Robotiq’s Wrist Camera brings Plug + Play vision for Universal Robots in your factory. With a 30-minute setup time, it locates objects on a work surface, without any coding required.
Robotiq’s Wrist Camera is the simple, easy-to-use, part location option that works exclusively with Universal Robots. With the Wrist Camera, you eliminate the need for expensive, custom fixtures to present your parts.
With all software embedded on the robot controller and the easiest user interface on the market, everyone can teach a part and program a task.
|Minimum field of view (cm)||10 x 7.5||10 x 7.5||10 x 7.5|
|Maximum field of view (cm)||36 x 27||64 x 48||100 x 75|
|Minimum part size (% of field of view)||10%||10%||10%|
|Maximum part size (% of field of view)||60%||60%||60%|
|Integrated Lighting||6 LED diffuse white light||-||-|
|Focus Range||70 mm to infinity||2.76 in to infinity||-|
|Compatibility: Universal Robots UR3, UR5 and UR10 with controller CB3.1 or higher.|
You don’t need a background in robotics to use the Wrist Camera. It installs in minutes on the Universal Robot arm, and our Gripper UR+ makes its configuration and programming fast and intuitive.
We also offer pre-built program templates for the most common applications that can be automated with Universal Robots.
Don’t start from scratch, download our vision Application Packages and save valuable time.
The Robotiq Wrist Camera is a perfect fit for all UR models with controller 3.1+. There is no custom wiring, no external PC required to set up, program or run the Camera.
The Wrist Camera was designed exclusively for Universal Robots. See how easy it is to use vision right from the robot’s teach pendant. See how you can teach your robot how to recognize a part in minutes.
The Wrist Camera enables the use of Universal Robots in unstructured environments, eliminating the need of complex and costly jigs in order to position your parts. It simplifies robot cell integration and saves valuable time getting into production.
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