Can Stack Linear Actuators

Nov. 3, 2016
The 20DBM series from Portescap offer an optimized design for applications demanding high linear force.

The actuators feature an optimized magnetic circuit that provides improved performance over existing designs. The 7.5 degree step angle provides finer incremental movement with a high degree of accuracy and repeatability. With maximum holding force up to 50 N, the actuators are suitable for use in applications such as electronic pipettes, medical and non-medical analyzers, XY stages and valve actuators. Fully customizable, they are powered by high energy neodymium magnets, optimized electromagnetic circuits and patent pending bearing preload design that ensure exceptional performance in a small package. Component standardization and design modularity ensures quick customization capability for samples across various applications. Standard configurations can be delivered with maximum one week lead-time. Units are available in captive and non-captive versions with various leadscrew pitch options on the company’s online motor selection tool, MotionCompass. They are manufactured in an ISO certified facility and are RoHS compliant.

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