The course is designed to teach students how to identify the electrical components, theory of operation, and introduce proper troubleshooting procedures on the IRC5 robot controller. Approximately 50% of the course is hands-on troubleshooting of actual robot system and controller.
After succesfully completing the course, the participant should be able to:
Operate the IRC5 control panel and progreamming unit
Read and interpret ABB circuit diagrams on the IRC5 robot controller
Calibrate resolvers and Revolution counters
Analyze and interpret system fault codes
Troubleshoot and repair basic electrical faults
Diagnose and rectify emergency stop conditions
Make I/O connections to peripheral equipment and safety devices
Repair and replacement of systems components Review "Cold-Boot" procedure Proper
ABB Electrical Class REQUIREMENTS: *MUST HAVE ALREADY TAKEN ABB BASIC PROGRAMMING CLASS US420 * ARC FLASH TRAINING [AIDT / RTP or Your Facility] * Passed Electrical SAFETY in AC/DC and Digital [Your Facility], * Signed Off [at your facility] to use Test Equipment like Multi-Meters.
Basic computer skills are required. . Windows 98, 2000, XP knowledge is preferred. Electrical Safety Knowledge is preferred.
Clothing is required! No Shorts, No jewelry, No tank tops, No open toed shoes, sandals or flip flops! This is strictly enforced! Long sleeve cotton shirts are required or student can bring company supplied ATPV Rated Shirt. They also need to bring their company supplied Eye Protection and Electrical Rated Rubber & Leather Gloves for making live measurements in the cabinet.
2 per comapny, per class
Alabama Robotic Technology Park
The Alabama Robotics Technology Park is designed to close the skills gap within the robotics industry, while also ensuring that students obtain training on the latest robotic technology in the industry.