This Robot Gripper with 2 x Robot Servos is used for the EMG-Controlled Robotic Arm created with BSL PRO Lesson Set H40 (10 labs).
The two Servo motors are used in tandem to perform “twist” and “grasp” movements to manipulate objects with the gripper.
The potentiometer is used to to optimize robotic control for each student’s unique EMG output. The potentiometer is easily accessed since the circuit board is separate from the motor.
The servos can control the gripper to open to 3.3 cm (1.3″) from closed and can rotate the gripper approximately 180 degrees. A Phillips screwdriver is required for assembly. It also includes two clamp cushions that adhere to the inner sides of the gripper.
Both motors use Pulse Width Control.
The output shaft is supported on the bottom and top with bronze bushings and the potentiometer is indirect drive.
BSL-GRIPKIT is included in BSLBME-ROBOT-HW, BSLBME-ROBOT-TA, and BSL-BME-ARM-TA.
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