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QHow many DOF does The Dexterous Hand has?
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Six degrees of freedom, one of each finger, two of thumb, 12 joints totally.

QWhat is the maximum output grip force of The Dexterous Hand?
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The grip force output of each fingertip is 10N (1kg).

QWhat is the maximum weight can The Dexterous Hand grab?
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Able to grab objects weighing 2-3 kg. According to the shape of the object and roughness, the actual grasping weight will have certain error.

QWhat is the communication interface of The Dexterous Hand?
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RS232, RS485 or CAN.

QWhat is required power input of The Dexterous Hand?
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8V, 5A

QIs the force feedback available?
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The Dexterous Hand has six pressure sensors on a single hand, at the end of each linear servo actuator, that feedback the dexterous hand’s real-time grip force.

QWhat programming software for The Dexterous Hand?
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Support all devices with RS232\RS485\CAN bus, provide PC-side debugging software and development routines (windows system), and also provide ROS (a robot operating system) plug-in. If used with collaborative robots, such as AUBO's collaborative robots, a plug-in for the robotic arm teach pendant can also be provided, which can be directly controlled by the robotic arm teach pendant.

QWhat is the weight of The Dexterous Hand?
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A single hand is about 500g.

QWhat are the applications of The Dexterous Hand?
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Service robots -- welcome guests, serve drinks, unmanned retail.

Medical prosthetics---Applied to patients with hand disabilities, combined with myoelectric sensors, it can complete some basic operations in daily life, so that amputees can restore part of their ability to take care of themselves and work.

QWhat does user use to control movement of The Dexterous Hand when it is applied to a prosthetic
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When used for prosthetics, the signal on the surface of the human muscle is collected by the EMG sensor (the brain nerve innervates the muscle movement of the residual limb to generate the EMG signal), and the controller translates (pattern recognition) the EMG signal into different gesture commands, which generally requires training process.