Universal Gear-Driven 12V, 110 lb Linear Actuator, 4 Inch Stroke
Micro Sprint, 5.25" Overall Height, 3.13" Base Length, 1.63" Base Width, .78" Base Diameter
- Engineered to extend a shaft with 110 lbs. of force
- These 12V actuators are a universal design for custom installation and operation in countless applications
- Features built-in limit switches and a ACME dive system
- Has a IP 63 dust and water resistant rating
- Measures 10-1/4" x 1-1/2" x 3" and weighs approximately 2-3 lbs.
Linear actuators are gear-driven drive motors that extend a shaft with 110 lbs. of force. Our 12V actuators are a universal design for custom installation and operation in countless applications. With built-in limit switches, ACME dive system, and a IP 63 dust and water resistant rating, they are ideal for automotive applications (trunk, hood, doors, etc.) as well as electric wing sliders for Mini Sprints.
Available in 4", 6" or 8" strokes.
- Load Capacity - 110 pounds
- Static Load - 550 pounds
- Speed at Max Load - 0.50 in/sec
- Reccomended Fuse - 10 Amp
- IP Grade - IP 63-total dust protection, water resistant
- Pin Holes: 1/4"
- Retracted Length: 246 mm (9.69")
- Shaft Diameter: 20.1 mm (.792")
- Size: 10-1/4" x 1-1/2" x 3"
- Weighs approx. 2-3 lbs
Wiring Schematic (GIF)
When using momentary toggle or rocker switch (such as our # 913-64382), wire as follows:
To extend actuator:
Black wire – 12V pos
Red wire - ground
To retract actuator:
Black wire – ground
Red wire - 12V pos
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