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This is our second generation of the LT-F robot. Fully assembled and ready to go. It is the same chassis that we offer with our tactical LT2-F robot. The LT2-F treaded robot is lighter weight than the HD2 Treaded robot. This package is the same as the LT2 Treaded Robot, but has the addition of a flipper/stabilizer arm on it allowing it to climb and descend virtually anything. The LT2-F Treaded robot is an affordable treaded robot that can be easily transported (weighing about 53 lbs) and is small and can handle most terrains with its aggressive all terrain treads. Several different motors, battery options, and motor controllers can be selected with this robot it.
The robot is a lightweight tough robot that can go over and under many obstacles. The treads are driven by powerful IG52 gear motors with #25 chain with a 1:2 reduction to the ~ 7 inch front wheels. The robot axles are solid high strength steel so they will not bend when the robot is dropped. The flipper arms are driven with a powerful IG52 gear motor. We have designed this robot to be as simple as possible without compromising its strength, durability, or functionality. The LT2-F tactical version of this robot has been NIST tested and qualified. The chassis also uses our LT2 track and wheels, which will not derail under any circumstance NIST testing or ourselves could dish out. See our LT2/LT2-F Bloodhound for a tactical solution using this robot chassis.
This is a complete package that includes everything listed below. It includes robot chassis, motors, batteries, chargers, controls, etc. Fully assembled, tested and ready to run. This one is worth mentioning because of the roll cage and pan and tilt zoom camera mounted on top.
These ties are flexible, reusable, and adjustable for when you have delicate bundles or bundles that frequently change in size.
This is a prebuilt version of TP-251-003, our programmable triangular omni wheel vectoring robot. It can vector in any direction and is great for indoor robotics. An Arduino Mega and encoders allow for this to be an autonomous robot.