New Products: Rod-Style Linear Actuator

June 2, 2009
The ICR Basic rod-style linear actuator combines a powerful servomotor with a rugged ball screw housed in an aluminum extrusion.

The ICR Basic rod-style linear actuator combines a powerful servomotor with a rugged ball screw housed in an aluminum extrusion.

The actuator requires only a dc power source and motion inputs from the host PLC, so it can be used as a direct replacement for pneumatic and hydraulic cylinders. Force and speed control are fully adjustable via potentiometers using a standard screwdriver.

Features of the actuator include 24 or 48-Vdc operation; extend and retract movements triggered by digital signal inputs from the host PLC; and 24-in. maximum stroke length. Two screws can be selected providing up 80-lb continuous force for speeds up to 23 ips, or up to 200-lb continuous force for speeds up to 9 ips.

Tolomatic
3800 County Rd. 116
Hamel, MN 55340
(800) 328-2174
www.tolomatic.com

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