Tater weighs roughly 90 pounds and utilizes pneumatic and 12v DC power. His shooting and pickup forks are both steel, and are powered by a 2in bore 7in stroke double acting Parker pneumatic actuator, and a 1in bore 4in stroke double acting Bimba pneumatic actuator, respectively. His onboard 90CFM air compressor pumps out 120psi into three Clippard air tanks, which is then regulated down to 60psi before being sent to the pneumatic actuators via 12v DC 0.67CFM solenoids. He uses four 12v DC brushed CIM motors to power his six-wheel tank drive, these motors are controlled by four Victor 888 speed controllers. Two 12v DC server fans are used to cool the motors and air compressor. His sensors include an Axis IP Camera for reflective object targeting, and an ultrasonic sensor for automatic ball pickup. Tater's "Brain" is the National Instruments Compact RIO which is programmed in LabVIEW. We can control Tater via a laptop computer connected to his onboard 5v DC D-Link wireless router. Any questions? Please ask!