The UVC Sterilizing Robot is carrying out autonomous mobile sterilization and antivirus on the surface of environmental objects and air. It uses six UV lamps with non ozone 254 nm wavelength. Non ozone makes the killing process safer, non-toxic and residue free.
Six light tubes are irradiated in an all-round way, the illumination power can reach 180 W, 360 ° all-round disinfection, and the coverage radius can reach 6 m.
360 ° all-round intelligent sensing, automatically turn off the light after sensing the human body, so as to avoid problems such as accidental injury to the skin by ultraviolet rays. If a moving object is sensed within 5 meters, the ultraviolet light will be automatically turned off.
The UVC Sterilizing Robot has autonomous navigation technology and moves independently. It can identify objects in the environment and achieve autonomous obstacle avoidance. It is equipped with disinfection management software to automatically calculate the disinfection time according to the space area.
Quantitative management of disinfection process, intelligent operation of robot in the whole process and separation of man and machine to ensure personnel safety.
E1 can be mobile regional automatic disinfection in crowded places.
Man-machine separation, reduce human contact, effectively reduce the risk of infection.
Fully make up for the traditional fixed air disinfection machine, ultraviolet lamp, chemical fumigation.
Recommended scenarios: shopping malls, stations, offices, and production sites
|Overall dimensions (length × wide × High)||0.54×0.36×1.49 m|
|Disinfection radius||6 m|
|Illuminance power||180 w|
|UV wavelength||254 nm|
|Length of lamp tube||90 cm|
|Service life of ultraviolet lamp||8000 h|
|Maximum endurance||2.5-3 h|
|Charging time||4-5 h|
|Battery (lithium battery)||37 V/20.8 Ah|
|Sensor Configuration||Lidar, ultrasonic, live sensor, red External sensor, gyroscope, tag code camera|
|Charging mode||Manual charging/automatic charging|
|Moving speed||0.2-0.8 m/s|
|Remote control driving function||support|
|Applicable occasions||Unmanned environment|