The robot must fit within a square box of following dimensions initially : Width: 30cm, Length : 30cm, Height : No constraint.(+2 cm error is negotiable)
The robot may expand in size once match begins, but not physically separate into pieces, and must remain a single centralized robot.
The total mass of the robot must not exceed 5kgs (10% error is negotiable).
Robots can be autonomous or remote controlled. Wired or wireless remotes can be used.
Teams using wireless robots should use multi frequency remotes to avoid frequency interference.
Irrespective of the mechanism used, only one member would be allowed to control the bot during the match.
The robot should be electrically powered. The power supply must be on-board. Potential difference between any two points must not exceed 15 volts.
Any control mechanisms can be employed, as long as all components are contained within the robot.
In case of wired bots, the wires should remain slack during the fight.
The wires should remain insulated and all the wires coming out of the machine should be stacked as a single unit.
Parts that could break or damage the ring are not allowed. Do not use parts that are intended to damage the opponent’s robot or its operator. Normal pushes, lifting or collisions are not considered intent to damage.
Use of pneumatics, hydraulics, inflammable liquids, flame weapons, glue, RF jammers, and electromagnets systems is strictly prohibited.