EPCO Precision is distributing varies types of robotics products such as Mobile Industrial Robots (MiR), collabrative robots, cobots, Universal Robots, UR, Elfin Robot, Han's Robots, OnRobot, SRT and end of arm toolings for varies industrial application and internal warehousing transportation in Malaysia.
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The MiR250 has a footprint of 580 x 800 mm and a height of only 30 centimeters while still being able to move as much as 250 kg with a speed of 2 meters/second. This makes the AMR more agile than any other AMRs on the market and highly adaptable for challenging environments. Thanks to the small footprint, it can drive in spaces as narrow as 80 centimeters. So, doors and elevators that can be an obstacle for other mobile robots, are not a problem for the MiR250.

The MiR250 is constructed for long lifetime, easy serviceability and work 24/7 with the option for fast battery swap. Further, it has been designed according to current applicable safety standards – we therefore believe it’s the safest AMR on the market.

If you have the need the MiR250 also comes in an ESD version.

Introduction about MIR

Mobile Industrial Robots (MiR) is a mobile platform that allowed you to get things done like never before. MiR is bridge to complete a process from different locations autonomously. The potentials are limitless. The more research you done on MiR, the more you stay ahead from competitors. Contact us to understand more about MiR Robots today.


✓ Eliminates material flow bottlenecks to increase productivity

✓ Allows employees to focus on high-value activities, not deliveries

✓ Safely and efficiently maneuvers around people and obstacles

✓ Requires no changes to existing facility

✓ Can be redeployed for different tasks with various top modules

✓ Is easily programmed, with no prior experience needed

✓ Transports payloads up to 250 kg (220 lbs)

✓ Supports the transport of loads up to 500 kg (661 lbs) with the MiRHook

✓ Offers fast return on investment in as little as one year

General information
Designated use For internal transportation of goods and automation of internal logistics
Type Autonomous Mobile Robot (AMR)
Color RAL 7011 / Iron Gray
Color – ESD version RAL 9005 / Jet Black
Cover material Polycarbonate, Lexan Resin 221R
Product design life 5 years or 20 000 hours, whichever comes first
Disclaimer Specifications may vary based on local conditions and application setup
Length 800 mm | 31.5 in
Width 580 mm | 22.8 in
Height 300 mm | 11.8 in
Weight (without battery or payload) 83 kg | 183 lbs
Ground clearance 25 – 28 mm | 1.0 – 1.1 in
Load surface 800 x 580 mm | 31.5 x 22.8 in
Wheel diameter (drive wheel) 200 mm | 7.9 in
Wheel diameter (caster wheel) 125 mm | 4.9 in
Dimensions for mounting top modules Equal to robot footprint. Contact MiR if a bigger top module is required.
Top plate Anodized aluminum, 5 mm | 0.2 in
Maximum payload 250 kg | 551 lbs
Footprint of payload Equal to robot footprint. Contact MiR if a bigger payload footprint is required.
Payload placement Place center of mass according to directions in the user guide
Speed and performance
Maximum speed (with maximum payload on a flat surface) 2.0 m/s (7.2 km/h) | 6.6 ft/s (4.4 mph)
Acceleration limits with maximum payload 0.3 m/s2 | 1 ft/s2
Minimum distance to achieve maximum speed 9.5 m | 31.2 ft
Operational corridor width With default footprint and SICK safety configuration: 1 550 mm | 61in

With dynamic footprint: 1 350 mm | 53.1 in

With 820 mm × 600 mm | 32.3 in × 23.6 in footprint and muted protective fields: 900 mm | 35.4 in

Operational corridor width for a 90° turn With default footprint and SICK safety configuration: 1 500 mm | 60 in

With default footprint and SICK safety configuration and muted protective fields: 950 mm | 37.4 in

With dynamic footprint and SICK safety configuration: 1 250 mm | 50 in

Operational corridor width for a 180° turn With dynamic footprint and SICK safety configuration: 1 250 mm | 49.2 in
Traversable gap and sill tolerance 0-20 mm | 0.79 in

Above 20 mm | 0.79 in: Instructions must be followed

Above 30 mm | 1.18 in: Not recommended, risk of personal injury

Above 50 mm | 1.97 in: Prohibited

Operational doorway width With default footprint and SICK safety configuration: 1 400 mm | 55.1 in

With dynamic footprint and SICK safety configuration: 1 000 mm | 39.4 in With minimized footprint and muted protective fields in any SICK safety configuration: 800 mm | 32 in

Active operation time with maximum payload 13 h at 22°C | 72°F, from 100–0% power in the robot interface and with no top module
Active operation time with no payload 17.4 h at 22°C | 72°F, from 100–0% power in the robot interface and with no top module
Standby time (robot is on and idle) 22 h
Minimum size of detectable object Scanner: 20 mm | 0.79 in at 1 000 mm | 39.4 in distance

70 mm | 2.76 in at 2 500 mm | 98.4 in distance

Docking types Forward and reverse to bar, V, and VL markers, and sideways docking to L-markers
Maximum incline/decline ± 5% at 0.5 m/s
Battery type Lithium ion
Charging time with MiR Charge 48V 10%–90%: 52 min
Charging time with cable charger 10%–90%: 1 h and 10 min
Charging options MiR Charge 48V, Battery Charger 48V 12A, Cable Charger Lite 48V 3 Amp
Charger communication The robot communicates with MiR Charge 48V through a CAN interface. Charging starts only when the robot connection is present
Charging current, MiR Charge 48V Up to 35 A depending on battery temperature and constant voltage ramping down towards end of charge cycle.
Battery weight 14 kg | 30 lbs
Battery dimensions 546 mm length × 204 mm width × 76 mm height | 21.5 in length × 8 in with × 3 in height
Number of full charging cycles Minimum 3 000 cycles
Battery voltage 47.7 V nominal, minimum 41 V, maximum 54 V
Battery capacity 1.63 kWh (34.2 Ah at 47.7 V)
Charging an empty battery Only possible with the cable charger. To dock to MiR Charge 48V, the robot requires at least 3% battery (or equal to 10 m of operating time).
Cable charger Robot cannot drive with cable charger connected and charging
Charging ratio and runtime for 10 min charging: 1:16 (2 h and 40 min runtime with maximum payload)

20 min charging: 1:14 (4 h and 30 min runtime with maximum payload))

30 min charging: 1:12 (6 h and 5 min run time with maximum payload)

60 min charging: 1:10 (10 h and 20 min runtime with maximum payload) Fully charged

Environment For indoor use only
Ambient temperature range, operation 5°C–40°C | 41°F–104°F according to ISO3691-4 section 4.1.2
Ambient temperature range, storage 1 month: -10°C–60°C | 14°F–140°F

3 months: -20°C–+45°C | 14°F–140°F

Humidity 10-85% non-condensing
IP Class IP21
Maximum altitude 2 000 m | 6 561 ft
EMC EN61000-6-2, EN61000-6-4, (EN12895)
Safety standards for industrial vehicles CE, EN1525, ANSI B56.5, ANSI R15.08
Personnel detection safety function Triggered when obstacles or people are detected too close to the robot
Emergency stop Triggered by pressing the Emergency stop button
Overspeed avoidance Prevents the robot from driving faster than the predefined safety limit
Manual control in robot interface Token-based system for accessing the manual control. The robot issues only one token at a time.
WiFi (router) 2.4 GHz 802.11 g/n, 5 GHz 802.11 a/n/ac.
WiFi (internal PC) WiFi adapter: 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz, 2 internal antennas
I/O connections 4 digital inputs, 4 digital outputs (GPIO), 1 Ethernet port, 1 Auxiliary emergency stop
Safety I/O connections 6 digital inputs, 6 digital outputs
Ethernet M12 plug, 4p. 10/100 Mbit Ethernet with Modbus protocol, adapter for external antenna


Top module
Power for top modules 48 V (41-54 V, nom 47.7 V), 10 A combined. 24 V/2 A.
SICK safety laser scanners 2 pcs nanoScan3 (front and rear) 360° visual protection around robot
3D cameras 2 pcs 3D camera Intel RealSense™ D435

FoV height: 1 800 mm | 70.9 in

FoV distance in front of robot: 1 200 mm | 47.2 in

FoV horizontal angle: 114°

FoV minimum distance in front of robot for ground view: 250 mm | 9.8 in

Proximity sensors 8 pcs
Lights and audio
Audio Speaker
Status lights LED light band
Signal lights 8 pcs, 2 on each corner
Maintenance Maintenance hatches on four sides of the robot
Service intervals 6 months or according to user guide