Optoelectric torque sensors for faster production

Optoelectric torque sensors are designed for faster production and more effective human-machine collaboration.
By KONUX August 13, 2015

Optoelectric torque sensors for faster production and more effective human machine-collaboration. Courtesy: KONUXA new range of optoelectric sensors are designed to provide faster production in the field of collaborative robots. These torque sensors ensure safer and more effective human machine- collaboration. The torque sensors have less than 1 microvolt of noise even in the low torque range. They are suitable for use in real time class 3 control processes due to their two-digit microsecond response time. The sensors can intelligently self-calibrate and measure with an accuracy up to .01 percent. The sensors are able to function in extreme conditions and can be applied to other mechanical and geometric measures, including pressure, angle, and force.

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