Linear actuators for OEM applications

PROmech Series linear actuators come assembled and tested, and includes linear bearings, drive screw, thrust bearings, motor mount, coupling, and motor. Designed for OEM instrument manufacturers, the devices are a pre-engineered positioning package intended to help OEMs reduce time to market with minimized design, procurement, assembly, and qualification of parts necessary to build a linear mot...

04/01/2006


Motors, Devices & Motion Control

PROmech Series linear actuators come assembled and tested, and includes linear bearings, drive screw, thrust bearings, motor mount, coupling, and motor. Designed for OEM instrument manufacturers, the devices are a pre-engineered positioning package intended to help OEMs reduce time to market with minimized design, procurement, assembly, and qualification of parts necessary to build a linear motion axis from scratch. LP28 and LD28 are the first in the series to be released. Both have a miniature cross section of 28 x 28 mm. LP28 has a travel range from 5-500 mm, several linear bearing options, and a variety of screw-lead and motor-size options to match the position to application requirements. LD28 offers greater drive screw and motor design flexibility, a travel range of 5-300 mm, and is suited for applications requiring up to 10 lb of thrust. www.parkermotion.com Parker Hannifin





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