teach mode

teach mode

[′tēch ‚mōd]
(control systems)
The mode of operation in which a robot is instructed in its motions, usually by guiding it through these motions using a teach pendant.
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In addition, both the Performus X100 and Performus X15 feature a Steady, Timed, and Teach mode of operation.
Some of those teaching modes are Auto Teach mode used for on the fly set-up when the equipment is operating.
In this teach mode, the robot is moved manually in a step-by-step sequence, while the positions are recorded automatically by the controller.
GIU features intuitive programming and Teach Mode profiling.
It also offers improved motion and I/O cards for low power consumption, a new noise filtering device added to the motherboard, a windows interface that helps users write system files at a glance, a manual teach mode for test benching, and up-to-date parameters such as timers, I/Os, encoder status and registers displayed on the same window.
It also has a teach mode which will automatically generate a program.
The 4200T control also includes a popular teach mode which provides the operator with an alternative way of programming a part.
Setting up is easy, the unit is switched to Teach mode and the correct bar code is swiped in front of the bar code scanner.
Thermocouples working in a closed-loop teach mode instruct the rework machine how to control power to the bottom heater and, at the same time, tell the top heater how it should activate to create the optimal solder profile for any given device or solder formula (Figure 4).