ANAHEIM AUTOMATION
Linear Actuators

Anaheim Automation offers a wide variety of competitively-priced Linear
Actuator products which are ideal for lab and biotech automation, inspection
stations, part scanning, pick-and-place, liquid dispensing, part insertion, or
any application requiring reliability and precision in linear positioning. We offer
multiple linear actuator products, providing solutions for low-, mid-,
or heavy-duty applications requiring standard or high-precision
positioning, with travel attachment options to suit your
motion-control needs.



Anaheim Automation offers cost-effective linear actuator solutions for applications in which precise control and long-lasting performance are required. With low motor inertia for faster acceleration and high accuracy, these devices reduce energy consumption and operating costs by virtue of their simple, efficient design. We offer a wide range of standard actuators, as well as custom options. Contact one of our applications engineers for assistance with selecting the most suitable model for your project. Read More >>



What is a linear actuator?

A linear actuator is an electromechanical device which translates rotary motion from a motor into linear displacement.

What are linear actuators used for? Which linear actuator is best for my project?

  • Belt-driven linear actuators are designed for high-speeds and light loads, and are suitable only for low-inertial loads. Common applications for belt actuators include automated windows and doors, high-speed data acquisition, and scanning devices.

  • Screw-driven linear actuators are suitable for low-speeds, heavy loads, and high-inertial loads. These devices are typically used in positioning equipment, CNC machines, and anywhere else slow point-to-point movement is required.

  • Rod-style linear actuators excel at lifting and thrusting applications, with thrust-bearings built into the actuators themselves. They are similar to screw-driven tables in terms of speed, load, positioning, and accuracy capabilities. Rod actuators offer a compact, collapsible design great for projects where space constraints are a concern.

  • Linear servos are capable of bearing heavy loads at a wide range of speeds (1 to 3,000 mm/sec) and are able to handle high-inertial loads while delivering accurate force. Linear servos are typically used in high-precision, heavy-load and high-inertial load applications, as well as in precision-torque and positioning applications.


screw-driven-linear-actuators
Starting
at:
$528
  • Max speeds up to 1,500 mm/sec
  • Dynamic loads up to 8,000 lbs
  • Stroke lengths from 10 to 1,240 in
  • Ball screw and Acme screw type available
belt-driven-actuators
Starting
at:
$785
  • Speeds up to 100 in/sec
  • Dynamic loads up to 200 lbs
  • Stroke lengths from 12 to 48 in
  • Compatible with any NEMA 23 motor,
    or any 60mm frame servo motor


rod-style-linear-actuators
Starting
at:
$149
  • Max speeds up to 1,500 mm/sec
  • Dynamic loads up to 8,000 lbs
  • Stroke lengths from 10 to 1,240 in
  • Ball screw and Acme screw type available
linear-servo
Starting
at:
$372
  • Peak forces up to 3,558 N
  • Coils feature an I-Beam Design
  • Assembly heights of 52 to 480 mm
  • Magnet lengths from 120 to 480 mm
    (stackable for longer lengths)

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