Moticont Introduces DDLM Linear Actuator Series

DDLM Linear Actuator Series

DDLM Linear Actuator Series

October 20, 2021—
Moticont has introduced their highest force linear actuator in their DDLM Linear Actuator Series.  The DDLM-038-051-01 Linear Actuator is a low cost non-commutated linear actuator that is easily integrated into new and existing applications, and is the ideal choice when upgrading from a pneumatic system. Compact, clean, and quiet, this fully enclosed linear actuator, also referred to as an electric cylinder, is 1.500 in. (38.1 mm) in diameter with a housing length of 2.00 in. (50.4 mm) long. Developing 3.1 lbs (14.0 N) of continuous force and 9.9 lbs (44.1 N) of peak force at 10% duty cycle, it has a stroke of 0.375 in. (9.5 mm).  Zero cogging and direct coupling of the actuator to the load results in zero backlash and allows for smooth, high acceleration/deceleration, and high speed positioning.  

The 0.250 in. (6.4 mm) diameter shaft has an internal thread on each end, a total length of 3.8.75 in (98.4 mm), and extends 1.375 in. (34.9 mm) past the mounting ends of the actuator. The shaft extends thru the 9/16-18 UNF x 0.250 (6.4 mm) long threaded stud at each end of the housing which can be used for mounting the DDLM-038-051-01 Linear Actuator. Long life plain linear bearings support the internal shaft at both end of the actuator and can tolerate a side load up to 5.4 lb (24.0 N). Internal return springs are available as an option.

Highly controllable force, stroke length and speed, low noise, and maintenance free, the DDLM-038-051-01 can be used with a position sensor and controller for the high repeatability, accuracy, and high throughput of a closed loop servo system. 

The DDLM-038-051-01 Linear Actuator is just one of a wide range of linear actuators available from Moticont. For assistance in selecting the best linear actuator for a specific application such as: Life support, reagent dispensing, sampling, sorting, assembly, valve actuation, or positioning contact the Moticont sales team.