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The TakkFast is an interface which makes it possible to transfer data from I2C to USB at high speeds. For example, sampling sensors from a single TakkStrip at 100Hz. The interface is using a Python API or ROS driver under Linux.


TakkFast comes with 5 solder terminals that fit 2x2 0.1" headers. All are connected to the same I2C net (strips can also be daisy-chained) and a TakkFast can host up to eight TakkStrips.

Ships within one week.

The setup tutorial can be accessed here.




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We take pride in producing useful technology; since this is research hardware, the purchaser is responsible to test its suitability and reliability for a given application. In legalese, it is provided “as is” and RightHand Robotics, Inc. disclaims any express or implied warranties, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. But, if you are dissatisfied with it, please let us know and we will try to help. Defective products may be returned for a full, timely refund of the original purchase price.

Five sensors cast independently, plus a "traffic cop" microcontroller that allows access to all five over I2C.
TakkStrip 2
Six sensors; three cast independently and three cast as an array. Plus a "traffic cop" microcontroller that allows access to all six over I2C.
A high-speed USB interface for TakkStrips that speaks to Linux — ROS-compatible!
One TakkStrip and one TakkStrip 2 cast in rubber, an interface arduino, and wires — everything you need to get started.​
Tactile sensors that were designed for the fingertips of the Robotiq Adaptive Gripper.​
To access:
  • Sensor design plans
  • Tutorials to enable I2C communication
  • Tutorials for using visualization tools
  • Tutorials for integration with ROS, Raspbery Pi, etc.
  • etc.

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