BALTec Industries Inc. is a company devoted to servingthe Robotic and Automation Industry.
Baltec Industries Inc. is Miller Welding Automation’s inhouse service and repair center for Panasonic teach pendants and welders. We also provide onsite preventative maintenance, upgrades and repair of robots and controllers.
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Panasonic teach pendant repairs
Baltec Industries is the Panasonic Factory Solutions Company of America and Miller Welding Automation US service center for Panasonic Teach Pendant repair.
Models of Panasonic Teach Pendants
G3 Teach Pendant
G2 Teach Pendant
Type A Teach Pendant
To send your Panasonic Teach pendant in for repair
email email@example.com or call (815) 624-0787
G2 or G3 teach pendant
The G3 Teach Pendant has two columns of Roman numerals on the left side. It is the Model number AUR01060. G3 teach pendants can be switched between cells as the correct software will be loaded from the controller when it is plugged in.
G2 Teach pendants have one of the following model numbers. AUR01047, AUR01053,
AUR01054, AUR01058. A G2 teach pendant must have the same version of software as the controller it is plugged into to operate correctly.
To determine which software is running on your G2 teach pendant :
After login, scroll to the icon of a book with a question mark on it on the top of the screen to the far right. Click on the book icon and then scroll down to “version” The software version will normally be a capital letter and a number, for example “R1”, “S1”, “X1”, “X3”,