The CRG 200 by gripper maker Weiss Robotics is a genuine powerhouse. With a grasping power of 200 N, it has the resilience for applications that were past community oriented grippers.
The creative highlights of the new servo-electric grasping module from Weiss Robotics are a reaction to the regularly expanding requests in communitarian mechanical autonomy. Notwithstanding utilizing its muscles with a 200 N grasping power, the flexible CRG 200 additionally has a noteworthy stroke of 85 millimeters, which makes it appropriate for a wide scope of assignments. Parameterization, control and demonstrative capacities all happen through the business standard IO-Link on the CRG 200, which implies the status of the grasping procedure can be forever checked and changes made on the fly if fundamental.
Furthermore, the CRG 200's responsive holding part discovery evacuates the requirement for outer sensors and empowers adaptable parameterization through the IO-Link. Workpiece checking is incorporated as standard, which guarantees solid taking care of all through the procedure by promptly alarming the control framework if the unit startlingly loses its hold on a workpiece. The CRG 200 is additionally hoping to score focuses over the challenge with its grasping power. Instead of just restricting the engine current to change this power as is normal in the segment, it highlights show based, sensorless grasping power control that is exact and unaffected by outside impacts. This makes it simple to grasp even weak, delicate and malleable parts. To wrap things up, the CRG 200 comes furnished with a quick holding power maintenance work that keeps the unit from losing its grasp on workpieces in case of a power cut by for all time keeping up the last grasping power set and empowering the procedure to proceed when the power is exchanged on once more.