The human hand is one of the most universal and complex tools of nature. It’s no wonder researchers are eager to apply the advantages of this evolutionary design to a new generation of robotic hands.
Nowadays, thanks to the latest advancements in micro and precise drive technology together with high-performance bus technology, new sensitive gripper hands can be developed with small footprint, light weight and including several degrees of freedom.
The i102-01 is a tiny DC Servo Drive to control the fingers movement of a humanoid hand. The unit can control two brush DC motors at a time via CANopen or SPI interface.
Development Time: 6 weeks
Yearly Volume: 1000 units
|Supply Voltage||VDC||8 - 65|
|Dimensions||mm||23 x 34 x 1|
|Feedback||Digital Halls|Digital Incremental Encoder|SSI|
|Supported Motor Types||DC Brushed|Rotary Brushless|Linear Brushless|Voice Coil|
|Motion Modes||Profile Position|Profile Speed|Profile Torque|Cyclic Sync Position|Cyclic Sync Velocity|Cyclic Sync Torque|Homing|
|Storage Temperature||ºC||125 to -50|
|Operating Temperature||ºC||-20 to 75|