Quick Guide Delta X S (Version 5)


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I. Specification (For D400 model)

1. Moving base dimension

With 3 axis model, the moving base just simple as 6 M4 holes.

 The moving base for the 4-axis model:

 For the 5-axis model:
And 6-axis model:

2. Working space

3. Robot holder flat & Safe working space

 4. 3D Working space preview

II. Pinout & Communications



 + 24VDC / 16A  ~ 384W

2. Communication Interfaces

USB0: USB protocol standard, this port can be use to update firmware.

USB1: another USB standard, which isolated with all other power supply.

RS232: RS232 protocol port with TX as pin 2, RX as pin 3 and GND as pin 5.

RS485: RS485 protocol port with RX+ as pin 1, RX- as pin 2, TX- as pin 3, TX+ as pin 4, and GND as pin 5.

 3. Input & Output

Digital Input:  
Input: 24V / 3mA.

Pinout:    1-I0  2-I1  3-I2  4-I3  5-GND.

Analog Input: 

Input: 0 - 10V/0 - 4096.

Pinout:    6-A0  7-A1  8-24V  9-GND.







 Digital Output:  
Output: 24V / 500mA (Open collector).

Pinout:    1-D0  2-D1  3-D2 4-D3 5-D4  6-D5

                 7-D6  8-D7  9->15-GND.





3. E-Stop button

Input: 24V / 3mA

Pinout: 1-GND  2-I5  3-I6  3-24V

If emergency button is not enabled, I4 and I5 can be use as input pin.

 Note: Connect any output as shown above, do not load more than 500mA for each output pin.

III. Assemble Guide

Step 1: Hang the body of robot on the frame by 4 M8 holes.

Precaution: When the arm has not mounted yet, do not attempt to rotate the flange.
If you have rotated it passing more than 60 degrees, please stop this step, hang the robot on, wire up the power and homing the robot before installing the inner arm.

Step 2: Do not tighten these M5 bolts all at once; only slightly. Once all 6 M5 bolts are fitted, gently press the robot arm downward and tighten all bolts.

Step 3: Pull the outer arm out and place it outside the ball end of the inter arm. Repeat the process with the other 2 arms.


Step 4: Pull the outer arm out and place it outside the ball end of the moving base. Repeat the process with the other 2 arms.


Step 5 (Optional): If the robot has a 4 axis, attach the slide rail of axis 4 to the shaft on the body of robot as closed as possible.

Tighten bolt M3 first and then Hex socket set screw M3.

And Done! The robot will look like the picture beside.





IV. Wiring and first act

- Connect 24V GX jack in 24V adapter to PWR jack in robot.

- Press the power button if the robot has not power yet, the power led will be on and Status led.

- Connect 220V GX jack to 24V adapter and the other end to the 220V source.

- Connect the USB cord to the panel's USB0 or USB1 connector, and you can now use the Delta X Software to control the robot.