The Bluewhale automatic charging module uses the infrared signal of the charging dock to locate the dock, and automatic charge the robot. The user only needs to fix the charging dock in a corner, and the charging module can be fixed in the proper position of the robot. When the user sends a signal to the robot to start charging through the program, the robot will begin to move automatically to the charging dock and begin charging.
The Bluewhale automatic charging module uses the infrared signal of the charging dock to locate, and automatic charge the robot. User only needs to place the charging dock in a corner, and fix the charging module in the proper position of the robot. When user sends a signal to the robot through a program to start charging, the robot will move automatically to the charging dock and begin charging.
Almost 100% of the charge success rate
The integration with ROS system makes it easier and quicker for users to use.
Easy to Use
The product structure is simple, and easy to added to your own robot. You can start using it with very little configuration
Wide range of outputs
Supports 0-50v, 0-5A charging output
The parts of the automatic charging module are shown in the figure above. The charging module is divided into two parts: charging base and charging dock.
The charging base contains an electrode, a crash switch, and a charge status indicator. When charging is complete, the indicator light from the charging dock changes from red to green.
Charging Dock Mounting requirements: Mount the charging base at the bottom of the robot. Adjust the height so that it can touch the charging dock smoothly
The charging dock is fixed against the wall with the external power supply. At the same time, make sure the robot can move freely in the area as shown in the image.
For detailed installation and usage instructions, seebw_auto_dock: How to use and implement the automatic charging package