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InMotion wrist

The InMotion WRIST™ exoskeletal robot is capable of lifting even a severely impaired neurologic patient’s hand against gravity, overcoming most forms of hypertonicity. The InMotion WRIST™ exoskeletal robot accommodates the range of motion of a normal wrist in everyday tasks.

Key features:
  • Pronation/Supination 70º/70º
  • Abduction/Adduction 30º/45º
  • Flexion/Extension 60º/60º
  • Adjustable-height robot and workstation
Possible applications:
  • Human-Robot Interaction
  • Haptics
  • Rehabilitation
  • Wearable sensors

Technical specifications

Range of motion:Abduction / Adduction: > 70°; Flexion / Extension: > 35° / > 35°; Pronation / Supination: > 35° / > 35°
Max torque:AAFE: > 1.9 Nm; PS: > 2.5 Nm
Static friction:AAFE: < 0.2 Nm; PS: < 0.4 Nm
Weight:57 kg
Power supply:100?—?230 V AC, 50/60 Hz, automatic. <900 VA IEC 60320 C14 connector
Angle sensitivity:AAFE: < 50 microradians; PS: < 25 microradians

Access information

Corresponding infrastructureSchool of Advanced Studies Sant'Anna
The BioRobotics Institute

Viale Rinaldo Piaggio, 34
56025 Pontedera PI, Italy

Unit of accessWorking day


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