Robot Arm

HITBOT Z-Arm 2442 can have trachea inside.
HITBOT Z-Arm can be installed upside down, but can’t be installed horizontally.
Since the protocol is not open-source, the PLC does not support direct communication with HITBOT robot arms. It can indirectly communicate with the arm’s standard host computer HitBotStudio or secondary development software to control the robotic arm. HITBOT Z-Arm robots are equipped with a certain number of IO ports for signal interaction.
It is not currently supported. The standard version software HitbotStudio can only run on Windows systems (7, 10), but there is a secondary development kit (SDK) installed in the system, and applications can be developed to control the robot according to specific requirements.
HitbotStudio and SDK development kit can run on Win7 and Win10 system, but Winxp and Win8 have not been tested yet.
Theoretically speaking,up to 254 robots can be controlled inder one host IP. It actually depends on the computer configuration and machine performance.
Yes. You just need to create multiple lines since each line can independently control a HITBOT robot.
Server.exe is a server program, which is responsible for transferring information between the robot arm and the user program.
Presently, HITBOT robot cannot directly be compatible with the any visual system. Users can use HitbotStudio or secondary development kit to receive visual data to control the robot arm. In addition, the HitbotStudio has a python programming module, which supports directly developing customized program modules.

Robot Grippers

Yes, there is a symmetry error of less than 0.1mm, and the repeatability is ±0.02mm.
No. Users need to design the fixture by themselves according to the actual application demands. In addition, HITBOT can also provide a few fixture for reference. Users can contact Sales Directors for detail information.
The drive controller is default built-in, so users don’t need to pay extra.
No. Grippers for single-finger motion is under development.
The clamping force of the Z-EFG-8 is 8-20N. The Z-EFG-8 can be adjusted manually by the positioner on the side of the electric gripper or by the software in the analog mode through wiring.The clamping force of Z-Z-Z-EFG-20 is 80N. The clamping force can be adjusted by adding a controllable deformation material in front of the fixture, which can be obtained according to the corresponding curve of deformation and force.
Z-EFG-8 does not support adjusting stroke. 200 pulses of Z-EFG-20 correspond to 20mm stroke, and 1 pulse should be 0.1mm stroke.
You can only tell whether the gripper has stopped if you use Z-EFG-8. For Z-EFG-20, the number of feedback pulses reflects the current position of the gripper, so users can tell whether the object is clamped by counting the feedback pulses.
No, they are not waterproof. Please contact our Sales Directors for special demands.
Yes, both 8mm and 20mm refer to the effective stroke, not the size of the object being clamped. If the maximum to minimum size difference of the object being clamped is within 8mm, you can use Z-EFG-8 to grab the object. The maximum to minimum size difference is within 20mm, you can use Z-EFG-20 to grab the object.
Z-EFG-8 can keep working in a temperature environment of about 30℃, and the surface temperature of the robot gripper will not exceed 50℃.
Z-EFG-20 support detecting whether the object is gripped via the position setting value and feedback value. Z-EFG-8 does not currently support it.