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【New Product】 LCM-X (Linear Conveyor Module) - 8 Pages

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Catalogue excerpts

Basic specifications of linear conveyor module Drive method *1. Subject to system configuration *2. Different from one motion pattern to another *3. Maximum current capacity for one input section (one connection unit). Where the electrical power demand exceeds the input capacity, supply electrical power through multiple input sections. *4. The YHX controller requires a separate electrical power supply. Total system control by Universal Controller YHX series Cooperative and Synchronous Control YAMAHA YAMAHA MOTOR CO., LTD. IM Operations FA Section 127 Toyooka, Kita-ku, Hamamatsu, Shizuoka 433-8103, Japan Tel. +81-53-525-8350 Fax. +81-53-525-8378 URL https://global.yamaha-motor.com/business/robot/ # Specifications and appearance are subject to change without prior notice.    E-mail robotn@yamaha-motor.co.jp LINEAR CONVEYOR MODULES

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Yamaha's own unique univerersal robot control concept offers Total Optimization of your production line. Helps building fully automated production line efficiently at lower cost in a short period of time. YAMAHA's Advanced Robotics Automation Platform in the product lineup is a good match with IoT. Full range of robotic products used for various automated processes including transport, handling, assembly, and image recognition have been completely renewed. The newly released Universal Controller YHX series enables cooperative and synchronous control of the Yamaha robotic products. In addition,...

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Next generation of linear conveyor module. Faster, more accurate, and easier to use Improve space efficiency, transport accuracy, and acceleration / deceleration performance. Taking the place of the predecessor model "LCM100" while employing module structures and high speed direct drive by linear motors, the "LCM-X" enables to build up high value-added yet general-purpose transport systems between processes. Significantly improved space efficiency, higher transport accuracy and increased acceleration and deceleration performance, the linear conveyor modules realize higher level transport automatization...

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A production line using LCM-X linear conveyor modules From ordinary “passive flow” to “active position transport”. By converting conveyor flow into active production process improves profitability. Reduce transport time. High speed, high acceleration transport Dramatically increase production line efficiency with the high-speed pitch operation, assembly work on the slider, and the reverse feed of the slider, etc. Improve productivity. Save space. Step-by-step investment No origin process needed Eliminate wasted time and space in the transport process and increase profit- Module structure Highly...

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Further advanced usability for central and coordinate control with one Universal Controller. Universal Controller Centrally control all sliders on the transport process, including the circulation operation, and the peripheral robots. Controllable line length The module profile and pitch between sliders are approximately half the conventional sizes by incorporating the newly developed linear motor, sensor module, and integrated motor driver built into the body. At the same time, the A single Universal Controller can control all the sliders in a centralized manner including slider circulation. Capable...

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Realizing universal and high value-added transport between processes. Can be moved efficiently between processes with different tacts Direct drive Narrow pitch operation Set the stop position in a short time just by changing the program. Flexibly handle frequent setup required when changing part types. Reduce transport cycle time, and save equipment space. Direct drive with the servo control eliminates the need to install mechanical stoppers and sensors for stopping. Narrow pitch movement makes it possible to perform pitch feed within the same process for short time processes. In long time processes,...

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System configuration diagram Configuration example One way 1700 m, vertical circulation transport line * 200 mm linear model and single-axis robot are used for circulation section (traverser) All slider operations in the transport process and control of the peripheral robots can be completed with a single Universal Controller. Efficiently and easily build an automated production line. | Freedom and flexibility in line layout design_ Universal Controller YHX series Example of horizontal circulation Example of vertical circulation Power unit Driver unit Host controller Single-axis robots Single-axis...

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Linear module YQ Link terminating connector Connect to the terminal end of the linear conveyor module that is connected with the Universal Controller. Refer to the system configuration drawing for a connection example. External view LCM-X Module connection and installation * Special order. Contact the Yamaha Sales Office for details. This connector supplies power from module to module. This is a 6-pin jumper connector with wire for power bypass. Robot slider This is a 3-pin connector for power input that supplies power from the external power unit to the module. The applicable wire diameter is...

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