Rozum Robotic Arm – Pulse 75 Robot Manipulator
PULSE by Rozum Robotics is a lineup of arm-manipulators intended to automate commercial and industrial workflows and research and education projects. The products cater to applications demanding superior precision of positioning and consistent performance. The arms are most efficient in repetitive tasks with minimum variations in process parameters, such as pick-and-place, machine tending, gluing, etc.
PULSE robots boast modular design and six degrees of freedom, almost as many as a human’s upper limb has. In practice, that means that available degrees of freedom will allow you to cope with up to 95% of all production tasks. The machines consist of aluminum linking elements and self-designed servo motors embedded into joints. Depending on the intended use, they can be integrated with various end effectors—grippers, welding equipment, laser tools, video cameras, etc.
The built-in servo drives enable precise angular displacement of joints within the span from -360 to +360 degrees and position the work tool with a thousandth-degree accuracy.
PULSE robotic arms are safe, require no costly protective caging, and can work in direct contact with a human. Teaching trajectories by hand guiding makes setup, configuring, and adjusting the robots quick and easy, even for a user with no coding or engineering background. For advanced control, Rozum Robotics has implemented an Application Programming Interface (Java, Python).
PULSE by Rozum Robotics is a collaborative 6-axis robotic arm intended for manufacturing enterprises of all sizes, makers and innovators, research institutions.
PULSE 90 has a reach of 90 cm and a payload of up to 6kg.
- programming via any device with a browser interface (mobile/tablet/laptop/PC)
- API accessibility for programming on Python
- universal flange for any gripper connection
- low weight
- compact size
- LIVE technical online support
PULSE is a collaborative robot. It means it is safe, doesn’t require costly protective caging, and is allowed to work in direct contact with a human. In addition, the PULSE arm is certified as per the related safety standards.
- 1x Robotic Arm PULSE
- 1x Control Box
- 1x Connection Cables Set
- 1x Mounting elements
- 1x Software MAX Extended Package
- 1x EU confirmation certificate
- Model: PULSE 75
- Payload: 6 kg
- Reach: 750 mm
- Degrees of freedom: 6
- Position repeatability: +/- 0.1 mm
- Ambient temperature: 0…35 °C
- Weight: 12.6 kg
- Non-stop lifetime cycle: 20 000+ hours
- Max TCP velocity: 2 m/s
- End-effector mounting flange: ISO 9409-1-50-4-M6
- Footprint: 120 mm
- Platform: Web interface. Any device
- Programming: Hand-guiding. REST API. UI
- Warranty: 1 year
- Distributor Price: $26,990.00
- ROI & Payback period: Get ROI Calculator
THE ROBOTIC TRAINING CELL
Dive into robotics with RozumLab! It is the first training cell that allows acquiring robotics skills applied in 90% of processes in actual production. Additional sets of equipment help to dig into such topics as computer vision, working with the conveyor, using specialized end-grippers, and the security systems of a robot.
Numerous companies would like to automate with robots immediately, but there are many stop-factors—for example, the lack of professional and experienced personnel in the domestic labor market. Robotics specialists have insufficient knowledge and, critically, lack practical experience in integrating robots and their maintenance.
Rozum Robotics offers a plug-and-play solution for efficient robotics education facilities. RozumLab covers 90% of processes that take place in actual production. This allows students to acquire relevant skills in using cobots. RozumLab learning programs are built not on the principle of “what the robot can do”, but on the principle of “what the business and the employer need.”
The training cell by Rozum Robotics was developed based on the cobots created in-house. All components are certified.
- Ready learning program: The standard program is developed for 14 weeks. Due to the versatility of components and ease of programming, the list of laboratories can be quickly supplemented and expanded.
- Modern equipment: Collaborative robots are used in businesses all around the world. The training cell by Rozum Robotics was developed based on the cobots created in-house. All components are certified.
- No limits: Thanks to the open API, it’s possible to update teaching materials regularly. In addition, program cobots without limits, as there is a wide variety of languages and settings.
- Fair price: The price of our training cell is 15% — 20% lower than the cost of similar solutions on the market. The cost of each training cell includes 12 months warranty, support, and training.
CNC Robotic Arm
THE CNC MACHINE TENDING ROBOT
Automate the loading and unloading of your CNC machines with a robotic arm PULSE. Careful 24/7 tending is guaranteed with excellent robot performance and individually selected end-effectors. PULSE is compatible with most Doosan, Haas, Spinne machines models and is easy to move from one machine to another due to its lightweight and compact size.
The PULSE arm is certified as conforming to EU/EC safety norms for low-voltage power drive systems and electromagnetic compatibility in accordance with the following directives: 2006/42/EC Machinery Directive 2014/35/EU Low Voltage Directive 2014/30/EU EMC Directive The list of the conformity assessment norms for tests includes the following harmonized standards: EN ISO 10218-1:2011 (EN ISO 10218-2:2011)—safety requirements for robots and robotic devices EN 60204-1:2006/AC:2010—electrical equipment safety EN ISO 13849-1:2015—safety-related parts of control systems EN 62061:2005/AC:2010—functional safety of safety-related controls EN 61000-6-2:2005/AC:2005—electromagnetic compatibility (immunity) EN 61000-6-4:2007/A1:2011—electromagnetic compatibility (emission standards) ISO/TR 15066:2016—safety requirements for collaborative industrial systems.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How does the robotic arm work?
PULSE is a manipulator-type robot. The PULSE robotic arm consists of 6 segments connected by movable joints. This provides freedom of movement that is comparable to the mobility of a human hand. The robot was created based on the Rozum Robotics servomotors and frameless motors.
2. How to program a robotic arm?
The robot is controlled via the REST API. With an open API and a wide selection of languages, you get almost limitless PULSE tuning options.PULSE also can be controlled manually. You have to guide the robot to the desired points – PULSE remembers the trajectory and then repeats the movement with an accuracy of 0.1 mm.
3. What does the price of the PULSE robotic arm include?
The delivery package includes the PULSE collaborative robot, a control unit, a set of connection cables for the mounts, and a software package of Rozum Robotics. In addition, each robot is provided with a 12-month warranty with the possibility of extension. We provide detailed instructions in English, and our technical support is always ready to answer your questions online.
4. What is a collaborative robot?
A collaborative robot is a robot that can safely interact directly with a person.
Collaborative robots (or cobots) are lightweight and small, easy to control manually. Moreover, thanks to computer vision and a high-precision motor system, collaborative robots can be used without installing protective cells and other expensive security systems.
5. Which grippers can I use for PULSE?
The PULSE robotic arm uses a universal flange that is compatible with most grippers presented on the market. You can use serial grippers or, for example, print a specified gripper for your tasks. Not sure which gripper is right for you? Contact us, and we will help to choose email@example.com.
6. How does the installation of the PULSE robot help my business?
With proper use, the PULSE cobot begins to work for you from the first day: productivity increases, dependence on the human factor falls, the marriage is minimized, etc. The word “man + cobot” is 85% more efficient than the autonomous execution of tasks by traditional industrial robots, not to mention completely non-automated processes.
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