KeTop handheld operating devices
New era of mobile robot operation
Show the robot the way
Using the inertial sensors of the 6D Inertial Measurement Unit (6D IMU), the KeTop T10 directMove detects its position and direction in the three-dimensional space. The operator can therefore easily specify the required movement or rotation by indicating in the direction of motion and then operating a small joystick – regardless of his/her position relative to the robot.
This means that no in-depth knowledge of coordinate systems is required. The motion speed can be changed via the intensity of the joystick movements. This means that individual path points can be set and finely adjusted using the KeTop T10 directMove. If required, standard operating units and screen devices such as notebooks can also be used for programming.
through four operating modes
- directMove mode: the robot follows the direction instructions from the KeTop T10 directMove completely free in space.
- snap2grid mode: use of defined coordinate systems as reference directions for the KeTop T10 directMove for precisely directed movements of the robot.
- virtual handle mode: the KeTop T10 directMove acts as a virtual handle on the Tool Center Point to change its alignment quickly and easily.
- axial movement mode: for the direct movement of individual robot axes as with a conventional handheld operating device.
Maximum operational safety
save of time at teach-in
programming knowledge is not required
retraction from critical situations
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