 1-4 1-5 Basic safety points ...................................................................................................... 2 System design safety points ........................................................................................ 2 Installation and wiring safetypoints ........................................................................... 3 Start-up and maintenance safety points ...................................................................... 4 Precautions when disposing of the unit ...................................................................... 4

Chapter 2 Ethernet Unit.............................................................................................. 5
2-1 2-2 2-3 2-4 Ethernet unit features ................................................................................................. 6 How data is exchanged ............................................................................................... 7 How to connect to Ethernet....................................................................................... 8 Making system settings for the controller (server) ...................................................... 9
2-4-1 2-4-2 2-4-3 2-4-4 2-5-1 Validating the Ethernet unit .......................................................................................... 9 Setting the IP address ................................................................................................. 10Setting the subnet mask .............................................................................................. 12 Setting the gateway .................................................................................................... 13 Setting the TCP/IP protocol ......................................................................................... 14

2-5 Making the PC settings (client)................................................................................. 14 2-6 Checking the connection with "ping" ........................................................................ 16 2-7 Using TELNET ........................................................................................................... 17
2-7-1 2-8-1 2-8-2 2-8-3 2-9-1 2-9-2 2-9-3 Difference between TELNET...
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