Latest New Product News from Applied Robotics, Inc.
Tool Changer supports payloads up to 1,500 kg.Applied Robotics, Inc. Glenville, NY 12302
Mar 26, 2013 With driver/cam geometry, Sigma NextGen™ provides moment and acceleration capabilities to handle high dynamic robots. Design ensures optimal coupling under extreme load conditions, and tool changer maintains safety with coupled mechanism during loss of compressed air. Sigma NextGen supports variety of servo tools and bus communications including Sigma SmartComm™ Communications Module, which features diagnostics via webpage and ability to schedule maintenance and run various reports.
Tool Changer Communications Module provides diagnostics.Applied Robotics, Inc. Glenville, NY 12302
Mar 26, 2013 Available for Sigma line of Tool Changers, SmartComm™ Communications Module supports many major industrial buses, including DeviceNet, Ethernet IP, Profibus, CC-Link, and Profinet. Module Diagnostics are available via webpage and advanced diagnostics are available via ARI Management Software. Customers can view, track, and download IO status, set and read Maintenance counter functions, view timing of functions, and even view and download Cycle Time statistics to pinpoint problems.
Modular Tool Changers have heavy-duty design.Applied Robotics, Inc. Glenville, NY 12302
Nov 19, 2009 Comprised of 4 models that match all current robots' bolt patterns from 125 mm on up, SmartChange(TM) series feature coupling mechanism and 6-cam locking design that lend to strength and applicability. There is no need to review load capabilities of tool changer versus robot, and flexible utility mounting positions facilitate integration. Models SC125, SC160, SC200, and SC250 respectively feature faceplate mounting configurations of 125, 160, 200, and 250 mm.
Solid State Electrical Switches operate at 15-90 psi.Applied Robotics, Inc. Glenville, NY 12302
Jan 21, 2009 Self-contained within sealed housing, Electrical Switches employ solid state pressure sensor and surface mount interface electronics. Switches have separate solid-state PNP (sourcing) and NPN (sinking) outputs, and are rated at 200 mA each. They are used with QuickSTOP collision sensors, which operate on air pressure to immediately send shutdown signal on impact.
Closed-Loop Gripper offers intelligent operation.Applied Robotics, Inc. Glenville, NY 12302
Jan 21, 2008 Able to integrated with commercially available robots, Smart Gripper 2.1 features universal operating platform and closed-loop, encoder-based positioning of robotic fingers. Direct-drive solution, operated using 24 Vdc discrete signals, offers adjustable grip force and has built-in controller. Up to 32 motion programs can be selected from non-volatile memory via 5 discrete input lines, and status can be sent back to controller via 3 discrete output lines.
Gripper integrates with most commercially available robots.Applied Robotics, Inc. Glenville, NY 12302
Jan 10, 2008 Smart Gripper(TM) 2.1 intelligent closed-loop direct-drive gripper features built-in controller, encoder, and programming interface. Utilizing universal operating platform and closed-loop encoder-based positioning of robotic fingers, it is operated using 24 Vdc discrete signals. Motions are preprogrammed into non-volatile memory. Up to 32 programs can be selected using 5 discrete input lines and system can provide status back to robot controller via 3 discrete output lines.
Robotic Gripper targets laboratory applications.Applied Robotics, Inc. Glenville, NY 12302
Jul 18, 2007 Scalable for use in variety of industries and applications, stepper-based Smart Gripper 2.0 features fail safe brake system, accurate robotic finger positioning, and adjustable grip force without need for software or controllers. Programmable unit can be integrated with most robots and is designed specifically for micro plate handling. Operating using 24 Vdc discrete signals, gripper enables up to 32 programs to be selected using 5 discrete input lines.
Tools enable robots for laboratory applications.Applied Robotics, Inc. Glenville, NY 12302
Sep 10, 2003 Solution package enables system integrators and end users to acquire robotic tools necessary for laboratory automation applications. Suite of products includes servo and pneumatic grippers, microplate handling fingers, microplate hotels, tool changers, and collision sensors, all of which can be applied to user's choice of motion systems. Serial Servo Gripper is designed for open architecture and needs no proprietary software or controller.
Tool Changers support standardization.Applied Robotics, Inc. Glenville, NY 12302
Nov 15, 2002 Sigma 3 and Sigma 5 feature modularity, data capabilities, and electric actuation. They allow interchangeability of interface modules, which are comprised of electrical connectors and utility packages used in manufacturing environments. Units handle variety of bus system requests, allowing user to route, connect, and disconnect electronic pathways to sensors monitoring manufacturing process. They are suitable for material handling and welding robots.
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Jan 22, 2009
Applied Robotics Announces New Meat Gripper Achieves USDA Certification
May 29, 2008
Applied Robotics Announces the Addition of a New Distributor: China Shipbuilding Corporation
Oct 18, 2007
Applied Robotics Announces the Addition of a New Distributor: Automated Micron Assembly Pte Ltd.
Jul 16, 2007
Applied Robotics Recieves Prestegious Award from Hypertherm
Aug 14, 2006
Applied Robotics Announces Organizational Changes
Jul 31, 2006
Applied Robotics Announces New Corporate Controller
Jan 06, 2006
Solution for Stamping Industry Reduces Downtime 95%.
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