An electric linear actuator is a device that transforms the rotary movement of a direct current motor into linear movement, that is, pushing or pulling. It basically consists of a motor, a gear, a threaded shaft and a nut.
When the motor is powered, the shaft moves, producing a pushing or pulling movement. Reversing the polarity of the motor produces the opposite movement.
All the actuators that we have incorporated work at 12 or 24 V direct current and have stroke lengths that range from 50 mm to 600 mm.
In order to control the position and direction of the actuators axis, our controller can be used
Additionally, to facilitate the control of the actuator, the user can opt for our power supply. Both controller and power supply have the same connection system to facilitate installation for the user.