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Husky A200™ UGV mobile base

Husky A200™ UGV mobile base

Clearpath Robotics | A-000000-01946
Researchers looking for high payload and a powerful drive torque have been seduced by the all-terrain Husky A200 unmanned ground vehicle (UGV). If like them, you want to go further in your research and prototype rapidly, look no further than the Husky mobile base.
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Husky A200™ UGV mobile base: You can now explore the great outdoors

The Husky A200 mobile robotic base has been designed to perform in the toughest environments. Coming with a powerful and no-maintenance four-wheel drive, High impact tyres, one of the most favourable gound clearance available, the Husky A200 mobile robot will add a new dimensions to your field robotics.

features of the Husky A200 Unmanned Ground vehicle mobile outdoor robot

Husky A200™ supports robotics open source software standard: ROS

You can now use a simpler way to program complex systems thanks to the ROS (Robot Operating Systems) standard or LabView Robotics from National Instruments.

Husky A200 mobile robot can be programmed using ROS

The Husky A200 Husky mobile base has been the first field robotics platform to natively support ROS. You will find it easy to find tutorials and demos to help you get started quickly. If you find yourself stuck or looking for help in your programming, you can turn to experts sharing their real-life expertise within the ever-growing ROS community.

Don’t hesitate to help yourself with the sample code library freely available to start your research and take part in the community by sharing your code with other users of the large users community of Husky A200 mobile robot users.

Husky A200 uses an open source serial protocol. You will have access to all raw data without being blocked by proprietary system. ClearPath robotics offers API support for ROS and options for C++ and Python on Husky mobile robot.

Husky A200 UGV mobile base hardware customisation options

Have you ever been forced to change your whole setup in the middle of a research project? The hardware modifications that you will do on your Husky mobile robot can be done in the blink of an eye thanks to adaptable payload tools, easy access to 5/12/24 V power supply and inputs/outputs that can be easily reconfigured. A mobile base prototyping has never been easier or faster.

Husky A200™ UGV mobile bases have already found their places in the following prestigious universities

L'université du MIT a adopté la base mobile d'extérieur Husky A200L'université de Carnegie Mellon a adopté la base mobile d'extérieur Husky A200L'université de Georgia Institute of Technology a adopté la base mobile d'extérieur Husky A200L'université de Waterloo a adopté la base mobile d'extérieur Husky A200

Applications of the Husky A200 UGV mobile base

Multi-robot systems

The Husky A200 mobile base has been designed with a scalable architeture, turning it into the ideal platform for testing and deploying systems on many robots simultaneously.

Husky A200 UGV mobile robot can develop multi-robots systems

Perception and navigation

You can improve estimation state thanks to the vehicle tuning control parameters, high precision odometry measures and diagnostic systems.

Programmable Husky A200 UGV mobile base can be tuned for estimating the robot's state

Manipulations

The Husky A200 unmanned ground vehicle mobile base can easily interface with many industrial type of robotic arms for teleoperation or manipulation purposes.

Husky A200 UGV mobile base can interface with industrial type of robotic arms

Teleoperation

The Husky A200 mobile base is delivered ready-to-install for all activities involving teleoperation. You just need to get your wireless controller connected and get started quickly!

Husky A200 mobile base can be used for teleoperation activities

You will find a compilation video for navigation strategies tested on a Husky A200 mobile robot using ROS (Robot Operating System).

Technical specification of the Husky A200 UGV mobile base

Dimensions and weight

  • External dimensions (L x W x H): 990 x 670 x 390 mm (39 x 26.4 x 14.6 in)
  • Internal dimensions: 296 x 411 x 155 mm (11.7 x 16.2 x 6.1 in)
  • Weight: 50 kg (110 lb)
  • Wheels: 330 mm (13 in) Lug tread
  • Ground clearance: 130 mm (5 in)

Speed and performance

  • Max. payload: 75 kg (165 lb)
  • All-terrain payload: 20 kg (44 lb)
  • Max. speed: 1.0 m/s (2.3 mph)
  • Drive power: 4 x 4 wheels with no maintenance
  • Max. climb grade: 45° (100% slope)
  • Max. traversal grade: 30° (58% slope)

Battery and power system

  • Battery chemistry: SLA (Sealed Lead Acid)
  • Capacity: 24 V, 20 Ah
  • Standby runtime: 8 hours
  • Nominage usage runtime: 3 hours
  • Charge time: 4 hours
  • Power supply: 5 V, 12 V, 24 V (fused at 5A/ea). 192 W total power (option: upgrade to 480 W available)

Interfacing and communication

  • Control modes: Direct voltage, wheel speed, and kinematic velocity
  • Feedback: Battery voltage, motor currents, wheel odometry, and control system output
  • Communication: RS232 @ 115200 baud
  • Encoders: Quadrature: 78,000 pulses/m
  • Drivers and APIs: ROS, C++, and Python

Environmental

  • Operating ambient temperature:-10 to 30 °C (14 to 86 °F)
  • Storage temperature: -40 to 50 °C (-40 to 122 °F)
  • Rating: IP 44 (upgrade to IP 55 available)

 

Programmable Husky A200 UGV Mobile base dimensions

Husky A200™ UGV mobile base resources

You will find below all the resources about a Husky A200 UGV Mobile Base.

Husky A200 mobile base datasheet

University of Toronto use of Husky A200 UGV base mobile case study

University of Waterloo use of Husky A200 mobile base case study

Data sheet

Platform
Open-source
Platform
ROS
Usage
Outdoor
Vitesse maximale
3,5-5,5 km/h
Charge utile
70-80 kg

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