The ReactorX 200 Robot Arm is made for education and research with support for ROS (Melodic & Noetic), Moveit, Gazebo and MATLAB® as well as demos and instructional videos to help get you up and running with your platform in under an hour. The ReactorX 200 offers 5 degrees of freedom and a payload capacity of 150g. The XSeries arms operate on the same central open-source code repository making it easy to transfer concepts from one platform to another. Perfect for the classroom, the ReactorX 200 is ideal for applications such as vision-based pick & place, machine learning and artificial intelligence.
The ReactorX 200 comes fully assembled and tested and is constructed from extremely rigid 20mm x 20mm extruded aluminum and aluminum brackets. The arm sits on an industrial grade slewing bearing for added stability and accuracy. The electronics are covered with a transparent acrylic shield to keep the electronics free from debris as well as with impact from the arm itself.