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We will be combining the relay boards with our LC-066 Arduino Uno to show off their control capabilities. The relays control the direction in which the actuator moves. They work by using current from the input source to activate an electromagnet, which pulls a switch that allows higher currents on the opposite side of the relay to flow. (read more)

Progressive Automations - The smallest linear actuator

The PA-07 micro linear actuator is by far the smallest linear actuator we have in stock, making it ideal for projects and applications where limited space is a necessity and little force is required. Its small size and force output make it popular in industries such as robotics, hobby design and manufacturing automation. (read more)

Progressive Automations - High Force Industrial Linear Actuator

We're here to announce our new heavy duty actuator model and now the strongest actuator we have in stock, the PA-13 High Force Industrial Linear Actuator. It is an industrial actuator meant for applications that require thousands of pounds of force. It is capable of producing 3000 lbs and can be found in the construction industry, manfacturing equipmment and other heavy duty industrial s... (read more)

Progressive Automations - New and Improved Mini Medium Force Actuator

We're happy to introduce our new and improved PA-09 Mini Medium Force Linear Actuator. It is an updated design of our older PA-16 model with some of the key improvements being its IP65 protection class rating as well as its lower noise level.

  • Voltage: 12 VDC
  • Current: 4A
  • Stroke: 2-40"
  • Force: 330 lbs
  • Speed: 0.27"/sec
  • Duty Cyc...
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Progressive Automations - Forward Thinking Starts Here

Our leading-edge custom actuator service means that when you can't find the actuator you need to complete your project, we step up to the plate. We'll work with you to manufacture a linear actuator that fits your project perfectly (read more)

Progressive Automations - Micro Linear Actuator

The PA-07 micro linear actuator is without a doubt the smallest actuator we have ever produced and depending on the stroke size it can even be as small in size as a pen. It is the perfect actuator for smaller scale projects and applications where not much force is needed.

  • Voltage: 12 VDC
  • Stroke: 0.8" - 4" (more coming soon)
  • Force: 5 lbs
  • Spee...
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Progressive Automations - PA-08 Mini Track Linear Actuator

Our newest actuator model combines the space conserving design of our track actuators with the compact size of our mini actuators into one efficient package. The track design means that no additional space is required other than the total length of the unit since the stroke just moves along the length of the actuator instead of extending and retracting. This design, along with the small... (read more)

Progressive Automations - PA-04 Linear Actuator

Our PA-04 linear actuator model is unique from all our other models in that it is the only one that comes with a built in IP-66 rating. (read more)

Progressive Automations - FLT-02 and FLT-05 Table Lift Sets

As we are always looking to innovate and introduce new products, we'd like to announce two of our newest table lift models, the FLT-02 and FLT-05 Table Lift Sets. Both table lift sets are almost identical but with one key difference, the FLT-05 comes with three lifting columns instead of two. These table lifts are perfect for when you need an adjustable desk/table, whether that be in the... (read more)

Progressive Automations - FLT-01 Table Lift

Our new FLT-01 Table Lift is a single lifting column model that is capable of lifting up to 175 lbs. It comes with all the tools and equipment needed for installation as well as a remote and power supply for full motion control. What seperates this table lift from our other models is that it comes with a table top included so you have everything you need for your ideal adjustable table.

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We had the opportunity to interview Toni Klopfenstein about home automation, where its headed and how to start.


Is automation technology going to render the human worker useless? Does the technology itself do this, or are we in need of some serious policy change?


Learn how to automate your home with linear electric actuators and motion control systems from Progressive Automations.