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Epson T compact SCARA robots feature a built-in controller that eliminates the need to deal with complicated cabling during setup and maintenance, and a batteryless motor unit that improves cost efficiency to help keep total operating costs low.


  1. A built-in controller saves space and simplifies robot setup and redeployment.
    • Epson was able to integrate all the controller components into the robot arm meaning that customers do not need a controller box.

  2. A batteryless motor unit reduces maintenance and factory downtime.
    • Factory owners do not need to exchange batteries because the T3 is able to record the back-up status of its motors by using a simple mechanical system with the latest motor technologies.

  3. An end-effector I/O port and a short, stable cable conduit simplify cabling work.
    • Epson has provided an I/O communications port closer to the end-effector. This port makes it easier to connect cables to the end-effector and supply power to it. There is no longer any need to route a long cable to the controller. The cable conduit, which contains pneumatic hoses as well as electrical cables, is shorter than in previous models. The shorter design gives it stability while the robot is moving, making it easier to route cables outside the conduit.

  4. Runs on a low supply voltage (AC100V), using 30% less power than comparable Epson robot systems.
    • The T3 has 30% better energy performance (power consumption: 0.66 kVA) than conventional SCARA robots, therefore helping factory owners reduce long-term running costs. The T3 also runs on a single-phase alternating current at input voltages ranging from 100V to 240V, meaning that it can also be used in facilities where a large power supply is not available.

Main Specifications

Model name T3
Max.Payload 3 kg
Arm length 400 mm
Cycle time(sec)*1 0.54
Repeatability ±0.02 mm
Operating environment specifications Standard
Mounting method Table top
Compliant controller Built-in type

*1:Rough positioning with a 2 kg payload and using an arch motion (there are back in a 300-mm horizontal and 25-mm vertical motion)