Designed to be reliable, watertight and extendable.
Leo Rover is a great tool for your own robotics solutions development. Now you don’t need to redesign the mobility base every time you want to build a customized robot.
Leo Rover provides a sturdy platform with remote control, video streaming and simple autonomy capabilities.
You can finally stop thinking about the basics and spend the time and energy on your own research and the job to be done!
Weight: 6,5 kg
Dimensions: 410x460x270 [length x width x height, mm]
Protection rating: complies with IP66 (not certified)
Upper platform load capacity: 5 kg
Battery life: Up to 4 hrs of driving
Camera: 2 MP CMOS OV2710
Camera lens: Fisheye with 180 deg field of view; 0.5 lux.
Drive: 4 x in-hub DC motor with 3-stage planetary gearbox (73.2 reduction ratio)
Wheel diameter: 130 mm
Tire material: Rubber with foam insert (non-pneumatic)
Estimated maximum obstacle size: 130 mm
Connection: WiFi 2.4 GHz
Connection range: Up to 100m (with live video stream)
Device requirements: Windows/Linux/Android/macOS (video streaming on iOS not supported)
Mounting surface dimensions: 299 x 183 [length x width, mm]
Upper platform mounting holes:
40 x M5 thread (18 x 15 mm grid);
22 x Φ 5,5mm holes (18 x 15 mm grid);
Internal case details: FIBOX ABS B65G, IP67 watertight case, 110x80x65 mm
External waterproof plugs
Connector type: WEIPU SP13 series
3 x Timer output / counter input / IO
2 x 7V / 2 A
1 x 5V / 1 A
Communication standards: I2C, SPI, USB
Main computer: Raspberry Pi 3B
Microcontroller: STM32F100C8T6STM32 wireless programming: Yes
Open communication protocol: YesRechargeable battery: Yes
Dedicated charger included: Yes
Charging time Approx.: 2 hrs
Drive the Rover remotely with any web-enabled device (Android/Windows/macOS).
Leo Rover sets its own access point and all you need to do is to connect to Leo Rover WiFi.
In fact, the control panel design was inspired by real space mission interfaces. A simple and intuitive design makes driving Leo Rover even more enjoyable.
Leo Rover can carry up to 5 kg (11 lbs.) of additional equipment. With Raspberry Pi 3 as the main computer and ROS out of the box, it fits almost any sensor, LiDAR or camera module available on the market.
Find use of all the projects that you already thought of and implement them in real applications.
Leo Rover is designed to be useful in all the real-life solutions.
Got an idea? Get involved in Leo Rover Community and help everyone design the rover to meet any condition you can find on Earth (and beyond!).