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Answer to: Can I do force control applications without any additional hardware or software?

Yes, the Universal Robots controller can be programmed to do "Force Moves" where the amount of force the arm is producing in a given direction is limi...

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Answer to: What type of hardware is the controller based on?

The controller is a compact Industrial PC that runs a Linux based Operating System.

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Answer to: How many revolutions are the joints capable of rotating?

All of the joints are capable of +/- 360 degrees of rotation (two full revolutions).

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Answer to: What motor & reducer technologies are used in the joints?

Each joint contains a Brushless Servo Motor and a Harmonic Drive Reducer.

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Answer to: Is the Universal Robots controller compatible with machine vision systems?

Yes, the Universal Robots controller can be configured to talk with almost any industrial device that communicates via Modbus TCP or Ethernet TCP/IP S...

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Answer to: Collaborative and Cage Free mode is interesting. Can any application be collaborative?

Collaborative is not for every application. Approximately 80% of Universal Robot installations are operating safely without additional guarding. Based...

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Answer to: What makes the Universal Robot collaborative (without additional safety equipment or hard guarding)?

The controller continually monitors and limits the amount of force that the arm is exerting to 150 N. Based on your risk assessment, this may be the o...

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Answer to: Where is the Headquarters for Universal Robots?

The Universal Robots Headquarters is located in Odense, Denmark

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Answer to: I have an I/O module & would like to use it with my In-Sight vision system. Which vision systems are supported?

Which I/O module and vision system do you have? • CIO-1400 I/O Module are supported with In-Sight 5000 series vision systems (except the In-Sight 5604...

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Answer to: Which software do I use for the In-Sight 7000 vision system?

For non-color models with the C-Mount lens configuration, use In-Sight Explorer and firmware version 4.7.1, through the most current software and firm...

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Answer to: What is the major difference between AutoCAD & SolidWorks?

The significant difference between SolidWorks and AutoCAD is that AutoCAD was designed and developed as a 2D package and later evolved into a 3D packa...

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Answer to: Collision detect

What fault does it show? Could it be a target that needs to be adjusted? Have you made sure the robot is not running into anything?

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Answer to: How do I know what to look for in a vision sensor?

Here are some things you should look for in a vision sensor. 1. Vision technology plays a very important role for even the most basic presence/absence...

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Answer to: How do I activate ABB RobotStudio?

The activation procedures are different for standalone and network licenses. If you have a standalone license, refer Activating a standalone license a...

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Answer to: I want to add decision logic to my job. How can I do this?

You can do this with the Math and Logic functions in either the Spreadsheet View or the EasyBuilder View.

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Answer to: What is the controller used for the IRB 1100?

The controller for the IRB 1100 is ABB robotics new Omnicore controller.

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Answer to: Where can the IRB 1100 be mounted?

The IRB 1100 will be capable of mounting at any angle.

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Answer to: What are the field of view options for the In-Sight 2000?

The In-Sight 2000 supports a wide variety of modular lens options. 3.6mm 6mm 8mm 12mm 16mm 25mm

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Answer to: What is ”Cat 3” or ”Category 3”?

The term “Category” should not be confused with the term “Stop Category”. “Category” refers to the type of architecture used as basis for a certain “P...

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Answer to: What is a "Stop Category"?

A “Stop Category” is a classification of how robot motion is stopped in a safe way. There are three different types.See the topic "UR Robots Safety" b...

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Answer to: What are the keyboard shortcuts in Wrike?

Mac users should use the Control key on their keyboard instead of the Alt key. Alt+Shift+N - creates a new taskShift+Left Click - creates a new task...

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