Linear Actuators for Grippers - Completely Autonomous System

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  • An onboard program is used for motion control via digital I/O signals. 
  • The system is completely autonomous. 
  • Torque control limits the gripping force. 
  • The motors are running in closed-loop mode. 
  • There are no step losses, no resonances, and no risks due to overheating. 
  • The motor controllers are fully programmable. 

Products used


PD2-C motor with controller

  • Controlled by fieldbus 
  • Closed loop with encoder
  • NEMA 17
  • 12 – 48 VDC
  • 50 Ncm holding torque
  • 1.8 A rated current

 


LSA28 external linear actuator

  • NEMA 11
  • Force up to 210 N
  • Resolution up to 0.000125 inch/step
  • Trapezoidal or ACME thread
  • Integrated connector
     

 

ST4118 stepper motor

  • NEMA 17
  • 1.8° step angle
  • 9 – 80 Ncm holding torque
  • 0.16 – 3 A
  • Many lengths

 

 


CL3-E motor controller/drive

  • Controlled by fieldbus 
  • Closed loop with encoder 
  • Fully programmable 
  • 3 A rated current
  • 12 – 24 V operating voltage
     

 


LGA20 captive linear actuator

  • Very compact
  • NEMA 8
  • Force 33.7 – 46 N
  • Resolution up to 0.00019685 inch/step  
  • Integrated connector
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