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Compact robot controller CA25-S series
with teach pendant

compact robot controller
compact robot controller
compact robot controller
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compact, with teach pendant

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Product Overview Controller Features: (CA25-S10, CA25-S40, CA25-S80) Slave Units This unit is used as an auxiliary unit on multi axis systems and is controlled by a master unit This unit includes a driver for single-axis Each Slave unit includes an additional 8 user inputs and 8 user outputs, accessible via the Master unit. I/O Type (PNP vs NPN) is selectable at order placement Slave Units have a user selectable input power setting (100~115VAC or 200~230VAC), allowing for global integration capabilities (Note: The CA25-S40 and CA25-S80 use 200~230 VAC power only.) Enhanced Functions A high-performance servo control engine is used in every Master Controller to enable handling of even the most complex trajectories and 3D interpolation, such as complete sealing work A special line-up of controllers for high loads (motor capacities greater than 750 W) is available for reducing the cost of high-load systems A master unit with a built-in driver controls for one axis can be connected to additional Slave controllers handle up to a maximum of four control axes (two axes in previous models). This eliminates the need for a high-function master unit, which was required for 3- and 4-axis combinations before. This enables lower costs and reduced space requirements The processing speed of the controller has been increased for further reducing the cycle time The “external point designation mode” has been enhanced so that after positioning is completed, external output of the point table number is possible, making integration even easier

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