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QMA142

Low Profile & Light Weight 6 Axis Sensor w/ Overload Protection

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Item Number
Load Capacity
Torque Capacity
Mounting Type
Inner Diameter In Inches
Length In Inches
Height In Inches
Width In Inches
Outer Diameter In Inches
# Of Axis
Output Type
Connection Type
Material
Mechanical Overload Protection
Thread Size
Weight In Lb
Cable Length
# Of Bridges/channels
Rohs
Custom Special
3.3721 lb
8.8507 in-lb
Flange
0.375
1.969
0.426
1.969
1.969
6
mV/V
Cable
2024-T4
Yes
M3x0.5
0.088
2 in
1
Yes
Y

QMA142 Custom 6 Axis SensorCustom 6 DOF Multi-Axis Force-Torque Sensor,  Ch Fx/Fy/Fz: 15 N;  Ch Mx/My/Mz: 1 N-m, Dimensions: 1.96 in. OD x 0.375 in. ID x 0.4 in. H ,  Overload Protection, Material - Aluminum 2024-T4 ,  Cable - 15 Pin FFC , 0.5mm Pitch , 2 in. Long

A Multi-Axis Sensor is a force-torque transducer that measures up to 6 different forces (Fx, Fy, Fz) and torque (Mx, My, Mz), in 3 spatial directions and converts it into an electrical output signal. Multi-Axis Sensors are also known as Multi-component transducers or force-torque sensors (6 axis force sensor, 6 axis sensor, 6 axis force/torque sensor). Multi-Axis Force Sensors manufactured in the US by FUTEK utilizing Metal foil strain gauge technology.


A Multi-Component Sensor (also commonly known as force-torque sensor or multi-component load cell) designed to measure in all spatial directions: forces in tension and compression (±Fx, ±Fy, and ±Fz) as well as torques or moments in clockwise and counterclockwise (±Mx, ±My or ±Mz).


These special force-torque sensors are equipped with multiple strain gage bridges that accurately measure the forces and torques applied in one direction with little or no cross-talk interference from force or moments applied in other directions.


In applications where multiple force and torque vectors must be measured simultaneously in x, y and z-directions, multi axis sensors are the preferable choices. Due to its compact design, multicomponent transducers save up a lot of space in the assembly and installation work time when compared to the alternate solution of installing multiple single axis load cells and/or torque sensors.








6 multi axis sensor QMA142
6 multi axis sensor QMA142
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