A FANUC M-2000iA/900L robot equipped with iRVision 2D, demonstrates its high capacity payload and long reach in this automated storage and retieval system.
The rigid arm design of the M-2000iA/900L has a 900 kg payload (1,984 lbs) and vertical lifting stroke of 6.2 m for transferring extremely heavy items such as truck, tractor, and automotive frames, and other large castings. The robot uses iRVision to read the 2D barcode on the first of two pallet loads from a conveyor, pick up the load, and transfer it to a large warehouse storage rack.
DCS Speed and Position Check Software restricts the travel of the robot to the exact area in which it works. The most significant benefit of DCS Speed and Position Check is in applications where the travel of the robot needs to be restricted due to floor space or process limits that are less than the full reach of the robot.
The M-2000iA/1200 has the highest payload and the strongest wrist compared to all other electric six-axis robots available today capable of supporting a 1,350 kg payload.