ABB Australia Pty Ltd
ABB is a leader in power and automation technologies that enable utility and industry customers to improve their performance while lowering environmental impact. The ABB Group of companies operates in around 100 countries and employs about 115,000 people.
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ABB has released a comprehensive offer of motor and gear unit packages that enables robot integrators to create custom solutions for work piece positioners, robot carriers, track motions, servo guns and indexing conveyers. The motor and gear units are designed to optimise cost-efficiency and performance and to simplify integration and operation.
ABB’s IRB 2600 multi-purpose robot features an optimised, compact design that offers a high payload capacity of up to 20 kg and a very wide working range.
The FlexPicker IRB 360 is a second-generation, high-speed picking robot that claims faster processing and faster payback for packaging applications. The robot offers the ability to handle heavier objects and accommodate the mass of increasingly sophisticated grippers required in handling diverse products. The IRB 360 is the second-generation delta robot solution for precision pick-and-place applications. It features high speed, high payload, accuracy, reliability and ease of use.
ABB has launched the ACS850 drive module which features an in-built energy saving calculator, embedded Modbus and drive-to-drive link, intelligent user interface with a series of assistant wizards, integrated safety functions, modular hardware and software, and a removable memory unit.
ABB has released a low-voltage AC drive that has been specifically targeted at pump and fan applications. The addition to the ABB standard drive family ranges from 0.37 to 22 kW.
ABB Australia’s second-generation FlexPicker robot, the IRB 360, is more productive with increased speed, higher payload and a smaller footprint than its predecessors.
ABB has enhanced its IRC5 controller operating system with the release of RobotWare 5.10.
Recognising that few plant engineers within manufacturing companies have the prerequisite skills to integrate robots into existing and new plant, ABB Robotics has established its Partner Network of experienced experts in robotics and automation integration.
ABB has released a backwards bending, six-axis robot.