Rotary actuator

rotary actuator
rotary actuator
rotary actuator
rotary actuator
rotary actuator
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Cost-efficient solutions Actuators for Engine and Powertrain Testbeds Powerful actuators that fulfil customer demands Actuators are an essential part of electronic control systems in passenger cars and commercial vehicles. It is their job to convert the electrical signals from the control unit into an action. AVL offers a range of units and systems for different types of performance categories for the use of engine, transmission and powertrain testbeds. Together with the AVL automation system, complex fully automated test runs and simulations are also possible. At AVL we offer several different types of actuators: Throttle Actuator THA 120 The THA 120 operates the throttle and injection pump on internal combustion engines. Perfect for the execution of legal driving cycles according to ECE, FTP, EPA and Japan guidelines. The actuator of the THA 120 includes a brushless servomotor and a toothed rack actuating system with its attached FLEXBALL® cable. The power and control electronics of the THA 120 are located in a wall cabinet. The device is operated by digital and analog signals. Key benefits include: Automatic adjustment of zero and end position Maintenance-free construction Limitation of actuation force Digital Clutch Actuator DCA 1000 ​​​​​​​The DCA 1000 is an inexpensive solution for operating a clutch for endurance testing for manual transmissions, as well as for real idle tests on the testbed. The actuator is powered by compressed air and controlled by digital signals from the AVL control system (EMCON/ISAC).


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