finally I could get the Dashboard Server to run.
I can send now signals from my Siemens PLC to the UR10e.
Unfortunally I am not able to receive any answer from the Robot (once i have send a command).
So If i use “power off”, the Robot will switch off.
To power it on again I have to send him “power on”.
When/ How do i know when i have to send the signal “brake release” to the UR?
On the Robot Panel its a nice visualization. Which i use when im in local mode.
But later on that Panel will b not visible…
Hopefully you guys have any Idea.
Thanks in advance
Greetings from Luxembourg
Can you use ethernet/ip or profinet with your PLC?
You can have the condition of robot mode if you can use fileld bus.
So please send “brake release” to dashboard server when robot mode is idle.
Edit: ok now i understood what u mean…
so at the Profinet IO of the Robot there is the Robot mode as an Input-Byte.
And the value of that Input Byte means:
is that right? (where did u get to know about the meaning of that input-byte?)
i have 2 more questions.
I´m sending the commands from my Siemens PLC (Tsend) to the Dashboard Server of the UR10e.
That works fine.
But I´m unable to get any answer. I tried to use a TRCV block but I´m not getting any answer. Which is not good,
cause for example if i want the robot to load a program, i want to know if the program is loaded (or which program is loaded).
Do u maybe have any idea?
When the robot is in remote control, i can send the command. After i put the robot to local and then back to remote control,
I´m unable to send new command to the Robot. Therefor i have to “close” the connection from my PLC (TDiscon) and “open” the connection again “TCon”. Is there any signal already at the IO of the Robot that tells me that it has been swtiched to Local mode? So that i know at my PLC that i have to reconnect the OUC-Connection again?
Thank you very much.
Kind regards from Luxembourg.