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FANUC M-10iA Robot Unboxing

Many customers purchasing a new FANUC robot are curious about what comes with the robot. There are basic changes among the different robot models in size of cables and controller, but our robot unboxing video of a M-10iA is a good representation of what comes with a new FANUC robot.

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Learn more about the M-10iA FANUC Robot.

Robot Unboxing – What is included with a new FANUC robot?

  • FANUC M-10iA robot
  • Teach Pendant – iPendant
  • R30iB Plus Robot Controller
  • Manuals for robot, software, and controller on CD
  • Core System – Application Software
  • Teach Pendant Cable
  • Grounding Cable
  • Robot Controller Cable
  • EE connection
  • Other parts – extra bolts, spare grease ports, spare witness marks and fuses

MODULAR (MODEL A) I/O

We have mentioned in Tech Talk articles in the past that there are a variety of robot and software options that can be selected relevant to the application you plan to have your robot running. One popular article and download is our Top Ten Software Options for Robotic Material Handling article. This article explains some of the options customers often need/select to run their system.

One of the most common robot options is to purchase the Model A I/O. This option enables the controller to communicate with the robot and other external devices. This M-10ia robot came with this options, and this video shows what is included with that robot option.

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