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Publication Date: 07/1/2007
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Haydon Intros Size 14 Hybrid Actuators
Hybrid linear actuators.
Waterbury, CT — Haydon Switch & Instrument, Inc. is offering its newest addition to the family of linear actuators; the size 14 hybrid linear actuators are now available with a 0.9° step angle. Like the 1.8° version, this actuator is available in all four designs — captive, non-captive, external linear, and linear rotary.
According to the company, the linear actuator, combined with a stainless steel lead screw, delivers an extremely smooth, precise motion. The actuators are designed for applications that require long life, reliability, precise positioning and rapid motion. This new step angle is designed for higher resolution and allows for a full step linear movement of 1.6µ.
The complete size 14 product line has resolutions ranging from 0.00006-in. (0.001524mm) to 0.0025-in. (0.0635mm) per step, with operational thrust capabilities of up to 50 pounds. Like all of the company's linear actuators, these models can also be microstepped for even finer resolution.
These high-resolution hybrid linear actuators have been specially engineered to deliver high speed, force and endurance. They use a production-proven, patent pending rotor drive nut that delivers trouble-free, long-term performance. The compact units provide a cost-effective solution for engineers requiring positional accuracy and high speed linear travel for their project. In addition to standard configurations, the company can custom design this motor to meet specific application requirements.
For more information, contact: Haydon Switch & Instrument, Inc., 1500 Meriden Rd., Waterbury, CT 06705
800-243-2715 or 203-756-7441 fax: 203-756-8724 E-mail: email@example.com Web:
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