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Data Communications for AGV and AMR Fleets

By July 11, 2024Uncategorized

Conductix-Wampfler, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of systems for energy and data transmission to mobile consumers, has developed an all-in-one solution specifically for secure data communication of automated guided vehicles (AGVs) and autonomous mobile robots (AMRs): The new Robin’6 reduces integration and operating costs and enhances cyber security.

Robin’6: Wireless data communication on the latest Wi-Fi 6 standard

“With the new fully managed communication device Robin’6, we are setting standards for reliable communication in an ultra-compact, robust design,” emphasizes Thomas Förste, Product Manager Wireless Data Transmission at Conductix-Wampfler. For optimum connectivity and integration into the infrastructure, the Wi-Fi solution is equipped with LAN, CAN and GPIO interfaces, which are all positioned on the front for easy mounting and wiring. With a height of just 26.5 mm, the device is extremely slim and therefore also suitable for vehicles with low overall height.

Convenient, wireless start-up and remote configuration and monitoring facilitate quick set-up and enable the automation of fleet deployments. Robin’6 has energy-saving sleep modes and digital controls for power management of the function blocks on board the AGV/AMR. “All these features make Robin’6 the perfect wireless data communication device for AGV/AMR manufacturers, system integrators and plant operators interested in long-term cost reduction in the commissioning and operation of industrial vehicle fleets,” explains Förste.

Ideal addition to the wide solution range for AGVs and AMRs

Whether battery systems, battery charging solutions or communication and safety solutions – with Robin’6, Conductix-Wampfler now offers an even more comprehensive and ideally matched portfolio of solutions for energy transmission, energy storage and secure data communication for AGVs and AMRs.

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Conductix-Wampfler, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of systems for energy and data transmission to mobile consumers, has developed an all-in-one solution specifically for secure data communication of automated guided vehicles (AGVs) and autonomous mobile robots (AMRs): The new Robin’6 reduces integration and operating costs and enhances cyber security.

Robin’6: Wireless data communication on the latest Wi-Fi 6 standard

“With the new fully managed communication device Robin’6, we are setting standards for reliable communication in an ultra-compact, robust design,” emphasizes Thomas Förste, Product Manager Wireless Data Transmission at Conductix-Wampfler. For optimum connectivity and integration into the infrastructure, the Wi-Fi solution is equipped with LAN, CAN and GPIO interfaces, which are all positioned on the front for easy mounting and wiring. With a height of just 26.5 mm, the device is extremely slim and therefore also suitable for vehicles with low overall height.

Convenient, wireless start-up and remote configuration and monitoring facilitate quick set-up and enable the automation of fleet deployments. Robin’6 has energy-saving sleep modes and digital controls for power management of the function blocks on board the AGV/AMR. “All these features make Robin’6 the perfect wireless data communication device for AGV/AMR manufacturers, system integrators and plant operators interested in long-term cost reduction in the commissioning and operation of industrial vehicle fleets,” explains Förste.

Ideal addition to the wide solution range for AGVs and AMRs

Whether battery systems, battery charging solutions or communication and safety solutions – with Robin’6, Conductix-Wampfler now offers an even more comprehensive and ideally matched portfolio of solutions for energy transmission, energy storage and secure data communication for AGVs and AMRs.

read more

Wireless Charging Wisdom

 

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