2-Jaw Parallel Grippers
Series GEP2000

"The electric compact one"

  • Largest stroke in small installation space
    Do you require a large stroke, due to the fact that you are operating either a form fit gripper or a large range of parts but the installation space and the load capacity of your application is limited? Then this gripper is perfect for you!
  • Adjustable gripping force
    Using pressures that are too high can damage your workpieces! You can optimally adjust the gripping force to your workpiece by means of the integrated potentiometer or over the control system via IO-Link.
  • The simplest activation
    It is your choice whether you want to control the gripper by means of I/O ports—like a valve—or if you prefer the version with IO-Link. Both have this in common: they are easy to integrate into your control system.
Series features
  • 10 million maintenance-free cycles (max.)
  • Integrated sensing
  • IP40
  • Self locking mechanism
  • Magnetic field sensor
  • Gripping force adjustable
Installation Size: GEP2006
Order-No.Integrierte AbfrageIO-Link
GEP2006IL-00-AJaJa
GEP2006IO-00-A
GEP2006IO-05-AJa
Installation Size: GEP2010
Order-No.Integrierte AbfrageIO-Link
GEP2010IL-00-AJaJa
GEP2010IO-00-A
GEP2010IO-05-AJa
Installation Size: GEP2013
Order-No.Integrierte AbfrageIO-Link
GEP2013IL-00-AJaJa
GEP2013IO-00-A
GEP2013IO-05-AJa
Installation Size: GEP2016
Order-No.Integrierte AbfrageIO-Link
GEP2016IL-00-AJaJa
GEP2016IO-00-A
GEP2016IO-05-AJa
  1. Control
    Via I/O ports (IO) or via IO-Link (IL)
  2. Mounting and positioning
    mounting possible from several sides for versatile positioning
  3. BLDC motor
    wear-resistant brushless DC motor
  4. Helical worm gear
    self locking mechanism in case of power drop
  5. Synchronization
    via rack and pinion
  6. Position sensing
    Permanent magnet for direct query of jaw movement via magnetic field sensors
  7. Gripper jaw
    individual gripper finger mounting
  8. Removable centering sleeves
    quick and economical positioning of the gripper fingers