BST undercarriage AGV tugger
Heavy-duty AGV battery can be charged in unit
The heavy-duty model BST undercarriage AGV tugger by Creform operates for a full 8-hour shift without a battery recharge or exchange.
As the sixth and newest model in the supplier’s AGV line, the unit moves loads weighing up to 2,000 pounds. The vehicle drives under a stationary cart positioned on the magnetic tape guidepath, extends a tow pin into the cart’s receiver catch, and moves it to a programmed destination. It then retracts the tow pin, leaving the cart for its intended purpose and moves on to service another cart. The AGV interfaces with multiple varieties of un-powered carts equipped with the proper receiver hitch.
Features include an extra large battery compartment and a battery charging system with retractable cords on wind-up reels, enabling charging to occur without removing the battery from the AGV. For safety, the vehicle has an obstacle sensor with seven sensing areas, a bumper with emergency stop, a warning/status light and audible warning melody box.
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PO Box 830
Greer, South Carolina 29652
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