Prenislia Robotic Hand and Arm 

Prensilia designs, customizes and manufactures advanced anthropomorphic under-actuated robotic hands endowed with embedded actuation, sensory and control systems, that can be exploited in research as advanced hand prostheses, end-effectors for humanoid robots, for rehabilitation and/or neuroscientific experiments; in general, in all research fields where it is important to have an artificial hand that behaves as a natural one.

IH2 Robotic Hands (Self-contained)

Intrinsic robotic hands with all functional components (up to 5 motors, up to 10 force/tension sensors and the controller) integrated in the palm and in the underactuated, self-adaptive fingers. Light weight: 640 grams! Able to grasp and sense objects. Simple communication interface (RS232). Standard prosthetic wrist attachments available.

Key Features 

Light weight: 640 grams! 
Compliant grasps 
Thumb ab/adduction
 
Applications 

The compact size of these hands allows using them in research, evaluation and clinical experience with humans in real daily living environment on Neural-Machine interfaces (either invasive or non-invasive) and control (EMG, ENG, EEG, sensory feedback systems, etc). Not
only! Due to their light weight and anthropomorphism they are suitable as robotic end-effectors on limited pay-load robotic arms.

Tech specs & Resources

Total DoA5
Total DoF11
InterfaceRS232/USB
Power supply8V@5A peak
Weight640 g
Grasp payload4 kg
Full finger's flexion speed~1 s
            

EH1 Robotic Forearms:

Dexterous robot hands with embedded sensorization are available as

open-platforms for research. Five compliant fingers are independently driven by electrical motors, by means of tendon transmission. The thumb ab/adduction actuator is placed within the palm, whereas the fingers flexion/extension motors may be hosted either into a mechanical platform (for portable systems, see picture on the left - standard setup) or onto specific braces to be secured around robot arms (see picture below), based on customer needs. 

Current sensors and position sensors are available for bi-directionally interfacing the hand with the robot. Motorized wrist and other degrees of freedom available on request. These hands, host an embedded controller and operate through a simple communication interface (RS232).

Applications Research in: rehabilitation, humanoid robotics, assistive
robotics, neural-machine interfaces and control, sensory substitution systems, neuroscience, etc...

Key Features 
Limited weight: 1420 grams! 
Compliant grasps. 
Independent fingers. 
Thumb ab/adduction.

Tech specs & Resources

Total DoA6
Total DoF11
InterfaceRS232/USB
Power Supply8V@7A peak
Weight1420 g
Grasp payload 5 kg
Full finger's flexion speed~1 s