Mobile Robot Moves Payloads Up to 250 kg

March 18, 2020
Omron’s LD-250 can be used to transport large automobile components such as transmission blocks and voluminous packaging materials—things that would traditionally be moved by human workers using carts.

The LD-250 mobile robot is built with a sturdier metal frame that can withstand unintended external impacts and more demanding duties. It can automate the transportation of bulky materials such as transmission blocks, seats, or wire harnesses in the automotive industry, for example, as well as voluminous packaging materials in the food and commodities industry. The robot is said to help companies that are increasingly urged to shift workers from material transport operations to other higher value-added tasks. When combined with Fleet Manager, software that enables the control of multiple mobile robots with different payloads through one system, manufacturers can realize a more flexible and optimized autonomous material transport system, according to Omron. The robot can also be customized with conveyor tops, courier systems, and adaptive material handling mechanics to create a system that best meets user needs.

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