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  • K-58
    msrp $2500
    + -
  • K-75+
    msrp $5200
    + -

Features

  • Plug and Play
  • Easy mechanical integration
  • Torque, position, current, temperature and acceleration sensors
  • Torque, position or velocity control
  • Unlimited joint rotations
  • Carbon fiber structure
  • Two expansion lines
  • Windows/Linux Kinova SDK and ROS enabled
  • Weight 0,357kg
  • Diameter 58mm
  • Nominal Torque
    3,6Nm
  • Peak Torque
    6,8Nm

Features

  • Plug and Play
  • Easy mechanical integration
  • Torque, position, current, temperature and acceleration sensors
  • Torque, position or velocity control
  • Unlimited joint rotations
  • Carbon fiber structure
  • Two expansion lines
  • Windows/Linux Kinova SDK and ROS enabled
  • Weight 0,570kg
  • Diameter 74,5mm
  • Nominal Torque
    12,0Nm
  • Peak Torque
    30,5Nm
  • KG-3
    msrp $4950
    + -
  • KG-2
    msrp $3500
    + -

Features

  • Underactuated
  • Flexible fingers
  • Adapt to shape and size
  • Easy mechanical integration
  • Current sensors and limitation
  • Weight
    0,73 kg
  • Gripping force
    40 N
  • Opening
    175 mm
  • Closing speed
    145 mm/s

Features

  • Underactuated
  • Flexible fingers
  • Adapt to shape and size
  • Easy mechanical integration
  • Current sensors and limitation
  • Weight
    0,56 kg
  • Gripping force
    25 N
  • Opening
    175 mm
  • Closing speed
    145 mm/s

Included

  • Included USB Cable
  • Included Power supply unit (PSU)
  • Included Battery power cord
  • Included Power cord
  • Obligatory
    msrp$2600
    Controller kit
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USB Cable

1,8 m black USB cable to connect the controller to your computer to use Kinova SDK.

Power supply unit (PSU)

  • Medical power supply
  • Input: 100-240 V~, 50-60 Hz, 2.0 A
  • Output: +24 V, 4.2 A

Battery power cord

1,8 m cable to connect the controller to an external 24 V power source. The pinout of the cable can be downloaded here.

Power cord

2,5 m black power cable to connect the PSU to a standard power outlet (US, EUR, UK or AUS)

Controller kit

For more details. visit the Controller product page.
  • Kinova SDKIncluded

Software

  • Compatible with Windows (7, 8) and Linux Ubuntu (14.04 & 16.04)
  • ROS package available
  • C++ APIs accessible via controller’s USB port
  • Settings, tools, resources and examples all easily accessible in the Kinova Development Center

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