Electric actuator Electrak® MD series
linearfor aircraftcompact

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Characteristics

Type
electric
Movement
linear
Applications
for aircraft
Other characteristics
compact
Stroke

Max.: 300 mm (11.811 in)

Min.: 50 mm (1.969 in)

Description

Designed as a smaller sibling to the Electrak HD actuator, these smart electric linear actuators pack a big punch relative to their compact size and dutifully perform in the harshest environments without the need for service or maintenance. Onboard controls open the door to a wide range of possibilities, including CAN bus options and low-level switching with or without position feedback. Electrak MD Feature Highlights: • - Onboard electronics • - Built-in J1939 CAN bus • - Overload protection • - Electronic trip point calibration • - End-of-stroke, voltage, current monitoring • - Standard anti-rotation actuation • - CE, RoHS, REACH (CU) compliant • - Dynamic motor braking • - Self-locking lead nut • - Temperature monitoring • - Temperature compensation • - Flying lead cables Electrak MD Electronics Options: • - EXX: Monitoring System (EMS) only • - EXP: EXX+Analog Position Output • - LXX: EXX+Low Level Signal Switching • - LLX: EXX+LXX+End of Stroke Output • - LXP: EXX+LXX+Analog Position Output • - CNO: Can Bus J1939 Control + Open Loop Speed Control • - XXX = Internal End-of-Stroke Limit Switches • - XXP = XXX + Analog (Potentiometer) Position Output • - LLP = LLX + Analog (Potentiometer) Position Output Electrak MD Applications: • - Automated Guided Vehicles • - Logistics Trains • Workstations • - Packaging Machines • - Agricultural Vehicles • - Agricultural Vehicles • - Gardening and Landscaping Vehicles • - Seeding, Watering and Fertilizing Machines

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