cyber® dynamic actuator L with ball screw
dynamic – high torque – efficient
The linear actuators in the cyber® dynamic line are ideally suited for precise and flexible position control. As servo motors with an integrated ball screw, they represent an energy efficient and maintenance free alternative to pneumatic cylinders. The version with a closed pushing rod as well as a built-in linear guidance and anti-rotation mechanism forms a very compact unit.
Optionally, the motors can be extended with a holding brake (size 40) in Inox and Hygienic design.
For a reduced project planning workload in your electrical design, the products are available in EPLAN.
With the cyber® dynamic actuators we are a worldwide partner in the Encompass program of Rockwell Automation.
The Energy Harvesting principle is a technology that can be used to realize miniaturized, maintenance-free and energy self-sufficient multiturn encoders. Read our whitepaper to find out how the technology is applied in a multiturn encoder system, what the advantages are of using such a system and how the new technology was successfully implemented.
With the linear actuators in the cyber® dynamic line, the screw is fully integrated in the actuator housing – the servo motor, spindle drive, linear guide and encoder system form a closed, highly integrated and ready-to-install unit. All sizes moreover feature an absolute encoder and are designed using EMC shielded, single-cable technology that is compatible with drag chains.
The small servo motors with integrated screw impress with their high power density and dynamics. Each of the four sizes has two different screw pitches, making them ideal for applications, which are either force- or speed optimized. The linear actuators additionally have a compact design, which results in much lower mass inertia than feasible, for instance, if the screw is simply attached to the servo motor.