Sensors • Multi-Axis Sensors

Multi-Axis transducers are available in many different types including stick/gear shift knob load cells, bi-axial load arms, torque/thrust, tri-axial load cells, moment load cells and more.

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  • ATI Industrial Automation

    ATI offers six-axis force/torque sensors for measuring all six components of force/torque. The system consists of a transducer, high-flex cable, data measurement system, ethernet/DeviceNet interface or F/T controller. Practical applications include robotic assembly, Q/A, grinding/polishing and rehabilitation.

  • Futek Advanced Sensor Technology Inc

    Futek has a variety of multi-axis sensors, including stick/gear shift knob load cells, bi-axial load arms, torque/thrust, tri-axial load cells, low profile thrust and moment load cells. Sensor load capacity spans 10 to 25,000 lbs. and p to 10,000 in./lbs. Practical applications include automotive, military/aerospace and medical systems.

  • Sensor Developments, Inc.

    Sensor Developments featres a multi-axis wheel force sensor to measure dynamic forces in tandem with the vehicle coordinate/GPS system. The system features high level analog outputs for each force/moment, high sample rate, all six forces are measured real-time without post-processing and digital transmission/processing of signal data. All sensors are force overload protected up to 150%.

  • Interface, Inc.

    Interface is a manufacturer of multi-axis transducers in many designs, combinations and load cells for a multitude of force measuring applications. The 1214 axial torsion measures load and torque, extraneous load resistance with minimal crosstalk,  125 through 1,000 lbs./ft. The TXY two-axis loac cell measures x/y force with a linearity of 0.1% and measures between 1,000 and 2,000 lbs./ft. and is available in three-axis models.

  • PCB Piezotronics, Inc.

    PCB Piezotronics has the PCB 5400 multi-axis wheel force transducer, for automotive road load data measurement. The one-piece sensor is up to eight times faster than other transducers, and has a max operating temperature of 302F. The PCB 5400 is adaptable for military-spec, European and  American wheels, with 150% simultaneous overload in all axes.