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NEW! FD19 Controller

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The OTC Daihen FD19 robot controller offers built-in support to connect and share operational, production and performance data with your factory network and production management systems. There’s also built-in support for networked I/O, machine vision systems, laser power sources and other peripheral equipment.

  • Even easier to plug-and-play with other automation equipment
  • Easily add 2D and 3D machine vision
  • Plug-and-play support for laser power sources including IPG and Trumpf

Key Benefits:

  • Limitless potential of extensive “CONNECTIVITY”
  • Versatility to “Connect” with facilities, devices and users
  • Easily “connects” with peripheral equipment through simplified system configuration
  • High-performance, built-in, software PLC
  • FREE ISaGRAF (Rockwell Automation) PLC programming software
  • Faster I/O response (less latency) delivers better reaction accuracy
  • Expandability of I/O via a variety of simultaneous protocols
  • Industry 4.0 connectivity via OPC-UA to your production control system
  • Expanded motion control via “connectable” external axis unit
  • Built-in amplifier and external 2-axis unit
  • Enhanced support for high-capacity, 7kW motors
  • Greatly improved synchronization with welders
  • Simultaneous operations with multiple robots yield greater levels of productivity
  • Built-in communication interfaces and commands for both 2D and 3D machine vision systems
  • Offline teaching “CONNECTS” you to uninterrupted production
  • NEW teach pendant delivers enhanced physical “connection” for operation and teaching

Additional information


440 mm x 542 mm x 640 mm (excluding projections)


54-57 kg

Ambient Temperature Range

0 to 45°C

Ambient Relative Humidity Range

20 to 80% RH

Power Supply

3-phase 200/220 VAC ±10%, 50/60 Hz

General Purpose Physical I/O

40 inputs, 40 outputs

Memory capacity

100 million steps ( by PTP instructions in a single mechanism)

Number of task programs




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