Seed Robotics in close collaboration with ROBOTIS develop robotic gripper in different designs and dimensions. The very efficient Cortex M4 Microprocessor allows it to fit all the required hardware in a very small space wich leds to more usuable space for mechanical components. The efficient use of space led to the RH8D having a force that is 3 times higher then the forc of the RH7D, in addition to that the RH8D also has 19 degrees of freedom making the RH8D a robotic arm that has never been seen before.
The RH8D is armed with 19DOF (degrees of freedom) and is therefore able to grab a variety of objects. Several servos enable the rotation of the wrist aswell as grabing objects.
Seed Robotics develop gripper that can be used in realistic scenarios and therefore have high demands regarding both hardware and software. Therefore almost every plastic component of the RH8D is made out of kevlar respectively hybrid metal-polymer to provide a high reliability and a low abrasion.
- Degrees of freedom: 19
- Payload (3D Space): 750g
- Payload (vertical pull): 2.5kg
- Weight: 620g
- Hardware components: SMicro Actuator & Cortex M0
- Input voltage: 9-24V DC