Posted on December 22, 2010 - ( views)
Available in 14, 18, 25 and 31 mm stroke lengths, the 19000 series captive linear actuators with a 20 mm body diameter from Haydon Kerk Motion Solutions are designed for applications such as micro-fluidic dispensing, electronic throttle control, fine adjustment control for optics, antenna movement, scanning devices, and other applications requiring linear motion in tight spaces. With a linear force of up to 50 N, they outperform similar sized units available in the marketplace today. The compact rotary-to-linear motion device comes with a built in anti-rotation mechanism, allowing the engineer the flexibility to design a precision linear motion system with the fewest components possible. Technical enhancements compared with the typical can-stack motor found in the marketplace includes optimized stator tooth geometry, high energy neodymium magnets, custom engineered polymers, and larger ball bearings.
Edited by: Teoman Tugsuz
57, Rue Des Vignerons
Designed for miniature mechatronic systems
To position heavy loads
Specifically for high moment loads
For high-end motion control applications
Includes stepper motor linear actuator
Saves space in multi-axis stepper applications
Up to 64 mm stroke length
Programmed using on-screen buttons
Includes a 180° folded-over motorized design
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