Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of Hand/280/HardwareSetupSettings


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May 17, 2011, 7:59:06 PM (8 years ago)
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    3838== Electrical Connections ==
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    40 Place the Power Supply on a flat, secure surface anywhere between the base of the robot and the host PC (or robot controller).
    41 With your PC off, attach the DB-9 extension cable from your 9-pin COM Port or Peak USB to CAN adapter to the Power Supply.  Barrett Technology supplies a 3-meter standard straight-through DB-9 cable, but you may purchase a longer cable if desired.
    42 Attach the Power Supply Line Cord into any convenient outlet and verify that it is switched OFF.
    43 Attach the one end of the Hand Cable to the Power Supply and the other end into the Hand.  Tighten the strain-relief screws using the Phillips screwdriver provided in the toolkit.  CAUTION: Be sure you are not supplying 48 V to a 24 V hand.
    44 Check the switches on the bottom of the hand under the access panel.  Make sure the CAN termination is ON (SW1, !#4), SW3 is set to CAN (the side with the dot), and J35/J36 is correct for which port you are using (jumper on J36 for bottom connector).
     40 * Place the Power Supply on a flat, secure surface anywhere between the base of the robot and the host PC (or robot controller).
     41 * With your PC off, attach the DB-9 extension cable from your 9-pin COM Port or Peak USB to CAN adapter to the Power Supply.  Barrett Technology supplies a 3-meter standard straight-through DB-9 cable, but you may purchase a longer cable if desired.
     42 * Attach the Power Supply Line Cord into any convenient outlet and verify that it is switched OFF.  Attach the one end of the Hand Cable to the Power Supply and the other end into the Hand.  Tighten the strain-relief screws using the Phillips screwdriver provided in the toolkit.
     43 * Check the switches on the bottom of the hand under the access panel.  Make sure the CAN termination is ON (SW1, !#4), SW3 is set to CAN (the side with the dot), and J35/J36 is correct for which port you are using (jumper on J36 for bottom connector).
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