The MiR600 is a stronger and safer AMR. The MiR600 is compliant with the highest available robot standards making it superior to other AMRs on the market. With increased ability to withstand dust particles and fluids along with being compliant to the highest safety standards on the market, the MiR600 is safer, more stable and more reliable than other AMRs on the market.
Quick Facts about the MiR600
Safe and efficient maneuvering
The collaborative MiR600 safely maneuvers around people and physical obstacles. With its advanced technology and sophisticated software, the robot autonomously navigates to find the most efficient path to its destination. When it meets obstacles, it will automatically re-route to avoid costly lags in logistics processes.
MiR600 is equipped with the latest laser-scanning technology that delivers a 360-degree visual for optimal safety. 3D cameras have a range of 30-2,000 mm above floor level to detect pallets.
Optimize pallet transportation without changing facility layout
With the MiR600 Pallet Lift, the MiR600 picks up, transports and unloads pallets autonomously, freeing up employees for more valuable tasks. There is no need to change the facility layout when operating the MiR600 as the function of wires, magnets or QR codes is replaced by sophisticated navigation software. Simply download CAD files of the facility to the robot or use its laser scanners to create a map - that’s all it takes to ensure a fast and cost-efficient implementation.
A robust robot for the industry
The MiR600 is the first IP52 rated AMR on the market together with MiRs other heavy duty robots, the very powerful MiR1350. With increased ability to withstand dust particles and fluids the mobile robot can be used in more environments, it can e.g. drive close to open gates or other places where it is exposed to waterdrops and dirt.
Highly user friendly and flexible
The user-friendly MiR600 gives you full control of the robot from the very start. MiR600 is controlled with the intuitive MiR Robot Interface via smartphone, tablet or PC, and can be programmed without any prior experience. The robot can also be integrated into your ERP system for a fully automated solution.
With the ability to quickly and easily integrate different top modules, the MiR600 can be equipped with pallet forks, conveyors, a robot arm or other options to support a wide range of applications.
|Designated use||For internal transportation of goods and automation of internal logistics|
|Type||Autonomous Mobile Robot (AMR)|
|Color||RAL 7011 / Iron Gray|
|Product design life||5 years or 20 000 hours, whichever comes first|
|Disclaimer||Specifications may vary based on local conditions and application setup|
|Length||1 350 mm | 53.1 in|
|Width||910 mm | 35.8 in|
|Height||322 mm | 12.7 in|
|Weight (without battery or payload)||229 kg | 504.9 lbs|
|Ground clearance||25 - 28 mm | 1.0 - 1.1 in|
|Load surface||1 304 x 864 mm | 51.3 x 34 in|
|Wheel diameter (drive wheel)||200 mm | 7.9 in|
|Wheel diameter (caster wheel)||100 mm | 3.9 in|
|Maximum payload||600 kg | 1 322.8 lbs|
|Footprint of payload||Equal to robot footprint. Contact MiR if a bigger payload footprint is required.|
|Payload placement||Place center of mass according to directions in the user guide|
|Maximum lifting capacity with a MiR EU-/US-/Shelf-lift installed||500 kg | 1 100 lbs|
|Maximum speed (with maximum payload on a flat surface)||2.0 m/s (7.2 km/h) | 6.6 ft/s (4.4 mph)|
|Maximum acceleration||No payload: 0.41 m/s2
Maximum payload: 0.37 m/s2
|Acceleration limits with maximum payload||0.37 m/s2. | 1,21 fps2|
|Operational corridor width for a 90° turn||2 400 mm | 94.5 in|
|Operational corridor width for a 180° turn||2 400 mm | 94.5 in|
|Operational corridor width for two robots passing||4 950 mm | 194.9 in|
|Width for pivoting||2 750 mm | 108.3 in|
|Positioning accuracy (in controlled conditions)||Docking to L-marker: 3 mm | 0.12 in deviation on X-axis, 3 mm | 0.12 in on Y-axis, 0.25° yaw.
Docking to VL-marker: 2 mm | 0.08 in deviation on X-axis, 3 mm | 0.12 in on Y-axis, 0.25° yaw.
Docking to V-marker: 20 mm | 0.79 in deviation on X-axis, 20 mm | 0.79 in on Y-axis, 2° yaw.
Docking to Bar-marker: 10 mm | 0.39 in deviation on X-axis, 5 mm | 0.19 in on Y-axis, 0.75° yaw.
Docking to position: 100 mm | 3.94 in deviation on X-axis, 83 mm | 3.27 in on Y-axis, 3.4° yaw.
|Traversable gap and sill tolerance||Gap: maximum 29 mm | 1.14 in at maximum 0.5 m/s | 1,64 fps2, from all angles
Step: maximum 10 mm | 0.39 in at maximum 0.5 m/s | at maximum 40° angle with no payload, not recommended with maximum payload
|Minimum distance between chargers||1 100 mm | 43.3 in|
|Active operation time with maximum payload||8 h 20 m|
|Active operation time with no payload||10 h 45 m|
|Standby time (robot is on and idle)||16 h 45 min|
|Minimum size of detectable object||
Camera: 20 mm | 0.79 in at 1.25 m | 49.2 in
Scanner: 30 mm | 1.18 in at 1.7 m | 66.9 in or 2.3 m | 90.6 in
40 mm | 1.57 in at 2.3 m | 90.6 in or 3 m | 118.1 in
50 mm | 1.97 in at 3 m | 118.1 in or 3.5 m | 137.8 in
70 mm | 2.76 in at 4 m | 157.5 in or 5.5 m | 216.5 in
Distances depend on scan cycle time (30 or 40 m/s | 98.4 or 131.2 mps)
|Battery type||Lithium ion|
|Charging time with MiR Charge 48V||10%–90%: 45 min at an ambient temperature of 22°C|
|Charging time with cable charger||10%–90%: 1 h and 10 min|
|Charging options||MiR Charge 48V, Battery Charger 48V 12A , Cable Charger Lite 48V 3A|
|Charging current, MiR Charge 48V||Up to 35 A depending on battery temperature and constant voltage ramping down towards end of charge cycle.|
|Number of full charging cycles||Minimum 3 000 cycles|
|Battery voltage||47.7 V nominal, minimum 41 V, maximum 54 V|
|Battery capacity||1.63 kWh (34.2 Ah at 47.7 V)|
|Charging ratio and runtime for||
30 min: 1:9,6 (4 h 50 min runtime, maximum payload)
15 min = 2 h 45 min (1:11) 30 min = 5 h 45 min (1:12)
|Environment||For indoor use only|
|Ambient temperature range, operation||5°C–40°C | 41°F–104°F according to ISO3691-4 section 4.1.2|
|Floor conditions||No water, no oil, no dirt|
|Maximum altitude||2 000 m | 6 561 ft|
|EMC||EN61000-6-2, EN61000-6-4, (EN12895)|
|Safety standards for industrial vehicles||CE, EN1525, ANSI B56.5, ISO3691-4, RIA15.08, ISO13849-1|
|Personnel detection safety function||Triggered when obstacles or people are detected too close to the robot|
|Emergency stop||Triggered by pressing the Emergency stop button|
|Overspeed avoidance||Prevents the robot from driving faster than the predefined safety limit|
|Manual control in robot interface||Token-based system for accessing the manual control. The robot issues only one token at a time.|
|Safe guarded stop||Yes|
|Safe load position||Triggered if the speed exceeds 0.3 m/s while the lift/carrier is being lowered or raised|
|WiFi (internal PC)||Router: 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz. Internal computer: WiFi adapter: 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz, 2 internal antennas.|
|Safety I/O connections||6 digital inputs, 6 digital outputs|
|Ethernet||M12 plug, 4p. 10/100 Mbit Ethernet with Modbus protocol, adapter for external antenna|
|Aux. power for top applications||Yes|
|Aux. safety functions||Yes|
|General purpose I/O||Yes|
|SICK safety laser scanners||2 pcs microScan3 (front and rear) 360° visual protection around robot|
|3D cameras||2 pcs 3D camera Intel RealSense™ D435
FoV height: 1 800 mm | 70.9 in
FoV distance in front of robot: 1 200 mm | 47.2 in
FoV horizontal angle: 114°
FoV minimum distance in front of robot for ground view: 250 mm | 9.8 in
|Proximity sensors||8 pcs|
|Light conditions||Must comply with the requirements for the Intel RealSense D435 camera|
|Signal lights||8 pcs, 2 on each corner|
|Maintenance||Maintenance hatches on four sides of the robot|
|Service intervals||6 months or according to user guide|