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  1. Intelligent Actuator (IAI) has a tool on their website for figuring out the correct cable between the actuator and controller. This was always a bit tedious in catalogs or otherwise. But with this tool in just a few clicks you can find the appropriate cable! https://www.intelligentactuator.com/iai-cables-search-tool/
  2. With Robotics expanding rapidly in the industry, the need for simple, easy to set up grippers for Robotic End of Arm Tooling is more important than ever. Intelligent Actuator makes some of the industries best electric actuators. With simple setup and unsurpassed quality, their RoboCylinder line of products has been an industry leader for decades. Now IAI has released a new ELECYLINDER Electric gripper. These 2 position actuators with built-in controllers replace air actuated cylinders and are set up with just 4 easy steps: They can be configured with the TB-03 teach pendant or IAI's new IA-OS software. They can even be configured wirelessly. These cost effective grippers come in 4 variations from 10mm and 28N of force up to 20mm and 360N of force. Best of all, they act just like a 5/2 valve with built-in sensors, with a simple Backward or Forward output and returning Backward and Forward signals, two digital inputs and two digital outputs control and monitor the gripper with ease. For more information and to get the catalog, visit IAI's website: https://www.intelligentactuator.com/ Or go Directly to the ELECYLINDER Gripper announcement here: https://www.intelligentactuator.com/elecylinder-gripper-type-catalog/?awt_a=AREc&awt_l=IBx9y&awt_m=3ary._bPZtxraEc
  3. Version 1.0.0


    The attached file shows how to connect a Cognex In-Sight camera to an IAI SEL controller via TCP/IP to send position information and other information from the camera to the IAI SEL Controller. Please Note! With the new RA/SA/RAX/SAX/RAXD/SAXD and RSEL controllers. The IP address and subnet of the controller needs to be set in parameters 172-179 instead of 132-139 as indicated in the document.
  4. Picking the right actuator and determining the pitch required to meet cycle times and carry the desired load can be tricky at times, but not if you are using IAI actuators. By using the cycle time calculators created by Intelligent Actuator which can be found on their website linked below, you can quickly and easily figure out the right actuator for your application. https://www.intelligentactuator.com/cycle-time-calculation-software/
  5. Version 1.0.0


    The attached file was created by Intelligent Actuator (IAI) and demonstrates how to use Ethernet/IP with your SEL type controller (XSEL, MSEL, etc).
  6. Version 1.0.0


    The attached file shows how to use Ethernet/IP with your CON type controller. It includes AOIs for RSLogix and two different documents.
  7. Version 1.0.0


    The attached file shows how to connect a Red Lion Graphite series OIT/HMI to an Intelligent Actuator (IAI) PCON controller using Modbus RTU.
  8. Version 1.1.0


    The attached file shows how to connect a Mitsubishi iQ-F series PLC to a Intelligent Actuator CON type positioning controller via Modbus RTU. This is a cost effective solution for on-the-fly position adjustment of a CON controller without the addition of fieldbus protocols to the IAI CON controller.
  9. The high-speed IXA SCARA Robot holds the fastest cycle times and yet achieves a lower price than previous SCARA models. The arch motion smoothly blends both horizontal and vertical motion to accomplish continuous high-speed cycle times. Fastest Cycle Times : The following measurements were taken during arch motion cycle operation under the following conditions. Achieves a Lower Price : The new SCARA robot is even more affordable than previous models. Plus, it offers even better performance and functionality. Low Vibration, Accurate Positioning : Higher rigidity and optimized control mean significantly less vibration while stopping. Equipped with a Battery-less Absolute Encoder as Standard : There is no need to replace batteries and less maintenance. Mechanical Structure/Features Download IXA Brochure
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