Our track travelling data transmission is used to create a radio data link between vehicles and a central guidance computer. The vehicle equipment consists of a transmitter / receiver as well as an antenna. On the system side, a transmitter / receiver is used plus an induction loop as antenna. The induction loop may be laid in or on the roadway. This work is normally carried out by the customer or the vehicle supplier.
The assembly HG G-75100 consists of transmitter and receiver, each of which operate on various frequencies. Doing so gives two channels for simultaneous operation in both transmitting and receiving directions (full duplex). The inductive data transmission system from Götting is of modular construction. Customer specific variants are realised with little development and production costs.
Data transmission systems using the range of frequencies around 100 kHz have, in general, a limited range (typically 0.1 to 5 m). This is advantageous if the transmission area has to be separated from a neighbours when several are located close to one another (local selectivity). There are therefore predominantly used for track travelling vehicles (AGVs, suspended electric hoists, public transport rail vehicles, cranes).
The inductive modem HG G-75100 has, to our knowledge, the greatest market share in AGV usage.
- Unmanned Automated Guided Vehicles (AGV) in production lines
- Warehouse service vehicles
- Crane controlling
- tracked vehicles
- Van Carriers
|Data Sheet HG 75100 (PDF)||105.25 KB||24.06.2013|
|Device Description HG 75100 Rev. 01 (PDF)||742.44 KB||24.06.2013|