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How to use KUKA.OfficeLite full version 484 for offline robot programming



How to use KUKA.OfficeLite full version 484 for offline robot programming




KUKA.OfficeLite is a virtual robot controller that allows you to create and optimize programs for KUKA robots on any PC. The software is nearly identical to the KUKA System Software for the KR C4 and KR C5 controllers, so you can transfer your programs directly to the robot and start working right away. In this article, we will show you how to use KUKA.OfficeLite full version 484 for offline robot programming.




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What you need




  • A PC with Windows 10 or Windows 11 (64-bit) operating system



  • An Intel I7 processor or comparable



  • 8 gigabytes of RAM and 15 gigabytes of free hard drive space



  • KUKA.WorkVisual 6.0 or higher



  • KUKA.OfficeLite full version 484 as a Hyper-V image



  • Hyper-V activated on your PC



How to install KUKA.OfficeLite full version 484




  • Download the KUKA.OfficeLite full version 484 Hyper-V image from the KUKA website[^1^] or from the npm package[^2^].



  • Extract the zip file and copy the folder to a location of your choice.



  • Open Hyper-V Manager on your PC and click on Import Virtual Machine.



  • Select the folder where you copied the KUKA.OfficeLite full version 484 image and follow the instructions on the screen.



  • Once the import is complete, you can start the virtual machine by double-clicking on it in Hyper-V Manager.



  • You will see the KUKA SmartHMI interface on your screen. You can use it to configure and program your virtual robot controller.



How to program your virtual robot controller




KUKA.OfficeLite full version 484 uses the same KRL syntax as the KUKA System Software, so you can write your programs in a text editor or in KUKA.WorkVisual. You can also import existing programs from your robot controller or from other sources. Here are some steps to program your virtual robot controller:


  • Create a new project in KUKA.WorkVisual or open an existing one.



  • Add a new device and select KUKA.OfficeLite as the device type.



  • Enter the IP address of your virtual machine as the device address. You can find it by clicking on Settings in the KUKA SmartHMI interface.



  • Connect to your virtual device and transfer your programs to it.



  • You can also use KUKA.WorkVisual to simulate your programs and check for errors.



  • To run your programs on your virtual robot controller, switch to Automatic mode in the KUKA SmartHMI interface and select Start Program.



  • You can monitor and control your virtual robot controller using the buttons and menus on the KUKA SmartHMI interface.



How to transfer your programs to your real robot controller




Once you are satisfied with your programs on your virtual robot controller, you can transfer them to your real robot controller using KUKA.WorkVisual. Here are some steps to do that:


  • Add a new device and select KR C4 or KR C5 as the device type, depending on your real robot controller.



  • Enter the IP address of your real robot controller as the device address. You can find it by clicking on Settings in the KUKA SmartHMI interface on your real robot controller.



  • Connect to your real device and transfer your programs to it.



  • You can also use KUKA.WorkVisual to simulate your programs and check for errors before running them on your real robot controller.



  • To run your programs on your real robot controller, switch to Automatic mode in the KUKA SmartHMI interface on your real robot controller and select Start Program.



  • You can monitor and control your real robot controller using the buttons and menus on the KUKA SmartHMI interface on your real robot controller.



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