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Electric actuator THSA series

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electric actuator
electric actuator
electric actuator
electric actuator
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electric, hydraulic
linear, rotary
for aircraft
ball screw


Collins Aerospace remains at the forefront of the industry by supplying Trimmable Horizontal Stabilizer Actuator (THSA) solutions that are ball screw driven and electronically or hydraulically operated.We have a vast array of experience providing THSAs across a large portfolio of civil and military aircraft. In addition to cost-effective and tailor-made solutions, we also provide full integration of THSA systems. Our products are certifiable to the latest airworthiness standards. They deliver high performance and ensure reliability for safety in even the most challenging conditions. KEY FEATURES AND BENEFITS • Hydraulically or electrically operated • Dual channel controlled • Fail-safe architecture • Fully redundant primary and secondary load paths • SMART actuator digitally interfaces with aircraft FCC • Enhanced failure monitoring • Meets latest certification requirements Through an extensive heritage and strategic investment in research and development projects, we ensure that our THSA technology stays advanced. Such projects include state-of-the-art electro-mechanical THSAs, in a complete range of hydraulic THSAs – from 3,000 psi to 5,000psi mechanically fly-by-wire driven. Optimize your aircraft system architecture with our hydraulic fly-by-wire or electro mechanical actuator solutions


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