These are commands or settings that are triggered by two consecutive markers (10 cm distance between the markers). The condition, the basic command and then the action are always explained or the exact value is defined first. Examples are "Wait for time" + "2min": "When unloaded" + "Drive right"; "When battery is empty" + "Stop" ; "Station right" + "ID3" (station number 3 comes to the right of the switch)
Stop LEO or keep it waiting for a period of time
Alerts on or off
Setting of 0.4; 0.55; 0.7 m/s as Speed
Turn right, turn left
Turn right or left with/without container
Stop with/without container, wait for time
Check correct direction of travel
Specify a static target
The number of destinations is almost unlimited
If the battery is empty, turn right/left
When the battery is empty, beep on/off
Announcing and naming a station with and without bypass
Set up station once
Intelligent so-called Smart Station Announce
Set obstacle detection to greater distance and width
Ignore other markers for a distance of 1m (important when using a track for both ways)
LEO must know that he is allowed to enter a station and enter it.
At the moment of crossing over the markers, LEO first asks whether it receives the sensor signal for release into the station. One station could be occupied.
In addition, LEO must slightly reduce the speed in the station and, above all, reduce obstacle detection. Otherwise he sees the support frames of the transfer station.
LEO Markers are command codes for the LEO Transporter. They are glued to the floor, next to the LEO track.
They contain so-called QR codes. The coded number is read and encoded when the LEO Transporter passes over the marker.
The information contained therein triggers an event in the LEO software. This can be: Slowing down.