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Robotic Leg Rehabilitation Device


The loss of the ability to walk is undeniably devastating to an individual. Gait training and rehabilitation is not a modern concept, but with modern technology, engineers and researchers are working to develop exoskeletons to help rehabilitate a patient at a more accelerated rate. Critical line tension force measurements are collected during the development of motor-assisted exoskeletons to ensure that adequate assistance is provided at different stages of treatment.


How it Works :

  1. The LSB200 Jr. Miniature S-Beam Load Cell is mounted inline of the tension wire.

  2. The LSB200 load cell will measure tension forces while patient’s legs while walking/moving.

  3. Measurement feedback collected from the LSB200 can be used to diagnose the current status of the patient and track future improvements.

  4. These measurements can be streamed from the USB220 up to 4,800 samples per second to a PC for data capture and analysis.

  5. Or the the load cell outputs can be amplified to a PLC with the IAA Series analog amplifiers.