Motoman SIA10D

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The SIA10D robot with slim arm structure, compact and powerful provides flexibility and increases movement, even in confined spaces. Ideal for environments that are dangerous; with a variety of floor, wall and ceiling mounting positions.

Characteristics of the DX100 controller

Yaskawa's compact DX100 controller with advanced structure and process control, offering greater freedom to the user even in the concept of an automated cell:

• Multirobot control system with up to 8 robots / 72 coordinated movement axes.

• Robust PC architecture, which provides system-level control for robotic work cells.

• Connections on the back of the control cabinet to optimize the interior space

• Built-in ladder logic processing; 4,096 I / O addresses

• Variety of fieldbus network connections

• High speed server connection

• I / F panels (10) show HMI on the pendant

• Advanced Robot Motion Control (ARM) for greater productivity and minimal learning time

• Energy saving up to 25%

• Repair time (MTTR)

• Easy maintenance with function to verify the status of the reducer, hardware diagnostic life function, improved problem         resolution and alarm recovery

• Compact flash slot and USB port facilitate memory backups

• Small and lightweight Windows® CE programming pendant has a color touch screen with multi-window display                     capability.

Main specifications
 
Maximum Load of Robot: 10 kg
Number of axis: 7
Maximum horizontal reach: 720 mm
Maximum vertical reach: 1,203 mm
Repeatability: ±0.1 mm
Controller: DX100   
       
Motion range (°)

Axis S: ±180°
Axis L: ±110°
Axis E: ±170°
Axis U: ±135°
Axis R: ±180°
Axis B: ±110°
Axis T: ±180°
 
Maximum speed (°/s)

Axis S: 170°/s
Axis L: 170°/s
Axis E: 170°/s
Axis U: 170°/s
Axis R: 200°/s
Axis B: 200°/s
Axis T: 400°/s
 
Robot applications
 
Assembly
Injection molding
Inspection
Packaging
Machine tending
Part transfer

Applications

Loading and unloading of parts , Handling of parts , Measurement , Assembly of parts

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