Mitsubishi Electric Robot Overview

Mitsubishi MELFA Robots are a driving force for commercial success all over the world delivering outstanding benefits:

  • Faster production cycles – MELFA robots have fast Pick-and-place cycle times up to 0.29s
  • Easier installation – All Mitsubishi robots have internal routing of cables and hoses
  • Less maintenance – By using brushless AC servo motors your robot will need less maintenance
  • Precision control – Absolute position encoders as standard mean you always know exactly where your robot arm is
  • Flexible operation – Up to 256 independent programs can be stored for each robot

Quicker and easier commissioning – Mitsubishi’s outstanding selection of programming languages means you can choose what is best for you Other features include Class 10 clean room robots, interrupt processing, sensorless collision detection and Mitsubishi’s advanced software development tools.

RV-F Series 6-axis Robots

The MELFA range of robots includes a great diversity of types, models and versions. The articulated-arm RV series includes everything from high-performance compact models with 2 kg payloads to powerful models that can handle up to 20 kg. The RV series has been optimized with a choice of three major networking technologies: Ethernet (Ethernet/IP, Profinet, CC-Link IE), DeviceNet, Profibus DP and CC-Link. For complex automation cells where movement is restricted, or there is a large distance between working points, the RV series robots can control up to eight additional axes to its standard robot arm configuration.

RH-F Series SCARA Robots

Mitsubishi’s RH-F SCARA robots provide high speed and accuracy suitable up to  20KG of payload.  Mitsubishi F series robots feature an industry leading 3 Year onsite warranty. The RH-F SCARA Robots excel at packaging, assembly, palletizing, and inspection. Available as a standalone robot with connectivity to CC-Link, EtherNet/IP, PROFINET,  or as part of the IQ control system. Features include conveyor tracking, additional servo axis control, and easily integrated with popular vision systems. Advanced safety functions can be incorporated for collaborative robot applications, often eliminating the need for robot cages.