The Multi-Axis Force/Torque Sensor system measures the full six components of force and torque (Fx, Fy, Fz, Tx, Ty, Tz). The system consists of a transducer, shielded high-flex cable, an intelligent data acquisition system, and an Ethernet/DeviceNet interface or F/T controller.


Force/Torque sensors are used throughout industry for product testing, robotic assembly, grinding and polishing. In research, our sensors are used in robotic surgery, haptics, rehabilitation, neurology and many others applications.

Single-Axis OverloadFxy±280 lbf (±1,200 N)Fz±930 lbf  (±4,100 N)Txy±700 lbf-in  (±79 Nm)Tz±730 lbf-in  (±82 Nm)Stiffness (Calculated)X-axis & Y-axis forces (Kx, Ky)5.2 x 104 lb/in (9.1 x 106 N/m)Z-axis force (Kz)1.0 x 105 lb/in (1.8 x 107 N/m)X-axis & Y-axis torque (Ktx, Kty)9.3 x 104 lbf-in/rad (1.1 x 104 Nm/rad)  Z-axis torque (Ktz)1.4 x 105 lbf-in/rad (1.6 x 104 Nm/rad)Resonant FrequencyFx, Fy, Tz1,400 HzFz, Tx, Ty2,000 HzPhysical SpecificationsWeight0.562 lb. (0.255 kg)Diameter2.97 in. (75.4 mm)Height1.31 in. (33.3 mm)
  • Extremely high strength with low weight: Precision machined from high-strength aircraft aluminum. Maximum allowable overload values are 6.9 to 31.6 times rated capacities.
  • High signal-to-noise ratio: Silicon strain gages provide a signal 75 times stronger than conventional foil gages. This signal is amplified, resulting in near-zero noise distortion.
  • IP60, IP65, and IP68 Versions Available: An IP60 version is for use in dusty environments. The IP65 version of the transducer is protected against water spray. The IP68 version is submergible in freshwater to a depth of 32.8 ft (10 m).


  • Real-time force control
  • Robotic assembly
  • Haptics feedback
  • Automotive part testing
  • Prosthetic device testing