All models come standard with battery-less absolute encoders.

IXP PowerCON SCARA Robot
IXP PowerCON SCARA Robot and MSEL-PCX/PGX Program Controllers

For full specs, Download the SCARA Robot IXP Series Catalog


More Affordable Due to Pulse Motors

By adopting pulse motors...
...the IXP costs around 1/2 a conventional model.
* Compared against an IAI robot based on an arm length of 350mm.

The IXP achieves a payload equivalent to that of a conventional model by adopting high-output drivers.



All Models Come Standard with Battery-less Absolute Encoders

All IXP models come standard with battery-less absolute encoders that does not require batteries. Since battery replacement is no longer necessary, maintenance man-hours are reduced.

Advantages of Battery-less Absolute Encoders

  • The machine will not stop due to battery errors (low voltage, etc.)
  • No cost of battery replacement
  • No need for absolute reset or other physical tasks associated with battery replacement


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Lighter than a Conventional Model

The robot weighs approx. 30% less.
(Compared to: IX-NNN3515)


The lightweight robot can be easily assembled into your equipment.

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Added 3-axis Specification and
4-axis* Gripper Specification

The 3-axis specification has no rotational axis for greater allowable inertial load moment. It can be combined with a dedicated gripper to constitute a transfer robot with ease.

* The gripper type has four axes including three SCARA robot axes and one gripper axis.


Examples of Using the 3-axis Specification

SCARA robot example of 3-axis application

SCARA robot example of 3-axis application

 

SCARA robot example of adding another actuator

SCARA robot example of adding another actuator as its 4th axis



Product Lineup

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For full specs, Download the SCARA Robot IXP Series Catalog





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