Required items:

Cobotta with Canon N10-W02 camera and DENSO 2 finger gripper installed

 

PoE injector

Network switch or hub (you can replace the PoE injector with switch with built in PoE)

 

 

Network cables

EVP2 software and licenses for software and Cobotta

Link to download EVP2: https://www.denso-wave.com/en/robot/download/application/j1rcv.html

Wincaps3 software

Link to download Wincaps3: https://www.denso-wave.com/en/robot/download/application/j1w3.html

 

 

 

 

Setup:

Refer to the following link for installation of the robot unit.

https://www.fa-manuals.denso-wave.com/en/COBOTTA/004011/

 

                                                     

LAN

Arm I/F

 

                                            

 

The Cobotta has 2 ethernet connections. The Arm I/F connection is a pass through connection to the end of arm tooling. It connects through to the option Canon N10-W02 camera. This camera requires PoE (power over Ethernet) in order to power up the camera. The PoE injector communicates data through the network switch from the LAN connection at the base of the robot. You can also use a network switch/hub with built in PoE. Once all connections are made, the networked devices must have static IP addresses setup that lie within the same subnet to establish communication.