Heavy Duty Track Actuators with many stroke and controller options. These actuators have a sliding carriage that travels up and down the main body; brackets allow items to be attached to this carriage. All Heavy Duty Track Actuator units come with a power supply, and momentary wired controller for your convenience.
The track actuators offered by Firgelli Automations were developed to fill an essential gap in the linear actuator market. Some applications require an actuator with a very small closed length while maintaining a long stroke; Conventional Rod-style actuators cannot be used in this situation since they require a long casing to house the shaft when retracted. Track Actuators feature a block which slides along the length of the unit, offering application flexibility.
Mounting is possible on three sides of the moving block, and Firgelli Automations offers MB5 Mounting Brackets to assist with attachments. As with all the linear actuators that Firgelli Automations offers, the Heavy-Duty Track Actuator lineup features factory preset internal limit switches, high grade materials providing first rate build quality, smooth and quiet operation at just 5db over ambient noise levels, and versatile mounting options on both ends: a clevis mount and a bracket which rotates on 90 degree intervals allow you to mount the actuator as you please.
The Heavy-Duty Track Actuator line has two variations, a 200 lb force unit and a 400 lb force unit. Both come as plug 'n' play systems with a wired remote, a power adapter, a control box, and the actuator itself. The power adapter is compatible with North American wall outlets. For even more flexibility in control check out the Wireless Remote for Track Actuators which allows you to control the Heavy-Duty Track actuator with a wireless remote.
||0.6" (1.56" no load)
||.15" (.4" no load)
||20% at 100% load, 50% at 25% of load, 2 mins on/10min off
||3 amps full load
||Built-in (factory preset)
||Two center holes are M10. Four smaller holes are M5
||Hole to Hole
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