Electric damper actuator LINEA­RIS CL EX 1

electric damper actuator
electric damper actuator
electric damper actuator
electric damper actuator
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Actuator force

Max.: 5,000 N

Min.: 600 N


Elec­tro-mecha­ni­cal dam­per actua­tor for Ex-Zone 1 The CL series offers clas­sic dri­ve tech­no­lo­gy with motor/gear com­bi­na­ti­on and cam mecha­nism in a clas­sic desi­gn. Three series up to 300 Nm in com­bi­na­ti­on with various actua­ting times open up a wide ran­ge of app­li­ca­ti­ons for a wide varie­ty of indus­tri­al tasks. Of cour­se, the CL series offers not only a robust metal hou­sing, but also all com­mer­ci­al­ly avail­able opti­ons, from the addi­tio­nal limit swit­ch to the posi­tio­ner with load cut-off. Three cable ent­ries M20 x 1.5 allow easy wiring even in the case of high-cross-sec­tion leads. The CL series is also avail­able in vol­ta­ges of 230 V, 115 V, 24 V AC or 24 V DC. A stain­less steel split spind­le with a dry­spin® spind­le nut ensu­res relia­ble and main­ten­an­ce-free ope­ra­ti­on. Due to the high gra­di­ent, the requi­red engi­ne speed is signi­fi­cant­ly redu­ced in com­pa­ri­son to the clas­sic desi­gn, so that the engi­nes run much smoo­ther and quie­ter. This con­sider­a­b­ly increa­ses the ser­vice life of the motors. Ins­tead of the com­mer­ci­al­ly avail­able cas­tings, Linea­ris CL uses anodi­sed alu­mi­num machi­ned parts, which are signi­fi­cant­ly more robust at low weight. The Linea­ris has been deve­lo­ped by prac­ti­tio­ners. Long holes in the bra­ckets allow easy assem­bly even by only one mecha­nic. Dirt depo­sits are preven­ted by the spind­le in the dry run so that lar­ge and expen­si­ve bel­lows designs are no lon­ger requi­red. The syn­chro­nous motors used in the dri­ve head ope­ra­te with a pure­ly fre­quen­cy-depen­dent posi­tio­ning time and thus ensu­re pre­cise con­trol.



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