• OMRON’s new i4L SCARA robot delivers quality along with scalability, preventative maintenance, and integration flexibility. It is capable of high speed, high-precision motion with payloads up to 5kg.
    OMRON’s new i4L SCARA robot delivers quality along with scalability, preventative maintenance, and integration flexibility. It is capable of high speed, high-precision motion with payloads up to 5kg.
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OMRON’s new i4L SCARA robot delivers quality along with scalability, preventative maintenance, and integration flexibility. It is capable of high speed, high-precision motion with payloads up to 5kg.

Interactive maintenance alarms and an RGB dome light can help maximise uptime. A status light helps to diagnose problems faster and more efficiently, maximising value in every stage of the product lifecycle. It is ideal for high-speed repeatable applications and comes with three options of working envelope with reaches of 350, 450 and 550mm.

OMRON Oceania managing director Henry Zhou said: “The new i4L SCARA robot gives users competitive performance and reliability at an affordable price. It can work 24 hours a day tirelessly, punctually, and safely.”

The i4L offers simple integration with a compact design and footprint. Horizontal (table mount) or vertical (wall mount) installation is possible without additional adapters or brackets. Cable connections can be arranged so that they exit through or are parallel to the mounting surface.

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