Robot's control panel


This article is intended for certified Pio Super Users who have completed Pio’s Super User course because it requires in-depth knowledge of Pio hardware.
It is dangerous to follow the instructions below if you are not certified Pio Super User.
Please contact your manager to determine who can perform these steps in your company.

Robot control panel

Each robot features a control panel with the following buttons:

  • Online/Offline button: puts the robot into offline or online mode

  • Status light: see explanation in the next section

  • Track shift button: used for shifting tracks using wheels (e.g. in a case of robot crash)

  • Lift control button: used for testing the lift or manually pick up bins

  • Grip control button: used for testing the gripper

  • Power light: indicates that the Robot engine is activated

  • SF light: indicates a security fault. 



Robot status lights

The status light on robot's control panel as well as the antenna indicates the status of the robot.

  • Green: System status is OK 

  • Green flash: Lost contact with the controller

  • Yellow: Executing command

  • Yellow flash: Charging 

  • Yellow flash: Initializing 

  • Red: Lost position. Please contact Pio support if this happens.

  • Red flash: A malfunction has occurred. Please contact Pio support if this happens.

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