Your Shopping Cart Is Empty



If you feel that you've received this message in error, please click here for more information.

Price: $6,900.00 Special Order

    Specifications

    • Dimensions
    • Weight
    • Payload Capacity
    • Max Speed
    • Communication
    • IP Rating
    • 612W x 580H x 245L mm
    • 23kg
    • 10kg (Standard Wheel), 20kg (Mecanum Wheel)
    • 2.7m/s (Standard Wheel), 0.8m/s (Mecanum Wheel)
    • Standard CAN, 232 Serial Port
    • IP22

    Hardware Features

    This product has a lead time of more than 30 days, contact us for an accurate lead time.  

    The SCOUT MINI is a compact, four-wheel differential drive mobile robot that can be used in a wide variety of applications. SCOUT MINI's small chassis, 24V15Ah battery, and strong motors give it the power to drive at a maximum speed of 10km/h and carry a payload of 10kg over long distances and up to 50kg for shorter distances. An optional mecanum wheels package allows the SCOUT MINI to drive omnidirectionally. The robot's high clearance of 115mm and its rocker arm suspension allow it to climb obstacles 70mm in height and traverse slopes of 30° with a payload. The platform is fitted with a CAN communication interface, a serial port interface, and top-mounted slide rails for easy payload integration. Open-source packages are available for C++ and ROS for secondary development.

    Software

    ROS - Robot Operating System (ROS or ros) is an open-source robotics middleware suite. Although ROS is not an operating system but a collection of software frameworks for robot software development, it provides services designed for a heterogeneous computer cluster such as hardware abstraction, low-level device control, implementation of commonly used functionality, message-passing between processes, and package management.

    Gazebo - Gazebo offers the ability to accurately and efficiently simulate populations of robots in complex indoor and outdoor environments. At your fingertips is a robust physics engine, high-quality graphics, and convenient programmatic and graphical interfaces. Best of all, Gazebo is free with a vibrant community. Gazebo simulation packages are provided.

    CAN - A Controller Area Network (CAN bus) is a robust vehicle bus standard designed to allow microcontrollers and devices to communicate with each other's applications without a host computer. It is a message-based protocol, designed originally for multiplex electrical wiring within automobiles to save on copper, but it can also be used in many other contexts. SCOUT has an internal controller that runs on a CAN-based communication protocol. Users can communicate with the controller over CAN through AgileX’s open CAN bus protocol.

    Hardware

    Two-wheel types - An optional mecanum wheels package allows the SCOUT MINI to drive omnidirectionally versus the differential drive steering ability of standard wheels.

    Axles -
    Suspension - Each of SCOUT MINI’s wheels are driven independently by a brushless servo motor & have a rocker arm suspension with shock absorbers, giving the ability to handle rough terrain while ensuring power and stability. As a result, it can easily take on up to 7cm tall obstacles.

    Rails - The top of the robot provides a standardized mounting solution with aluminum T-slot rails, convenient for securely mounting external equipment and sensors or one of the available preconfigured R&D or navigation kits

    Front Light and metal bumper - Bright front LED headlight for improved vision in darker environments. Protective Bull Bars (bumpers) on the front of the Scout Mini provide excellent damage protection from accidental collisions when driving forwards.


    Packages

    R&D Kit - The AgileX R&D Kit is a fully integrated solution for robotics research and development. It is equipped with a full suite of sensors to support indoor SLAM, navigation, and vision-based applications. This basic package provides an Nvidia Jetson Nano computer pre-installed with Linux Ubuntu 18.04 & ROS Melodic. A WiFi module, Intel RealSense depth camera, EAI G4 LiDAR, & an LCD display.


    R&D Kit Pro - Like the standard R&D Kit, the AgileX R&D Pro Kit is a fully integrated solution for robotics research and development. It is equipped with a more powerful suite of sensors to support indoor SLAM, navigation, & vision-based applications than its standard version. The R&D Pro package includes the high-performance Nvidia Xavier computer pre-installed with Linux Ubuntu 18.04 and ROS Melodic, a WiFi module, an Intel RealSense depth camera, a Velodyne Puck LiDAR, & an LCD display.


    Autopilot Kit - The AgileX Autopilot Kit is a hardware & software solution that enables autonomous navigation, path planning, & obstacle avoidance without the need for preloaded maps. The Autopilot Kit comes with the following sensors, devices, & computers: Pixhawk 4 controller, high precision LiDAR, RTK GPS antenna, binocular camera, depth camera, a high-performance computer, & WiFi module.


    Specifications

    Base Specs

    • Dimensions
    • Weight
    • Payload Capacity
    • Max Speed
    • Communication
    • Operating Temp
    • IP Rating
    • 612W x 580H x 245L mm
    • 23kg
    • 10kg (Standard Wheel)
      20kg (Mecanum Wheel)
    • 2.7m/s (Standard Wheel)
      0.8m/s (Mecanum Wheel)
    • Standard CAN
      232 Serial Port
    • -10 ~ 45° C
    • IP22

    DriveTrain

    • Drive Type
    • Suspension
    • Max Obstacle Height
    • Climbing Grade
    • Min Turning Radius
    • Minimum Ground Clearance
    • Four-Wheel Differential Drive
      Four-Wheel Mecanum Drive
    • Independent Suspension W/ Rocker Arm
    • 70mm (Standard Wheel)
    • <30° With Load
    • 0mm (In-Place)
    • 115mm

    Power

    • Battery
    • Max Travel (no load)
    • 24V/15Ah
    • 10km

    Drawings