Force, torque sensor system
The Network Force/Torque (Net F/T) sensor system measures six components of force and torque (Fx, Fy, Fz, Tx, Ty and Tz); provides an EtherNet/IP and CAN bus communication interface; and is compatible with standard Ethernet.
The Network Force/Torque (Net F/T) sensor system measures six components of force and torque (Fx, Fy, Fz, Tx, Ty and Tz); provides an EtherNet/IP and CAN bus communication interface; and is compatible with standard Ethernet. The ODVA-compliant Ethernet/IP interface and is powered by either Power over Ethernet or by an external 11-24 Vdc power supply. Features include multiple interfaces, LAN connectivity, high-speed output, programmable threshold, overload protection, high signal-to-noise ratio, Web-based configuration and built-in status indicators. The sensor system interface is sealed to IP65, and its transducer and cable can be sealed to IP68.
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