Electric Linear Actuator provides 560 lb of push/pull force.
November 3, 2010 -
Measuring 1.7 x 3.35 in. with 4.84 in. housing, Model LA23 offers stroke lengths up to 11.8 in., speeds to .4 ips, and 12 or 24 Vdc motor options. Unit includes built-in electrical end-stop and exchangeable cables, which allow for optimized logistics and cable replacement. Available with optional steel back fixture for added strength, actuator is suited for wheelchairs and patient lifts as well as industrial vents.
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|Original Press release |
LINAK U.S., Inc.
2200 Stanley Gault Pkwy.
Louisville, KY, 40223
LINAK Introduces a Versatile, Compact Actuator Solution
The LA23, a powerful and compact, new electric linear actuator enhances motion control in multiple markets.
LINAK, a worldwide leader in the development and manufacture of innovative motion control products, introduces the latest addition to its product family, the LA23 electric linear actuator.
The LA23 has a compact design that allows it to be built into a variety of applications, especially where space is a concern. The width is only 1.7 inches (43mm) with height of 3.35 inches (85mm) and the housing measuring 4.84 inches (123mm) - compact enough for even the smallest application.
Being small does not compromise the strength of the LA23. This actuator is capable of over 560lbs (2,500N) of force in push or pull.
The LA23 was designed to be used in markets where space is a concern. It is ideal for wheelchairs and patient lifts in the medical market. In addition, the LA23 is ideal in industrial markets for applications such as industrial vents. The possibilities are endless.
An additional key feature of the LA23 is exchangeable cables. This allows for optimized logistics and easy cable replacement.
Other features of the LA23 include:
o Built-in electrical end-stop
o Stroke lengths up to 11.8 inches
o Speeds up to .4 inches/second
o 12V or 24V DC motor options
o Optional steel back fixture for added strength
o Optional potential free signal switch at end of stroke
For further information, please visit our website, www.linak.com, or contact LINAK at 502.253.5595 or firstname.lastname@example.org.