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uniVAL drive – offering robot control for standard drive communication

uniVAL drive is a “ready to plug” solution to drive Stäubli’s entire range of 4 and 6 axis robots with generic industrial multiaxis controllers.

uniVAL drive eases the integration of Stäubli robots and makes the procedure simpler and faster than ever before – saving time, costs and resources.

Perfectly adapted for machine builders

uniVAL drive meets machine builders’ need for a robot control, fully compliant with the existing industrial multi-axis control interface. Machine builders are now able to drive a Stäubli robot as a standard machine suited for a wide range of applications, with no need for training on a new development environment. In addition, the human machine interface remains the same for the operator.

Main benefits

Easy to connect to state of the art real time Ethernet based field buses

Fully compatible with Stäubli standard services and maintenance tools

Cost efficient solution, no additional robot programming language knowledge required

uniVAL drive offers benefits in terms of:

Performance

  • Arm behavior benefits from Stäubli’s know how and arm behavior algorithms
  • Supports major real time field buses (ETHERCAT, POWERLINK, PROFINET, SERCOS ...)
  • Full system access from the master controller (robot I/O, drive internal status, robot control information)

Simplicity

  • Simple integration based on standardized protocols using drive profiles (Sercos drive profile, CanOpen CiA 402 drive profile)
  • The entire machine (servo axis, robot, HMI, I/Os...) is driven by one single control platform
  • Programming is done with the wellknown language of the master industrial multi-axis controller

Safety

  • Joint couplings, safety controls and robot calibration are handled by the uniVAL drive
  • Servoing and robot behaviour are mainly managed by the uniVAL drive using proven servo control algorithms
  • uniVAL drive implements safety functions CAT3/Pld as defined by ISO 13849