As bulk consumer goods, the automobile industry is the first to realize standardized and automatic production. At present, the production lines of major automobile manufacturers around the world have basically realized more than 90% automation. China, as a powerful automobile industry country, its domestic automobile fully automatic production lines are also in the forefront of the world. There are many conductive slip rings in the automatic automobile production line. For example, there may be conductive slip rings on some welding handling robots, visual inspection equipments and so on.
As a leading private manufacturer of conductive slip rings in China, JINPAT Electronics has also provided many solutions for the automotive industry. Many of these solutions are specially developed for the equipment on the automotive production line. JINPAT Electronics has developed a typical conductive slip ring for welding robot which is a symbol in the intelligent production line.
This kind of welding robot conductive slip ring is composed of power ring, signal ring and gasliquid rotary joint. In this technical field, JINPAT Electronics owns a utility model patent and patent number is ZL201821145796. X. Among these products, the most representative products are LPT000-0808-08S-01A and LPT000-0508-E2-01A.
The former is a conductive slip ring with minor modification based on JINPAT's patented products. At the request of clients, this model has been modified in terms of signal transmission module.
JINTPAT LPT000-0808-08-S01A is special conductive slip ring especially for welding robot which integrates 8 8A current paths, 8 signal paths and 1 gas path. The conductive slip ring LPT000-0508-E2-01A also adopts the structure of JINPAT patented conductive slip ring, inheriting a number of advantages of it such as long service life. The power loop is reduced to 5 channels, while the current is still 8A. The signal path has changed to 1 channel 100M Ethernet path and the gasliquid module still 1 channel. This model can transmit all kinds of gases required by the welding robot during welding operation.