ROBOTIS Robot Hand for Universal Robots e-Series
1-DOF Two-Finger Hand
Multi-functional robot hand with 2 fingers powered by 10W DC motor.
Adaptive Gripping Design
Passive Joints enable adaptive gripping for various shapes of objects.
Current Control (Force Control)
Torque control and current-based position control make it possible to pick up objects of various materials.
Light Weight & High Power
a 5kg high payload is delivered from a 500g light weighted robot hand.
Detachable Finger Tips
Detachable finger tips can be easily replaced with customized finger tips.
Intuitive and Simple Mounting
The robot band can be quickly mounted on a ROBOTIS Manipulator.
Simplified design enables easy mounting on custom applications.
|MCU||ST CORTEX-M4 (STM32F405 @ 168Mhz, 32bit)|
|Position Sensor||Contactless Absolute Encoder (12bit, 360°)|
|Baud Rate||9,600 bps ~ 10.5Mbps|
|Control Algorythm||PID Control|
|Degree of Precision||0.088°|
|Operating Mode||Current Control Mode
Current based Position Control Mode
|Gear Ratio||1181 : 1|
|Maximum Gripping Force||170N|
|Operating Temperature||-5°C ~ 55°C|
|Command Signal||Digital Packet|
|Protocol Type||RS485 Asynchronous Serial Communication (8bit, 1stop, No Parity)|
|Physical Connection||RS485 Multidrop BUS|
|ID||0 ~ 252|
|Feedback||Position, Velocity, Current, Temperature, Input Voltage, etc|
|Material||Full Metal Gear, Metal Body|
Please make necessary modifications to ID, baud rate, etc. after purchase
The shape has been changed to increase the durability of the fingertip, which has resulted in a stroke change of 109mm to 106mm.
(Applies to orders shipped out from November 4, 2019)
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