New Product: Electric Linear Actuator

July 10, 2008
The LA35 electric linear actuator features over 1,300-lb (6,000-N) force in push, high-ingress protection IP66 (dynamic)/IP69K (static), and corrosion-resistant materials.

Electronics for the LA35 are mounted inside the actuator, simplifying its design and reducing installation time. Benefits of internal mounting include elimination of external potentiometers and the need for power switching (H-bridge). Currentsensing features improve safety by interrupting power to the motor in the event of a blockage.

Additional features include 12 or 24-Vdc motor options; built-in limit switches at end of stroke; noncontact potentiometer for position reliability; and an optional potential-free signal switch at end of stroke.

Linak U.S. Inc.
2200 Stanley Gault Pkwy.
Louisville, KY 40223
(502) 253-5595

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