LiuGong’s electric remote controlled wheeled loader

By Andy Brown02 August 2021

LiuGong’s electric remote controlled wheeled loader

China-based OEM LiuGong has launched the 856E MAX Intelligent Remote Control Electric wheeled loader.

The zero emissions machine has, according to LiuGong, low energy consumption, low noise and excellent performance.

The wheeled loader uses a new lithium iron phosphate battery which can power the machine for up to eight hours. With high energy density of battery, the service life of the cell reaches 4,000 times of charging and discharging, which is said to improve the operational stability.

As well as being electric powered, the wheeled loader comes equipped with a intelligent construction management platform based on IoT, intelligent shovel loader, 5G remote control and intelligent management system.

The remote control system adopts SA (Standalone Architecture) independent networking 5G technology to minimise the network delay. It is equipped with a global HD wide-angle camera to reduce the monitoring blind area and to intuitively estimate the distance between the loader and the surrounding objects. Dual control units are used for redundancy control, ensuring safe operation in case of unstable signal.

To see where LiuGong ranked on the Yellow Table, International Consturction’s ranking of the world’s top 50 construction equipment OEMs, click here

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