Pneumatic gripper CSSP series
springparallel2-jaw

pneumatic gripper
pneumatic gripper
pneumatic gripper
pneumatic gripper
pneumatic gripper
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Characteristics

Operation
pneumatic, spring
Type
parallel
Number of jaws
2-jaw
Application
for industrial robots
Options
compact, double-acting, self-centering, lightweight, IP40
Grip strength

62 N, 76 N, 94 N, 107 N

Stroke

6 mm
(0.236 in)

Description

The Series CSSP pneumatic gripper provides an innovative solution for cobots used in industrial process applications such as machine tool tending, end-of-line packaging, and assembly. Its lightweight and compact design optimises available space and cobot payload, ensuring flexibility, safety, ease of use, and efficiency. Type of construction - Self-centering collaborative gripper with T-guide Operation - Double acting with spring in closing or opening Size - 40 mm Air connections - M5 (tube Ø6 mm) Operating temperature - 5°C ÷ 50°C Storage temperature - -10°C ÷ 60°C Maximum use frequency - 3Hz (NC) 1.7Hz (NO) Repeatability - 0.02 mm Medium - Filtered air in class [7:4:4] according to ISO 8573-1. In case lubricated air is used, we recommend ISOVG32 oil and to never interrupt lubrification. Protection class - IP40 Compatibility - ROHS and REACH Directives Certifications - ISO 12100, ISO 10218, ISO TS15066, ISO 4414, IEC 61000-6-2, IEC 61000-6-4 Operating pressure - 4 ÷ 7 bar Voltage - 24V Max current - 0.25A

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17-22 Sep 2024 Hanover (Germany)

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    3-06 Nov 2024 Chicago (USA - Illinois)

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