# What is the max linear acceleration of Husky A200?

Dear all,

I am not experienced in doing robotics. I have been trying to find the max linear acceleration of Husky A200 in order to set real constraint for simulation purposes.

What I did was to find out the drive power of the Husky A200 (https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j...).

Drive Power = 400 W continuous (4 wheels), thus Drive Power = 100 W continuous (1 wheel).

Using

Acceleration = Power/(Mass x Velocity), where max velocity = 1 m/s (also in the link above) and Mass = 57.69 kg

I got

Max Acceleration = 1.733 m/s^2

Is the calculation correct? If yes, what does it mean when Max Acceleration > Max Velocity in magnitude? Does it just mean that the velocity will just be capped at 1 m/s even if the velocity can be increased by 1.733 m/s in a second?

Thanks for viewing.