MiR250 mobile industrial robot
Konica Minolta Australia has announced the availability of the MiR250 mobile industrial robot, through its partner Mobile Industrial Robots (MiR).
The MiR250 is said to be simple to set up for improved productivity. With a smaller footprint and increased adaptability, it is designed to help optimise internal logistics without changing layout in industries such as manufacturing, FMCG and defence.
The MiR250 has a footprint of 580 x 800 mm and is only 30 cm high. It can move up to 250 kg at speeds of two metres per second.
It also has a fast charge rate of 0-80% in one hour with an operating time of 13 hours at full charge, and has the ability for a fast battery swap to support 24/7 operation. Top modules can also be mounted on the MiR250 for a complete solution to tow carts and shelves and lift and transport shelves.
The MiR250 signals with light and sounds to demonstrate its status. The LED light band indicates its current operational state such as emergency stop, mission paused, path blocked, or mapping. The MiR250 also has signal lights that work similarly to lights used on cars: white at the front, red at the back, and indicating a left or right turn by blinking. Signal lights suggest the immediate motion plans by signalling forwards, backwards, braking, and left and right turns.
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