Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of Burt-Research/SafetyFeaturesPrecautions


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Dec 5, 2017, 10:06:04 PM (21 months ago)
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    1313In addition, as with any piece of robotic equipment, it is ultimately up to you to be aware of your surroundings during robot operation.
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    15 NEVER connect or disconnect any electrical cables while the system is turned on. Failure to follow this instruction could impart irreparable damage to the onboard electronics or put you at risk of electrical shock.
     15* NEVER connect or disconnect any electrical cables while the system is turned on. Failure to follow this instruction could impart irreparable damage to the onboard electronics or put you at risk of electrical shock.
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    17 Always plug the system into a properly grounded wall source. Failure to do so could damage the BURT electronics and put you at risk of electrical shock.
     17* Always plug the system into a properly grounded wall source. Failure to do so could damage the BURT electronics and put you at risk of electrical shock.
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    19 Do not allow BURT to be exposed to liquids that may cause electrical short-circuit and put you at risk of electrical shock.
     19* Do not allow BURT to be exposed to liquids that may cause electrical short-circuit and put you at risk of electrical shock.
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    21 Do not exceed the maximum payload of BURT: 3 kg in standard operating configuration (see [htdocs:therapy/BURTMountingLayout.PDF BURT Mounting Layout]). This corresponds to the weight of a 95th percentile human arm. Do not lean on the arm such that it must support the weight of your torso.
     21* Do not exceed the maximum payload of BURT: 3 kg in standard operating configuration (see [htdocs:therapy/BURTMountingLayout.PDF BURT Mounting Layout]). This corresponds to the weight of a 95th percentile human arm. Do not lean on the arm such that it must support the weight of your torso.
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    23 Do not disconnect the cradle from the elbow or loosen the black lever at the elbow. Doing so may cause unexpected robot movements.
     23* Do not disconnect the cradle from the elbow or loosen the black lever at the elbow. Doing so may cause unexpected robot movements.
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