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Product Overall (AMBER Lucid ONE)


②Network cable connection

  • Connect the robotic arm and the Master Box with network cable. RaspberryPi_coonect_B1 -->
### Connecting with wireless network - After connecting an external monitor, mouse, and keyboard to the Raspberry Pi, connect to the network on the GUI interface. ![RaspberryPi_connection_01](/imgs/RaspberryPi_connection_01.png) !!! tip "Raspberry Pi wireless network card wlan0 is a dynamic IP. Raspberry Pi wired network card eth0 is a fixed IP, the IP address is, the subnet mask is" !!! tip "Each joint of the robot arm has a fixed IP, and the IP addresses are to from axis 1 to axis 7."

<### Turn on the power

Before turning on or off the power to restart the robotic arm, you need to reset the robotic arm to the initial position.

Initial position is as the picture below. The position 1 and 2 of Every Actuator should be on the opposite side.



  • Turn on the power, the voltage range of the actuator is DC 24V-28V. power_turn_on
!!! tip "After power on, the actuator LED will flash purple light. If it is not, the robotic arm is abnormal, please restart the robotic arm or contact us."

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Technical parameters



Model type Lucid ONE
Payload 1.5 kg
Degree of freedom 7
Installation method On plane or tilt surface or suspended
Repeatability ± 0.5mm
Working Temp. +0 ~ +40°
Storage Temp. -25° ~ +55°
Working/Storage humidity No greater than 95% no condensation
Weight 8kg
Drive mode Brushless servo
Communication protocal Ethernet/CAN

Axis parameter

Axis number Turning limit Turning speed limit Reduction ratio
Axis1 (-120,120) 180°/s 1:50
Axis2 (-120,120) 180°/s 1:50
Axis3 (-120,120) 180°/s 1:50
Axis4 (-120,120) 180°/s 1:50
Axis5 (-120,120) 300°/s 1:30
Axis6 (-120,120) 300°/s 1:30
Axis7 (-175,175) 300°/s 1:30