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Lars Skovsgaard
Managing Director
Zacobria Pte Ltd

Biography
Lars Skovsgaard started his career as an Electronic Engineer and has 8 years of working experience at LEGO Systems IT department, a toy manufacturer and 12 years at Crisplant A/S, a provider of high speed automation solutions used world wide commonly at airport baggage handling systems, among other usage. Lars has been living and working in Singapore for the past 10 years with the Asia Pacific region as working area. Since 2010, Lars has been the Managing Director of Zacobria Pte Ltd in Singapore which supplies Automation solutions based on the Universal-Robots. Among other solution is weighing and load cell technology.

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4 thoughts on “About

  1. Brian Rodricks

    I am trying to read the registers of a UR5 using Matlab Modbus. The temperature readings looked like rounded up numbers. The settings for angles (reg 290-295) are numbers. Does UR give the conversion between the numbers and angles? Or are we to figure it out? It looks like the numbers are between 0 and 62XX.

    thx

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    1. zacopressadmin Post author

      Brian

      Thanks for the question.

      Register 290-295 are currents for each joint measured in mA. Yes it is numbers and if they are to be in another format you have to do math on them.

      Several other register hold informations about the position for example regiater 400-405 – more informations at this link.

      http://www.zacobria.com/universal-robots-knowledge-base-tech-support-forum-hints-tips/knowledge-base/modbus-registers-read-position/

      More informations about the MODBUS registers can be found at these links:

      http://www.zacobria.com/universal-robots-zacobria-forum-hints-tips-how-to/x-y-and-z-position/

      https://www.universal-robots.com/how-tos-and-faqs/how-to/ur-how-tos/modbus-server-16377/

      Author:
      By Zacobria Lars Skovsgaard
      Accredited Universal Robots support Centre and Forum.

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  2. Peder

    Hi

    I’m trying to use a simple counter, but it wont Work for me
    If it was a KUKA, I would do it this way:
    var_1=var_1+1
    I’m running 1.6

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    1. zacopressadmin Post author

      Hi Peder

      Thanks for the question.

      Maybe consider

      var_1 := var_1+1

      Author:
      By Zacobria Lars Skovsgaard
      Accredited Universal Robots support Centre and Forum.

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