Linear actuator

May 10, 2012
The Green Drive linear direct-drive actuator is suited to industrial applications requiring high force, accuracy, and precision

The Green Drive linear direct-drive actuator is suited to industrial applications requiring high force, accuracy, and precision.

Features of the actuator include acceleration (peak) force of up to 600 N for 40 sec; stroke lengths between 10 and 1,540 mm; cooling systems that increase rated force up to 20%; rated force between 13 and 150 N; ±0.05-mm position repeatability; T-slots for easy and quick integration into applications; and four different feedback output types: analog sin/cos, digitalbus BISS-C, digital A/B TTL line-drive incremental, and absolute SSI; color coded-quick connectors; and high-performance slide bearings.

Two sizes are available: The G16x Series features a shaft (magnets) with a 16-mm diameter and the G25x has a 25-mm-shaft diameter. Each has varying lengths depending on the required effective stroke.

Nippon Pulse America Inc.
4 Corporate Dr.
Radford, VA 24141
(540) 633-1677
www.nipponpulse.com

© 2012 Penton Media, Inc.

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