Actuator Offers Built-In Anti-Rotation Mechanism
Haydon Kerk Motion Solutions, Inc, a manufacturer of precision linear motion products, now offers the 19000 Series, 20 mm captive linear actuator in a variety of stroke lengths. The 19000 captive is designed for applications such as micro-fluidic dispensing, electronic throttle control, fine adjustment control for optics, antenna movement, scanning devices and other applications requiring linear motion in tight spaces. Stroke lengths now available are 0.551" (14 mm), 0.708" (18 mm), 0.984" (25 mm), and 1.22" (31 mm). With a body diameter of just 20 mm and a linear force of up to 180 oz (50N), this linear actuator outperforms similar sized units available in the marketplace today, according to the company. The 19000 series captive linear actuator is a compact rotary-to-linear motion device with a built in anti-rotation mechanism. This allows the engineer the flexibility to design a precision linear motion system with the fewest components possible.
The 19000 can-stack linear actuator uses the latest technology in both materials and manufacturing. Technical enhancements compared with the typical can-stack motor found in the marketplace includes optimized stator tooth geometry, high energy neodymium magnets, custom engineered polymers and larger ball bearings. The resulting system is a tiny linear actuator with high force, high accuracy, and durability.
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