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Universal gripper
Servo-electric 2-finger parallel gripper with sensitive gripping force control and long stroke

Advantages – Your benefits

  • Current-controlled gripping force adjustment of a huge force range
    for the delicate or powerful gripping of different workpieces
  • Long and freely programmable stroke
    for flexible workpiece handling
  • Fully integrated control and power electronics
    for creating a decentralized control system
  • Versatile actuation options
    for simple integration into existing control concepts via PROFINET or PROFIBUS
  • Connectors in industrial standard
    for easy electrical connection
  • Service interface: USB Host and USB Device
    for comfortable parameter setting and firmware updates by USB flash drive or PC
  • Rotary encoding switch and DIP switch
    for manual fieldbus addressing, baud rate setting and service functions

Options and special information

  • The electrical control of the gripper is carried out by the fully integrated control and power electronics. Hence, the module does not require any additional external control units.
  • A wide range of interfaces are available for communication, such as PROFINET, PROFIBUS-DP or CAN. This enables the assembly of industrial bus networks and ensures simple integration into existing control concepts. We offer varous cables for transmission of power supply and data communications.
  • Base jaw interface
    The interface of the base jaws corresponds to that of the universal gripper PGN-plus-P. This means that the extensive range of finger accessories for the PGN-plus-P can also be used for this gripper, taking into account the interfering contours, and the application limits that apply.