Pinch hazards exist between moving parts and between moving and static parts. Do not hold the probe head during movements, or during manual probe changes.
Beware of unexpected movement. The user should remain outside of the full working envelope of probe head/extension/probe combinations.
Handle and dispose of batteries according to the manufacturer's recommendations. Use only the recommended batteries. Do not allow the battery terminals to contact other metallic objects.
In all applications involving the use of machine tools or CMMs, eye protection is recommended.
There are no user serviceable parts inside Renishaw mains powered units. Return defective units to an authorised Renishaw Customer Service Centre.
Replace blown fuses with new components of the same type. Refer to the SAFETY section of the relevant product documentation.
For instructions regarding the safe cleaning of Renishaw products, refer to the Maintenance section of the relevant product documentation.
Remove power before performing any maintenance operations.
Refer to the machine supplier's operating instructions.
It is the machine supplier's responsibility to ensure that the user is made aware of any hazards involved in operation, including those mentioned in Renishaw product documentation, and to ensure that adequate guards and safety interlocks are provided.
Under certain circumstances the probe signal may falsely indicate a probe seated condition. Do not rely on probe signals to stop machine movement.
ACC2-3 is isolated from ac power by means of the mains switch on the rear panel. If any additional means of isolation is required, it must be specified and fitted by the machine manufacturer or the installer of the product. The isolator must be sited within easy reach of the CMM operator and comply with IEC61010 and any applicable national wiring regulations for the country of installation.