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C3-15 Single Conveyor Deck Load AGV

Posted By: CASUN

Date: Thu, 17 Nov 2022

Price: $1.00

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https://www.casun-agv.com/products/c3-15-monolayer-sigle-station-load-shifting-agv/



C3-15 single conveyor deck load fork AGV uses the load shifting roller platform to automatically dock with the conveyor line or machine for material shifting. You can choose two-dimensional code navigation or laser navigation, with in-situ turning and rotation functions. This unit load AGV is suitable for the narrow logistics channel environment of 3C electronics industry and other project sites.


Parameters of C3-15 Monolayer Sigle Station Load Shifting AGV
Guidance QR code navigation/Laser navigation Driving method Differential drive
Dimensions L940xW650xH1900(mm)(Docking height is 600mm) Charging method Auto charger(Bumping type)
Traveling direction Forward, backward and rotation Battery Lithium battery
Load capacity 200KG/500KG Communication WiFi/5G
Travel speed 0~60m/min Safety alarm Sound and visual warning
Conveyor deck number Single Safety detecting range ≤3m(adjustable)
Guidance accuracy ±10mm Protections Front safety laser scanner mechanical anti-collision bumper emergency stop switch
Stopping accuracy ±10mm


Core Advantages of C3-15 Monolayer Sigle Station Load Shifting AGV
01
Low requirements for venue space
The width of the AGV China is only 650mm, and narrow lanes can also pass. At the same time, it has the functions of 90-degree turning and 180-degree in-situ rotation turning, which can be used in small space occasions.


02
Flexible docking
Both sides of the AGV can be connected to the wiring side equipment, which makes the transportation more flexible.


03
Small design
The compact design is very suitable for space-constrained scenes.


04
Strong environmental adaptability
It has a self-learning map function, which can automatically update the running map according to the changes in the running scene, which greatly improves the applicability of the environment.


05
Go up and down the elevator
It can communicate and interact with ordinary elevators, and use elevators to complete up and down stairs.


06
Linkage of multiple devices
Synchronous scheduling of multiple AGVs is suitable for complex material handling scenarios.


07
Easy to use
Operate independently according to scheduling instructions, without manual intervention in the production process.


08
Fault self-check
It has perfect fault self-checking function, and has remote fault diagnosis and self-recovery function.


09
Automatic charging
When the battery is low, it can be automatically charged at the charging station. No manual intervention is required to achieve 24-hour uninterrupted operation.


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