ROEQ launched two new top modules designed to boost the payload and lifting capabilities of autonomous mobile robots (AMRs). The ROEQ TMS-C1500 allows MiR AMRs to transport as much as 1,500 kilograms (kg), or 3,307 pounds. The AMR also adds flexibility to lifting applications, enabling end users to achieve their productivity goals and overcome labor shortages while avoiding the need to make massive additional capital investments in automation, the company says. The new ROEQ top module TMS-C1500 combined with the new S-Cart1500W shelf cart increases the payload capabilities of MiR’s MiR500, MiR600, MiR1000 and MiR1350 AMRs. Using the TMS-C1500 top module, a MiR1000 or MiR1350 AMR can be deployed on applications with payloads as much as 1,500 kilograms, enabling MiR AMRs to be deployed in applications with heavier payloads than ever before. Similarly, the TMS-C1500 allows a MiR500 or MiR600 AMR to be deployed on applications with payloads as much as 800 kilograms. Another benefit is that the TMS-C1500 operates without a docking station, enabling the mobile robot to pick up and drop off the shelf cart in free space and with precision.
ROEQ, Glasvænget 9, 5492 Vissenbjerg, Denmark; +011/45-61-31-06-93; www.roeq.dk.
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