As they are key to highly flexible automation tasks, we have enhanced three different robotic arm grippers from Robotiq through the H-ROS SoM. Ranging from 50mm to 140mm stroke.
ROS 2.0 native
Ready to be steered with MARA, the first truly modular collaborative robot.
Independent ROS 2.0 adapter, plug & play
Easy to install manually and seamlessly working with other modular robot components.
Real-time, time-sensitive communications
Qualified -through the H-ROS SoM- to achieve time synchronization and deterministic communications enabled with TSN standards.
Three highly adaptable robotic arm grippers to be used in combination with MARA or other ROS 2.0 enabled robots. Now you can operate them from ROS 2.0 directly, by using a simple Ethernet connection.
|Stroke (adjustable)||50 mm||85 mm||140 mm|
|Grip force (adjustable)||60 to 130 N||20 to 235 N||10 to 125 N|
|Form-fit grip payload||5 kg||5 kg||2.5 kg|
|Friction grip payload||3 kg||5 kg||2.5 kg|
|Gripper mass||1 kg||0.9 kg||1 kg|
|Position resolution (fingertip)||0.2 mm||0.4 mm||0.6 mm|
|Closing speed (adjustable)||20 to 150 mm/s||20 to 150 mm/s||30 to 250 mm/s|
|Contact sales||Contact sales||Contact sales|
The H-ROS connector family greatly simplifies the assembly of the modules providing contacts for power and communication purposes. Spring-based, the contacts offer the needed tolerance and flexibility. Thanks to this, an easy mechanical coupling can be made, avoiding cables.Discover the H-ROS Connector