Robot Tips | Register Introduction

Robot Tips | Register Introduction

First, the register instruction Registers
1 register instruction R[i] i=1~200
2 position register instruction PR[i] i=1~100
3 position register factors instruction PR[i,j] i=1~100, j=1~6
 
Where i denotes the number of the register; j denotes the factors number of the location register;
 
If you need to expand the default number of registers, you can complete the settings in the control startup mode as shown in Figure 1:
(Restart the control cabinet via PREV+NEXT+ to enter the control start (CTRL START) mode)



(1) Value register instruction R[i]
The value register instruction supports "=" (assignment), "+", "-", "*", "/", "MOD", "DIV" arithmetic operations.

 
 
 

(2) Position register instruction PR[i]
The position register instruction supports "=" (assignment), "+", "-" arithmetic operations.

 

(3) Position register factors instruction PR[i,j]
The position register factors instruction supports "=" (assignment), "+", "-", "*", "/", "MOD", "DIV" arithmetic operations.

 

Second, look at the register value
(1) View the value of the value register
step:
1) Press the [Data] key, then press F1 [TYPE] (type) to display the following (as shown in Figure 2 below):
Registers: value registers;
Position Reg: position register;

 

3) After moving the cursor to the register number, press the [ENTER] key to enter the comment;
 
4) Move the cursor to the value and use the numeric keys to directly modify the value.
 
(2) View the value of the location register
step:

  1. Press the [Data] key to display the right picture 4;


 
2) Press F1 [TYPE] (type), the following appears:
Registers: value registers;
Position Reg: position register;
 

2. Move the cursor to select [Position Reg] (position register), press [ENTER] (Enter), as shown in Figure 5 on the right;

 
4) After moving the cursor to the register number, press the [ENTER] key to enter the comment.
 
5) Move the cursor to the value and press the F4 [POSITION] button to display the specific data information.
“R” indicates the position register that has completed teaching
“*” indicates a position register that has not been taught yet.
 
6) Press the F5 [REPRE] (form) button, as shown in Figure 6 below, move the cursor to the desired item and press the [ENTER] key, or use the numeric keys to switch the data format;
• Cartesian: Cartesian coordinate system
• Joint: joint coordinate system
7) Move the cursor to the data, you can directly modify the data with the number keys.
 

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