The firm says the robots can function collaboratively with people based upon safety and security functions such as accident detection as well as rigorous conformity with the global safety, as well as robot standards ISO 10218-1, as well as ISO/TS15066.
The series additionally will introduce intuitive design software, RT VisualBox, for “fast, easy system implementation.
Mitsubishi adds that consumers will be able to use Mitsubishi Melfa Assista and RT VisualBox to understand more efficient production, minimize the complete price of ownership of robotic production systems, and fulfill new needs for the appropriate distancing of workers in manufacturing sites.
The vital features of Mitsubishi’s new collective robots include:
- Simplified application growth making use of user-friendly flow-chart programs.
The RT VisualBox programs device developed by Mitsubishi Electric makes it possible for running sequences to be produced with ease by linking block layouts in a chain of occasions, consisting of connection with other gadgets, such as robot hands, as well as cameras.
Rapid program-development and style time aid to lower the system’s complete cost of possession.
- Rapid robotic setup time by means of the devoted control panel
Robot motions can be taught, as well as taped swiftly by means of a devoted control panel on the robot arm, eliminating different training boxes required for traditional industrial robots.
The control board includes a straightforward design with a minimal number of buttons for simplicity, enabling also unskilled customers without expert expertise in robotics to establish the system with ease.
Input as well as control tools for developing, tape-recording as well as deploying activity programs.
- Easy surveillance of robot status by means of LED light
An intense LED light that makes use of different colors to indicate the condition of the robot lies easily on the robot arm for easy watching, aiding to lower the total price of ownership by getting rid of the demand for conventional monitoring devices.
- The Melfa Assista collective robots, as well as the RT VisualBox Engineering Software application, are already readily available to purchase, and Mitsubishi is targeting sales of 1,000 units for every one of the items.