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Exlar Tritex T2X
Linear servo actuator

  • Integrated servo drive 230Vac
  • Continuous force up to 14,3 kN
  • 450 mm stroke - 953 mm/s
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Exlar Tritex-II lineair-ac servoactuator integrated controller

Compact electric 230 Vac actuators with peak forces up to 32 kN. Existing of a linear roller screw transmission in an AC powered servo drive, with digital position controller, brushless motor and linear actuator in one sealed package. Direct connection to 240 V power.

Incorporate a fully electronic solution in the space of your existing hydraulic or pneumatic cylinder or eliminate troublesome ball screw actuators.

3 sizes (75, 90 en 115 mm).

Power: 1 x 230 Vac (100-240 Vac), including filter.

Max. speed: 950 mm/s.

Max. force 16 kN continuous, 32 kN peak.

Stroke lengths up to 450 mm.

Hall effect, incemental encoder or absolute position feedback.

Easy to control software tool including:

  • programmeerbare I/O's
  • homing
  • jogging
  • teachmode
  • proportional control with analog input

Protection class IP54 or IP65.

RS485 (Modbus RTU) for programming and monitoring.

Available bus systems:

  • Modbus TCP
  • Ethernet IP
  • CANopen
  • Profinet I/O

LED displays.

8 digital inputs
4 digital outputs
1 analog input (+/- 10V)
1 analog output (0-10V or +10V/-10V)
Optional analog in-/output 4-20 mA

  • Quick response, short lines
  • Renowned manufacturers
  • Profound product knowledge
  • High reliability

We supply slewing ring bearings, oscillating mountings, tensioner devices from stock and we also have spiral bevel gearboxes, servo gears and electromechanical actuators in our delivery program.

In addition we also select and offer the right components and systems for motion control solutions, such as servo gear motors, linear servo actuators and complete XYZ cartesian systems.

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