Kawasaki RS080N

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The RS080N is part of the series of small and medium load kawasaki R robots recognized for their compact design, light arm and high revolution engines that perform their functions at a high speed providing greater performance. The RS080N has a payload capacity of 80 kg, the highest of the R series robots, the light arm in combination with its high revolution engines allow the robot to adapt to a higher payload allowing short cycle times, optimal performance and high flexibility in its installation and maintenance has a degree of protection in the wrist IP67 and for the IP65 axes with the possibility of a wash arm in that case the entire robot can be adapted to the degree of protection IP67.

E controllers are compact, reliable and high performance, have advanced technology in the CPU allowing greater productivity and trajectory control. Wide range of industrial applications supported by Kawasaki AS technology that uses a programming language that provides sequence control; possible expansion of up to 10 external axes for complete control of 16 axes. Easy maintenance and diagnosis thanks to its modular components and limited cables.
 
E32 controller
  • Ideal for primary energy distribution voltage of each region
  • Greater capacity for expansion
  • Closed structure with indirect cooling system
  • Digital servo system
  • I / O channels 32 (max128)
Main specifications
 
Maximum Load of Robot: 80 kg
Number of axis: 6
Maximum horizontal reach: 2,100 mm
Maximum vertical reach: 3,697 mm
Repeatability: ±0.07 mm
Controller: E32
 
Motion range (°)
 
Axis JT1: ±180°
Axis JT2: +140°/-105°
Axis JT3: +135°/-155°
Axis JT4: ±360°
Axis JT5: ±145°
Axis JT6: ±360°
 
Maximum speed (°/s)
 
Axis JT1: 180°/s
Axis JT2: 180°/s
Axis JT3: 160°/s
Axis JT4: 185°/s
Axis JT5: 165°/s
Axis JT6: 280°/s
 
Robot applications
 
Assembly
Dispensing
Inspection
Machine Tending
Material Handling
Material Removal
Welding

Applications

Spotwelding , Handling of parts , Measurement , Assembly of parts

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