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Roboteq, Inc.

  • 8426 E. Shea Blvd. Scottsdale AZ
    85260
    United States of America
  • +1 (480) 236-1424
  • www.roboteq.com
  • +1 (425) 955-7847

Roboteq, Inc. Articles

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Sensors
4th January 2018
Sensor helps guide robotic vehicles along invisible magnetic tracks

A new magnetic guide sensor capable of detecting and reporting the position of a magnetic field along its horizontal axis, has been introduced by Roboteq. The sensor is intended for line following robotic applications, using adhesive magnetic tape to form a track guide on the floor. Measuring only 165x35x35mm, the MGSW1600 is built into a rugged, watertight, all-metal enclosure. It uses an 8-pin waterproof M12-type connector for it...

Robotics
9th October 2017
Simulator accelerates the design of magnetic guided AGR vehicles

  A simulator that lets AGV designers programme, test and fine tune their Automated Guided Vehicles in the comfort of their PC has been introduced by Roboteq. A magnetic track guided AGV can be built with just two Roboteq components: an MGS1600 magnetic guide sensor and any Roboteq Dual Channel motor controller.

Robotics
11th September 2017
Brushless DC motor controller designed for mobile robots

  Roboteq has introduced the SBL2360, a compact intelligent controller capable of driving two brushless DC motor up to 30A each at up to 60V.

Automotive
23rd May 2014
Intelligent controller targets AGVs

An intelligent controller capable of directly driving two DC motors up to 120Amps each has been introduced by Roboteq. Priced at only $425 in single quantity, the XDC2230 is targeted at designers of Mobile Robots, Automatic Guided Vehicles (AGVs), Warehouse Automation Systems or any other high power motor control application.

Analysis
6th May 2014
How to build a magnetic track guided mobile robot

Roboteq has released an application note and a demonstration video, showing how to build an Automated Guided Vehicle (AGV) which follows a track made of an adhesive magnetic tape affixed to the floor. The design uses just two Roboteq components: the MGS1600 magnetic guide sensor, and the MDC2230 programmable dual channel DC motor controller.

Communications
8th October 2013
Industry's most capable I/O expansion card for Raspberry PI

Roboteq has today announced the most versatile and capable I/O expansion card ever made for the ultra-popular Raspberry PI Single Board Computer. Roboteq’s RIO - for Raspberry I/O - stacks on top of the Raspberry to create an amazingly powerful embedded control and navigation computer, in a small footprint of just 65 x 85 x 20mm.

Sensors
8th May 2013
Roboteq Launches Enhanced Sensor for Guiding Robotic Vehicles along Invisible Magnetic Tracks

Roboteq, Inc introduces a new magnetic guide sensor capable of detecting and reporting the position of a magnetic field along its horizontal axis. The sensor is intended for line following robotic applications, using adhesive magnetic tape to form a track guide on the floor.

Analysis
30th April 2013
Roboteq backs Raspberry PI-based Robot Navigation Computer project on Kickstarter

Roboteq is collaborating on a kickstarter project named RIO and aimed at creating an intelligent I/O card that stacks over the $35 Raspberry PI Linux Single Board computer. The RIO card includes a rich set of I/O and connectivity features.

Communications
2nd April 2013
Roboteq Unveil Programmable 30A Brushless DC Motor Controller Targeting Robotics

Roboteq has today announced the introduction of an intelligent controller capable of directly driving a hall-sensor equipped brushless DC motor up to 30Amps at up to 60V. The SBL1360 is targeted at designers of Industrial Automation systems, mobile robots, mechatronics, or any other medium power motor control application.

Communications
4th March 2013
Roboteq Announce Smart High-Power DC Motor Controller

Roboteq introduces an intelligent controller capable of directly driving a brushed DC motor up to 120Amps at up to 50Volts. The LDC1450 is targeted at designers of Industrial Automation systems, mobile robots, automated guided vehicles, animatronics, or any other high power motor control application. The controller accepts commands from analog joystick, standard R/C radio, or RS232 interface, and can switch automatically from one mode to the othe...

Communications
30th October 2012
Smart Brushless DC Motor Controller Targets Robotics and Industrial Automation

Roboteq introduces an intelligent controller capable of directly driving a hall-sensor equipped brushless DC motor up to 120Amps at up to 50V. The MBL1650 is targeted at designers making mobile robots, automated systems, or any other high power brushless motor control application.

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