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Modified 2018-08-22 by Julien Kindle

Current collector

Modified 2018-08-31 by ThomasAckermann

The current collector Figure 4.10 is a flexible shaft mounted on top of a Duckiebot. Its purpose is to make contact with the charging rails.

A Duckiebot with a current collector.

Charging rail

Modified 2018-08-29 by Julien Kindle

A charging rail is a brass tube mounted over a Duckietown with the help of high voltage poles (Section 1.5 - High voltage pole).

A brasstube.

High voltage pole

Modified 2018-08-29 by Julien Kindle

The purpose of the high voltage pole is to mount the charging rails over the street.

A high voltage pole.

Insulator

Modified 2018-08-29 by Julien Kindle

The insulator connects the charging rails to a overhanging structure.

An insulator.

Charging rail tiles

Modified 2018-08-29 by Julien Kindle

Charging rail tiles are tiles with charging rails. Duckiebots can charge in both directions. Each charging rail tile has $8$ brass rails. See Figure 1.10.

Charging module

Modified 2018-08-29 by Julien Kindle

A charging module describes the combination of a charging rail and all connected straights and curves up to the next intersection. See Figure 1.10.

Charger

Modified 2018-08-29 by Julien Kindle

A charger describes one single lane of a charging module. See Figure 1.10.

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