For more than 10+ years Epson Vision Systems have been used to allow Epson Robots to see. Our Vision Guide software leads the industry in ease of use with a point and click development environment filled with high performance vision tools. From simplistic to extremely advanced applications, Vision Guide was built to reduce development time without giving up performance.
With a 2 tiered product offering, Epson Vision Guide software runs on both our PC based high performance vision solutions as well as on our value priced Epson CV1 Vision System. We give you the Power of Choice to select the right system for your application.
Fieldbus I/O is used in factories worldwide to reduce cabling costs, setup time, and promote standard device usage. However, there is not 1 accepted Fieldbus I/O standard. The more commonly used Fieldbus I/O standards are: DeviceNet, Profibus, EtherNet/IP and CC-Link. The EPSON RC620+, RC180 and RC90 Controllers support support all 4 of these Fieldbus I/O options. (EtherNet/IP not supported by RC90)
|Fieldbus Options||Support for EtherNet/IP, DeviceNet, Profibus and CC-Link fieldbus systems in both master and slave configurations.
Epson provides integrated software options to help developers and users reduce the time it takes to build their systems. Powerful user interface tools such as GUI Builder, application specific tools such as integrated force sensing, and connectivity tools such as VB Guide which allow control from Visual Basic, C#, or LabView and many more options are all available for use with Epson RC+. Check out some of our powerful integrated options as shown below.
Epson Robots come standard with lots of I/O. However, many applications require additional I/O for interfacing with peripheral workcell equipment such as conveyors, grippers, tooling, etc. For this reason we offer additional I/O boards which are easily installed and used.
Epson has a variety of additional options such as Conveyor Tracking, Teach Pendants, Tool Adapters, Terminal Blocks and much more. We will be adding more options to this section very soon.