DENSO Safety Motion
Working near DENSO robots safely is possible thanks to the Safety Motion function of the new RC8A robot controller. This function enables users to define virtual fences around the work environment and thus regulate the robot’s activity when a person enters into predefined safety zones.
The system uses optical sensors to dynamically control robot speed in relation to the distance of approaching individuals.
- Stops robot motion when personnel are detected
- Returns robot to operation immediately after personnel leave
- Limits robot operation speed to safe level when sensor detects personnel entering a specified area
- Limits robot operation area to personnel working area
- Personnel and robot can both approach common operation area
The DENSO Safety Motion function is a cutting-edge tool for maximizing industrial robot safety and is offered as an option with the RC8A robot controller. Optical sensors are employed to dynamically control robot speed in relation to the distance of approaching individuals, making working environments with robots safer for humans. The sensors, one placed at the bottom and one at the top of the automation cell, generate virtual safe zones. The green and yellow zones are farthest from the robot and the red zone is closest. Entry into the green and yellow zones triggers speed reductions, while entry into the red zone stops the robot entirely.
Compact size greatly improves freedom of layout: Install anywhere.
The world's smallest high performance 8-axis controller
- Lightweight RC7M: 22 kg, RC8: 12 kg, RC8A: 10kg
- Space-saving Cable
Advanced functions and usability
Greatly improved ease of use
Improved GUI for increased efficiency
A comprehensible menu structure and improved usability. Improved GUI and functions reduce time required to implement a robot.
Leveled specifications and standards to improve variability 80% of global share networks supported
Many devices can be custom controlled and connected to meet a wide range of needs