Servo Robot Station - Table Top Mechatronics: 87-TMS4


  • Tabletop Mechatronics Learning System (870-PTAB82)
  • Pegasus II Robotic Learning System (880-RA21B)
  • 40-inch Linear Traverse (88-LT2-A)
  • Mobile Workstation (88-200-3)


  • Electric: 100-240 VAC/50-60 Hz/1 phase
  • Compressed air

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Robot Integration | Mechatronic Systems

Servo Robot Station - Table Top Mechatronics: 87-TMS4

Amatrol’s Servo Robot Station for Tabletop Mechatronics (87-TMS4) provides robot integration for Table Top Mechatronics with the Pegasus servo robot mounted on a traverse. Fully supported by Amatrol’s curriculum, learners will practice robot programming and robot interfacing to Amatrol’s portable Mechatronics system to create applications such as a robot-based inventory station. The ability to expand a Tabletop Mechatronics system to include a servo robot is unmatched in the industry.

To update the Tabletop Mechatronics System for operation with the Pegasus robot, this robot integration package includes three conveyor chute assemblies and a feeder assembly all equipped with sensors. These sensors are wired to the Mechatronics system’s PLC to indicate when parts are present. Additionally, this system contains replacement foot supports, used to adjust system height, and other items required to interface the servo robot and servo traverse to Tabletop Mechatronics.

Learning Topics

  • Programming a Servo Robot
  • Programming a Servo Conveyor
  • Interfacing a Robot to a PLC
  • Function of a Robot-based Inventory System
  • Robot-based Inventory System Operation
  • Function of a Robot Work Envelope
  • Programming Conditional Commands

Robot Programming Training on a Table Top Mechatronics System!

Amatrol’s Tabletop Mechatronics Robot system proves that you can have all the features of a larger Mechatronics system with the space-saving footprint of a table top system. Wired into the PLCs, the 40-inch long, servo-controlled linear traverse provides the robot with full access to the automated line. As parts are sorted by the Mechatronics system and transferred to the appropriate conveyor chute, sensors read their presence and provide inputs to the system’s PLC. Based on these inputs and the learner’s programming, the PLC program will direct the robot to perform the desired request, such as returning specific parts to the parts feeder to keep the process running while ignoring rejected parts.

Real-World Robot Interfacing and Robot Programming Taught Using Interactive Multimedia Courses

Amatrol’s interactive multimedia teaches learners Mechatronics robot applications commonly used in real-world Mechatronics systems, such as robot work envelope. In addition to teaching robot conditional commands such as If-Then, Else, Endif, and Inp, learners are taught how to create sequence flowcharts to help them visually organize their thoughts allowing them to select the best programming instructions for the task. Presented using animations, text, audio, and interactions that engage the learner and keep them focused on their work, this learning system’s curriculum seamlessly integrates with the Table Top Mechatronics curriculum to create an unmatched learning experience.

Mechatronics | Automation Systems

Modern industry utilizes complex production systems to produce high-quality, economical products for an ever demanding world. Amatrol’s Mechatronics training programs teach systems-level thinking and industrial automation skill-building that prepares learners to for mechatronics operation, hands-on PLC programming, and industrial maintenance and problem solving for real-world manufacturing environments. With the proliferation of automation technology, mechatronics is one of the fastest growing technical education programs in the world. Many technologies are integrated to make these sophisticated production systems including mechanical, electrical, electronics, and software. In order to meet this vital industry demand, Amatrol has developed both a large scale mechatronics line and a portable, tabletop mechatronics training system, each with highly interactive eLearning mechatronics courses. Each of these systems is comprised of individual stations that can be purchased separately when mechatronics training is necessary but budgets must be observed or all together to form a total learning experience. This training experience can apply to various careers such as mechatronics engineer / technician, automation engineer / technician, and systems engineer / technician.