ACCESSING COMMENT TOOL ON WEB PAGE

This tutorial shows how to access the comment tool on web page using a Teach Pendant from a FANUC robot.

 

(You will find a downloadable  mceclip3.png PDF version at the end mceclip5.png of this page .)

 

 DURATION

+/- 5 minutes

  RECOMMENDATION  

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VIDEO TUTORIAL

 

STEP BY STEP

      1. PLUG --> Your Ethernet cable to port 2 of the Omron NX-EIP coupler in the 24VDC control panel of the cell and the other end of the cable to your computer’s ethernet port.
      2. PRESS --> [ MENU ]
      3. SELECT --> [ 6 ] 6 SETUP
      4. SELECT --> [ 0 ] 0 NEXT
      5. SELECT --> [ 0 ] 0 NEXT (depending on options installed)
      6. PRESS --> [ x ] [ HOST COMM ] (see screenshot mceclip1.png)
      7. USING ARROW --> Scroll down to [ 7 Http Authentification ]
      8. PRESS --> [ ENTER ]
      9. SET ALL RESOURCES TO --> U (UNLOCK) (see screenshot mceclip1.png)
      10. PRESS --> [ PREV ]
      11. USING ARROW --> Scroll up to [1 TCP/IP DETAILED SET UP]
      12. PRESS --> [ F3 ] [PORT] , until Port#1 is dispayed.
      13. TAKE NOTE OF --> ROBOT IP ADDRESS:  192.168.250.10
      14. TAKE NOTE OF --> ROBOT SUBNET MASK:  255.255.255.0
      15. SET YOUR --> COMPUTER LOCAL ETHERNET ADRESS: 192.168.250.1 (see screenshot mceclip1.png)
      16. SET YOUR --> COMPUTER LOCAL SUBNET MASK: 255.255.255.0
      17. USING ARROW --> Scroll down to an empty spot on the local ethernet address list.
      18. PRESS --> [ ENTER ]
      19. ENTER --> Your computer’s local address you have previously set.
      20. PRESS --> [ ENTER ]
      21. PRESS --> [ F4 ] [PING]
      22. If the mention “Ping (ethernet address) succeeded” appears, then continue this procedure. Else, your network setup is not correct.
      23. OPEN --> Your internet browser (Chrome, Edge, etc.) and set the address to the robot’s ethernet address. (see screenshot mceclip1.png)
      24. In the web page, PRESS --> [ ROBOT TOOLS ]
      25. In the web page, PRESS --> [ COMMENT TOOLS ]
      26. In the web page, PRESS --> Select the desired type of I/O and /or Registers you want to type comments. (see screenshot mceclip1.png)

 

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