Euromap 67 on Universal-Robots
Some Injection Moulding Machine (IMM) has or can be fitted with a Euromap 67 interface which is a standard for connecting a “handling device” with a IMM. Such handling device can be a Universal-Robots.
A UR robot can also be fitted with a Euromap 67 interface (see photo below of the Interface board and interface cable).
This makes the connection more easy and it follows a known standard and it also includes safety signals.
Naming of E67 Outputs on Universal-Robots – see below.
Naming of E67 Outputs on Universal-Robots.
Mould Area Free (15)
Enable Mould Closure (1)
Enable full Mould opening (2)
Robot operation mode (8)
Enable ejector back (9)
Enable ejector forward (10)
Move core pullers 1 to pos 1 (11)
Move core pullers 1 to pos 2 (12)
Move core pullers 2 to pos 1 (13)
Move core pullers 2 to pos 2 (14)
Manufacture dependant A5 (0)
Manufacture dependant C5 (4)
Manufacture dependant C8 (7)
Reserved for future use A8 (3)
Reserved for future use C6 (5)
Reserved for future use C7 (6)
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