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Flexible Gripper Designed for Universal Robots
Easy, flexible, plug & work
The EGH Grippers are the newest member of the the SCHUNK plug&work portfolio specific designed for the use with UR robots. An electric gripper with position control of the fingers. This gripper will be set up and ready to go within 30 minutes from unboxing. All items needed will be provided in the starter kit. SCHUNK is offering an easy, highly reliable and flexible solution to provide a satisfying experience for the UR user.
Long, freely programmable stroke with parallel finger movement
The newest addition to the In-Sight family, the In-Sight 9000 series boasts the highest resolution camera to date. It also features the largest field of focus allowing for almost limitless application potential.
The In-Sight 9000 delivers high accuracy part location, measurement, and inspection over a large area—even when mounted at longer distances. Line scan and area scan image acquisition options are available for imaging continuously moving or stationary objects.
Large field of view without sacrificing resolution
Single camera solution for multi-camera applications
Simplifying switching from air to electric actuators
New ELECYLINDER® types have been added to the series: small type, high rigidity type, splash-proof and side-mounted motor.
The easy ELECylinder is designed for simplicity from start-up to maintenance. Speed / Acceleration settings can be set in just 5 minutes. No time-consuming programming is necessary. You can also operate it with ON / OFF signals, like a solenoid valve. No time-consuming programming is necessary.
Start and end points can be set at any value
Battery-less absolute encoder means no maintenance required
Built-in controller requires no control panel space
Reduces electric bills, the higher the operational frequency, the greater the savings
With more digital I/O points and secondary encoder input
SSDC Series of StepSERVO™ Drives offer more digital inputs and outputs (I/O) than its integrated motor counterparts, such as secondary encoder inputs for dual position-loop control. SSDC StepSERVO Drives are separate, non-integrated drives that, when paired with existing StepSERVO Motors, can reduce replacement costs for individual.
SSDC StepSERVO Drives offer full closed-loop servo control of step motors providing peak torque at low speed and faster acceleration rates.
The SSDC drives come with a range of communication options including EtherNet/IP, Modbus, EtherCAT, CANopen and SCL over Ethernet or RS-485. These models all feature dual-port communications for daisy-chain networking and can run stored Q programs stand-alone.