Omron LD-250 heavy-duty autonomous mobile robot
Omron has launched the LD-250 autonomous mobile robot (AMR) with a payload capacity of 250 kg. The LD-250 is the strongest mobile robot in the LD series range and features a maximum speed of 1.2 m/s and a maximum run time of 13 h before it needs recharging.
The LD-250 allows users to load larger and heavier payloads, making fewer trips with heavier batches, ultimately increasing return on investment.
Omron also offers accessories that improve performance, such as its high accuracy positioning system (HAPS) and side lasers.
The LD-250 mobile robot can be paired with Omron collaborative robot arms for applications that require mobile manipulation.
The robot can also use accessories such as conveyor tops, courier systems and adaptive material handling mechanics to meet application needs. It can autonomously avoid people and obstacles while calculating the best routes to transport material. Additional E-stops can be easily added.
The robot complies with ISO EN1525, JIS D6802 and ANSI B56.5 safety standards and works safely around people.
Unlike AGVs, Omron AMRs can safely navigate without the use of floor magnets or wall-mounted beacons. An AMR will first create a baseline map of a facility using built-in sensors, then will constantly detect its surroundings. When processes change, AMRs can easily change as well, creating networks of new routes or being reassigned to new tasks.
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