Power Transmission, Actuators & Mechanics
Power transmission systems power your electronic devices and are made up of one or more, synchronized actuators that turn input energy into output movement to complete tasks.
An actuator is a component of a machine that is responsible for moving and controlling a mechanism or system. In other words, it moves things throughout your power transmission systems.
In the industrial world, there are a number of actuator types, including mechanical actuators, ball screw or lead screw actuators, wheel and axle actuators, cam actuators, and more.
Click the links below to learn more about the leading power transmission systems, actuators, and mechanics equipment available today, manufactured by our member companies:
- actuators & gear motors
- ball screws & lead screws
- clutches & brakes
- coupling & collars
- gear boxes, gear motors & speed reducers
- high-precision stages & air bearing systems
- linear guides, bearings & shafting
- positioning slides & linear units
Ball Screws & Lead Screws
Clutches / Brakes
Coupling / Collars
Gearboxes / Gear Motors / Speed Reducers
High Precision Stages / Air Bearing Systems
Linear Guides / Bearings / Shafting
Positioning Slides / Linear Units
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The actuator features an integrated servo drive utilizing CANopen® communication. This evolutionary product eliminates the need for an external drive and greatly improves wiring while retaining high-positional accuracy and torsional stiffness in a compact housing. Ideal for use in robotics.