The Servo Cylinder is an Electromechanical Linear Actuator

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asked Mar 31, 2022 in 3D Segmentation by freeamfva (37,000 points)

The A-Series Servo Cylinder is a rod-style, brushless DC electromechanical actuator with built-in controller and Phase Index absolute position sensor. Providing up to 530 lbf peak force and up to 7.75” of travel, the Servo Cylinder was designed from the ground up to be extremely robust and very simple to use. After a simple USB configuration, power and signal are the only connections required to operate the Servo Cylinder.Get more news about actuator linear,you can vist our website!
Ultra Motion’s Phase Index is seamlessly integrated into the Servo Cylinder, which provides absolute, digital position feedback of the actuator throughout the entire stroke and is also used in Field-Oriented Control of the motor. Besides Phase Index, no sensors are required to provide absolute position feedback of the actuator shaft and the BLDC rotor, which greatly reduces costs.
The Servo Cylinder comes in two motor stack sizes (100W and 180W) and can be configured with a high efficiency ball screw or a self-locking acme leadscrew.

Grainger carries a large linear actuator selection to help you find the device that can fit your application. Less expensive than some other types of actuator, linear actuators are self-contained and can be automated. They feature a simple design with minimal moving parts and can operate at high or low speeds. Check out Grainger’s selection of linear actuators in a variety of sizes and speeds.
Using internal encoders, integrated stepper motor actuators achieve enhanced performance, higher efficiencies and prevent loss of synchronization (stall).
The I1 series of actuators are programmable and can be configured to operate with CANopen, Ethernet, Profinet, and step and direction systems.
We offer Lexium MDrive and Applied Motion NEMA 17 and NEMA 23 frame size integrated stepper motors with our actuators.

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