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A lightweight robot for delicate assembly work, safety fences make way for Human Robot Colaboration



- LBR iiwa 7 R800 7
- LBR iiwa 7 R800 CR 7
- LBR iiwa 14 R820 14
Maximum reach800
- LBR iiwa 7 R800 800
- LBR iiwa 7 R800 CR 820
- LBR iiwa 14 R820
Mounting positions
- LBR iiwa 7 R800
- LBR iiwa 7 R800 CR
- LBR iiwa 14 R820
Protection class


Quick reactions

Thanks to its joint torque sensors, the LBR iiwa can detect contact immediately and reduces its level of force and speed instantly. Its position and compliance control enables it to handle delicate components without creating crushing and shearing hazards.

Able to learn

The user can choose from three operating modes and program the LBR iiwa via simulation: indicate the desired position and it will remember the coordinates of the path point. Stop for breaks and control it with simple touch commands.


The LBR iiwa with its high-performance servo control is able to detect contours quickly under force control. It establishes the correct installation position and mounts components quickly and with the utmost precision with an axis-specific torque accuracy of ±2% of the maximum torque. The LBR iiwa can also find small, delicate components in next to no time without your assistance. 


The LBR iiwa's controller, KUKA Sunrise Cabinet, simplifies the quick start-up of even complex applications. It gives the operator a third hand and has the LBR iiwa take care of unergonomic, monotonous tasks reliably and independently.

Media flange options        

The energy supply system for the external components is hidden in the kinematic structure of the LBR iiwa. Pneumatic and electrical energy supply systems are available. All media flanges have a hole pattern conforming to DIN ISO 9409-1-50-7-M6.

There are two types of media flange for the LBR iiwa.

The LBR iiwa comes in three different versions. You can see the specifications below.      


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