The Bullet Series 36 Cal. Linear Actuator was developed to have a slim in-line motor design. Includes built-in hall effect sensor, which allows for synchronization, position and speed control. The Hall effect feedback is vital to applications where multiple actuators must travel in sync.
To move between two and four actuators in synchronous we recommend our dedicated control board, the FCB-1.
CAD models of this actuator can be found under Resources/3D Files. For further information review the specifications and technical drawings down below or visit our tutorials page for instructions on how to use this actuator with switches, remotes, speed controllers, and Arduino.
Available in 12V and 24V and various stroke lengths from 6 to 24 inches.
- Works perfectly with Control board FCB-1 for the ultimate Actuator control, to give you complete actuator control including adjusting limits, speed, and time functions.
|Push/Pull Force||224 lbs.||224 lbs.|
|Static Force||268 lbs.||268 lbs.|
|Speed at full load - Use FCB-1 for speed adjustment||0.157”/sec||0.157”/sec|
|Max Current at full load||3A||3A|
|Duty Cycle||25% at 100% load. Max. 5 mins continuous use|
|Operating Temp. Range||-4°F to 149°F (-20°C to 65°C)|
|No Load Noise Level||50-70 dB|
|Outer Housing Material||Aluminum|
|Expansion Rod Material||Stainless Steel 304|
|Limit Switch||Built-In non-adjustable unless you use FCB-1 controller|
|Feedback||Hall Effect Sensor|
|Hall sensor Pulses per inch of travel||1,828 (72 pulses per mm of travel)|
|Number of Hall Magnet||3PPR|
|Pitch of leadscrew||P2.5*2T|
|Revolutions per inch stroke||0.2" (5.08mm) Stroke per Revolution of the Leadscrew. (5 revolutions per Inch of travel)|
|Hall sensor pulses per revolution of Leadscrew||360PPR|
|Synchronous Capability||Yes, with our Sync Control Board or a Microcontroller|
|Cable Length||1.5 feet|
|Brackets||MB36 , MB36C, MB36SM|
|Stroke Length||Retracted Length||Extended Length||Weight (lb)||STEP File|
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3D Model Downloads (.STEP)
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