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robot tether

by   -   September 22, 2016
TReX (Tethered Robotic Explorer). Credit: utiasASRL/YouTube
TReX (Tethered Robotic Explorer). Credit: utiasASRL/YouTube

Some people swear all tethers are bad. Some recommend attaching a tether to robots in order to provide power (to save the mass and volume of the batteries), for reliable fast communications, transfer of pressure or fluid, to track a robot’s position, or as a safety harness (in case the robot needs to be dragged out). However, before designing a tether there are several things you need to consider.



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