what is the weight limit for robot wars in India_

Answer
The weight limits for robot combat competitions in India are as follows:
  • Under 15kg (33 lbs) category: The bot's weight at any given time should be between 10kg (22 lbs) to 15kg (33 lbs) including the battery, with a weight tolerance of ±10%.
  • Under 30kg (66 lbs) category: The bot's weight at any given time should be between 15kg (33 lbs) to 30kg (66 lbs) including the battery, with a weight tolerance of ±10%.
  • Under 60kg (133 lbs) category: The bot's weight at any given time should not exceed 30kg (66 lbs) to 60kg (133 lbs) including the battery, with a weight tolerance of ±10%.
The weight will be measured at the time of inspection before the competition starts. Safety covers, restraints, small cameras, and telemetry packages do not count towards the bot's weight. Some additional rules:
  • Bots can have an additional decoration that increases the weight up to 2kg (4.4 lbs), as long as the bot without the decoration does not exceed the weight limit.
  • For an 8kg (17.64 lbs) weight class, the weight of the machine should not exceed 8kg, including the weight of any pneumatic source/tank.
So in summary, the weight limits range from 8kg to 60kg depending on the specific competition rules. The most common categories appear to be 15kg, 30kg, and 60kg.
was it sometimes 600kg in history?
Answer
Robot Wars (TV series)
Robot Wars (TV series)
Robot combat competition TV series
Genre
Robot competition
Country of origin
United Kingdom
Presented by
Jeremy Clarkson (1998), Craig Charles (1998-2004), Dara Ó Briain (2016-2018), Angela Scanlon (2016-2018)
Based on the search results provided, there is no indication that robot combat competitions in India or elsewhere have ever had a weight limit as high as 600kg. The key information from the search results is:
  • The most common weight classes for robot combat competitions in India appear to be:
    • Under 15kg (33 lbs) category
    • Under 30kg (66 lbs) category
    • Under 60kg (133 lbs) category
  • The UK-based Fighting Robots Association (FRA) and North American SPARC organizations have defined weight classes up to 240 lb (110 kg) for "Heavyweight" robots, and an "Alternative Heavyweight Class" up to 250 lb (113 kg)
  • The popular BattleBots competition in the US has a weight limit of 250 lb (113 kg)
  • The house robots used in the UK Robot Wars TV series were much heavier, with the largest (Sir Killalot) weighing 741 kg (1,634 lbs)
However, there is no evidence presented in the search results that any mainstream robot combat competitions have ever had a 600kg weight limit. The weight classes seem to top out around 100-250 lbs (45-113 kg) for the largest robots. A 600kg limit would be exceptionally high compared to the norms described in the information provided.
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