The millimeter-wave radar can penetrate the environmental interference of the accident site such as smoke and water mist, and detect various obstacles and their distribution within 30 m around the robot.
With the technology of catching the fire point, the remote operator at the rear can understand the fire situation at the disaster site in real time.
It can cross obstacles 630mm vertically, wading 600mm, and climb 35° slopes. It can adapt to the complex ground environment of the accident site and come and go freely at the accident site.
According to actual use requirements, a variety of functional tops can be added to form robots such as fire extinguishing, fire smoke exhaust, fire reconnaissance, and nuclear environment detection to enrich product uses.
It can be equipped with modules such as smoke exhaust module, gas detection, infrared detection, and autonomous navigation to meet the needs of different scenarios.
Lateral overturning angle
Remote control distance
Minimum ground clearance
Video transmission distance
Vertical obstacle height
Video signal delay
Radar detection range
The six-wheel emergency rescue robot has passed the inspection and test of the National Fire Equipment Quality Supervision and Inspection Center and other authoritative organizations, and obtained the corresponding inspection report.