Universal Robots collaborative robots at IMTS 2018 in Chicago
Danish company Universal Robots presented at the IMTS 2018 in Chicago an updated line of its collaborative robots.
The E-series line includes three devices - UR3 , UR5 and UR10 . Robotic manipulators differ from each other primarily by carrying capacity - 3, 5 and 10 kilograms, as well as by radius of action - 50, 85 and 130 centimeters.
- Power supply input-output in the working tool: 12/24 V, 600 mA;
- Enclosure protection class: IP54;
- Collaboration: 15 advanced adjustable safety functions, certified by TÜV NORD and according to EN ISO 13849: 2008 Pl d;
- Maximum speed: ± 360 gr. / Sec;
- Working range: ± 360 degrees;
- Materials: aluminum, polypropylene;
- Connection of the working tool: M8;
- I / O ports: digital inputs 2, digital outputs 2, analog inputs 2;
- Programming: Polyscope GUI, 12 ”touchpad;
- Manipulator connecting cable: 6 m;
- Positioning stability: ± 0.01 mm;
- Degree of freedom: 6 swivel joints;
- Operating temperature: 0-50 ° C;
- Noise level: less than 65 dB.
- Weight, kg: 11;
- Diameter at the base: Ø128 mm;
- Reach, mm: 500;
- Payload, kg: 3;
- Power consumption: minimum 90 watts, typical 125 watts, maximum 250 watts.
- Weight, kg: 18.4;
- Diameter at the base: Ø149 mm;
- Reach, mm: 850;
- Payload, kg: 5;
- Power consumption: minimum 90 watts, typical 150 watts, maximum 325 watts.
- Weight, kg 28.9;
- Diameter at the base: Ø190 mm;
- Reach, mm: 1300;
- Payload, kg: 10;
- Power consumption: minimum 90 watts, typical 250 watts, maximum 500 watts.
The developer was not limited to external, cosmetic changes. Repeatability, propulsion and torque have been improved. All these improvements have become possible thanks to the latest sensor, which allows you to more accurately monitor all processes and prevent damage to the robot.
When developing E-series robots, operational safety was improved. The design and interface of the controller have changed.
Working with it has become more intuitive, and modular programming has become even more accessible.
Universal Robots works closely with developers of grippers, computer vision modules and other optional components: MiR, RobotIQ, Sick, Pick-It and others.
You can customize the grips by manufacturing your own elements using 3D printing - this is a convenient approach for small-scale solutions, which reduces the cost of owning a robot.
According to the developer, the E-Series robots are universal and can be integrated into almost any production - from the simplest manipulations with objects, to packaging, polishing and turning.
Using the latest gripping devices, robots can work with fragile objects, for example, fruits or eggs. And thanks to mobile platforms, they can move freely around the work site.
This not only expands their capabilities in production, but also opens the way to retail and public catering, where they can be used in warehouses, for the assembly and packaging of orders.
URs are also used in electronics assembly plants as assisting human-assembler devices. For more examples of the use of UR robots in production, see the video above.
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