|• Size and weight|
|• Speed and performance|
|Suspension||Fixed with low pressure tires|
|• Battery and power system|
|Capacity||V 53 at Ah 400|
|Charge timechargers dual on hrs 12, charger single||24||hours|
|Nominal run time||6||hours|
|• Interface and communication|
|Control modes||Remote control, computer controlled velocity comma|
|Feedback||Battery voltage, motor currents, wheel odometry|
|control system status, temperature, safety status|
|Communication||Ethernet, USB, Remote COntrol, Wi-Fi|
|Drivers & API||ROS kinetic, Matlab API available|
|Operating ambient temperature||-10 to 50 °C|
|Storing temperature||-40 to 50 °C|
|IP Rating||IP67 below top deck, IP 65 above top deck.|
|Vehicle designed to float, not fully submergedd=|
|Amphibious||Fully amphibious, 4km/h max water speed|
With a payload mounting area and accessible power and communication ports, Moose can be customized with sensors, manipulators and other payloads to accommodate a wide variety of robotics applications in mining, agriculture, construction and environmental monitoring.
Moose is rugged, lightweight steel and aluminum build gives it low ground pressure and traction to tackle all types of difficult terrains including steep grades and soft soils. With built-in bilge pumps and an IP rating of 65, Moose is fully amphibious, capable of moving through waterways at speeds up to 5 km/hr
Users can integrate third-party sensors and components quickly and easily with flexible payload mounting, easy to access power and reconfigurable I/O (Ethernet, USB, WIFI, etc).
Moose’s drive-train is capable of moving 513 kg (1131 lbs) of payload and can reach speeds up to 30 km/hr on land. With the optional power generator, Moose is capable of operating for up to 6hrs.
Moose’s onboard PC comes with the open-source Robot Operating System (ROS) preinstalled and configured.
Clearpath Robotics Moose UGV Brochure which contains descriptions, images and specifications.
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