New Tabletop Robot from IAI

Improved Tabletop Robot for Cell Production Applications, Featuring Significantly Higher Payload, Maximum Speed and Rigidity!

Intelligent Actuator Inc. announces the release of its new TTA Series Tabletop Robots. Features include:

• Significantly Higher Payload and Maximum Speed-
Max Payload: Work Part Side (X Axis): 20 kg, Tool Side (Z Axis): 5 kg
Max Speed: X Axis: 800 mm/sec, Y Axis: 800 mm/sec, Z Axis: 400 mm/sec

• Stores Much More Programs and Positions-
The larger memory lets you store much more programs and positions. The additional data recovery function makes sure the original data can be restored should writing to a FLASH drive fails due to a power failure.

• Three Times As Many I/O Points As Conventional Models-
When the standard I/O slot isn't enough, up to two additional expansion I/O slots can be installed.
Inputs/outputs: 16 points/16 points. Expandable up to 48 points/48 points
Field Networks: CC-Link, DeviceNet, ProfiBus, EtherNet/IP

• More Variations-
Four operating ranges are available to choose from. The 3-axis specification is available in two types of Z-axis strokes: 100mm and 150mm. You can select a model ideal for the size of your work part. Additional options let you change the Y-axis height and position.

Information on the TTA Series Tabletop Robots from IAI can be viewed at the link below-

For more information, please contact:
Warren Osak
Toll Free Phone: 877-737-8698
Toll Free Fax: 877-737-8699

Tags: Intelligent Actuator Inc., IAI, Electromate, TTA Series, Tabletop Robot, Pick & Place Robot

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