Industrial robot controller is smaller, has improved panel, better connections

ABB Robotics' second generation IRC5C is an industrial robot controller that is equipped with a clean operator panel, and improved cable connections for easier access and use.
By ABB Robotics February 3, 2015

ABB Robotics' second generation IRC5C is an industrial robot controller that is equipped with a clean operator panel, and improved cable connections for easier access and use. Courtesy: ABB RoboticsABB Robotics’ second generation IRC5C is an industrial robot controller that is up to 25% smaller than the original compact model. The IRC5C comes equipped with the majority of the functionality and benefits of its larger counterpart. The IRC5C also comes equipped with a clean operator panel, and improved cable connections for easier access and use. There are now, for example, external connectors for all signals, and a built-in, expandable 16-in, 16-out I/O system. The IRC5C retains the motion control of the IRC5, featuring TrueMove and QuickMove. These features are designed to help ABB robots perform in terms of accuracy, speed, cycle-time, programmability and synchronization with external devices. The controller also makes it easy to quickly integrate additional hardware and sensors, such as ABB’s Integrated Vision.

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