After years of development, the wall-climbing robot can not only replace high-risk and special workers to perform operations, but also improve the efficiency and quality of work. In real life, we can see a variety of wall-climbing robots working in different places. Each robot has a different shape and volume. Generally, it is difficult for ordinary people to distinguish the type of wall-climbing robots. Next The classification of wall-climbing robots has been sorted out for you from three aspects, let’s take a look~
1. Wheeled wall-climbing robot
Wheeled wall-climbing robots are mainly driven by two or more wheels, which are divided into two-wheel, three-wheel and four-wheel according to the number of tires. Among them, the wall-climbing robot with two wheels is not stable when moving, so it is rarely used; the three-wheeled wall-climbing robot walks smoothly and turns flexibly; The bearing capacity is stronger.
2. Crawler wall-climbing robot
The crawler wall-climbing robot uses crawlers on both sides to perform wall-climbing motion. Its overall driving principle is similar to that of a tank. It has greater load-carrying capacity and better wall friction. At the same time, it can also maintain stability on uneven walls. The disadvantage is friction Too big, the movement is not sensitive enough, and the speed is relatively slow.
3. Legged wall-climbing robot
Leg-footed, divided into quadrupeds and bipeds, is similar to the walking style of humans and animals, which reduces the weight and energy consumption of the robot, and can be reliably adsorbed on smooth and non-porous walls, such as walls and ceilings Crawling, and over-crawling between two adjacent surfaces, can also climb over obstacles such as pipes.
1. Vacuum adsorption
Vacuum adsorption wall climbing robots can be divided into two types: single suction cup and multi-suction cup. They can adsorb the wall surface of any material, but they have high requirements on the flatness of the wall surface. Once there are cracks or unevenness on the wall surface, the suction cup will easily leak air. , a fall occurs.
2. Magnetic adsorption
The magnetic adsorption method of the wall-climbing robot can also be divided into electromagnetic adsorption and permanent magnetic adsorption
①Electromagnetic adsorption method uses the current on the coil to generate magnetic force based on the electromagnetic principle, and attaches to the magnetic metal. The magnetic force is easy to control, but the safety is not high. Once a power failure occurs, the adsorption function will disappear;
②Permanent magnetic adsorption wall climbing robot uses the magnetic force of permanent magnets for adsorption. This adsorption force is very strong and stable. When finished, remove it using isolation techniques.
3. Bionic adsorption
In addition to vacuum adsorption and magnetic adsorption wall-climbing robots, there is also a kind of climbing and moving work that can rely on limbs and suction cups, called bionic adsorption robots, but these wall-climbing robots are too expensive and inconvenient to maintain, so they are very difficult Less is used instead.
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