Made for self-driving research
Introducing WeGo-ST MINI, which enables indoor and outdoor self-driving research.
As product name infers, WeGo-ST MINI is a smaller version of WeGo-ST featuring a four-wheel drive and independent suspension. It has a maximum speed of 10 km/h and is a low-cost UGV platform that can be used for self-driving research and education. It is capable of RS-232 communication, and tasks can be performed using the preferred program on this R&D platform. A joytick with an E-STOP function can be used to control the device. WeGo-ST MINI has a four-wheel drive and drives quietly without making noise.
The top profile makes it easy to mount sensors. A mecanum wheel-type product was also released recently. It is used together with an educational curriculum for distribution transport at various schools for educational purposes as well. The size is 627×550×252 mm. There is the regular four-wheel drive and the mecanum wheel type (In -Wheel motor).
Major characteristics and advantages of the mecanum wheel
1. Left/right movement and turning is possible without a steering device, allowing for high efficiency compared to the structure/cost.
2. The driving radius is small, allowing for good mobility and usage of space.
3. Efficient transport/loading is possible between processes, reducing process times.
Standard Wheel / Mecanum Wheel
Products also come in mecanum wheel variants.
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||627x 550 x 252 mm|
|Vehicle Weight||20 kg|
|Battery||리튬 배터리 / 24V-15Ah|
|Battery Operating Temperature||-20~60ºC|
|Charger||AC 220V Independent Charger|
|Battery Charging Time||2H|
|Minimum Ground Clearance||107 mm|
|Minimum Turning Radius||0 m (In-situ Rotation)|
|Max Speed||10.8km/h (Standard Wheel)
10.8km/h (Mecanum Wheel)
|Rate Travelling Load||20 kg (Standard Wheel)
50 kg (Mecanum Wheel)
|Climbing Ability||<30º With Loading|
|Obstacle Surmounting Capacity||70 mm|
|Communication interface||Standard CAN
232 Serial Port
|Suspension Form||Independent Suspension With Rocker Arm|
How to operate the WeGo-MINI (controllable) and set the manual, auto, and driving modes
1. Platform power On / Off
2. Turn on power by pressing two buttons of the joystick at once
*warning: before turning on the power, the top joystick needs to be pointing towards the top
3. Lowering the second switch on the joystick allows for left/right movement