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Catalogue excerpts

Product Lineup Select the ideal controller from various command input formats. Servo parameters and acceleration patterns optimized for each robot are pre-stored, so you can start operating the robot right away without making troublesome setups. YAMAHA's line up Robot positioner I/O point trace Remote command Remote command Pulse train input Online instructions Robot driver Robot controllers YC-LINK couples single-axis controllers to a 4-axis controller

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Optimal setup Setting the parameters is simple Robot controllers are designed in-house for YAMAHA robots. Optimal values for servo parameters required for operating the robot such as gain are stored beforehand in the robot. Setting acceleration/deceleration is easy The acceleration/deceleration is a critical factor in determining the machine service life. Setting the acceleration too high will shorten the machine service life, while setting it too low will prevent effective use of motor power and lower the tact time. The acceleration/deceleration on YAMAHA robot controllers is determined to a...

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Product Lineup Diverse command methods YAMAHA controllers allow the user to select from an ample array of control methods including programming, point trace and pulse train to match the customer’s application. Program entry MOVA 1 , 100 Move to point No. 1 at 100% of speed. Turn general-purpose output No. 1 to ON. Wait until general purpose input No. 2 turns ON. Jump to *END if general-purpose input No. 10 is ON. If not ON, then proceed to next line. Move to point No. 2. Stop if general-purpose input No. 1 is ON during movement. Wait until robot arm operation ends. Write the current position in...

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Control method classification table TRANSERVO Stepping motor FLIP-X [ T4L/ T5L/ YMS ] Small servo (24V / 30W) Linear motor Remote command Pulse train P.417 Program (YAMAHA SRC language) Remote command Online instructions Program (YAMAHA BASIC language) Remote command Online instructions Program (YAMAHA BASIC language) I/O point trace Remote command Online instructions YC-LINK couples single-axis controllers to a 4-axis controller

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Product Lineup [Robot positioner] Operation method : Point trace Remote command Points : 255 points Input power : AC100V / AC200V Position detection : TS-X Absolute Incremental TS-P Incremental Semi-absolute Simple operation only by specifying point number data The TS series are robot positioners that operate just by specifying a point No. and entering a START signal. These can do positioning or push operations without having to write a program. Speed changes can be made during movement by carrying out linked operation. Low price Costs were drastically cut compared to prior robot controllers by...

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[Robot driver] Easy tuning Operation method : Pulse train Input power : Main power 3-phase AC200V Control power Single phase AC200V Position detection : RDX Absolute Incremental RDP Incremental Special pulse string control driver These are dedicated pulse train input robot drivers for the YAMAHA single-axis robot FLIP-X series and the PHASER series. Using dedicated pulse train control allows eliminating operation via robot language so this can be easily assembled into automated units as a control device for compact and lowpriced robot mechanisms. Origin return function As a special origin return...

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Product Lineup [Single-axis robot controllers] Operation method : rogram P Point trace Remote command Online command Points : 000 points 1 Input power : AC100V / AC200V Position detection : SR1-X Absolute Incremental SR1-P Incremental Semi-absolute Diverse command methods Select an optimal method from the different command methods including program operation, point trace, remote command, and on-line command. Program uses the YAMAHA SRC language resembling BASIC. Use it to execute a variety of operations ranging from simple tasks to I/O output and conditional branching, etc. I/O assignment function...

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Handy YAMAHA SRC language functions Multitask function Function to make conditional stop during movement This function enables to execute up to 4 tasks of peripheral equipment of the robot at the same time. With the multitask function combined with the JMPP command, it is possible to have I/O output when the specified point is passed during movement. The arm can be decelerated and stopped, using I/O conditions of the MOVF command while it is moving. This function is useful when searching the target position with a sensor. [Multi-axis controller] Operation method : Program Operation via communication...

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Product Lineup Supports the robot vision “iVY System” Hand definition The RCX series also supports the YAMAHA robot vision “iVY System” capable of handling a vast range of applications yet is simple to setup. Installing the vision board inside the controller unit drastically simplifies the calibration task that up to now took a lot of time and trouble. Performing position offset at image recognition widens the device sphere of applications and makes it usable for general-purpose tasks (only supported on RCX240). This function operates the robot based on coordinates when the tool tip has been installed...

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Multitask function Additional axis function “YC-Link” This function executes multiple tasks (up to eight tasks) Multiple tasks will switch with the timesharing method. However, a priority can be assigned to each task. This priority can also be changed while tasks are running. The multitask function simplifies the entire system’s control configuration and also improves the operation efficiency. Using an optional YC-Link, the RCX series controller and SR1 series single axis controller can be linked easily. If necessary, by linking some controllers, it is possible to control up to 8 axes (Max. 6...

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Compact single-axis robots APPLICATION TRANSERVO FLIP-X Single-axis robots Linear motor single-axis robots SCARA robots Cartesian robots YAMAHA ROBOT CONTROLLERS Pick & place robots ●●LCD Monitor option TS-Monitor······································· 405 ●●Handy terminal HT1/HT1-D······································· 406 ●● Field network system with minimal wiring NETWORK······································· 406 ●●Touch operator interface Pro-face·············································407 ELECTRIC GRIPPER YRG Series············································ 455 ●●Compact single cam...

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All Yamaha Motor Co.,Ltd. catalogues and technical brochures

  1. Lineup Catalog

    12 Pages

  2. SCARA robots

    60 Pages

  3. Cartesian robots

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  4. Single axis robots

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  5. Clean type

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