• Products
  • Catalogues
  • Projects
  • News & Trends
  • Exhibitions

Scon-CA RCS2 / RCS3/ Single-axis Robot - 16 Pages

  1. P. 1

  2. P. 2

  3. P. 3

  4. P. 4

  5. P. 5

  6. P. 6

  7. P. 7

  8. P. 8

  9. P. 9

  10. P. 10

Catalogue excerpts

RCS2/RCS3/Single-axis Robot/ Linear Servo Actuator Position Controller

 Open the catalogue to page 1

Servo Controllers Have Become Even More Advanced! SCON controllers have been dramatically revamped with new functions. Basic specifications Number of positioning points: Up to 512 points Power-supply voltage types: Single-phase 100 VAC Single-phase 200 VAC Incremental Encoder type: Absolute Increasing the actuator's load capacity with offboard tuning Offboard tuning is a function to increase the acceleration/deceleration when the load mass is small, or decrease the acceleration/deceleration when the load mass is large, so that the actuator is set to operate optimally for the given load mass. For...

 Open the catalogue to page 2

SCON-CA controller Vibration control <Standard function> Force control Actuator: <Optional function> Controller: <Standard function> A vibration control function has been added that suppresses vibration of the work part installed on the slider when the actuator's slider moves. This function shortens the time the actuator waits for vibration to settle, and consequently shortens the cycle time. The RCS2-RA13R comes with a force control function that allows for accurate push-motion operation by feeding back the push force using the dedicated load cell fitted Without vibration control after stopping. With...

 Open the catalogue to page 3

Offboard Tuning Function Increasing the Actuator's Load Capacity Offboard tuning is a function to automatically set an optimal gain according to the load, in order to improve the payload and acceleration/ deceleration and thereby increase the payload capacity and shorten the takt time. Example) The graph on the right shows the benefits of offboard tuning with an RCS2-SA5C of lead 20. ➀ When the acceleration/deceleration is lowered to 0.1 G from the rated acceleration of 0.3 G, the maximum payload increases from 2 kg to 3 kg. ➁ If the load is small, the acceleration/deceleration can be increased...

 Open the catalogue to page 4

Network Function Supporting Major Field Networks Most of the major networks used in Japan and abroad are supported, which means the controller can communicate with various equipment through simple, wire-saving connections. ■ List of Functions by Operation Mode To operate the actuator via a network, you can do so by selecting one of the nine operation modes classified under the following two types of movement methods. (1) Movement by position number specification Enter the target position, speed, acceleration/deceleration, etc., under a position number in the position data table of the controller...

 Open the catalogue to page 5

Force Control Function Usable As a Simple Servo Press Force control is a function that allows for more accurate push control than the traditional push-motion operation, by feeding back the push force via the dedicated load cell (actuator option) fitted on the actuator. When this function is enabled on an actuator of the ultra-high thrust type where the dedicated load cell can be mounted, the actuator can be used as a simple servo press of up to 2 tons (19600 N) in capacity. ■ Load Cell Specifications Item Load cell method Rated capacity Allowable overload Accuracy Specified temperature range Dielectric...

 Open the catalogue to page 6

Ultra-high Thrust Actuator with Load Cell ■ Model Specification Items Encoder type I: Incremental specification A: Absolute specification Motor type Applicable controller Cable length N: None P: 1 m S: 3 m M: 5 m X: Specified length R: Robot cable Load cell model Options Refer to the options table below. * Be sure to enter codes indicating the motor side-mounted direction and cable exit position, respectively. LCT: With cable track for load cell wiring LCN: Without cable track for load cell wiring ■ Correlation Diagram of Push Force and Current Limit 25000 20000 Cable track for load cell wiring Note:...

 Open the catalogue to page 7

Details of the SCON-CA Controllers List of Models Model External view Standard specification I/O type code NP/PN Applicable encoder type Incremental Absolute 20~150W — ­ — ­ 200W — ­ — ­ — ­ — ­ Standard 300~400W price 600W — ­ — ­ 750W — ­ — ­ 750W (for force control) — ­ — ­ Network connection specification (optional) DeviceNet PROFIBUS-DP CompoNet MECHATROLINK EtherCAT (*1) If the controller is operated in the pulse-train mode, only an incremental encoder can be used. Motor type Encoder type Power supply voltage High-function type High-acceleration/ deceleration specification Please refer to...

 Open the catalogue to page 8

Field network * If the host unit is of the open-collector type, use the optional AK-04/JM-08. (See below.) DeviceNet CC-Link PROFIBUS-DP CompoNet MECHATROLINK EtherCAT EtherNet/IP I/O flat cable Cable length Standard 2m (comes with the controller) Pulse-train control plug + shell (comes with the controller) Main power supply Single phase 100VAC Single phase 200VAC * Be sure to use a noise filter when connecting the power supply. Pulse-train control cable (Options) Absolute data backup battery (See P14.) (comes with the controller with the absolute specification) Regenerative resistance unit (See...

 Open the catalogue to page 9

Operation Modes With this controller, you can select a desired control method from the two modes of positioner mode and pulse-train control mode. In the positioner mode, you can enter position data (target position, speed, acceleration, etc.) in the controller under the desired numbers and then specify each number externally via a I/O (input/output signal) to operate the actuator. Also, in the positioner mode, you can select the desired operation mode from the eight modes using the parameter. In the pulse-train control mode, you can control the travel, speed, acceleration, etc., by sending pulses...

 Open the catalogue to page 10

Explanation of the I/O Signal Functions The table below explains the functions assigned to the controller’s I/O signals. The available signals vary depending on the controller type and settings, so use the signal table of each controller to check the functions available with that controller. Signal abbreviation CSTR PTP strobe (start signal) The actuator starts moving to the position set by the command position. Command position number The position number of the target position is input (binary input). Forced brake release The brake is forcibly released. Operation mode switching Signal name The...

 Open the catalogue to page 11

All IAI catalogues and technical brochures

  1. Remote I/O Unit

    8 Pages

  2. Maintenance Parts

    40 Pages

  3. ERC3 Series

    56 Pages

  4. DD Motor Catalog

    8 Pages

  5. RCL Micro Slider

    4 Pages

  6. RCP2-RA8C/RA8R

    8 Pages

  7. ISB/SSPA Series

    60 Pages

  8. RCP4W Series

    16 Pages


Archived catalogues

  1. X-SEL P/Q/PX/QX

    2 Pages