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Aufladestation MiR Charge 48V
Aufladestation MiR Charge 48V

Accessories MiR

With these accessory products you complete your AMR to the optimal package.

MiR Charge 24V

This compact charging station is available for the MiR100 and allows its batteries to be charged independently.
Aufladestation MiR Charge 24V

Model

Charging station for MiR100 and MiR200

Input

100 V – 240 V AC, 50-60 Hz

Output

24 V, max. 25 A

Ambient temperature, operating

+5 °C to +40 °C

Dimensions

620 mm x 350 mm x 120 mm (with loading plate: 622 mm x 287 mm x 487 mm)

MiR Charge 48V

This compact charging station is available for the new generation of MiR robots. It allows the MiR250, MiR600 and MiR1350 to charge their batteries independently so they never run out of power while working.
Aufladestation MiR Charge 48V

Model

Charging station for MiR250, MiR600 and MiR1350

Input

100 V – 240 V AC, 50-60 Hz

Output

48 V, max. 40 A

Ambient temperature, operating

+5 °C to +40 °C

Dimensions

622 mm x 287 mm x 237 mm (with loading plate: 622 mm x 287 mm x 487 mm)

MiR Fleet

MiR Fleet is used to centrally control all Mobile Industrial Robots AGVs from a single interface. MiR Fleet organizes and coordinates the AMR during ongoing operation. For example, the system handles the assignment of work missions to the most suitable robot. Criteria for the selection are, for example, the category of the work to be performed (e.g. order for a hook), the current position of the AMR and availability. In total, up to 100 MiR's can be managed in the MiR Fleet. The Fleet is available either as a server solution, for integration into your existing server system, or as a PC system.
MiR Fleet Flottenmanagement

Server solution

  • Size of the installation file: 3 GB
  • Size of MiRFleet update file: ~300 MB
  • Server requirements: Dual core processor with min. 2.1 GHz clock speed
  • RAM: min. 8 GB
  • HDD: min. 80 GB
  • Supported operating systems: Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, Ubuntu Server 18.04 LTS, Debian 9, CentOS 7, Redhat Enterprise Linux 7.4
  • Virtualization software: Docker CE/EE 18.09.01 or higher

PC System

  • Model: NUC7i3DNB
  • PC: Intel® Maple Canyon NUC
  • CPU: Intel® Core™ i3-7100U Processor (3M Cache, 2.40 GHz)
  • RAM: 8GB DDR4-2400
  • SSD: 128GB 2.5″
  • Operating System: Linux Ubuntu 16.04
  • Network capabilities: 1 Gbit Ethernet, no wireless option.
  • Required Connections: 110 V - 230 V power outlet and Ethernet network cable.
  • Installation Requirements: The NUC must be on the same physical network as the robots
     

MiR AI Camera

The MiR AI camera is statically attached at strategically important points and serves as an extended sensor for your MiR robots. The driving behavior of the robots can be optimized through the use of the camera, as, for example, areas with high traffic volumes are avoided. This allows the AMR to efficiently plan its routes even in the presence of large groups of people, during breaks or shift changes. The AI camera can assign the detected objects to targeted groups (e.g.: people, forklifts, AGVs, etc.).
MiR Ai Camera
  • Dimension: 148 mm x 45 mm x 99 mm
  • Environment: For indoor use only
  • Communication: Ethernet port, WLAN (2.4 GHz and 5 GHz)

Your contact person

Are you interested in automated guided vehicles for your intra-logistics? Contact us for an application check including a demonstration as well as an ROI calculation.

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Gregory Pross
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Technical Sales Consultant Production 4.0
Conseiller de vente Technique Production 4.0
+41 79 253 66 39
gregory.pross@phoenix-mecano.ch
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