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Linear and rotary actuators

Feb. 1, 2011
Tritex II linear and rotary actuators support Ethernet/IP for communication between industrial controls and components.

Tritex II linear and rotary actuators support Ethernet/IP for communication between industrial controls and components.

Features & benefits

  • Actuators include eight digital inputs, four digital outputs, and one analog input and output; feedback through analog Hall-effect and incremental encoders; connectivity with internal terminals accessible through a removable cover

  • Same form factor as hydraulic and pneumatic actuators; serve as all-electric retrofits

  • Mountings (metric or imperial), such as front flange, rear clevis mount, side mount, trunnion mount, extended tie rod, and rear flange

Exlar Corp.
(952) 368-3434
exlar.com

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