The CR20A represents a significant advancement in the CR series, offering remarkable improvements in terms of safety, efficiency, flexibility, and user-friendliness.
Safety is enhanced by its ability to handle a maximum payload of 20 kg, a notable increase that expands the range of collaborative robot applications. With an impressive working radius of 1,700 mm, the CR20A is well-suited for heavy-duty tasks in industries such as automotive, home appliances, logistics, and metal processing, including picking, packing, palletizing, and welding.
One standout feature of the CR20A is its industry-first dual-channel end effector design, enabling direct connection to multiple end tools. This design innovation greatly enhances its versatility. Additionally, the robot incorporates a visual status indicator located at the base, providing clear and intuitive recognition of its operating status.
Advanced motion control algorithms ensure stable operation and reduce residual vibrations by 50% during high-speed emergency stops, enhancing efficiency and safety. The robot supports Profinet and Ethernet/IP communication protocols, allowing seamless connectivity with PLC systems. It also boasts 24 digital IO ports with excellent support for PNP and NPN switching, simplifying the expansion of applications.
Safety measures are robust, with both the robot body and control box meeting a high IP54 protection level. In cases of overload, the robot automatically triggers an alarm. Furthermore, the CR20A features an innovative electromagnetic brake protection mechanism, which minimizes the drop distance of the end tool in the event of a power failure, further enhancing safety.
Designed with user-friendliness in mind, the CR20A offers a plug-and-play design, ensuring swift deployment using a variety of accessories available within its ecosystem. It provides multiple programming options, including a graphical interface akin to Scratch, scripting using programming languages such as LUA, and API support for languages like C, C#, Python, and Kotlin. Moreover, users have the flexibility to teach the robot by manually guiding its movements, making it accessible to individuals with varying levels of expertise. Additionally, it can be conveniently controlled via smartphones, tablets, and computers.
In summary, the CR20A represents a groundbreaking step forward in collaborative robotics, offering a compelling combination of safety, efficiency, versatility, and ease of use. Its increased payload capacity, innovative features, and wide range of applications make it a valuable asset for various industries seeking to automate tasks and processes.