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An actuator is a part of a machine that is responsible for moving and controlling a mechanism or system, for example by opening a valve.

iCON50

  • MODbus RTU (RS485)
  • Interconnection up to 128 units
  • 50mm - 750mm stroke length
  • Speed : 4 to 70 mm/s
Delivery time: workdays

iCON35

  • MODbus RTU (RS485)
  • Interconnection up to 128 units
  • 50mm - 750mm stroke length
  • Speed : 3 to 33 mm/s
Delivery time: workdays

AOP-1/M

  • Very compact
  • Up to 1.000 N
  • With limit switches
  • Different transmissions
Delivery time: workdays

iCON60

  • MODbus RTU (RS485)
  • Interconnection up to 128 units
  • 50mm - 750mm stroke length
  • Speed : 5 to 26 mm/s
Delivery time: workdays

IA5 actuator

  • 115V AC / 60Hz ; 230V AC / 50Hz
  • Industrial actuator
  • Preset limitswitches
  • Max 3.500N. (ACME) or Max. 7.000N. (Ball-screw)
Delivery time: workdays

Actuator type 120S

  • Supply voltage : 12 - 24 V DC or 24 - 36 V DC
  • Stroke : 213 to 518 mm (depending on type)
  • Max. dynamic force : 300 to 1200 N (depending on type)
  • Speed (without load) : 10 to 50 mm/s (depending on type)
Delivery time: workdays

Actuator type 110E

  • Supply voltage: 12 - 36 V DC
  • Stroke : 168 to 366 mm (depending on type)
  • Max. dynamic force : 600 to 1600 N (depending on type)
  • Speed (without load) : 5 to 25 mm/s (depending on type)
Delivery time: workdays

Actuator type 110D

  • Supply voltage : 12 - 36 V DC
  • Stroke : 168 to 366 mm (depending on type)
  • Max. dynamic force : 600 to 1600 N (depending on type)
  • Speed (without load) : 5 to 25 mm/s (depending on type)
Delivery time: workdays

Actuator type 100

  • Supply voltage : 12 - 36 V DC
  • Stroke : 180 to 426 mm (depending on type)
  • Max. dynamic force : 250 to 1400 N (depending on type)
  • Speed (without load) : 5 to 40 mm/s (depending on type)
Delivery time: workdays

ID12 Ball Screw

  • Input voltage : 12/ 24/ 48V DC
  • Ball Screw version
  • Max. rated load : 7.000N (Ball Screw)
  • Overload protection by clutch
Delivery time: workdays

What is an Actuator?

An actuator is a device that can move systems and/or other devices. An actuator does this by means of a control signal and needs an energy source for this. The control signal requires relatively little energy to operate. This can be controlled by means of electrical voltage or current or can even be controlled pneumatically (air pressure) or by means of hydraulic fluid pressure.

An actuator is a mechanism that directs a control system to perform an action or task. The operating system can be simple (a fixed mechanical or electronic system), software-based (for example, a printer driver, a robot operating system), a human or other input.

12v and 24v linear actuator

A linear actuator is an electrical device that makes it possible to convert a rotational movement in low voltage motors into a push or pull movement. The most famous of its class is the CON35, a highly efficient inline electric actuator.

How does a linear actuator work?

A&E Trading b.v. supplies electric in-line actuators to create effective motion in the field of linear motion, providing a combination of design, size, functionality, and customization to meet the needs of the customers. A linear actuator is an electrical device that makes it possible to convert rotational movements into a linear push and pull movement.

This ensures that, for example, a bar can be moved from top to bottom and vice versa. This is the ideal solution to provide electric tables with flawless operation.

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