Changes between Version 6 and Version 7 of Burt-Research/SafetyFeaturesPrecautions


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    66Following these safety instructions will help prevent user injury and equipment damage.
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    8 Proper precautions should be taken when selecting the location and setup of your BURT system. Refer to the [htdocs:therapy/BURTMountingLayout.PDF BURT Mounting Layout] for proper setup. DO NOT set up the system such that any part of the robot’s workspace (resembling a sphere with an approximately one meter radius) reaches into a pedestrian pathway in the lab space.
     8Proper precautions should be taken when selecting the location and setup of your BURT system. Refer to the [http://web.barrett.com/support/Burt_Documentation/BURTMountingLayout.PDF BURT Mounting Layout] for proper setup. DO NOT set up the system such that any part of the robot’s workspace (resembling a sphere with an approximately one meter radius) reaches into a pedestrian pathway in the lab space.
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    1010In addition, as with any piece of robotic equipment, it is ultimately up to you to be aware of your surroundings during robot operation.
     
    1616* 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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    18 * 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.
     18* Do not exceed the maximum payload of BURT: 3 kg in standard operating configuration (see [http://web.barrett.com/support/Burt_Documentation/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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    2020* Do not disconnect the cradle from the elbow or loosen the black lever at the elbow. Doing so may cause unexpected robot movements.