|Size:||920x400x580mm, based on the 95th percentile male|
|Power supply:||Power consumption of the hydraulic power unit 400W|
Electrohydraulic (20Nm at 30 Bar) and pneumatic
Force sensors for human Force Feedback points, Pressure sensors for Joint torque
|Sensors of Hydraulic power unit:||
Flow, System pressure, Oil temperature
|Proportional valve control:||
Inductice linear position sensor
Optical encoder with 2880 CPR and Index, Magnetistrictive linear position sensor
|Team:||Team IV - Robot Control|
Assistance- and Rehabilitation Systems
Virtual Immersion for holistic feedback control of semi-autonomous robots (01.2008- 12.2010)
Exoskeleton Passive (VI-Bot)
Upper body exoskeleton (right arm) for motion capturing
Signal Processing and Classification Environment written in PythonreSPACE
Reconfigurable Signal Processing and Classification Environment
The active Exoskeleton is a human interface for motion capturing and force interaction.The System is fixed at four points to the human body and can interact with the user at the upper shoulder, upper arm and forearm.
The four human fixing points are connected via a kinematic structure with nine degrees of freedom. Six of these joints are hydraulically actuated and one is pneumatically actuated. The combination of hydraulic- and pneumatic actuation offers the possibility to adapt the system stiffness to different motor skills of the user.
The hydraulic actuation is performed with vane actuators which are controlled via a proportional valve to regulate flow and pressure.The force interaction is measured with force sensors in the human fixing points and pressure sensors in the hydraulic circuit. The Exoskeleton is backdriveable and can also used in a free running mode.