Versatrax 450 TTC is a mobile robot designed for hazardous environments. It allows users to locate, inspect, and safely remove dangerous materials from any site faster than by conventional means.
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Did You Know?
Versatrax's manipulator arm can help the robot go over taller obstacles; its creators call that trick "pole vaulting."
At a company party, a Versatrax became a robot waiter, serving food to staff.
- Equipped with forward- and rear-facing LED lights. Robot, tether reel, and controller integrated into Pelican cases.
- 27.2 cm | 10.7 in (stowed)
- 50.7 cm | 20 in
- 37 cm | 14.5 in
- 59 kg | 130 lb (standard vehicle)
- 0.55 km/h | 0.34 mph (max)
- Two color cameras (one pan-tilt-zoom for 360° views and one for manipulator arm close-ups).
- Nine DC motors
- 110-V to 220-V AC standard power supply to power robot and controller.
- Custom computing and control system.
- Proprietary OS and control software.
- DEGREES OF FREEDOM (DOF)
- 6 (Crawler vehicle: 2 DoF; Arm: 4 DoF)
- Aluminum and stainless steel.
- $139,000 (including vehicle, cameras, manipulator arm, LED lights, power supply, controller, tether cable, and cases)
The Versatrax 450 TTC evolved from the Versatrax crawler series created by Inuktun. The 450 model was specifically designed for unmanned exploration of tunnels. It's since become a popular system for users who need to inspect, handle, and safely remove dangerous materials.