Autonomous mobile robot moves payloads up to 250 kg

June 5, 2020
The LD-250 uses a high accuracy positioning system and Acuity vision localization technology.

Capable of carrying payloads of up to 250 kg, the LD-250 autonomous mobile robot has a durable metal chassis and skin, and is optimized for items like transmission blocks, automotive seats and voluminous packaging materials that are bulky, as well as heavy. Customizable with conveyor tops, courier systems and adaptive material handling mechanics, it uses a high accuracy positioning system, side lasers and the Acuity vision localization technology.

A safety-rated scanning laser is used for simultaneous localization and mapping, and safety functionality. A 72 Ah battery provides up to 13 hours run time between charges for up to seven years.

Omron Fleet Manager can enable and control multiple mobile robots with different payloads through a single system, to manage traffic, battery charging requirements and vehicle navigation for a fleet of up to 100 diverse robots.


To Learn More:

Contact: Omron Corporation
Headquarters: Shimogyo-Ku, Kyoto, Japan
Product: LD-250 autonomous mobile robot
Key Features: payloads of up to 250 kg, 13 hours run time between charges, simultaneous localization and mapping functionality.

What Omron Corporation says: View more information on the LD series autonomous mobile robots.

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