MRAK Emergency Stop

The MRAK Emergency Stop provides redundant safety at a distance

Features

ARA’s E-Stop is essential equipment for autonomous or optionally-manned equipment. Accidents happen, so when operators get into a situation they don’t like, ARA’s E-Stop will stop the machine in its tracks, at any distance the robotic vehicle can operate. Entirely redundant, the system does not rely upon the platform or any onboard robotics to stop the system. Robotic vehicle shuts down and stops when the button is depressed.

ARA’s E-Stop is also a key piece of safety equipment in dangerous fields such as mining, forestry, and environmental remediation for manned equipment. Spotters, supervisors, or operators can shut equipment down when problems occur, and before accidents happen. A full list of features include:

  • Provides the safety of an emergency stop at distance
  • Creates an entirely redundant safety system
  • Radio system independent of any robotics or onboard equipment
  • Stops the system if the E-Stop link is broken
  • Stops the system with damage to the E-Stop
  • Stops the system when the E-Stop button is depressed
  • Rechargeable with wall adaptor or Hot Swappable rechargeable battery design  
EStop MRAK

Specifications:

Purchase includes hand-held E-Stop with charging cord, Platform Transceiver, and Interface Document

  • E-Stop Specifications:
    • Rechargeable via included Micro USB to wall adaptor
    • 5″x3″x1.5″
    • Hot Swappable rechargeable battery design
    • Protected against dust and water ingress IP67
    • Battery charger not included
  • Platform Transceiver Specifications:
    • 6lbs
    • 6″x2.5″x2″
    • Protected against dust and water ingress
    • Vibration resistant
    • Protected against dust and water ingress IP67

MRAK E-Stop Applications:

  • Essential equipment for unmanned or optionally manned vehicles
  • Enable remote safety for supervisors in traditionally dangerous fields
    • Military
    • EOD/Bomb Squads
    • Forestry
    • Mining
    • Environmental Remediation