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Electric grippers catalog - 12 Pages

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ELECTRIC GRIPPER Product Lineup Electric grippers for the RCX240 controller Easy to operate since YAMAHA robot language gives unified control Gripping power control Settable in 1% units from 30 to 100%. Measures a workpiece by position sensing. Speed control Multi-point Control Settable as needed in 1% units from 20 to 100% for speed and 1 to 100% for acceleration. A maximum of 10,000 positioning points can be set. Workpiece check function Workpiece function Utilizes the HOLD output signal to check if the gripper fails to grip a workpiece or drops it, without using a sensor. Plenty of lightweight, compact model variations Single cam type Lightweight, compact, high-speed Single cam structure Unique cam structure is simple and compact. The fingers work due to external force since no self-locking is used. Double cam type High gripping force Double cam structure Unique double cam structure with gear. Simple design gives high gripping power yet body is compact. YRG-2005W Screw type Strait style High precision, long stroke Ball screw structure Belt-driven ground ball screw delivers a long stroke with high efficiency and high precision. YRG-2020FT/YRG-2840FT Three fingers type P.461 Compact, high rigidity, long stroke Compact ball guide structure Use of special cams provides light weight and compactness. Ideal for grasping and moving a round workpiece made of glass or similar material. YRG-2004T

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Electric gripper for high-precision gripping power, positioning, and speed control Combination with a vision system supports wide ranging applications YRG delivers gripping power control, speed and acceleration control, multi-point positioning, and measuring of workpieces, which have been difficult for air-driven devices. The YRG proves a flexible fit for a wide range of applications. Even sophisticated systems can be easily configured by using the YRG series gripper in combination with a controllerintegrated robot vision “iVY system". ■■Connection example Robot vision system: iVY System Controllable...

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Product Lineup Holding power Maximum speed (mm/sec) Repetitive positioning accuracy (mm) Detailed info page Screw type strait style Screw type “T” style Three fingers Hoding power control: 30 to 100% (1% steps) Speed control: 20 to 100% (1% steps) Multipoint position control: 10,000 max. Workpiece size judgment: 0.01 mm units (by ZON signal) Acceleration control: 1 to 100% (1% steps) Screw type strait style Screw type “T” style

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Simple gripper operation and control via the YAMAHA robot language! Just install a gripper control board into the RCX240 controller and set the electrical gripper as an additional robot axis. Single-axis robots Linear motor single-axis robots Compact single-axis robots APPLICATION TRANSERVO Electric gripper Cartesian robots SCARA robots Structure Double cam structure Ball screw structure Compact ball guide structure Unique cam structure is simple and compact. The fingers work due to external force since no self-locking is used. Unique double cam structure with gear. Simple design gives high gripping...

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APPLICATION TRANSERVO Compact single cam type YRG-2005SS Gripping power vs. gripping power setting (%) Single-axis robots Linear motor single-axis robots Model name Max. continuous rating (N) Holding Min. setting (% (N)) power Resolution (% (N)) Open/close stroke (mm) Max. rating (mm/sec) Min. setting (% (mm/sec)) Speed Resolution (% (mm/sec)) Holding speed (Max.) (%) Repetitive positioning accuracy (mm) Guide mechanism Max. holding weight Note 1 (kg) Weight (g) Compact single-axis robots Basic specifications Cartesian robots SCARA robots • Hoding power control : 30 to 100% (1% steps) • Speed...

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APPLICATION TRANSERVO YRG-2010S/2815S/4225S Gripping power vs. gripping power setting (%) 60 Model name YRG-2010S YRG-2815S YRG-4225S Max. continuous rating (N) 6 22 40 Holding Min. setting (% (N)) 30 (1.8) 30 (6.6) 30 (12) power Resolution (% (N)) 1 (0.06) 1 (0.22) 1 (0.4) Open/close stroke (mm) 7.6 14.3 23.5 Max. rating (mm/sec) 100 Min. setting (% (mm/sec)) 20 (20) Speed Resolution (% (mm/sec)) 1 (1) Holding speed (Max.) (%) 50 Repetitive positioning accuracy (mm) +/-0.02 Guide mechanism Linear guide Max. holding weight Note 1 (kg) 0.06 0.22 0.4 Weight (g) 160 300 580 Single-axis robots Linear...

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APPLICATION TRANSERVO YRG-2005W/2810W/4220W Gripping power vs. gripping power setting (%) 300 Single-axis robots Linear motor single-axis robots Compact single-axis robots Basic specifications Cartesian robots SCARA robots • Hoding power control : 30 to 100% (1% steps) • Speed control : 20 to 100% (1% steps) • Acceleration control : 1 to 100% (1% steps) • Multipoint position control : 10,000 max. Note. Design the finger as short and lightweight as possible. Note. Set the parameters and holding power (%) of the holding movement command so that any excessive shock is not applied to the finger during...

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APPLICATION TRANSERVO Screw type strait style YRG-2020FS/2840FS Gripping power vs. gripping power setting (%) 200 Linear motor single-axis robots • Graph shows a general guide to gripping power versus gripping power setting (%). Variations will appear in the actual gripping power. SCARA robots Note 1. Design the weight of a workpiece to be held so that it is approximately 1/10 to 1/20 of the holding power. (Consider further allowance when moving and swinging the gripper that keeps holding a workpiece.) Allowable load and load moment Pick & place robots Allowable load Allowable pitching moment...

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APPLICATION TRANSERVO Screw type “T” style YRG-2020FT/2840FT Gripping power vs. gripping power setting (%) Single-axis robots Linear motor single-axis robots Model name Max. continuous rating (N) Holding Min. setting (% (N)) power Resolution (% (N)) Open/close stroke (mm) Max. rating (mm/sec) Min. setting (% (mm/sec)) Speed Resolution (% (mm/sec)) Holding speed (Max.) (%) Repetitive positioning accuracy (mm) Guide mechanism Max. holding weight Note 1 (kg) Weight (g) Compact single-axis robots Basic specifications Cartesian robots SCARA robots • Hoding power control : 30 to 100% (1% steps) • Speed...

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