Honda P series
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|Weight||175 kg||210 kg||130 kg||80 kg||52 kg||54 kg|
|Height||191.5 cm||182.0 cm||160.0 cm||160.0 cm||120.0 cm||130.0 cm|
|Width||60.0 cm||60.0 cm||45.0 cm||45.0 cm|
|Depth||75.8 cm||55.5 cm||44.0 cm||37.0 cm|
|Walking speed||2 km/h||2 km/h||2 km/h||1.6 km/h||2.7 km/h (walking)|
6 km/h (running)
|Max working load||5 kg/hand||2 kg/hand||1 kg (carrying)|
10kg (on cart)
|Battery||135 V - 6 A·h - Ni-Zn||38.4 V - NiMH||51.8 V - Li-ion|
|Continuous operating time||15 minutes||25 minutes||30 minutes||1 hour (walking)|
|Degrees of freedom||30||30||28||34||26||34|
- 1.^ – The P1 was developed in 1993 but was not unveiled and Honda kept its existence a secret until the announcement of the P2 in 1996.
- 2.^ – The P4 was developed in 2000 and originally unveiled as "P3-improved prototype" (P3改良型試作機). The model was announced as the "P4" in 2009.
- Honda E series, experimental models
- Humanoid Robotics Project; the HRP-1 is a variant of the Honda P3.
- "History of the Humanoids: P1-P2-P3 (1993 - 1997)". Honda Motor Co., Ltd. Retrieved 2008-07-01.
- "P3 Humanoid Robot". Honda Robot Site (in Japanese). Honda. Archived from the original on 2001-01-24. Retrieved 2010-05-24.
- "幻の ASIMO 開発機「P4」を展示！". Response.jp (in Japanese). IRI Commerce and Technology, Inc. 2010-03-23. Retrieved 2010-05-24.
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