3548_0 - DC Linear Actuator P5H-10-300mm

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This heavy duty DC actuator has a stroke length of 300mm with a peak force of 750N and a peak speed of 10 mm/s.

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Product Features


This heavy duty DC actuator has a stroke length of 300mm with a peak force of 750N and a peak speed of 10 mm/s.
Product Description

The Sinokoko P5H series of linear actuators are high-torque DC motors geared to push or pull a load along the stroke of the actuator. This actuator comes with a built-in potentiometer, allowing your application to monitor the actuator's position.

The 3548 linear actuator has a stroke length of 300mm, can move at a rate of 10 mm/s and can extert up to 750N of force at lower speeds.



Motor Controller and Connection

The 3548 DC linear actuator connects to either of the following controllers:


If you decide to use the 1065, you can connect the integrated potentiometer by soldering the wires to a sensor cable and connecting it to one of the board's analog inputs. If you decide to use the 1064, you'll also need a device with an analog input to read the potentiometer.

3450Accessories

Wire Color Function
White Potentiometer Ground
Blue Potentiometer Wiper
Red Actuator Motor Power
Black Actuator Motor Power
Yellow Potentiometer Power
Resources



Product Specifications

Motor Properties

Motor Type DC Motor
Stroke Length 300 mm
Maximum Speed 10 mm/s
Peak Power Point 750 N

Electrical Properties

Rated Voltage 24 V DC
Potentiometer Impedance 5 kΩ

Physical Properties

Material Aluminium Alloy
Gear Train Material Powder Metallurgy
IP Rating IP56
Weight 1.2 kg
Operating Temperature Min -25 °C
Operating Temperature Max 65 °C



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Additional Information

SKU ES001876
Manufacturer Phidgets

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