The provided electric linear actuator is high efficiency, relatively high load at 3,500 N, with 12 volt DC voltage, 24 volt is available. This miniature linear actuator is typically used for industrial, agricultural machinery, clean sweeping vehicles, vessels, cargo and other automatic control windows applications.
Electric Linear Actuator Specifications
||12V DC, 24V DC (Optional)
Note: The fluctuation of voltage is +/-2V.
|Self Locking Force
|Rated Speed at Full Load
||4mm/s at 3500N
|Output Speed at No Load
||50/ 100/ 150/ 200/ 250/ 300/ 350/ 400/ 450mm (Optional, can be customized)
|Minimum Installation Dimensions
||Stroke + 105 mm (Stroke＜300mm)
|Stroke + 120 mm (Stroke＞300mm)
1. Default motor wiring (Brown lead: motor positive +, Blue lead: motor negative -)
2. Optional for Hall feedback connection (Red lead: Hall 5V voltage input +, Green lead: Hall 5V voltage input -, White lead: Hall signal output A, Yellow lead: Hall signal output B)
|Operational Temperature Range
||ISO, CE, RoHS
|Upper End Type
||Cylindrical, aperture 8.1mm
|Built-in limit switches (not adjustable)
Linear Actuator Load and Speed Selection
|Rated Load Capacity
||Self Locking Force (N)
||Rated Load Current (A)
||Output Speed at No load (mm/s)
||Rated Speed at Full Load (mm/s)
Linear Actuator Standard Dimension (mm)
S: Stroke, L: Retracted Length=Stroke+105mm (Stroke<300mm) / Stroke+120mm (Stroke>300mm)
Stroke and Retracted Length Selection
|Stroke±2 (mm), Mounting Dimension±2 (mm)
Tips: Why doesn't linear actuator rotate?
Linear actuator has a wide application in our life. It is used in both medical and industrial fields. However, we might encounter the problem of non-rotation of the linear actuator in using. Why is this?
- The motor does not rotate at a constant speed. Although the revolving speed of the motor is theoretically constant, it is mostly caused by the condition that the pushed object of the linear actuator is not fixed in case of a non-constant speed of the rotation.
- The motor rotates at a rather slow speed. We have to firstly check if the pushed object of the linear actuator is overloaded. If yes, it will certainly result in the slow speed of the rotation. Another possible reason of such a phenomenon is that the motor has rustiness or insufficient lubrication degree because the motor hasn't been used for years.
- The motor doesn't rotate. In case of such a problem, we have to check if the pushed object is overloaded or if the operation circuit is obstructed so as not to be moved, and then check if the power supply circuit is normal or not. If none of the above circumstances occurs, we have to check if the insurance control switch near the motor rest switch is closed or not.