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Actuator DC linear motors are configured in many types and sizes, including brushless, servo, and gear motor types. A motor consists of a rotor and a permanent magnetic field stator. The magnetic field is maintained using either permanent magnets or electromagnetic windings. DC linear motors are most commonly used in variable speed and torque applications.
Brushed DC motors have built-in commutation, meaning that as the motor rotates, mechanical brushes automatically commutate coils on the rotor. Actuator cylinder linear motor provides linear motion via a motor driven ball screw or ACME screw assembly. The linear actuator's motor load is attached to the end of screw, or rod, and is unsupported. The screw can be direct, belt, or gear driven. Important performance specifications to consider when searching include stroke, maximum rated load or force, and maximum rated speed, continuous power, and system backlash. Stroke is the distance between fully extended and fully retracted rod positions. The maximum rated load or force is not the maximum static load. The maximum rated speed is the maximum linear speed; typically rated at low or no load. The air rotary actuators are used for control of an aircraft's night vision targeting system. The Samarium Cobalt PMDC brushless motor with its Hall communication and high stiffness planetary spur gearing, delivers high torque and continuous rotary motion at its anti-backlash output shaft. Each incorporates a resolver with anti-backlash gearing to provide accurate output shaft position information to the external control system. The torque output of each actuator is controlled by external Tran conductance amplifiers, which are PWM four-quadrant designs controlling the three-phase motor's torque output as a function of the analog command input. The Valco air offers reliable, long-term performance under the most stringent conditions. Its low gas consumption and lightweight, compact construction make the air actuator suitable for aerospace flight hardware applications as well as laboratory or process applications. When an air actuator is ordered by itself it can be specified with close mount hardware, with a standoff, or, if your valve already has a standoff, with just the standoff mounting hardware. The standard air actuator is rated for use at temperatures up to 70°C. 50°C. Actuator air position has sizes up to 1600 Nm. (14160 are fitted with drive inserts. This enables actuators to be directly mounted onto suitable valves and eliminates the need for a bracket and coupling type mounting kit. The increasing use of direct mounts significantly cuts the cost of the valve/actuator assembly. Standard actuators are fitted with square drive inserts in accordance with ISO 5211 (or DIN 3337), but a wide variety of other inserts are also available. Special inserts may have oversize or undersize squares, or with double-D or shaft key way forms. These can be supplied on factory built actuators or as loose items; drive inserts are easily replaceable at distributor or end user level.