Dual actuator

  • 30-Mar-2011 02:15 EDT
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The Dual Stepper 6407 Series is the latest in a range of Sonceboz actuators for instrument clusters and allows two cluster pointers to move in a single housing. The amount of information on an instrument cluster can be condensed, offering more design flexibility. The two concentric movements are simultaneous but remain independent. Smoothness guarantees indication precision and driver information reliability. Other features include a reduced mass of 11 g (0.34 oz), decreased thickness of 13.1 mm (0.52 in) for incorporation into narrow spaces, lower noise rate, and an integrated gear train for improved resolution. The dual stepper motor is suitable for both on- and off-highway vehicle applications and exhibits a 0 ppm rate. Rear mount on a circuit board can be achieved with rivets or screws through an automated production process.

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