Underwater force/torque sensor

  • 19-Jun-2008 09:23 EDT
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The IP68 Underwater DAQ Sensor from ATI Industrial Automation is a force/torque sensor for use in underwater (freshwater) environments to a maximum depth of 10 m (328 ft). The sensors are used in naval research and other marine applications. They incorporate nitrile and silicone O-rings to assure that no water enters the units. They come in five models.

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