Cobot 10 Kg
Aubo RoboticsUpdated 07/22/2019
Collaborative robot arm 10 Kg payload (AUBO-i10) Cobot was specially designed with important functions from the start, combining state of the art technology with user-friendliness and high repeatability to make this collaborative robot (Cobot) user-friendly. The open-source architecture called open unit robot enables the robot operating system (ROS) to be supported through API for both industrial and academic use. AUBO robot uses the Canbus network to communicate between harmonic drives this offers un-parallel versatility with six DOF. Low cost of ownership and high positional repeatability are some of the other criteria that make up the outstanding features of this robot.
Aubo Robotics model AUBO-i10 | 10Kg payload collaborative robot (Cobot). | 6 DoF | 1350 mm Reach
AUBO-5 works closely within environment human without safety equipment, depending on risk assessment.
Features and Benefits:
- Guide to teach (inverse kinematics motion planning), this manual operation of the robot enables you to quickly and easily program the robot by demonstration without any programming skills.
- Works side by side with human operator safety fence, laser or sensors (after a risk assessment is performed).
- Teach pendant user interface for programming (forward kinematics) enables online programming and simulation via a touch screen tablet.
- Lightweight, flexible, easy to re-purpose this robot weighs in under 20Kg
- Designed in accordance with PLd and ISO 10218-1 (5.10.5 power and force limiting) safety requirements and compliant with most all specifications for collaborative robot operation.
- Power and force limiting design bring a robot to a protective stop if limits are exceeded or a collision is detected. Speed and force can be adjusted to fit and optimize any application easily.
- Sensors embedded in motor drives provide real-time feedback to prevent dangerous situations.
- Emergency stop buttons are positioned on teach pendant and control box with a braking distance less than 1mm.
Open Source Architecture:
- CAN bus network used in this robot for multiple microcontrollers to communicate with each other.
- ROS (Robot Operating System) is supported through API.
- Hardware adopts CAN bus protocols with open I/O interface extensions.
- Easily integrate the robot into existing production systems.
Return on investment (ROI)
- Low cost of ownership, no programming skills needed, and ease of integration into a system all add up to a quick return on your investment.
- Short-run, high mix environment jobs like Lab automation or machine tending are prime examples of industries needing fast redeployment.
- Floor space is a premium cost at most companies usually more than the equipment. A small footprint, the lightweight robot will be a huge benefit for any size companies cost of production.
- Repurpose, redeploy and or reinvent applications with the same robot, change the number of degrees of freedom, joints and tubes are modular making it easy to repair as well as reconfigure.
- Vision systems can be integrated into the controller.
- Software system based on cloud platform management that realizes remote maintenance, fault diagnosis and online upgrading of firmware.
- This research robot platform is used widely around the world incorporate research labs and for academic robotics research.
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