RQ-Huno. Some questions about batteries and charging.

Korean company maker of Robot kits and servos designed for of articulated robots. Re-incarnation of Megarobotics.
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RQ-Huno. Some questions about batteries and charging.

Post by to_xxx » Fri Nov 30, 2012 3:39 pm

Post by to_xxx
Fri Nov 30, 2012 3:39 pm

Hello.
Sorry for my english, i live in russia, but i hope you would understand me.
I want to buy a robot and I have a some questions about Robobuilder RQ-Huno:
1) If I want to use RQ-Huno more than one hour, can i replace battery for another? For example my battery is low, and i take off it, and insert а new fully charged battery? It's easy?
2) Where I can buy replacement battery? Or what the name of accumulator I need ? (I mean: type, mark, voltage and other....)
3) Can I charge my batteries without Robobuilder. I mean external charging device?

Thanks for understanding. :)
Hello.
Sorry for my english, i live in russia, but i hope you would understand me.
I want to buy a robot and I have a some questions about Robobuilder RQ-Huno:
1) If I want to use RQ-Huno more than one hour, can i replace battery for another? For example my battery is low, and i take off it, and insert а new fully charged battery? It's easy?
2) Where I can buy replacement battery? Or what the name of accumulator I need ? (I mean: type, mark, voltage and other....)
3) Can I charge my batteries without Robobuilder. I mean external charging device?

Thanks for understanding. :)
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Post by PedroR » Wed Dec 05, 2012 6:43 pm

Post by PedroR
Wed Dec 05, 2012 6:43 pm

Hi

It should be possible to replace the RQ-HUNO Battery. However at the moment we don't have them available for sale separately yet.


Regarding external charging, to charge the battery you need the small board that's installed on the Robot (the power management board).

However this board my be removed and you may be able to connect the battery directly to the controller.
This way the Power board can be sued separate from the Robot to charge a new battery.


I don't have the battery specifications but it appears to be a 3 cell LiIon or LiPo. You will just need to crimp the correct connector.


Having said this, you can always run your robot using he power adapter (ie keep it connected directly to the electricity) this gives you unlimited run time but has the limitation of range: the robot can only go as far as the lead (wire) reaches.

Regards
Pedro.
Hi

It should be possible to replace the RQ-HUNO Battery. However at the moment we don't have them available for sale separately yet.


Regarding external charging, to charge the battery you need the small board that's installed on the Robot (the power management board).

However this board my be removed and you may be able to connect the battery directly to the controller.
This way the Power board can be sued separate from the Robot to charge a new battery.


I don't have the battery specifications but it appears to be a 3 cell LiIon or LiPo. You will just need to crimp the correct connector.


Having said this, you can always run your robot using he power adapter (ie keep it connected directly to the electricity) this gives you unlimited run time but has the limitation of range: the robot can only go as far as the lead (wire) reaches.

Regards
Pedro.
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