Echo Range Picker Robotic Lawn Mower Reviews

Echo Robotics Autonomous Mower and Range Picker


Echo’s Mower and Range Picker Do the Heavy Lifting On the Golf Course

Golf ball collection and mowing have traditionally taken time and attention away from “bigger picture” issues in driving range and golf course management. But, with Echo’s RP-1200 Range Picker – the newest addition to Echo Robotics’ line of autonomous turf equipment – along with the TM-2000 Auto Mower, these menial tasks can go back to being afterthoughts.

10-Second Summary

  • RP-1200 Range Picker works together with TM-2000 autonomous mower
  • Both operate 24/7, rain or shine
  • Remote command and performance monitoring from your smartphone or online portal
  • Emissions-free operation
  • 8 times lower energy costs when compared to traditional mowers
  • Advanced automation, guidance, and safety features

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Echo Robotics designed both the TM-2000 and RP-1200 for near-constant use. Aside from charging, both units can run all day, every day, rain or shine. Turf managers don’t necessarily even need to be on-site to monitor the work performed. You control both units from your tablet, smartphone, or online portal, where you can issue remote commands, automate work orders, track GPS locations, and monitor real-time status and performance.

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Both the Echo Auto Mower and Range Picker units offer emissions-free, quiet operation. In the case of the mower, Echo claims that their TM-2000 offers 8 times lower energy costs when compared to traditional mowers.

With the Echo RP-1200 Range Picker, management can program the work to focus on high-density areas to improve picking efficiency. Because of the picker’s light weight, you won’t have to worry about turf compaction or balls getting smashed into the ground. It can collect up to 300 balls at a time, managing up to 12,500 balls per day on 6 acres worth of area coverage.

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Meanwhile, the TM-2000 keeps the turf looking pristine and freshly trimmed all the time. It features 5 floating cutting heads that each sport 3 retractable and replaceable 2-inch blades per head. Special protective discs around the heads allow for continuous mowing without damaging balls.

The Echo Robotics RP-1200 and TM-2000 models will be shown off at the 2020 PGA Merchandise Show and Golf Industry Show in Orlando in the next few days. The PGA Show will take place on January 21-24, while GIS will pick up on January 25-30. For more information on Echo Robotics’ autonomous turf management solutions, check out echorobotics.com .

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Echo Robotics Mower and Range Picker Specs

Echo TM-2000 Autonomous Mower

  • Surface Max: 6 acres
  • Speed: 2.2 mph
  • Battery: Lithium-Ion, 25.6V
  • Mowing Width: 40.7″
  • Weight: 156.5 lbs
  • Average Annual Consumption: 830 kWh
  • Dimensions: 4.2 ft x 3.6 ft x 1.7 ft
  • Mowing Height: 0.8″ – 3.9″
  • Cutting Heads: 5 floating heads
  • Blades: 3 retractable and replaceable 2″ blades per cutting head

Echo RP-1200 Range Picker

  • Tank Capacity: 300 balls
  • Daily Capacity: Up to 12,500 balls
  • Surface Max: 6 acres
  • Speed: 2.2 mph
  • Propulsion: 2 x 17″ motorized wheels
  • Battery: Lithium-Ion, 25.6 Volts
  • Collection Width: 40.7″
  • Weight (Including Batteries): 188 lbs
  • Average Annual Consumption: 500 kWh
  • Dimensions: 3.9 ft x 4.3 ft. x 1.6 ft

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