The SMT-180I is a Transducer DC Screwdriver with a state of the art brushless motor and a torque range of 31.9 – 159.3 in-lbs, and comes with a control unit as well as a PC software kit. The PC software kit is used to setup the screwdriver for your assembly jobs.
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- Lever and Push to start
- Full Auto Shut-Off clutch
- LED Status Indicators (ok, error, etc.)
- Temperature protection
- Full traceability and error proofing capabilities
- Comes with ESD Safe Housing
- Ergonomic Soft Grip
- SMT-C1B Smart Control Unit is required
- One year Warranty
- Brushless Motor (ideal for clean-rooms)
- Excellent combination of power and ergonomic features
- Reverse/forward switch
- Intuitive user interface
- Multiple programs and sequences for assembly job configurations
- Tracks vital tightening information at the job and part level
- Input/Outputs allow for external control of the screwdriver
- Easily integrated into a robot environment
- Input/Output Control Signals
- Serial Port Control Communication/Interface
- WiFi and LAN Control Communication/Interface
- Power source: 32/40 VDC
- Torque setting:Stepless (set via user interface)
- Torque range: 31.9 – 159.3 in-lb (36.7 – 183.6 kg-cm)
- R.P.M: 60-450
- Standard Torque Deviation: +-7%
- Communication Protocols: Input/Output signals, Serial Port, WiFi and LAN all supported!
- Weight: 2.49lb (1129.45g)
- Length: 12.33″ (312.6mm)
- Grip diameter: 1.6″ (40mm)
- UL and CE certified
Pairing the SUMAKE SMT-180I Transducer DC Screwdriver with the SMT-C1B smart controller enables operators to track tightening status, set up different tightening parameters (torque/thread/time) and transfer data a variety of different ways. Users are able to switch between multiple customizable programs to achieve various tightening tasks. This Unit is easily set-up and can be operated either from the panel or a PC or PLC.
You enter a fastener’s profile into this system and then associate the fastener with a job that allows you to control all aspect of the tightening process (for example):
- Torque Control – Configurable user interface sets torque, turns and timing limits by job and fastener.
- Data – All fastener information can be stored electrically for future reference.
- Rundown Control– Complete control of the rundown process, for example run down to a torque value and then reverse a certain number of turns.
- Screw Counting – Associate a number of screws to an assembly job and verify all screws are inserted before operator move to next part.
- Part Association – Allow for tracking festering information at the assembly part level.
- Remote Control – Use a computer or PLC to remotely start and stop screwdriver (great for robot automation)
- Security: Ability to lock the system so operators are unable to change settings.
This system has it all and can be customized to your assembly application have a questions request more information to find out the full capabilities of this tool today.