Original price was: $1,888.00.Current price is: $1,688.00.


New original warranty for one year

Brand: ABB

Contact person: Mr. Lai


WhatsApp:+86 17750010683




Product parameters
Model: NBRA-658C
Brand: ABB
Size: 10cm x 10cm x 30cm
Weight: 1.2KG
Color: White Black
Working voltage: 5V
Working temperature: -10 ℃ to 50 ℃
Communication interface: RS232, RS485, CAN
Product specifications
Support for MODBUS protocol
Support hardware flow control
Using high-speed CMOS devices
Support for data caching
application area
NBRA-658C is mainly used in the field of industrial automation, such as DCS PLCs, industrial controllers, robots, etc.
NBRA-658C is mainly used in steel manufacturing, thermal power generation, hydroelectric power generation, glass manufacturing, paper mills, cement factories, petrochemicals
Chemical fiber, pharmaceutical manufacturing, rubber, plastics, ferrous metal food, machine tools, specialized equipment, transportation vehicles, mechanical equipment
Electronic communication equipment, instruments and beverages, tobacco processing, clothing, textiles, leather, wood processing, furniture, printing, etc
Model: NBRA-658C Brand: ABB Archive Function: Communication Function Product Certification: Qualified
Working voltage: 24V Internal variable: No pattern Type: Vector diagram Applicable range: Industrial type
Number of screens: 4 Imported or not: Yes Customized for processing: No
Alarm function: Product name: Module Input voltage: 24V Rated current: 5A
Special service: including postage. Remarks: one-year warranty. Operation method: remote control
Applicable motor: servo motor system memory: 8MB Display color: 99.9 color gamut
Power voltage: 220V Input method: Current Input Material code: 65218
Communication interface: HDMI interface Working temperature: 60 Material number 26854 Other functions Analog communication
Output frequency: 50HZ Rated voltage: 24V Alarm type: Light alarm
Disconnect capacity: 0.01 Vector graph support: Minimum number of packages supported: 1
Display type: IPS USB interface quantity: 2 interfaces Memory card slot: 2
Panel protection level: 3 Memory expansion capacity: 128MB User script support: supported
Speed response frequency: 1MS Working environment temperature: -40 to 100 Insulation withstand voltage test: Passed
Third party communication products: ABB controllers available for sale in: nationwide
Product Instructions
Please install NBRA-658C correctly on the device and connect the communication interface cable properly.
Please refer to the user manual for operating NBRA-658C to ensure proper use.
Product Introduction
NBRA-658C is a high-performance industrial automation communication module that uses high-speed CMOS devices, supports MODBUS protocol, and supports hardware flow control. It is an ideal choice in the field of industrial automation.

Contact person: Mr. Lai
WhatsApp:+86 17750010683

When German Chancellor Mucker inserted an index finger into the mechanical tongs at the Hannover Messe and insisted on personally testing the intelligence of the robot “Corn”, almost all the audience present held their breath and sweated in their hearts. But his pliers immediately stayed in place, and everyone breathed a sigh of relief.

Since the establishment of ABB China Research Institute in 2005, ABB China R&D personnel have developed the world’s fastest and most accurate six-axis robot – the “Dragon” IRB 120, and officially launched the world’s first true robot to the market at the Hannover Industrial Fair in Germany. YuMi (“Corn”), a dual-arm industrial robot that realizes human-machine collaboration.

On the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the establishment of ABB China Research Institute, Mr. Claes Rytoft, the group’s global chief technology officer, was interviewed by reporters on ABB’s robotics business development and other issues.

Reporter: Is the development of the robot “Corn” targeted at the application needs of specific industries?

Claes Rytoft: Before talking about “corn”, let’s first look at other robots that have been used in industry before. They are basically industrial arms that do some complex repetitive work. But these robot arms are not safe. They must be placed in a cage and separated from people at a distance because they are not safe enough.

So let’s look back at “Corn”, he can collaborate with others, he can stand next to you and participate in the work together. In the process of your human-machine collaboration, if you accidentally touch it with your arm, it will immediately slow down or even stop. This collaborative robot is an innovation in the entire field of robotics.

Let me tell you a tidbit. At the Hannover Industrial Fair in Germany last week, ABB’s robot “Corn” became the focus, and it was almost one of the most attractive booths at the expo. At that time, German Chancellor Mucker insisted on personally testing the safety and intelligence of “Corn”, so he inserted his index finger into the mechanical tongs on “Corn”‘s arm. At that time, almost all the spectators present held their breath and were sweating in their hearts, fearing that something would go wrong and Mucker would be injured. But as soon as Mukeer put his fingers in, his pliers immediately stopped in place, and everyone breathed a sigh of relief.

This example also shows that “Corn” is a true human-machine collaborative robot, and the users it targets are users who need human-machine collaborative work.

“Corn” can be used in many assembly and manufacturing industries. In terms of human-machine collaboration, there is no compromise in the accuracy of its operation, and it can accurately reach an accuracy of 0.02 mm, which is equivalent to the smallest gap that can be felt by the human hand. To put it figuratively, you can use “corn” to “thread the needle”.

Reporter: What is the development direction of ABB Robotics in China? What is the driving force for development?

Claes Rytoft: ABB’s robot business first started in the automotive industry. In the era of mass production in the 1950s and 1960s, robots were used to perform complex and dangerous operations, such as spraying and welding.

Take welding as an example. To ensure that welding meets standards, it must be operated by very skilled technical workers, and robots can also meet standards after being programmed. This is why the first robot was born at ABB’s Swedish research institute and was quickly promoted to worldwide.

There is always room for development in this industry, and saturation is relative. China has now become a production base for electronic consumer products, and most of the production factories still rely on manual labor. Therefore, when ABB established a robot R&D and manufacturing base in Shanghai in 2005, it began to study which manufacturing industries robots should serve, and finally believed that it could replace Labor in these factories is also a new development direction. This depends more on the Chinese team.

In 2009, Dr. Gu Chunyuan, chairman and president of ABB (China) Co., Ltd., led a local team to successfully develop the IRB 120 robot, which is specifically designed for small parts assembly in the automotive industry.

As for the driving force of development, it is cost. In 2005, Dr. Gu Chunyuan went to a labor-intensive equipment company in China for research. At that time, he imagined that if the robot designed by ABB could complete all the operations of human hands on this production line, it would be able to relieve these young people from these heavy and intensive tasks. Freed from extremely boring and highly repetitive labor to do other things. This is why ABB Robotics has determined such a development direction in China.

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