Posts Tagged 'Electric Actuator'

Introducing the 35mm diameter CBL35C Programmable Electric Moving Coil Servo Actuator from SMAC Corporation

CBL35C

Introducing the 35mm diameter CBL35C electric cylinder with built-in controller from SMAC Corporation. With its built-in controller, the CBL35C controls force, position and velocity and features simple installation.

Ideal for applications with limited space but requiring accurate control, the CBL35C provides significantly longer life, programmability, high speed, accuracy, and energy efficiency while remaining price-competitive.

The new CBL35C series also enables the direct replacement of existing pneumatic cylinders and retrofits without any machine modifications required.

It‘s Graphical User Interface allows for easy straightforward setup of parameters and permits the user to change product profiles on the fly thereby improving factory uptime.

Features:

  • Built-in controller
  • Programmable position, velocity and force
  • Long life expectancy over 100 million cycles
  • Airless and quiet operation
  • Graphical User Interface is available for simple set-up
  • Space saving

Specifications:

  • Dimensions [mm]: Ø35 x 135 – 217(depending on stroke)
  • Stroke [mm]: 10, 25 (+1/-0)
  • Acceleration[G]: up to 50 (zero payload)
  • Peak Force [N]: up to 61
  • Encoder Resolution [µm]: 5 (standard) 1 & 0.1 (Options)
  • SMAC’s Patented: ‘Soft-Land’ Technology

Click below for more information.

SMAC’s CBL35C Programmable Electric Moving Coil Servo Actuator

For more information, please contact:

EDITORIAL CONTACT:
Warren Osak
sales@electromate.com
Toll Free Phone:   877-737-8698
Toll Free Fax:       877-737-8699
www.electromate.com

Tags:  SMAC, Electric Actuator, Electric Cylinder, CBL35C, Moving Coil Actuator, Electromate

Stainless steel actuator for washdown applications

Tolomatic ERD-SS2 Actuator

Tolomatic ERD-SS2 Actuator

The all stainless steel ERD actuator from Tolomatic with protective motor enclosure (ERD-SS2) accommodates both servo (23-frame) and stepper (NEMA 17 and NEMA 23-frame) motors.  Combine any ERD-SS2 with the Tolomatic ACS servo or stepper drive and get a complete motion control system with high performance at a very competitive price.  Features include:

  • Clean-in-place compatible
  • IP69K rated
  • 3 body sizes
  • Ball and acme screw choices
  • Force/thrust capabilities up to 500 lbf (2.2 kN)
  • Stroke lengths up to 24 inches (610 mm)
  • Choice of stepper and servo drive/controller and motor solutions
  • Simplifies and lowers cost of machine design by eliminating protective guards around standard actuators

CLICK HERE to view more information on the ERD-SS2 Actuators from Tolomatic.

For more information, please contact:

EDITORIAL CONTACT:

Warren Osak
sales@electromate.com
Toll Free Phone:   877-737-8698
Toll Free Fax:       877-737-8699
www.electromate.com

 

 

Tags:  Tolomatic, Electromate, ERD-SS2, IP69k, Clean-in-place compatible, actuator, positioning stage, electric actuator

What’s the Difference between Pneumatic, Hydraulic, and Electrical Actuators?

White Paper by Carlos Gonzalez | Machine Design  originally posted April 16, 2015

A linear actuator moves a load, which can be an assembly, components, or a finished product, in a straight line. It converts energy into a motion or force and can be powered by pressurized fluid or air, as well as electricity.

Here is a breakdown of common linear actuators, their advantages and their disadvantages….

Click on the link below to download this article in .PDF format

PDF Article: What’s the Difference between Pneumatic, Hydraulic, and Electrical Actuators?

Automation and Food Safety Webinar: IP69K Products to meet new FDA FSMA standards.

New YouTube Video-   54:01 min.  

Automation and Food Safety Webinar

Automation and Food Safety Webinar

View our on-demand Webinar anytime!

 

 

You can watch a recording of this webinar and previously recorded webinars on our YouTube channel:

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrKivfJ0mSQlLyxYe3Q8_6eZaWP7Ket2V

Tags:  IP69K, FDA, FSMA, Automation, Electric Actuator, Linear Actuator, Stainless Steel Motor, Servo Motor, Stainless Steel Gearbox, Planetary Gearbox, Tolomatic, Kollmorgen, Micron Gearbox

New hygienic designed electric cylinders are IP69K, stainless steel and USDA approved

Tolomatic has just released two new sizes of ERD electric cylinders that are hygienically designed, IP69K rated with an USDA Accepted Equipment Certification for meat (livestock), poultry, and dairy food processing applications.

Tolomatic Hygienic Electric Actuator

Tolomatic Hygienic Electric Actuator

The new hygienic stainless steel design of ERD electric cylinders offer:

  • Thrust capacities to 4500 lbf [20,017 N]
  • Increased strokes to 39.4 inches [1000 mm]
  • Increased speed capacities to 57.5 inches [1460.5 mm]
  • Choice of ball, or roller screws
  • Lowest cost stainless steel actuator– with IP69K as standard equipment available out of the catalog with fast delivery

Click on the links below for additional information-

ERD Series Product Information

For more information, please contact:

EDITORIAL CONTACT:

Warren Osak
sales@electromate.com
Toll Free Phone:   877-737-8698
Toll Free Fax:       877-737-8699
www.electromate.com

Tags:  Electric Actuator, Hygienic Actuator, IP69K, Tolomatic, Electromate, Linear Actuator, USDA

RH Mini Series DC Servo Actuators from Harmonic Drive

High-powered RH Mini Series DC servo actuators from Harmonic Drive® were developed in order to control machinery and equipment smoothly, speedily and accurately.  A high level of positional accuracy and resolution, coupled with a compact and lightweight configuration, is the basis for the supermini RH Mini Series DC servo actuators.  These actuators can substantially reduce the time required for positioning.  At the heart of the performance of the RH Mini DC servo actuator is the Harmonic Drive strain wave gearing.

Harmonic RH Mini Series DC Servo Actuators

Harmonic RH Mini Series DC Servo Actuators

Harmonic Drive strain wave gearing is known for zero backlash, high torque, compact size, and excellent positional accuracy.   Features include:

Excellent Positional Accuracy and Repeatability – Positional accuracy may be minimized within one arc minute and repeatability within a few seconds.

High Torque Capacity – Since power is transmitted through multiple tooth engagement, the gear offers high output torque capacity equal to drives twice its size and three times its weight.

Zero Backlash – Cup-type gear only versions operate with zero backlash between mating teeth because of natural gear preload and radial tooth movement.  The only shaft-to-shaft backlash that exists, originates in the input coupling (oldham coupling) and ranges from 2-36 arc-sec depending on unit size and reduction ratio.  This coupling can be eliminated if necessary, resulting in zero backlash for the entire drive.

In – Line Configuration – The gearing input and output shafts are concentric, allowing machine designers to dramatically reduce the required packaging space compared to other high ratio, high torque drives.

High Torsional Stiffness – The new “S” tooth profile greatly improves the torsional stiffness of the gear allowing greater precision and higher servo gains.

Efficiencies – Operating efficiencies of up to 90% can be obtained.  Ratings are based on actual shaft-to-shaft tests.

Back Driving – Harmonic Drive gear is reversible and can be back driven.  If necessary, loads can be held in place by braking the Wave Generator when the servo system is not powered.

More information on the RH Mini Series DC Servo Actuators and Zero Backlash Gearing Products from Harmonic Drive can be viewed at-

http://www.electromate.com/products/?partner=1148322722

For more information, please contact:

EDITORIAL CONTACT:
Warren Osak
sales@electromate.com
Toll Free Phone:   877-737-8698
Toll Free Fax:       877-737-8699
www.electromate.com

Motion Control Terminology Primer

Motion Control Terminology Primer

Motion Control Terminology Primer

What makes a bus based Motion Controller deterministic?   What are the three types of Step Motors?   What is the difference between an Absolute Encoder and a Resolver?

These questions (and many more) are quickly answered in a free User Friendly 2page ‘Motion Control Terminology’ Primer.

The Primer covers the following topics:

  • Motion Control
  • Motion Controllers
  • Drives and Amplifiers
  • Motors
  • Feedback Sensors
  • Mechanical Systems

Click on the link below to download the free ‘Motion Control Terminology’ Primer.

http://www.electromate.com/db_support/downloads/MotionControlTerminologyPrimerv2.pdf

EDITORIAL CONTACT:
Warren Osak
sales@electromate.com
Toll Free Phone:   877-737-8698
Toll Free Fax:       877-737-8699
www.electromate.com


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