Ackermann Steering Mobile Robot
Developed for low-speed autonomy, Hunter 2.0 uses Ackerman steering and rocker suspension to effectively navigate obstacles. The new power system enhances payload and endurance for superior performance.
High Endurance Scenarios
Hunter 2.0 is ideal for high-endurance situations with its car-like chassis, reduced tire wear, front-wheel steering, and rocker suspension, making it perfect for navigating speed bumps.
Excellent Payload Capacity
Hunter 2.0's high load capacity enhances productivity, adaptability, worker safety, accuracy, and system integration. It effortlessly handles heavy objects, boosting production, reducing costs, and improving working conditions.
Adaptable and Scalable
The robot's modular design allows for easy reconfiguration and reassembly, making it adaptable to different task requirements. Hunter 2.0 can perform various tasks.
Expansion and Secondary Development
Hunter 2.0 allows users to establish connections using the CAN bus protocol. It's also complemented with an open-source SDK and software resources.
Form Front WheelIndependent Suspension
Speed and Payload
1.5m/s, 100Payload (Standard) 2.7m/s, 80KG Pavload (Optional) Customizable
MAX Travel(without loading)
22Km(24V30Ah Battery) 40Km(24V60Ah Battery)
3.5h(24V30Ah Battery) 7h(24V60Ah Battery)
AC 220V Charger Output 240W
<10° With Loading
24V15A Maximum total output current
Obstacle Surmounting Capacity
5cm Single-stage Right-angle Step
Code Disc Parameters
2500 Lines MagneticIncremental Encoder
Minimum Ground Clearance
Minimum Braking Distance
0.2m 6km/h -> 0km/h (lt depends on the ground conditions)
Drive 2x400W streeing 400W Servo Motor
Standard CAN 232 Serial Port
Electromagnetic power-off parking maximum 10° ramp parking(For parking only)