Unpacking and first use
1 Unpacking and working environment
Note: After the packaging box is in place, please confirm that the robot packaging is intact. If there is any damage, please contact the logistics company and the supplier in your area in time. After unpacking, please check the actual items in the box according to the item list.
Table 2-2 myCobot Robot Arm [Standard Set]
|Product Contents of myCobot Robot Arm [Standard Set]||- myCobot robotic arm (model myCobot-280 for Raspberry Pi)
-myCobot Robot Arm-Product Catalog
-myCobot robotic arm
-supporting power supply
-M4*35, cup head socket head, full thread, stainless steel screw
- socket socket wrench
Install the robot system in an environment that meets the conditions described in the table in order to develop and maintain the performance of this machine and use it safely.
Table 2-3 Working Environment and Conditions
|Indoor and outdoor requirements||indoor|
|Other environmental requirements||- Avoid sunlight exposure.
- Keep away from dust, oil fume, salt, iron filings, etc.
- Keep away from flammable and corrosive liquids and gases.
- Must not come into contact with water.
- Does not transmit shock and vibration etc.
- Keep away from strong electromagnetic interference sources.
2 Installation conditions and requirements
The actual weight of the myCobot robot is 850g. Considering that during use, the center of gravity will move with the movement of the robot, so the robot needs to be fixed on a solid base before it can be used normally. Base weight requirements: fixed base, or mobile base.
Robot base interface size
The base fixing hole is the interface between the fixed robot and other bases or planes. The specific hole size is shown in the figure below. There are 4 countersunk holes with a diameter of 4.5mm, which can be fixed with M4 bolts.
Please make sure that there are corresponding threaded holes on the fixed base before installing.
Before the official installation, please confirm:
The environment to be installed meets the requirements of Section 22.214.171.124.1 above.
The installation position is not smaller than the working range of the robot, and there is enough space for installation, use, maintenance and repair.
Put the stand in a suitable position.
Installation related tools are ready, such as screws, wrenches, etc.
After confirming the above, please move the robot to the base mounting table, adjust the robot position, and align the fixing holes of the robot base with the holes on the base mounting table. After aligning the holes, align the screws with the holes and tighten them.
Note: When adjusting the position of the robot on the base installation table, please try to avoid pushing and pulling the robot directly on the base installation table to avoid scratches. When manually moving the robot, try to avoid applying external force to the fragile parts of the robot body, so as to avoid unnecessary damage to the robot.
For more installation details, scan the code to watch the video:
3 Power on the robot
Before operation, please confirm that you have read and ensured that you have followed the contents of Chapter 1 Safety Instructions to ensure safe operation. At the same time, connect the power adapter to the robotic arm, and fix the base of the robotic arm on the table. The connection method is shown in Figure 3-1.
Figure 3-1 Location of the power connector
myCobot must be powered with an external power supply to provide sufficient power:
Rated voltage: 8-12V
Rated current: 3-5A
Plug Type: DC 5.5mm x 2.1
Note that you can't just use the TypeC plugged into the Basic for powering. Use an official power supply to avoid damage to the robotic arm.
4 Use USB to connect computer
Use the matching HDMI cable to connect the robotic arm and the monitor:
First plug the HDMI cable into the HDMI port of the monitor.
Then plug the other end into the HDMI port of the robotic arm.
5 Use of end tools
5.1 Suction pump
Details: 4 Suction pump
Please scan the code to watch the installation tutorial of the suction pump:
5.2 Adaptive gripper
Details: 5 Adaptive gripper
Adaptive gripper installation video to be added...