FT 300 Force Torque Sensor

  • Enables force-sensitive applications with Universal Robots
  • Plug + Play installation and configuration
  • Easy to control and program
  • No maintenance required

Applications
Features
Testimonials
Specifications

Applications

The FT 300 can accomplish many different force-sensitive tasks with a fast time-to-production.

Insertion

Quality Testing

Assembly

FT 300 features

  • Built for compatibility with Universal Robots 
  • Simple to install using free downloadable software
  • Takes precise, repeatable, and high-resolution measurements
  • Stiff metal composition ensures high accuracy

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Easy to integrate, easy to use

You don’t need a background in robotics to use the FT 300 Force Torque Sensor. Install and program your robot in just a few minutes with our Plug + Play Force Control software.

“Programming a robot movement that must follow a volume in space is a complicated thing to do. We were able to do it with the path recording function of the FT 300.” - Nicolas Bouhet, HMi-MBS

See how the FT 300 Force Torque Sensor helped Saint-Gobain reduce injuries and increase productivity.

Teach your robot in seconds

Speed up your programming of complex robot trajectories, and get more time to focus on production.

Perform high-precision assembly tasks

Simply use our free, ready-to-go software programs to perform many force-insertion tasks.

Enable new applications with gripping and vision

Add these capabilities so your robot can locate the right part with the Wrist Camera, and insert it correctly with the FT 300 Force Torque Sensor and 2-Finger Adaptive Robot Gripper.

Specifications

Force Torque Sensor
Main Specifications
Measuring range
Force range
Fx, Fy, Fz
± 300 N
Moment range
Mx, My, Mz
± 30 N-m
Signal noise*
Sensor signal noise
Recommended minimum threshold for contact in robot static state
Force in X, Y, Z
0.1 N
1 N
Moment in X, Y
0.005 N·m
0.02 N·m
Moment in Z
0.003 N·m
0.01 N·m
External noise sensitivity
All axes
Immune
Data output rate
100 Hz
Temperature compensation
15°C to 35°C
Weight
300 g
Recommended minimum threshold for contact during robot quasi-static motion
For threshold during quasi-static motion, ask your integration coach at support@robotiq.com
* Signal noise is the standard deviation of the signal measured over a period of one (1) second.

Measuring range

Force range
Fx, Fy, Fz:
± 300 N
Moment range
Mx, My, Mz:
± 30 N-m

Signal noise*

Force in X, Y, Z:
0.1 N / 1 N
Force in Z:
0.1 N / 1 N
Moment in X, Y:
0.005 N·m / 0.02 N·m
Moment in Z:
0.003 N·m / 0.01 N·m
* Signal noise is the standard deviation of the signal measured over a period of one (1) second.

External noise sensitivity

All axes
Immune

Data output rate

100 Hz

Temperature compensation

15°C to 35°C

Weight

300 g

Recommended minimum threshold for contact during robot quasi-static motion

For threshold during quasi-static motion, ask your integration coach at support@robotiq.com

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