Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of WAM/HardwareSetup


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    1515Figure 19 – Mounting-Hole Measurements
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     18== WAM Stand (Optional) ==
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     20For information about setting up your WAM on the optional Barrett-supplied mounting stand, please see [http://web.barrett.com/support/WAM_Documentation/WAM_Stand_Instructions.pdf this document].
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    1822== Grounding ==
     
    3640== Safety Board Settings ==
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    38 For different methods of communication (and different connections to the !BarrettHand™, if attached) certain switches must be changed.  To access these switches, turn off the WAM™, remove the 4-mm Hex screw in the upper-left corner of the back of the WAM™ (Figure 24), unlatch the base cover, and rotate the back plate of the WAM™ out so that it is in a horizontal position. (Figure 25).  If you are facing the WAM™ from the back, the relevant switches will be on the lower-left corner (see Figure 23).  If a switch is “out” the raised part of that pin is on the side closest to the edge of the safety board, and the opposite is true if the switch is “in”.
     42For different methods of communication (and different connections to the !BarrettHand™, if attached) certain switches must be changed.  To access these switches, turn off the WAM™, remove the 4-mm Hex screw in the upper-left corner of the back of the WAM™, unlatch the base cover, and rotate the back plate of the WAM™ out so that it is in a horizontal position.  If you are facing the WAM™ from the back, the relevant switches will be on the lower-left corner (see Figure 23).  If a switch is “out” the raised part of that pin is on the side closest to the edge of the safety board, and the opposite is true if the switch is “in”.
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    4044{{{
    4145#!div class="center" align="center"
    4246'''Table 1 – WAM Communication Settings'''
    43 ||Mode*:||Switch 1-2||Switch 1-3
     47||Mode:||Switch 1-2||Switch 1-3
    4448||Ethernet||IN||IN
    4549||CAN (from External PC)||OUT||OUT
     
    5761        1. Place the Power Supply on a flat, secure surface and verify that the Power Supply is OFF.
    5862        1. Attach the Power Supply Line Cord into any convenient outlet and also into the corresponding Power Supply socket.
    59         1. Attach the DC power cable from the socket on the back of the Power Supply to the socket on the WAM labeled “DC Power”, as shown in Figure 11.
     63        1. Attach the DC power cable from the socket on the back of the Power Supply to the socket on the WAM labeled “DC Power”.
    6064        1. Tighten the strain-relief screws on both ends of the cable using the screwdriver provided in the maintenance kit.
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