GoPal

The GoPal moves pallets from A to B. The prime example would be moving pallets containing finished product(s) from the end of the production line to storage. In a complex delivery application, the GoPal moves pallets from A to B, C or D. The main example of a complex delivery application would be moving pallets to their correct destination from a machine that outputs several different types of product. The GoPal uses GoPal Pallet Stations to load and unload a pallet. The GoPal Pallet Station is designed for GoPal to park under the pallet and then lift the pallet off the Station and onto the GoPal itself. Depending on the transport need the GoPal solution is configured with a number of GoPal Pallet Stations as pick-up, delivery or transit points. The GoPal Pallet Stations can be delivered in different configurations, standalone or with interface to a conveyer belt.

Specifications

Length 1400 mm
Width 860 mm
Height315 mm
Lifting capabilities160 mm
Robot weight175 kg
Maximum speed2,4 m/s
Turning radius850 mm
SafetyLaser scanners with 360° protection
4 emergency stop buttons
Mechanical bumper with 360° protection
Obstacle avoidance sensor3 3D camera
Battery time4 - 8 hours
Battery typeLiFePO4, 48 V, 40 Ah
Battery charge time45 m
ConnectionWiFi
Maximum payload425 kg

Overview

The GoPal moves pallets from A to B. The prime example would be moving pallets containing finished product(s) from the end of the production line to storage. In a complex delivery application, the GoPal moves pallets from A to B, C or D. The main example of a complex delivery application would be moving pallets to their correct destination from a machine that outputs several different types of product. 

The GoPal uses GoPal Pallet Stations to load and unload a pallet. The GoPal Pallet Station is designed for GoPal to park under the pallet and then lift the pallet off the Station and onto the GoPal itself.
Depending on the transport need the GoPal solution is configured with a number of GoPal Pallet Stations as pick-up, delivery or transit points. The GoPal Pallet Stations can be delivered in different configurations, standalone or with interface to a conveyer belt. 

GoPal uses modern LiFePO battery technology, which allows for both fast and partial charging – without costly employee involvement and installation of ventilated charging stations. Robots are charged automatically when it best fits their work schedule

Data on all aspects of both individual robot and system performance is collected and logged in the GoControl computer for use in connection with future optimisation, troubleshooting and servicing. This extensive data collection provides invaluable insight into the current state of your company’s internal transport and its future needs.

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References

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