This is a complete set of wheels (2 drive wheels and 2 idlers) with two matched tracks. You need 1 of these for the LT2 or LT2-F. These track and wheels will not fit on a original LT or LT-F chassis. These are generation 3 tracks with a standard tread pattern.
The LT2 tracks are designed specifically for the LT2 Tactical Surveillance Robot. These tracks are designed and built to take extreme abuse. They are the same tracks that passed the rigorous NIST qualification testing. The guide cleats are tapered and made of black UHMW. The wheels are also chamfered to match the guide cleats. These LT2 tracks do a excellent job of staying on track in the harshest of situations.
The wheels are CNC cut from 1/2" thick rubber and sandwiched between 1/2" UHMW. The UHMW is then chamfered to match the track internal cleats. The idler wheels are the same as the drive wheels, only no teeth on the 1/2" thick rubber and no drive sprocket. Each wheel has 1/2" ID bronze bearings through them. The drive wheels have a #25 32 tooth chain sprocket mounted to them. The wheels come assembled.
The tracks are ~2 7/8" wide and have CNC machined timing holes on them to match the LT2 drive wheels. The tracks have UHMW guides attached to the sides for better tracking using a custom CNC made jig. The track is spliced together with a alligator clip. The nominal center to center distance of the wheels are 19 7/8". If you are not using this with the LT2 your design must allow for alignment and tensioning.
The complete track and wheel set weighs ~ 8 pounds and is built to order. Since we build these to order, please allow 1-2 weeks for shipment.
This is our second generation of the LT robot. It is the same chassis that we offer with our tactical LT2 robot. The LT2 treaded robot is lighter weight than the HD2 Treaded robot. This item replaces TP-210-000 and TP-210-001.
3S JST-XH Lipo Balance Silicone Wire Extension Adapter with 20CM Brand new jst-xh 3S balance extension wire for use when charging your 3S lipo batteries.
3D Scanning Range Finder. The distance is measured by steering the laser beam vertically and horizontally.