3HAC3619-1 -DSQC503 - Axis Card - ABB
ABB axis card reference 3HAC3619-1 (referenced also: DSQC503) for IRB 2400 robot.
Card for S4C range. ABB Description: Axis computer
This ABB axis card is at your disposal to replace your defective equipment and has a guarantee adapted to your needs.
The IRB 2400 comes in a full range of robots designed to achieve excellent performance and maximum efficiency in your material handling, machine service and other process applications. The IRB 2400 gives you increased production volume, reduced turnaround time and faster delivery of your manufactured products.
Reliable - High operating time
The IRB 2400 is the most popular industrial robot. Its rigid structure and the use of a small number of components contribute to its high reliability and increase maintenance intervals.
Fast - short cycle times
ABB's unique motion control system optimizes robot acceleration and deceleration, reducing cycle times to a minimum.
Accurate - Reliable quality of parts
The best of its class in terms of trajectory accuracy and positioning repeatability (RP = 0.06 mm).
Powerful - optimal use
Load capacities range from 12 to 20 kg. Maximum action radius of 1.5 m.
Robust - Suitable for harsh production environments
Protection class IP 67, steam washable, clean room (class 100) and "Foundry Plus" available as an option.
Versatile - Flexible integration and production
ABB is a Swiss-Swedish company headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland. It is a major player in energy and automation technologies.
ABB is a leader in leading-edge technologies serving customers in utilities, industry, transportation and infrastructure, writing the future of digitalization of the industry and creating value.
ABB is a leader in advanced technologies in the fields of power grids, electrification products, industrial automation and robotics, serving its customers in utilities, industry, transportation and infrastructure. global level. With a legacy of more than 130 years of innovation, ABB is today writing the future of digitalization of the industry based on two clear value propositions: getting electricity from all power plants to everyone consumption points, and automate industries, from natural resources to finished products. As the title sponsor of the ABB FIA Formula E Championship, the FIA's 100% electric international motorsport competition, ABB is pushing the boundaries of e-mobility to help build a sustainable future. ABB is present in more than 100 countries and employs some 147,000 people.