You see an error, potentially on bootup, on the teach pendant screen attached to the side of the Forge/Station.
- The robot arm was moved while the system was powered off
- The Emergency Stop button is pressed in
- The PLC is in an error state, causing an Emergency Stop state
- There is a Safety Violation error or Safety System Fault
- If the robot arm was moved, clear the error on the teach pendant by checking the box to confirm the pictured orientation is the same as the arm orientation. Then press "Robot Position Verified". When the error is cleared, turn the robot on from the Robot Control Panel on the TaskCanvas touchscreen.
- If the Emergency button (red button on the teach pendant) is pressed in, simply rotate the button until it pops back out. This should clear the Emergency Stop status, which can be followed by turning the robot on in the Robot Control Panel.
- If you see a PLC related error, turn the system off, and unplug the Forge/Station from power. Allow it to rest for 30 seconds, then plug the system back in and turn the Forge/Station back on. If the error persists after performing this action 3 times, please contact READY Technical Support at email@example.com.
- When a Safety Violation Error or Safety System Fault is encountered, first clear the Emergency Stop by rotating the red button until it pops out. When the button is cleared, restart the robot from the teach pendant. To do this, first press the "OK" button on the teach pendant, then the "To Initialization Screen" button. You can now click the "ON" button on this screen, waiting for the red light to turn green. The button may also read "Restart", which is also OK to press in this case.
- If the teach pendant returns the error "low voltage", clear this error, and restart the robot from the Teach Pendant as detailed in the above step. If the error returns after following these instructions several times, please contact READY Technical Support at firstname.lastname@example.org.