ATI Industrial Automation Multi Axis Force Sensors Catalog

The catalog contains things such as resolution, the effective resolution, power supply, applications, and sensors. In the catalog the reader can read information related to transducer manual, ranges, force, calibrations, and interface.

Many things like specifications, noise distortion, sensing ranges, product specifications, and transducers are described in the catalog. The following are selected from this catalog:

Multi-Axis Force/Torque Sensor F/T F / T SENSOR Product Description Product Advantages The Force/Torque (F/T) sensor system measures the full six components of force and torque (Fx, Fy, Fz, Tx, Ty, Tz) using a monolithic instrumented transducer. The F/T transducer uses silicon strain gages for excellent noise immunity. The use of silicon gages allows the F/T transducer to have high stiffness and increased overload protection. All transducer models are available with Net F/T, DAQ F/T, or Controller F/T interfaces. Overload Protection: The F/T transducer is extremely rugged and durable. The transducer’s factor-of-safety can be as high as forty times, depending on model and calibration. The Net F/T provides EtherNet/IP™, DeviceNet, and CAN bus communication interfaces and is compatible with standard Ethernet. Additional fieldbus interfaces, such as PROFINET, are available as an option. High-Speed Output: F/T systems are available with updated rates as high as 28.5kHz. This speed exceeds requirements of most robotic and data collection applications. The DAQ F/T connects the transducer to your computer bus (PCI, USB, PC Card, etc.) using an analog Data Acquisition (DAQ) card, making it easy to read sensor data with your PC or robot controller.

In addition, this catalog explains more things like sensing reference, signal, transducer, and resonant frequency.

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