5-finger servo-electric gripping hand
The ready for series production version of the anthropomorphic SCHUNK 5-finger hand grips nearly as perfectly as the human hand. Due to the moving parts with a total of nine drives, various gripping operations can be executed with high sensitivity. Elastic gripping surfaces ensure a reliable grip on objects. The electronics are completely integrated in the wrist.
Advantages – Your benefits
- Suited for mobile application fields
by low energy consumption at 24 V DC
- Extremely compact design
due to integration of the complete control, regulator and power electronics in wrist
- Defined interfaces
for easy connection with market-standard industrial and lightweight robots
Options and special information
- Left and right versions
According to its model, the human hand, the SVH is available in a left and right version. This allows activities that a human performs with both hands to be replicated within technical limits.
- Connection of the hand
The hand has a bottom-sided connection to the change system FWK. An FWK is essential for operation. Communication and voltage supply are transmitted via spring-loaded pins.
- Control via ROS driver
For the SVH, drivers are available online for ROS1 and ROS2. This includes a short manual for controlling the SVH via Raspberry Pi.