Thomson introduces high-capacity electric linear actuators


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Thomson introduces high-capacity electric linear actuators

Thomson, a leading global provider of linear motion control solutions, has introduced a high-capacity, high-performance electric linear actuator that gives motion system designers more cost-effective options to replace hydraulic cylinders. Among the many new features of the Thomson Electrak XD linear actuator are load handling up to 25,000 N (5000 lbs), depending on configuration, for a combined power output of more than 450 W. The Electrak XD can also achieve operating speeds of up to 75 mm/sec (3 in/sec), and duty cycles up to 100%.Get more news about actuator linear,you can vist our website!

“Machine designers who are looking to eliminate messy, space-consuming hydraulic systems, while also adding high controllability, can now do so for an expanded set of material handling and factory automation applications,” said Håkan Persson, Global Product Line Director–Linear Actuators at Thomson. “Compared to our previous offerings, the new Electrak XD actuators more than quadruple the load handling and speed, while delivering other benefits that would have previously required hydraulic systems or purchase of ultra-high-precision electric actuators.”
Complementing these performance benefits is onboard intelligence that enables ease of use and programmability far greater than hydraulic systems can provide. The electronics also enable control and diagnostics through real-time position feedback, force feedback and control, and programmable end-of-stroke limits. Designers can implement applications over a CANopen or SAE J1939 CAN bus network, which, among other things, simplifies synchronization of multiple actuators.

Electrak XD linear actuators are available immediately as a compact, fully integrated unit, including the motor, drive, IP-rated housing, control architecture, diagnostic features and more. The end result is a "plug and play" actuator that saves the designer money and time.