JR3

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JR3Joint Resolution 3
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JR3 Universal Force Sensor Measurements under Pure External Rotation.
Table 7 shows the strain during impingement, impingement force, range of JR3 UFS net force, and moment measurements at flexion angles where impingement was measured.
[6] JR3 Inc., "12 DOF sensors with acceleration compensation," http://jr3.com/products/12dof_overview.html.
Pennsylvania, US-based technology solutions for schools Harris School Solutions (HSS) has acquired Texas, US-based school hybrid software provider JR3 WebSmart, LLC, to add to separate rosters of SIS software and enterprise resource planners, the company said.
If the indicator changes color after a test, the sensor is shut down and sent back to JR3 for repair and recalibration.
14 August 2017 - Pennsylvania, US-based technology solutions for schools Harris School Solutions (HSS) has acquired Texas, US-based school hybrid software provider JR3 WebSmart, LLC, to add to separate rosters of SIS software and enterprise resource planners, the company said.
For sensing forces, a JR3 6 DOF sensor of type 50M31A is used.
To this aim, commercial sensors were used (50M31A-I25 for the foot and 90M40A-I50 for the great toe, JR3 Inc; Woodland, California).
The [ACT.sup.3D] system is instrumented with potentiometers to track the position of the gimbal and with a 6 DOF load cell (Model 45E15A4-I63, JR3 Inc; Woodland, California) to allow haptic interaction.
The entire tibial attachment mechanism was driven by a servomotor (Kollmorgen, Danaher Motion; Wood Dale, Illinois), and a 6-axis force sensor (JR3 Inc; Woodland, California) was used to measure the forces and moments exerted on the tibia throughout flexion-extension.
The system consists of a CRS-255 robotic manipulator (CRS Plus, Burlington, Ontario, Canada) capable of 5-DOF movement, a 6-DOF force transducer (JR3, Inc, Woodland, California) sampled at 100 Hz, and 3-D pose sensors capable of measuring location and orientation (Patriot[TM], Polhemus, Colchester, Vermont) sampled at 60 Hz.
Two 6-axis force-torque sensors (JR3 Inc, Woodland, California), which also contain 6 axes of accelerometers, are attached to a customized, lightweight orthosis.