How to Install and Use KUKA.OfficeLite Full Version 79
KUKA.OfficeLite is a virtual robot controller from KUKA that allows you to create and optimize robot programs offline on any PC. The programs can be transferred directly to the robot and ensure immediate productivity. In this article, we will show you how to install and use KUKA.OfficeLite full version 79, which is compatible with KUKA System Software (KSS) 8.6 and higher.
To install KUKA.OfficeLite full version 79, you will need the following requirements:
A Windows 10 or Windows 11 (64-bit) PC with an Intel I7 processor or comparable, 8 GB of RAM, and 15 GB of free hard drive space.
KUKA.WorkVisual 6.0 or higher, which is a software tool for project engineering and commissioning of KUKA robots.
Hyper-V activated on your PC, which is a feature that allows you to run virtual machines.
The installation steps are as follows:
Download the KUKA.OfficeLite full version 79 image file from the KUKA website or from a trusted source.
Open KUKA.WorkVisual and select \"Tools\" > \"KUKA.OfficeLite\" > \"Import Image\".
Browse to the location of the downloaded image file and select it.
Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the import process.
Once the import is finished, you will see a new entry for KUKA.OfficeLite full version 79 in the \"KUKA.OfficeLite\" menu.
Select \"Start\" to launch the virtual robot controller.
To use KUKA.OfficeLite full version 79, you will need to have some basic knowledge of KUKA System Software and KRL (KUKA Robot Language). The usage steps are as follows:
After starting KUKA.OfficeLite, you will see the KUKA SmartHMI interface, which is identical to the one on the real robot controller.
Select \"Expert Mode\" and enter your user name and password. The default user name is \"Expert\" and the default password is \"kuka\".
Select \"Program Editor\" to create or edit robot programs using KRL syntax. You can also import existing programs from your PC or from a USB stick.
Select \"Simulation\" to run and test your programs in a virtual environment. You can simulate physical inputs by using the keyboard or by selecting \"Simulation\" > \"Input Simulation\".
Select \"Transfer\" to copy your programs to a USB stick or to your PC. You can then transfer them to the real robot controller using KUKA.WorkVisual or another method.
KUKA.OfficeLite full version 79 has many benefits for offline programming and application development, such as:
It is nearly identical to the real robot controller and uses the original KSS, SmartHMI, and KRL syntax.
It supports all functions of KSS 8.6 and higher, including technology packages and updates.
It allows you to create and optimize programs on a standard PC at any time and place.
It enables you to simulate and debug your programs in real time and improve cycle times.
It reduces downtime and increases productivity by ensuring that your programs are ready for immediate use on the robot. 061ffe29dd