Technicals Specifications

Tailored for your needs.

A 6-axis robot arm for maximum adaptability

Payload
300g
Reach
490mm
Weigth
7kg
Repeatability
+- 0,5 mm
Power Supply
12 Volts / 7A
Material
Plastic injection and aluminum
WiFi
2,4GHz & 5GHz
Ethernet
1Gb/s
USB
2.0 - 3.0
CPU
ARM V81.5 GHz
RAM
4Gb RAM
Storage
32Go

A comfortable workspace.

Make sure you have enough space around the robot so that you can work in the best possible conditions and avoid damaging the robot.

Smart size, smart price.

Space-saving to fit into any workspace, it will look great on your desk.

Installation.

The robot must be placed on a table or flat surface that is larger than the surface of its support unit.

Easy connect tool mounting.

Each tool has the same magnetic connector interface. This option allows a quick-change option of the tool and good stability.

Step 01

Put the groove on the side of the motor, pointing down

Step 02

Put the groove on the side of the motor,
Fix the gripper to the robot axis using the magnetic part. down

Vision set mounting.

Only two screws supplied with the kit are needed to install the camera.

To mount the Vision Set, all you need to do is attach the camera to Ned2’s wrist.

The cable of the vision set need to pass through the wrist to avoid trouble during movement of the robot.

Flexible back panel.

Open and accessible, the Ned 2’s back panel allows you to connect your accessories and sensors without headaches.

Digital inputs : Type NPN
[DI1 – DI2 – DI3]

Settings
Min
Max
Units

Voltage

0

5

V

Current

0

5

mA

Analog input
[AI1 – AI2]

Settings
Min
Max
Units

Voltage

0

5

V

Current

0

20

mA

Resolution

-

12

bit

Analog output
[AO1 – AO2]

Settings
Min
Max
Units

Voltage

0

5

V

Current

0

30

mA

Resolution

-

12

bit

Ergonomic control panel.

Record positions and trajectories very easily and connect your grippers quickly to the robot using the control panel.

Custom button
This button is programmable and allows the user to choose the type of action and the function of the button.

Save button
A short press on this button saves the robot’s position on Niryo Studio.

Freemotion button
Pressing and holding this button deactivates the torques in the motors and performs the FreeMotion operation

Gripper connector
This connector is used to control the Custom Gripper, Large Gripper or Adaptive Gripper.

Electromagnet connector
This connector is specifically for connecting Niryo’s electromagnet. There is also a digital input for connecting a sensor, for example. Programming the input/output can be done through Niryo Studio.

Digital inputs : Type NPN
[DI4]

Settings
Min
Max
Units

Voltage

0

5

V

Current

0

5

mA

Digital Outputs : Type PNP
[DO4]

Settings
Min
Max
Units

Voltage

0

5

V

Current

0

5

mA