Robotic Finger Sensor Gives Your Robots Sense of Touch

Meet the Robotic Finger Sensor: a handy solution for giving robots the sense of touch. That means you can build robots that won’t break things while handling objects. The RFS relies on infrared distance sensing and data filtering to detect light touches. It has a silicon covering for increased grip.

The RFS requires 3.3v to work. It comes with a 8″ 4-pin cable.

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