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Mover4

The Commonplace Robotics Mover is a robot arm that has been designed especially to meet the needs of schools, universities and R&D institutions. He offers best functionality with a very high value for money.

   

 

  The Mover4 robot arm allow to replay automation scenarios close to reality, he can be used as a motion platform and connects physics, math and computer science with reality!
With its four axis he can move free in space and turn the hand. Different tools can be attached to the flange, e.g. a two finger gripper or an electrical magnet.
With the gripper the robot has a reach of 550 mm and a payload of 500 g.

Communication: The robot arm is controlled via USB by a standard PC or laptop. The programming environment CPRog provides versatile interaction possibilites, but also allows an easy entry.
Packages for the ROS Robot Operating System by Willow Garage are available and allow the combination of the arm with state of the art robotics software.
Of course the robot can also be controlled by another software, the CAN protocol is well documented.

Starter Set: The enable an easy start the starter set contains all necessary parts: the robot arm, a stand, a two finger gripper, the mains adapter, USB to CAN adapter and the CPRog software. Only the laptop is not included.
  Specification:
Construction: Serial, four servo joints with gear motor, encoder and μC per joint
Payload: 500 g
Reach: 550 mm with gripper
Weight: 3,5 kg
Communication: USB, internally CAN
Power Supply: 12V via mains adapter, <60W
Digital Inputs: 3 digital inputs 12-24V
Digital Outputs Base: 3 Relay Outputs, 30V/ 500mA
Digital Outputs Flange: 2 digital Outputs, 5V/25 mA,, +12V and GND for Gripper
Software: CPRog (Windows), ROS (Linux)

Video: Unboxing of the Mover4

The Mover4 robot arm is not suitable for use in industrial production.

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Availability: The Mover4 and options are found in our online shop. We are please to send a quote, please send a short mail.
The Mover4 is also available via www.robotshop.com