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What is SensONE?

The SensONE 6-axis force torque sensor is an advanced and versatile solution for a wide range of collaborative robots. Its unique all-in-one design includes the ISO 9409-1-50-4-M6 mounting flange on both sides, as well as integrated signal processing electronics and a 6 DoF IMU, making it a ready-to-fit and plug-and-play device. The compact and lightweight structure ensures that robots can use their full payload capacity for end-of-arm tooling, and the robust and stiff structure provides high sensitivity and reliability, ideal for demanding applications such as sanding, polishing, deburring, precision assembly, and product testing.

The SensONE sensor comes with complete installation kits for various collaborative robots, including Universal Robots, Kinova Gen3, and Franka Emika, among others, making it easy to integrate with these platforms.

Various features and benefits include:

• All-in-one design with integrated signal processing electronics and a 6 DoF IMU

• ISO 9409-1-50-4-M6 mounting flange on both sides

• Lightweight and compact construction

• Three mounting flanges for 3D cameras and tools

• Measures on six axes

• Power supply range of 7-48V (5V for serial/USB)

• Overload protection and CE compatibility

• Dustproof and water-resistant design

• Open-source software compatibility with ROS, LabVIEW, and MATLAB®

• 6 DoF IMU with EtherCAT communication.

What applications is SensONE product best for?

Polishing and Grinding:
The SensONE enables faster and more efficient work processes, reducing the wear on abrasive disks, and lowering the risks of injuries for workers. It also ensures consistent and controlled force application, resulting in higher quality production.


The SensONE ensures controlled insertion, high tolerance assembly, and quality control, resulting in increased productivity. In product testing, it provides improved quality control and increased efficiency.

Rehabilitation with Robotic Systems:

The SensONE offers refined haptic interaction between patients, therapists, and robots, while ensuring consistent and controlled rehabilitation, with quantifiable tracking of patient progress. Accurate diagnostic reports and lower costs for physiotherapy are added benefits.

Robotic assisted surgery:

The SensONE reduces medical risks, provides a sense of security for both patients and surgeons, results in less post-surgery scars, shorter recovery times, and lower costs per operation.

What are the specifications of SensONE?

Product mass 0.22 kg

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  • 2022
I work as a postdoctoral research fellow in orthopaedic engineering. I have built a custom rig that I was then looking for a multi-axial load cell that was affordable and that was easy to use. A fellow researcher in robotics recommended that I get in touch with BOTA Systems, a robotics company that also focuses on force sensing applications. I was immediately contacted by a BOTA representative, who promptly briefed me on a great range of load cells. They also met with me multiple times to help integrate the BOTA Medusa multi-axial load cell with my rig and existing code, custom design all required accessories. I was incredibly impressed with the "ease of use" of the highly integrated product, accessories, software and customer support, the incredible value for money and would highly recommend BOTA Systems force sensors and the team.

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  • 2021
I used this sensor in a custom-built testbed for measuring wheel-soil interaction forces.
The sensor was easy to mount and use, and support from the team was excellent when I had software issues. It was easy to use the sensor with ROS, and the data quality was very good.
The sensor takes 30-45 minutes to warm up to a steady temperature, and force measurements drift with temp, so you have to turn on the machine well in advance of data collection. The cable that came with our sensor was also fragile and needed to have strain relief added.

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