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Enryu Series : Enryu T-53

Picture ofEnryu Series : Enryu T-53 Picture: TMSUK
  • Released:
  • 2007
  • Enryu T-53 is a rescue robot developed by TMSUK Co. Ltd. in 2007. Enryu T-53 is designed to handle dangerous, rescue missions.

    TMSUK’s heavy-duty robot is equipped with a strong pair of arms, which are capable of lifting objects weighing up to 1000 kilograms. Enryu T-53 is specially built for extreme environments like the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power station in Japan.

    The robot can either be controlled remotely through the use of a state-of-the-art remote control system, or it can be controlled from a cockpit inside the robot. Enryu T-53 is capable of sending real-time images captured from its high-resolution CCD cameras to the remote controller.

    Additionally, the robot is geared with important tools commonly used in rescue missions for faster and convenient operation.


    • Advanced control options: Manual drive from an inside cockpit or remote control drive from a remote location
    • Real-time images from its high-resolution CCD cameras available for both cockpit drive and remote control drive option
    • Pair of powerful arms can lift objects weighing 1000 kilograms
    • CCD cameras mounted on different parts of the robot - head, torso and arms
    • Metallic wheel-driven platform designed for very rough terrains
    • Heavy-duty light mounted on its head for all-night rescue operations
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