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VOLUME -22 NUMBER 10
Publication Date: 10/1/2007
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Size 14 Hybrid Linear Actuators from Haydon
Hybrid linear actuators.
Waterbury, CT — Haydon Switch and Instrument, Inc. is introducing the 35000 series (Size 14) double stack hybrid linear actuators, which are reportedly based on some of the most advanced technology available today. This newest addition to the company's extensive hybrid motor line consists of linear actuators that occupy a minimal 1.4-in. (35mm) square space and include numerous patented innovations.
According to the company, the new actuators provide customers high performance, endurance and new linear motion design opportunities in a small package. The 35000 series double stack hybrid linear actuators are available in three designs: captive, non-captive and external linear versions.
The actuators are available in a wide variety of resolutions ranging from 0.0158 to 0.127mm per step, and deliver thrust voluntarily limited to 222 N to avoid compromising long life. These models can also be micro-stepped for even finer resolution. They use proprietary manufacturing processes which incorporate engineering thermoplastics in the rotor drive nut and a stainless steel acme lead screw engineered to assure reliability and performance. Typical applications include medical equipment, semiconductor handling, valve control, X-Y tables, handheld instruments and telecommunications. In addition to standard configurations, the company can custom design these actuators to meet specific application requirements.
For more information, contact: Haydon Switch & Instrument, Inc., 1500 Meriden Rd., Waterbury, CT 06705
800-243-2715 or 203-756-7441 fax: 203-756-8724 E-mail: email@example.com Web:
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