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FANUC Robotics Electrical

Prerequisite:  FANUC Robotics Programming

Course Overview

This 40-hour course is designed to provide the basic skills needed to troubleshoot electrical repair and maintenance procedures of robotic electrical system. Course topics include robot electrical component identification and function of robot electrical controller.

Course Objectives                 

  • Follow safety guidelines, and demonstrate the use of emergency stops and servo disconnects.
  • Properly power down and power up the controller and demonstrate basic fault recovery.
  • Perform robot mastering at zero position and single axis
  • Save, restore, and backup software
  • Locate robot inputs and outputs screen to determine status of system or equipment
  • Identify common electrical component issues
  • Connect and troubleshoot internal robot communication cables between all components of the robot system.
  • Connect, configure, and troubleshoot end effector and tooling I/O
  • Identify the functions of the controller following components and robot electrical drawings.
  • Use of position screen, alarms screen, status screens, LED’s, and indicators for troubleshooting.
  • Troubleshooting robot communications, Fanuc block I/O modules, communications
  • Utilization of the UOP inputs and outputs to determine if problems are actual cell or robot faults.
  • Utilization of input and output screens for trouble shooting

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03/20/2023 7:30 AM-4:00 PM5Thompson M-TEC Main Campus 3618 9999



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