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Teaching Pendant

Swedish translation: manöverpanel

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09:53 Jul 4, 2000
English to Swedish translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: Teaching Pendant
From a safety instruction concerning a robot:
--Emergency stop switches of the Teaching Pendant and the Safety Box--
Mats Wikberg
Swedish translation:manöverpanel
Explanation:
Mitt förslag är kanske lite för allmänt, jag vet inte om det finns en specifik översättning. Se förklaringar nedan.

Har du sett Peter Spitz länksidor?
http://home8.inet.tele.dk/p-spitz/
Där fanns följande:
http://www.pac-safety.com/glossary.html
Som gav följande:
PENDANT: Any portable control device, including teach pendants, that permits an operator to control the robot from within the restricted envelope (space) of the robot. (R15.06)

PENDANT (TEACH PENDANT): A hand-held unit linked to the control system with which a robot can be programmed or moved. (ISO 8373)

TEACH: The generation and storage of a series of positional data points effected by moving the robot arm through a path of intended motions. (R15-06)

TEACH MODE: The control state that allows the generation and storage of positional data points effected by moving the robot arm through a path of intended motions. (R15.06)

TEACH PROGRAMMING: Programming performed by: - manually leading the robot end effector, or -manually leading a mechanical simulating device; or -using a teach pendant to move the robot through the desired actions. (ISO 8373)

TEACHER: A person who provides the robot with a specific set of instruction to perform a task. (R15.06)

Även metasökmotorn på www.ixquick.com ger en del svar på teaching pendant.

Hälsningar
L-E Morin

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larserik
Sweden
Local time: 02:47
Grading comment
Tack Lars-Erik!

Mats
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3 hrs
manöverpanel


Explanation:
Mitt förslag är kanske lite för allmänt, jag vet inte om det finns en specifik översättning. Se förklaringar nedan.

Har du sett Peter Spitz länksidor?
http://home8.inet.tele.dk/p-spitz/
Där fanns följande:
http://www.pac-safety.com/glossary.html
Som gav följande:
PENDANT: Any portable control device, including teach pendants, that permits an operator to control the robot from within the restricted envelope (space) of the robot. (R15.06)

PENDANT (TEACH PENDANT): A hand-held unit linked to the control system with which a robot can be programmed or moved. (ISO 8373)

TEACH: The generation and storage of a series of positional data points effected by moving the robot arm through a path of intended motions. (R15-06)

TEACH MODE: The control state that allows the generation and storage of positional data points effected by moving the robot arm through a path of intended motions. (R15.06)

TEACH PROGRAMMING: Programming performed by: - manually leading the robot end effector, or -manually leading a mechanical simulating device; or -using a teach pendant to move the robot through the desired actions. (ISO 8373)

TEACHER: A person who provides the robot with a specific set of instruction to perform a task. (R15.06)

Även metasökmotorn på www.ixquick.com ger en del svar på teaching pendant.

Hälsningar
L-E Morin




    Reference: http://home8.inet.tele.dk/p-spitz/
larserik
Sweden
Local time: 02:47
Native speaker of: Native in SwedishSwedish
PRO pts in pair: 597
Grading comment
Tack Lars-Erik!

Mats
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