Yaskawa MH180-120 Motoman

The MH180-120 is a robot of aerodynamic design ideal for manipulation of large parts, thanks to the thin contour of the wrist it is possible to perform tasks in places of difficult access, This robot possesses speed reducers of high consistency that provide high speed of movement and minimizes cycle times. Equipped with the DX200 controlled.
 
DX200 Controller
 
DX200 is one of the robust system architecture controllers of high reliability and system level efficiency for the robotic work cells. Variety of fieldbus network connections. Dynamic interference zones protect the robot arm and provide advanced collision prevention. Allows up to three auxiliary / external axes and can be mounted remotely. provides:
Application flexibility.
High productivity.
Minimal integration costs.
Application flexibility.
Increased reliability and energy efficiency.
Improved maintenance capacity, reduced average repair time (MTTR).
Category 3 Performance Level Functional Safety Unit (FSU).
Control of multiple robot of up to 8 robots / 72 axes with synchronized movement between devices.
Advanced robot motion control (ARM) provides high productivity and trajectory planning.
Small and light pendant with Windows® CE programming color touch screen with multiple window viewing possibilities.
Main specifications
 
Maximum Load of Robot: 120 kg
Number of axis: 6
Maximum horizontal reach: 3,058 mm
Maximum vertical reach: 4,105 mm
Repeatability: ±0.2 mm
Controller: DX200   
    
Motion range (°)
 
Axis S: ±180°
Axis L: +76°/- 60°
Axis U: +90°/-142°
Axis R: ±360°
Axis B: ±130°
Axis T: ±360°
 
Maximum speed (°/s)
 
Axis S: 125°/s
Axis L: 115°/s
Axis U: 125°/s
Axis R: 182°/s
Axis B: 175°/s
Axis T:  265°/s
 
Robot applications
 
Press tending
Machine tending
Material handling

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Industrial Machinery Export Bilbao, S.L.
Polígono Ugaldeguren III, nó 32, Pabellón 1
48170-Zamudio (Vizcaya) Spain
Tel. 0039 3395310971
0039 3387620171
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Last updated: 8 Dec, 2019