Rainbow Robotics also offers a built-in pneumatic line, which makes its cobots much easier to use (eliminates the need to arrange and organize cables). The built-in pneumatic option is compatible with all RB series products. Depending on the pneumatic and signal lines, the user can select either A1, A2, or A3.
RB10-1300 has a payload of 10kg and a maximum range of 1.300mm, meaning it can handle the heaviest load among all cobots in the RB series. It is effective for tasks involving heavier objects such as packaging, courier transportation, and pallet loading.
* (A1 model has a single pneumatic line, so you can use it without any restrictions on the range of joints.)
* (RB Pneumatic cobot has 6 ports of digital input and 2 ports of output on the tool flange side.)
* (In the case of the A2 model, the operating range of the base is limited to +-180 degrees. Use beyond this range is not recommended.)
Rainbow Robotics' Teaching Pendant is a lightweight, highly responsive product, and it can be connected via wired or wireless options. Also, a single Teaching Pendant can control multiple robots.
When writing a program, a robot often has to be repositioned or relocated. RB series cobots have a jog dial next to the programming window. Users can use the jog dial to move the robot and add the desired commands.
Program tree viewing
Users can access the program summary through the program tree, and functions such as zoom/scroll can help view the content with greater accuracy.
Users can confirm and load previously created programs through the SubProgram and Template functions. The loaded program is automatically grouped so that the user can check the full overview.
Users can control the entire port by selecting either ON or OFF. Furthermore, various options such as a bit combination output and pulse output are available for digital output.
Teaching Pendant has debugging and monitoring functions to check the value of each selected variable. While the program is running, users can check the selected variable via a pop-up, and check variables in real-time using the monitoring function.