"LD-ACME model linear actuator features an all-metal housing and is water-resistant and sealed against dust for rugged durability. 12V motor has 201 reduction gearbox that gives actuator a dynamic load rating of 110 lbs. and is rated to hold up to 500 lbs. when not moving. Use to raise and lower power equipment attachments, auto hoods and trunks, position solar panels, television lifts and many other applications around the home and farm. Unit can be controlled with a double pole, double throw switch or with the built-in position sensor and optional linear actuator programmable controller. Frame Material Aluminum, stainless steel, Power Volts 12, Application Actuator, Overall Dimensions L x W x H in. 8 1/4 x 1 1/2 x 3, Static Load Capacity lbs. 500, Dynamic Load Capacity lbs. 110, Gear Ratio 201, Stroke Length in. 2, Length Retracted in. 7 11/16. 2in. nominal/1.97in. actualstroke 12V motor 201 reduction gearbox 110-lb. dynamic load rating 500-lb. static load rating Extension speed is 0.39in./sec. at max. load Extension speed is 0.59in./sec. at no load 25 duty cycle 3.4 Amps at full load 0.6 Amps at no load IP65 enclosure Nonadjustable end stop limit switches simplify installation and wiring ACME drive for smooth, quiet operation 1/4in. mounting pin holes 7.68in. retracted length 0.787in. shaft diameter 8 1/4in.L x 1 1/2in.W x 3in.H overall Can be controlled with a double pole, double throw switch Can be controlled with built-in position sensor and optional linear actuator programmable controller"
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Customer Reviews for "110-Lb. Capacity Linear Actuator - 1.97in. Stroke, Model# LD-ACME"
Review 1 for "110-Lb. Capacity Linear Actuator - 1.97in. Stroke, Model# LD-ACME"
Great little actuators!
October 31, 2014
from Franklin, Kentucky
"I bought four of these actuators and wired them together in parallel (red wire to red wire and black to black) so that all four of them would work in unison. I did not use the positioning sensor wires for my application. The individual actuators extend (or retract) until they reach the end of their stroke and then they stop even if the power to the wires is still available. This is GREAT for wiring several actuators together, because when you provide power to the red and black wires, all of the actuators move together, YET if one moves faster than another, it simply stops when it reaches the end of it's stroke while the others "catch up" a moment later. All four of my actuators extend and retract at (nearly) the same speed, so it is only fractions of a second difference between the moment the first actuator reaches it's limit and the moment the last actuator reaches it's limit.
The motor is a simple 12vdc motor. Power to the red wire and ground to the black wire make the actuator move in one direction. Reversing the wires (power to black and ground to red moves the motor in the opposite direction.
These units are STRONG. In static mode (not moving) they will hold a lot of force before they move. They sound a bit mechanical when they move, similar to an electric can opener. They should not be used if SILENCE is important during the extension or retraction of the ram.
I have four of these, and four of the 3.93" units of the same design. They all work GREAT!"
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