Electric linear actuator

  • 13-Nov-2017 01:38 EST

The LA33 electric linear actuator from LINAK (Louisville, KY) is a mid-range device that combines compact design and high power in one solution fit for use in the most extreme environments. Offering a 12- or 24-V dc permanent magnetic motor, the LA33 actuator shares the same features as all the robust actuators in the LINAK family. The device is IP66/IP69K approved, which makes it able to withstand powerful water jets and harsh environments throughout a long lifespan. The company claims a thorough and demanding testing program forms the basis of the LA33’s maintenance-free and long-lasting performance. Options include exchangeable cables in different lengths, Hall-effect sensor, and IC options including integrated controller, LIN bus communication, analogue or digital feedback for precise positioning. 

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