The Motoman MRC Teach Pendant

Sep 19, 2013

Motoman robots begun their teach pendants with the Motoman MRC. The MRC was the first of its kind in many areas.


Every his­to­ry has to start some­where. For Motoman Robot­ics, the his­to­ry of their teach pen­dants begins with the Motoman MRC teach pen­dant. While it is not the first teach pen­dant Motoman had, it was the first in many areas.

Intro­duced in 1994, the MRC teach pen­dant, part num­bers JZNC-MPP10E, JZNC-MPP20E, and JZNC-MPP22E, was ahead of its time. It was the first robot teach pen­dant that could syn­chro­nize two robots from one pen­dant. Made for the SK series, the JZNCMPP10E MRC Motoman teach pen­dant was able to help increase the robot’s work­load by 300 per­cent. It could also con­trol more axes than the pre­vi­ous teach pen­dant, the Motoman ERC.

Along with those fea­tures, the Motoman MRC JZNCMPP20E teach pen­dant also intro­duced new func­tions to the robot, includ­ing mul­ti-task­ing, ser­vo-float and S‑move. Anoth­er inter­est­ing improve­ment was the abil­i­ty to edit robot jobs through an actu­al PC, some­thing unheard of before.

All in all, the Motoman JZNCMPP22E MRC teach pen­dant was Motoman’s push toward the future of their robot­ics, the first in a mul­ti­tude of steps to get where they are today.

For more infor­ma­tion about the MRC teach pen­dant from Motoman, con­tact Robots​.com today online or at 8777626881.

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