12V Heavy Duty Electric Actuator 50mm 100mm 150mm 200mm Stroke
- Linear Drive Electric Motor Linear Motor Controller 100/200/300/500/700/1000N
What is a Heavy Duty Electric Linear Actuator?
A heavy-duty electric linear actuator is a device that converts electrical energy into linear mechanical motion. It consists of a motor, a lead screw or a belt and pulley system, and a carriage or output rod. When the motor is activated, it rotates the lead screw or drives the belt and pulley system, which causes the carriage or output rod to move along a linear path.
Heavy-duty electric linear actuators are designed to handle higher loads and forces than standard actuators. They are often used in industrial, commercial, and military applications where precise and reliable linear motion is required. They can be used to move or position heavy objects, such as doors, gates, valves, and machinery. They can also be used to control the movement of robots and other automated systems.
Heavy-duty electric linear actuators are available in a range of sizes and configurations, and they can be customized to meet specific application requirements. They can be powered by AC or DC motors, and they can be controlled using various types of controllers, including PLCs, motion controllers, and programmable logic controllers.
Linear actuators are widely used in consumer products to provide precise and reliable linear motion.
Some common consumer products that use linear actuators include:
- Automatic doors and gates: Linear actuators are used to open and close automatic doors and gates in homes, buildings, and parking garages.
- Home appliances: Linear actuators are used in home appliances such as washing machines, dryers, and dishwashers to control the movement of parts and components.
- Medical devices: Linear actuators are used in medical devices such as hospital beds, patient lifts, and examination tables to adjust the position of the device or the patient.
- Office equipment: Linear actuators are used in office equipment such as printers, copiers, and scanners to control the movement of paper and other materials.
- Recreational vehicles: Linear actuators are used in recreational vehicles such as boats, RVs, and ATVs to control the movement of doors, hatches, and other parts.
- Furniture: Linear actuators are used in furniture such as recliners, sofas, and beds to adjust the position of the furniture.
- Consumer electronics: Linear actuators are used in consumer electronics such as television stands, computer monitors, and gaming systems to adjust the position of the device.
- Automotive: Linear actuators are used in automobiles to control the movement of parts and components, such as sunroofs, trunk lids, and hoods.
1. Input Voltage: 12V DC
2. Rated power: 20W, maximum 30W.
3. Material: Aluminum alloy
4. Ambient temperature -20°C to +75°C.
5. Standard protection class: IP54.
6. Low noise design, noise level less than 42dB.
1. Limit Switch: The telescopic rod will automatically stop when it reaches the top/bottom. Make sure the motor will not burn empty.
2. Stop Anywhere: stop at any position, with machine lock, safe and secure..
3. Metal gears: powder alchemy technology, pure metal gears, double strength and toughness.
4. Aluminum Alloy Material: The surface has undergone 27 polishing processes, and the structure design is tight.
5. Low Resistance More Power-Saving: the wire uses oxygen-free pure copper as the conductor, low resistance, durable and safe to use.
What is the typical strength unit?
The strength of a linear actuator is typically measured in terms of force, which is defined as the amount of push or pull exerted on an object. The unit of force is the newton (N), which is defined as the force required to accelerate a mass of one kilogram at a rate of one meter per second squared.
Other units that are commonly used to measure the strength of a linear actuator include pounds-force (lbf), which is a unit of force used in the imperial system of measurement, and kilogram-force (kgf), which is a unit of force used in the metric system of measurement.
The strength of a linear actuator is determined by its maximum load capacity, which is the maximum amount of force that it can exert without breaking or malfunctioning. The load capacity of a linear actuator is typically specified in newtons or pounds-force. It is important to select a linear actuator with a load capacity that is sufficient for the intended application.
- 50mm(2inch), 100mm(4inch), 150mm(6inch), 200mm(8inch), 250mm(10inch), 300mm(12inch)，
Force And Speed：
The power of the putter is related to speed. The faster the speed, the smaller the power, and the slower the speed, the greater the power.
100N≈10kg 150N≈15kg 180N≈18kg
200N≈20kg 230N≈23kg 250N≈25kg
300N≈30kg 500N≈50kg 700N≈70kg
50mm(2inch) Stroke Length:
Fully retracted Length：155mm
Fully extended Length：205mm
100mm(4inch) Stroke Length:
Fully retracted Length：205mm
Fully extended Length：305mm
150mm(6inch) Stroke Length:
Fully retracted Length：255mm
Fully extended Length：405mm
200mm(8inch) Stroke Length:
Fully retracted Length：305mm
Fully extended Length：505mm
250mm(10inch) Stroke Length:
Fully retracted Length：355mm
Fully extended Length：605mm
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