Changes between Version 16 and Version 17 of Hand/280/HardwareSetupSettings


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May 31, 2013, 8:13:49 PM (7 years ago)
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    1212== Mounting Method 1:  Lab Bench Stand - demonstrated with a BH8-282 model ==
    13 The Aluminum Bench Stand you received with the !BarrettHand™ has been provided for convenience in programming the !BarrettHand™ when a host robot arm is not available.  Use the wire guides to provide strain relief to the Hand cable.  Figures 8-11 illustrate how to mount the Hand in the stand.
     13The Aluminum Bench Stand you received with the !BarrettHand™ has been provided for convenience in programming the !BarrettHand™ when a host robot arm is not available.  Use the wire guides to provide strain relief to the Hand cable.  The steps laid out below illustrate how to mount the Hand in the stand.
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    1515{{{
    1616#!div class="center" align="center"
     17
     18'''1. Place the !BarrettHand™ on the stand's dowel pins. Note the alignment of the !BarrettHand™ relative to the wire strain relief clips to ease connection of the !BarrettHand™ Cable.'''
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    1720[[Image(http://web.barrett.com/supportFiles/wikiFiles/AC_Align_On_Stand.jpg)]]
    18 
    19 '''Figure 8 - Align the hand on the mount pins.'''
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    2425{{{
    2526#!div class="center" align="center"
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     28'''2. Screw on the threaded ring'''
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    2630[[Image(http://web.barrett.com/supportFiles/wikiFiles/AD_Attach_Ring.jpg)]]
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    28 '''Figure 9 - Screw the ring onto the base of the hand.'''
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    3335{{{
    3436#!div class="center" align="center"
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     38'''3. Plug the cable into your preferred configuration. If using the bottom port, tighten screws to lock cable. IMPORTANT - make sure you have followed Step 2 of the initial configuration instructions (top of page) to let the hand know which port to draw power from, side or bottom.'''
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     40'''If attaching cable to underside of hand, use the 2-mm hex wrench to open fingers 1, 2, & 3 (see [htdocs:bhand/280/figure26.png here]). Spread fingers to roughly 120 degrees and rest the unit on its fingertips.'''
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    3542[[Image(http://web.barrett.com/supportFiles/wikiFiles/AE_Plug_In_Cable.jpg)]]
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    37 '''Figure 10 - Plug the cable into your preferred configuration. If using the bottom port, tighten screws to lock cable. IMPORTANT - make sure you have followed Step 2 of the initial configuration instructions (top of page) to let the hand know which port to draw power from, side or bottom.'''
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    4247{{{
    4348#!div class="center" align="center"
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     50'''4. Ziptie the !BarrettHand™ Cable across the cable clip at an appropriate tension to provide strain relief'''
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    4452[[Image(http://web.barrett.com/supportFiles/wikiFiles/AF_Ziptie_Cable.jpg)]]
    45 
    46 '''Figure 11 - Ziptie the cable down at an appropriate tension.'''
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    49 1. Place the !BarrettHand™ on the stand's dowel pins. Note the alignment of the !BarrettHand™ relative to the wire strain relief clips to ease connection of the !BarrettHand™ Cable.
    50 1. Screw on the threaded ring
    51 1. Make sure the Power Supply is turned OFF, then attach the hand cable.
    52 1. If attaching cable to underside of hand, use the 2-mm hex wrench to open fingers 1, 2, & 3 (see [htdocs:bhand/280/figure26.png here]). Spread fingers to roughly 120 degrees and rest the unit on its fingertips.
    53 1. If attaching cable to underside of hand, then use a screwdriver to tighten the retainer screws on each side of the connector.
    54 1. IMPORTANT - make sure you have followed Step 2 of the initial configuration instructions (top of page) to let the hand know which port to draw power from, side or bottom.
    55 1. Ziptie the !BarrettHand™ Cable across the cable clip to provide strain relief
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    5755== Mounting Method 2:  On Robot Arm ==