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SCHUNK Manual Quick Change System SHS

The SCHUNK Manual Quick Change System SHS is a tool changer for cobots from Doosan, OMRON and Universal Robots. The basic version SHS consists of 1x SCHUNK SHK (robot connection) and 2x SCHUNK SHA (tool connection). With a weight of only 350 g and a recommended maximum payload of 11 kg, the SCHUNK Manual Quick Change System SHS offers a lot of performance in a small space. Of course, the SCHUNK Manual Quick Change System SHS is compatible with the SCHUNK Plug & Work portfolio.

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2.020,002.080,00 excl. VAT

Features

The manual tool change system has an integrated air feed-through, interlock sensing and offers the option of an electrical feed-through. The Versatile Quick Change System offers a series of six sizes based on an ISO flange pattern. This allows easy mounting to most robot types without additional adapter plates.

The scope of delivery consists of a head module, which is supplemented with 2 additional adapter modules.

The manual tool change system is part of the Plug & Work portfolio, which includes electrically and pneumatically controlled grippers, quick-change modules and force-torque sensors. The SCHUNK end-of-arm modular system allows a wide range of combinations to handle the product of your choice.

Technical data

Max. dynamic bending moment Mx/My: 75 Nm
Max. dynamic bending moment Mz: 135 Nm
Weight: 0.35 kg

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