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September, 2021


www.us - tech.com Epson Intros All-in-One Six-Axis Robot


LONG BEACH, CA — Epson has introduced its VT6L, a compact, easy-to-install industrial robot, ideal for a wide range of simple applications and available at an affordable starting price. Whether the application


involves loading and unloading, packaging or parts assembly, the VT6L is a full featured six-axis performer which provides the perfect solution for simple parts transfer automation. With a reach up to 35.4 in.


(900 mm) and capable of han- dling payloads up to 13.2 lb (6 kg), the VT6L’s all-in-one design includes a space-saving built-in controller, a simplified cabling design making end-of-arm tool- ing easier than ever, and option- al pre-engineered cable mount- ing brackets. A SlimLine structure featur- ing a compact wrist pitch allows


Cinch Adds to Line of 40 GHz SMP Edge-Mount Connectors


WASECA, MN — Cinch Connect - ivity Solutions, a Bel group com- pany, has expanded its ganged SMP edge-mount connectors in two-port and four-port configura- tions operating to 40 GHz. These high-density solutions


with two- and four-port configura- tions incorporating 40 GHz SMP interfaces are designed to provide


users to access hard-to-reach areas in confined spaces. The VT6L installs in minutes and operates on both 110 and 220V power. The robot doesn’t require a battery for the encoder which minimizes downtime, reducing total cost of ownership. Operation of the VT6L is


enabled through the intuitive yet powerful Epson RC+® software, giving users the required tools to quickly build even the most com- plex automation systems. Easy integration with options such as Vision Guide and the IntelliFlex™ flexible feeding system is also


available, as are cleanroom (ISO 4) and protected (IP67) models. Whether one is new to


automation or an experienced pro- fessional, the VT6L opens a world of application opportunities. With its ease of use, industrial function- ality and pricing, many applica- tions that were too costly to imple- ment with standard six-axis robots are now possible. Contact: Epson America,


VT6L six-axis robot.


Inc., 3840 Kilroy Airport Way, Long Beach, CA 90806 % 562-290-5683 E-mail: darek.connole@ea.epson.com Web: www.epsonrobots.com


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Ganged SMP edge-mount connector.


superior RF connectivity. Ganged SMP connectors allow ease of design and mating of multiple connectors with a single connec- tion in a snap-on interface. Edge-mounts are designed


to allow dense packaging of mul- tiple connectors to support the connection of two PCBs orthogo- nally in tight spaces. Available in full detent, lim-


ited detent, and smooth bore con- figurations, Cinch’s high-quality standards of ruggedness and durability offer excellent per- formance with VSWR of 1.15 max to 26.5 GHz and 1.50 max to 40 GHz.


Contact: Cinch Connectivity


Solutions, 299 Johnson Avenue SW, Waseca, MN % 507-833-8822 E-mail: help@cinch.com Web: www.cinch.com


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