Provider of robotic measuring systems for performing objective quality assessments Battenberg Robotic GmbH & Co.KG has finalised a new type of end-of-line (EOL) robotic measurement system. The new test cell RobEOL 2 for semi-automatic end-of-line testing of control panels features a universally adjustable test adapter that can carry many different types of control panels.
According to the firm, the application range of the system is very broad, including applications in the medical equipment industry. With its specific and changeable sensors, grippers or tactile tools the system can measure, validate and document force-displacement, torques, and angles characteristic curves as well as offsets on surfaces and colour accuracy. The system can be used to measure and evaluate the haptic, visual and acoustic quality of control panels such as switches, knobs and keypads of interior components including air outlets, air conditioning control panels, infotainment and communication systems.
The test cell consists of two assembly stations with test adapters, a robot arm for visual control and handling tasks, and an additional robot arm for haptic tests. After passing the test, the EOL measurement robotic system prints the specific product data onto the element. If the element has failed the test, the component is deposited with a detailed test report on a different assembly line. The results are stored within a database and are available for further statistical use.
Battenberg ROBOTIC GmbH & Co. KG
Marburg, Germany +49 6424 920 69