Mini Rotary Plastic Electric Actuator introduction
A mini rotary plastic electric actuator is a compact and lightweight electric actuator that is designed for use in applications where space is limited. This actuator is made of high-quality plastic materials that make it resistant to corrosion and wear. It is also designed to be energy efficient, making it an ideal choice for applications where energy consumption is a concern.
Features of a Mini Rotary Plastic Electric Actuator
Some of the key features of a mini rotary plastic electric actuator include:
Compact and lightweight design
Corrosion and wear-resistant plastic materials
High energy efficiency
Easy installation and maintenance
Low noise operation
Various control options, including on/off and modulating control
Advantages of a Mini Rotary Plastic Electric Actuator
The mini rotary plastic electric actuator offers several advantages over other types of actuators, including:
Space-saving design: The compact and lightweight design of this actuator makes it ideal for use in applications where space is limited.
Corrosion-resistant: The plastic materials used in the construction of this actuator make it highly resistant to corrosion, which extends its service life.
Energy-efficient: The energy-efficient design of this actuator helps to reduce energy consumption and lower operating costs.
Low noise operation: This actuator operates quietly, making it an ideal choice for applications where noise levels need to be kept to a minimum.
|Mini Rotary Plastic Electric Actuator
|DC 24V, AC 110V, AC 220V, AC 380V
|Induction Motor (Reversible Motor)
|Continuous Position Indicator
|Die-casting Aluminum Alley
|360° any available direction
Mini Rotary Plastic Electric Actuator Selection
Electric Actuator FAQ
Q1:Motor Don’t Run ?
A1:Check Power Supply Normal or not , Voltage Normal or not.
Check input Sinal.
Check the control box and Motor damage or not.
Q2: The input signal doesn’t conform with opening ?
A2: Check Input Signal.
Readjust Multiplying-power to zero position.
Readjust the Potentiometer gear.
Q3: No Opening Signal ?
A3: Check Wiring.