MiR Charge 48V
MiR Charge 48V is a fully automatic charging station that lets MiR250, MiR500, MiR600, MiR1000 and MiR1350 robots autonomously reload their batteries as needed. This small, non-intrusive charging station uses standard power and can be easily integrated into almost any environment.
Keep robots running around the clock
Your MiR250, MiR500 and MiR1000 robots will never run out of power in the middle of a job. MiR Charge 48V is a fully automatic charging station that offers flexible deployment options to meet your needs.
Collaborates with MiR Fleet
The robot autonomously returns to the charging station and connects when its battery falls under established limits. It can also be programmed to regularly recharge between deliveries, such as when it returns to a stockroom or depot, which can allow the robot to run nearly continuously. MiR Charge 48V fully charges a MiR250, MiR500 or MiR1000 robot in about one hour. When multiple robots are deployed using MiR Fleet, the system evaluates battery levels and job loads, optimizing utilization and recharging to keep the fleet on the job around the clock.
Designed for challenging environments
Like MiR's newest robots, the MiR600 and MiR1350, MiR Charge 48V is IP52 rated, which means that it can withstand water drops and dust, and therefore can be used in more environments than other charging stations.
Discreet and easy to install
MiR Charge 48V is easy and unobtrusive to install in your facility. It uses standard power outlets and its low profile and small footprint give you additional flexibility in how you power and deploy your mobile robot.
|Color||RAL 7035 / Light gray|
|Disclaimer||Specifications may vary based on local conditions and application setup|
|Length||622 mm | 24.5 in|
|Height||287 mm | 11.3 in|
|Depth||237 mm | 9.3 in (with charging plate: 487 mm | 19.2 in)|
|Weight||20 kg | 44.1 lbs|
|Ambient temperature range, operation||5–40°C | 41–104°F|
|Maximum altitude||2 000 m | 6 562 ft|
|Output||48 V, maximum 40 A|
|Input||100 V-240 V AC, 50-60 Hz|
|TüV safety approval||
Canada: CSA C22.1-18, SPE-1000-13, CSA C22.2 No. 107.2 -2001
US: NFPA 70: 2017, UL 1564: 2015, NFPA 791: 2021