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  • Choosing Between Electromechanical and Fluid Power Linear Actuators in Industrial Systems Design
    Linear actuation plays a critical role in a wide range of products and processes in factory automation, packaging, medical devices, and many other fields. Linear actuators are commonly divided into two main types: fluid power actuators that operate on differential pressure and electromechanical
  • Design Decisions: Electro-mechanical vs. Pneumatic Actuators
    of electro-mechanical actuators are explored in comparison to pneumatic options.
  • Servoactuators that Run on Air
    Servopneumatic drives offer precise motion control with higher efficiency than traditional pneumatics and better durability and power density than electromechanical actuators.
  • Straight talk on selecting linear actuators
    New technology in linear actuators, antibacklash techniques, and piezo motors helps designers field high-precision motion equipment. Linear actuators come in a variety of shapes and sizes, with variable stroke lengths and a range of load capacities. Depending on type, electromechanical linear
  • Chrysler brings Ethernet to pneumatics
    structural parts. Pneumatics work together with electromechanical actuators to move and position parts. For instance, air knives help separate individual blanks from a stack, then gantry-mounted suction cups lift them onto a conveyor. The conveyor carries the blanks through a washer, where
  • Closed-Loop Pneumatic Control In A Compact Package
    A newly developed pneumatic-control system provides an alternative to electrical or electromechanical motion control. The Pneumatic Control System (PCS) is a compact electronic controller with pneumatic valves that accurately positions an actuator rod or rotating shaft and holds it in position even
  • Servopneumatics offers reliable, economical motion
    Advances in controls and networks combined with components that pack more punch have opened the door to more-precise, durable, and economical pneumatic systems. When it comes to motion control, conventional thinking usually produces designs with electromechanical drives and computer-controlled
  • Reciprocating Linear Alternator Brochure
    Reciprocating Linear Alternators (RLA's) utilize the same. basic architecture as an Electro-mechanical Actuator except. they utilize a back-driven ball-screw to turn a rotor. and produce electricity. In power-production applications,. these devices maximize energy-extraction by. eliminating

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