Motion-control products - Exlar Corp.

Oct. 20, 2009
The 2010 Product Catalog and Engineering Guide covers seven product families for linear and motion-control applications, including integrated actuator and motor designs, explosionproof designs, force-tube actuators, servomotors, and gearmotors.
The 2010 Product Catalog and Engineering Guide covers seven product families for linear and motion-control applications, including integrated actuator and motor designs, explosionproof designs, force-tube actuators, servomotors, and gearmotors.The guide covers advanced roller-screw and stator technology as applied to linear and rotary actuators—with drawings, performance graphs, and complete specifications. An easy-to-reference engineering section includes definitions and equations for determining move-profile, velocity and acceleration, force, thrust, motor velocity, and torque. A table of factors for converting units of rotary inertia and torque and material densities between English and metric units is also included.Exlar Corp., 1470 Lake Dr. W, Chanhassen, MN 55317, (952) 368-3434, www.exlar.com

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