An electric linear servoactuator is an alternative to hydraulic actuation. The design of the ball screw translates rotational motion to linear motion inside the servoactuator, extending its life. Plus, it draws less power than hydraulic alternatives.
Three versions are available. The Standard Electric Linear Servoactuator works with most linear actuation applications. Maximum force of 70 kN; rod speeds up to 640 mm/sec; and an absolute encoder transmits position and feedback data.
The Flexible Electric Linear Servoactuator is for higher forces, rod speeds and longer strokes. Maximum force of 115.59 kN; and, rod speeds up to 1,600 mm/sec.
The third version is a pre-engineered package option including the Standard Electric Linear Servoactuation Package and Flexible Electric Linear Servoactuation Package. Each package includes servoactuator, servodrive and commissioning software.
Moog Industrial Group
Filed Under: Actuators, Linear motion • slides, Motion control • motor controls