Compact delta arm robot extends Kawasaki pick and place range

Kawasaki Robotics is introducing a lighter and more compact delta arm robot to its Pick-Star Y Series range. The YS200N robot is designed for high-speed pick and place applications in volume production industries including food, pharmaceutical and electronics.

Capable of lifting payloads up to 2kg, the new Kawasaki YS200N performs a standard industry TAC test (25mm/305mm/25mm) at 200 cycles per minute with a payload of 0.5kg. With a maximum payload of 2kg, the TAC test time is a high 166 cycles while maintaining repeatability of +/-0.04mm and +/-0.10 degrees.

Claiming the smallest footprint in the range, the YS200N's compact design is suited to high density multi-robot lines and allows a useful work envelope of 200mm vertical and 600mm diameter. Weighing in at just 60kg the YS200N is suitable for cantilever mounting. Designed with high reliability in mind, the Pick-Star Y Series has no centre shaft; reducing exposed components improves the robot's ease of maintenance.

Helping to make the YS200N straight-forward to programme and to integrate is Kawasaki's E-Controller. The E-Controller offers faster processing, increased memory, higher resolution encoding, increased communications options and intuitive teach pendant functionality.

Go to www.kawasakirobot.co.uk to find out more about the YS200N delta arm robot from Kawasaki Robotics.

Kawasaki Robotics (UK) Ltd

Unit 4, Easter Court
Europa Boulevard, Westbrook
Warrington
WA5 7ZB
UNITED KINGDOM

+44 (0)1925 713000

info@kawasakirobotuk.com

www.kawasakirobot.co.uk

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