- Easy-to-task: trainable by anyone
- Inherently safe: cage free Lightweight and portable: < 5lbs
- Dexterous: performs human-like tasks
- Cost effective: accessible for all budgets
Unlimited applications for Education
With Cyton robotic arms the applications are endless, from initial exploration through sophisticated university research.
- Input Voltage:100-240 VAC
- Battery supply(optional): 12V DC2A
- Ambient temperature from 20ºC to 35ºC
- Can be used under normal atmospheric pressure conditions
- Carrying/storage case
- Three-finger gripper for the 1500
- E-learning curriculum
Actin Software – Empowering CytonE
The Cyton is enabled by Actin software—the same software used for high-end hardware in the space, energy, medical, and nuclear fields. With the purchase of the Cyton, you gain access to the power of years of development by world-class robotics engineers and testing on robotic systems field ed across the globe.
The 3D visualization and control interface enables real-time remote control across a local network or over the Internet. You can train the robot tasks and automatically find joint angles that avoid collisions and joint limits. Easily download and deploy new functionality through the plugin interface. Even create your own lugins to customize the Cyton to suit your needs.
The included API and supporting software toolkit enables you to write your own C++ or Python programs. All this is supported by simulation-based validation,aphysics-based simulation lets you try new payloads and new tasks in a virtual environment.
RobaiCytonE Humanoid Manipulator
Robai lightweight robotic systems transcend traditional robotics through advanced software. Robai’s premier Cyton line of kinematically redundant robotic manipulators have more dexterity and a larger workspace that is enabled through powerful inverse kinematics algorithms. With Cyton robots, it is easy for any user to script complex motions,apply autonomous sensing procedures, or teleoperate from remote locations – all while automatically dodging collisions with the environment and optimizing joint placement for accuracy and strength.
Humanoid robot arms, with many degrees of freedom, can reach around obstacles and through gaps, reconfigure for strength, and manipulate objects with dexterous fluid motion. These robots have kinematic redundancy, like that of the human arm, that enables placement of a hand or tool at a position and orientation in an unlimited number of ways.
Combined with Energid’s Actin 3D visualization, reasoning, and control software, the Robai Cyton Gamma can perform advanced control by exploiting its kinematic redundancy.
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