Secondary Battery - Electric Actuators

Electric linear actuators can push, pull, or transfer workloads differently than pneumatic actuators.  Pneumatic actuators rely on relatively crude devices such as rubber cushions or shock absorbers, pressure regulators, and flow restricting fittings at the port to control their motion.  By contrast, an electric actuator employs an electronically controlled motor and ballscrew to deliver a precise motion profile through acceleration, speed, and deceleration.  Further, the controller can integrate multiple "stop" positions along the actuator's stroke with high precision and repeatability.

The 25A- series variations are compatible with secondary battery manufacturing for electronics automotive, and other vehicle types.  Design goals include eliminating copper (Cu) and Zinc (Zn) material where possible and employing a low dew point grease that retains lubricity even in low manufacturing temperatures.  Please note that copper and zinc materials are used for the motors, cables, controllers and drivers.