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LINEAR ACTUATOR LA11
Are you searching compact and powerful linear actuator? OK11 is the best one!
The efficient motor makes OK11 force up to 1500N/150KG/330Pounds,90mm/s speed,3.6inch/sec. The compact and reliable design is the ideal solution for robotics, hobby automation, furniture automation, industrial automation, manufacturing and more application. The price is economic, it is hot sell model.
the OK11 linear actuator is available with multiple choices for feedback sensors,potentiometer or hall sensor or encoder.
Control and bracket:
The OK11 mini electric linear actuator is compatible with all control units that we produce, wire and wireless type. This provides a wide range of automation control options for varies project or application.
We supply BA1 bracket,it is sturdy, reliable and allows for a full 180° rotation on any project,easily installed.
Our customized linear actuator service satisfy your special need for your application. We can manufacture a custom actuator for you within 4 business days. Take a look at the Custom Options tab to see what options are available and contact us today to start building your own custom actuator.
|Limited switch||Yes (Made in Europe, longer life time than competitor)|
|House material||Aluminum Alloy|
|Inner tube material||Aluminum Alloy|
|Operation temperature||-26℃ ～ +65℃|
|Max IP class||IP65|
|Safety certificate||CE UL Rohs|
Load VS Speed
|Noload speed mm/second||5||7||10||13||17||20||27|
|Load speed mm/second||4||5||6||8||10||13||18|
Lmin = Retracted length = 105mm + Stroke
Lmin means the length when linear actuator 100% fully retracts, meanwhile, it will touch the tail limited switch and stop automatically, very safe.
Lmax = Max extended length = Lmin + Stroke = 105mm + 2*Stroke
Lmax means the length when linear actuator 100% fully extends, meanwhile, it will touch the head limited switch and stop automatically, very safe.
Load VS Speed VS Current: