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Z Axis Length *
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Z-axis length* (when choosing a 4-axis robot) Z-axis length* (when choosing a 4-axis robot)

This is the vertical axis of DENSO’s 4-axis (SCARA) robots (also known as 3rd axis). This axis moves up and down. Choose the axis length you need.

*Product picture is for reference purpose only!

Mounting Option
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Mounting Option

Depending on the robot type, DENSO robots can be mounted on floor, ceiling and wall.
Please be advised that DENSO 4-axis (SCARA) floor-mounted robots cannot be mounted on the ceiling! Please make the proper selection.

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Floor

Mount DENSO robots on the floor

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Wall

Mount DENSO robots on the wall (only selected models). SCARA (4-axis) robots cannot be mounted on a wall!

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Ceiling

Mount DENSO robots on the ceiling.

Cleanroom Protection Class
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Cleanroom Protection Class

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) defines a classification system for cleanrooms and associated controlled environments. Basically, this ISO standard classifies cleanrooms by the maximum number and size (0.1 µm, 0.2 µm, 0.3 µm, 0.5 µm, 1 µm and 5 µm) of particles found in the air.
DENSO offers 4- and 6-axis robots in cleanroom classes ISO 5 and 3.
For more information about cleanroom environments please visit the website from ISO: http://www.iso.org

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ISO 3

According to the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), cleanroom class ISO 3 refers to the limits of maximum concentration of particles/m3 of air equal or larger than 0.1 µm (1 000), 0.2 µm (237), 0.3 µm (102), 0.5 µm (35) and 1 µm (8).

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ISO 5

According to the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), cleanroom class ISO 5 refers to the limits of maximum concentration of particles/m3 of air equal or larger than 0.1 µm (100 000), 0.2 µm (23 700), 0.3 µm (10 200), 0.5 µm (3 520), 1 µm (832) and 5 µm (29).

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H2O2-resistant

H2O2 is the chemical composition of Hydrogen Peroxide. This chemical is commonly used as antiseptic and bleaching agent in cleanroom and associated controlled environments across a wide range of industries such as pharmaceutical, medical, etc. This chemical produces strong corrosive effects on the surfaces it has contact with. Equipment exposed to hydrogen peroxide must provide resistance against it. Aware of this, DENSO has developed specialized 6-axis robots able to work under such strict cleanroom conditions and offer hydrogen-peroxide-resistant features.
 
Following DENSO robots are H2O2-resistant:
 

  • VP-G2-S1
  • VS-050-H2O2/UV-resistant
    (resistant to sterilization with UV-radiation as well)
  • VS-087-H2O2/UV-resistant (same as above)

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H2O2/UV-resistant

Ultraviolet-radiation (UV) is an additional sterilization method employed in cleanroom environments. DENSO offers a new specialized, high-accurate and fast series of 6-axis robots resistant against such sterilization agents.
 
The following robot models offer hydrogen-peroxide and UV-radiation-resistant features:
 

  • VS-050- H2O2/UV-resistant
  • VS-087- H2O2/UV-resistant

Connector Type
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Rear Rear

Connect motor and encoder cables from the rear of the robot’s base (available for 4- and 6-axis robots).

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Bottom Bottom

Connect motor and encoder cable from the bottom of the robot’s base (available only for VS-050, VS-060, VS-068 and VS-087 6-axis robots incl. their H2O2/UV-resistant versions).

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IP Class


The International Electrotechnical Comission (IEC) defines an international classification system that indicates the degree of protection of an enclosure of electrical equipment against access to hazardous parts, against ingress of solid foreign objects (e.g. dust) and possibly harmful ingress of water.

In few words, this classification provides information as to the environmental conditions under which DENSO robots can be operated.

The IP classification consists of the letters “IP” followed by two digits and an optional letter.
 

  • The first digit indicates the level of protection of the equipment against the ingress of solid foreign bodies into an enclosure.
  • The second digit defines the level of protection of the equipment against the harmful entry of water in various forms (e.g. dripping, spraying, submersion, etc.)

In the above mentioned example, IP40 means:
 
  • 4: protection from entry by solid objects with a diameter or thickness greater than 1.0mm
  • 0: No special protection from the entry by liquid

For more information about IP classes, please visit the website from IEC: http://www.iec.ch

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IP30 (standard VP Series only)

  • 3: protection from entry by solid objects with a diameter or thickness greater than 2.5 mm
  • 0: No special protection from the entry of any form of moisture

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IP40 (standard)

  • 4: protection from entry by solid objects with a diameter or thickness greater than 1.0 mm
  • 0: No special protection from the entry of any form of moisture

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IP65/54

DENSO robots with this protection class offer:
 
For the 4th, 5th and 6th axis:
 

  • 6: dust-tight
  • 5: protection against low-pressure jets from all directions – limited ingress permitted

For the 1st, 2nd and 3rd axis:
 
  • 5: protection from the amount of dust that would interfere with the operation of the equipment
  • 4: protection from splashed wate
 

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IP65

  • 6: dust-tight
  • 5: protection against low-pressure jets from all directions – limited ingress permitted

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IP67

  • 6: dust-tight
  • 7: protection against effects of immersion from 15cm to 1m

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UL Specifications (US/Canada)

UL is a global independent safety science company dedicated to promoting safe living and working environments. This organization basically tests and certifies products and solutions concerning safety issues.
UL certification means that a representative sample of a particular product has been tested and certified by UL. This certification is especially important for the North American and Canadian markets.
For more information about UL, please visit: http://ul.com

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Bellows Bellows

If required, DENSO 4-axis robots with IP40 or IP65 protection class can be equipped with (protective) bellows for the 3rd axis.
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