**Attention**: Read this resource material carefully and in its entirety before use, to ensure it is understood and used properly. Failure to properly follow the instructions in the resource materials DPAM provides may result in damage to your equipment. As a result, by using the resource materials, you are assuming the risks associated with modifying your equipment. DENSO holds no liability, implied or otherwise, for damage, injury or any legal responsibility incurred, directly or indirectly from the use of the resource materials, including any loss of data or damage to property which may occur by your use of the resource materials. The use of the resource materials are not recommended unless you have technical knowledge and functional experience with the equipment and related software. DENSO is unable to provide support, remote or otherwise, for the information included in the resource material, nor for the ancillary topics relating to the information included in the resource materials. Therefore, if you are not fully comfortable with it, we strongly recommend that you send your unit to one of our Regional Support Centers for repair. The information contained in the resource materials are subject to change at the sole discretion of DPAM.
DENSO robots comply to several conformity standards. These conformities are available in the owner’s manual set from the link below.
Certain certifications, such as UL, have sites that help customers determine if there is existing certifications for their documents. Customers can register to these sites and search DENSO to see if their product is already certified.
The owner’s manual also notes all safety precautions and what safety codes the robots apply to.
Other certifications which cannot be found easily can be requested through our contact form.
We would need to know information from your company as well as the serial number of the unit in question. If the robot applies that the requested certification, a signed certificate will be emailed to the requestor.