Laser Guided Vehicles – LGV – Auriga Z
Auriga Z are vehicles with forks, equipped with load stabilizers which increases the load capacity without using bulky mechanical structures.
The machine models are designed to transport any type of product. The range goes from the traditional Auriga 25 Z, which moves two pallets simultaneously or an horizontal paper reel, up to the larger Auriga 60 Z, which moves heavy loads up to 13,200 lbs. (6.000 kg).
BATTERY REPLACEMENT OR CHARGING SYSTEMS
The battery replacement or charging system is designed to guarantee the wide autonomy for Auriga vehicles. There are three types: ad hoc charging, semi/automatic battery replacement or automatic battery replacement. Every vehicle has a charge indicator on-board managed by the microprocessor that liaises with the AGV Manager, keeping it constantly updated as to the status of the charge and consequently the need to refuel.
The supervision system is designed to manage missions, criteria for the dynamic allocation of vehicles. It is interconnected with the other company devices, such as PC, PLC, database and ERP systems its purpose is to define, monitor, forecast and archive all the information relating to the logistics system devices, especially Auriga laser guided vehicles. Thanks to an entirely visual interface, an overall representation of the plant can be seen with the location of the vehicles and the related load. The status of every vehicle can be seen in order to check its operating parameters.
The Ethernet network used for the systems designed by OCME is designed by highly qualified specialized technicians, capable of guaranteeing perfect operation and maximum availability of the infrastructure. The network, which is part wired, and part wireless, is designed for the LGVs to liaise with the central traffic management system and concurrently assess the requests originating from the operators (via normal handheld devices), from palletizers/depalletizers or in general from any other plant, irrespective of the language and of the communication protocol used.
WAREHOUSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (WMS)
Integrated warehouse management is obtained thanks to algorithms which are capable of making the correct choices to exploit all the available space. The AGV Manager guides the vehicles on specific missions based on the load they need to load or unload according to various parameters.
|SPECIFICATIONS||AURIGA 25 Z||AURIGA 40 Z||AURIGA 60 Z|
|Max unit Load Weight (lbs.)||5500||8800||13200|
|LGV Height* (inches)||122||122||122|
|Lifting height* (inches)||59||59||59|
|Unit load Height* (inches)||90||90||90|
|Max Height Lift Mast (inches)||96||96||96|
|LGV Length (inches)||167||173||179|
|LGV Width* (inches)||69||69||69|
|Wheel base (inches)||80||86||92|
|Max. speed (inches/s)||67||67||67|
|Max speed Fork Lift (inches/s)||8||8||8|
with battery (lbs.)