Mechanical Linear Actuator, 12V/24V, 6000N, 350mm Stroke is designed to function as a direct cut system, eliminating the need for a control box, offering a simple and economical alternative. It can be widely used in lift applications like recliners, lifting chairs and movie theater seating.
Mechanical Linear Actuator Specifications
||12V DC, 24V DC, 36V DC, 48V DC (Optional)
||6000N in push/3000N in pull
|Maximum Speed at Full Load
||35mm/s (load 500N)
|Minimum speed at Full Load
||4mm/s (Load 6000N)
||50/ 100/ 150/ 200/ 250/ 300/ 350/ 400/ 450mm (Optional, can be customized)
|Minimum Installation Dimensions
||Stroke + 175 mm
|Operational Temperature Range
||ISO, CE, RoHS
|Built-in clutch (not adjustable)
Linear Actuator Load and Speed Selection
Note: A load capacity can only correspond to one speed. Once the load capacity is selected and the speed is fixed. Please refer to the table below. Other loads and speeds can also be customized.
|Load±10% (N), Speed±2 (mm/s)
Linear Actuator Stroke and Size Selection
|Stroke±2 (mm), Mounting Dimension±2 (mm)
Linear Actuator Standard Dimension (mm)
Tips: What determines the thrust of the linear actuator?
Motor is the most important in linear actuator. The linear actuator generally adopts the DC push rod with brush. The thrust is determined by the motor. The speed and power of the motor determine the force to be generated. The thrust of the motor is converted into different thrusts through the reduction ratio. The thrust is transmitted outside through the worm and gear transmission. The worm and gear is generally an ordinary ball screw, which can increase the efficiency to 80%, indicating that only 20% of the process consumption is missed. Compared with the ordinary leakage of 50%, it is clear that the ball screw has higher efficiency. Of course, the self-locking ability of the ball screw is relatively poor.
How to increase or decrease the thrust? The most direct way is to replace the motor, and the other is the change in the reduction ratio, thus changing the thrust. It should be noted that the thrust of the linear actuator cannot be changed after delivery.