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Original Line Electric® Thruster

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Original Line Electric® Thruster Catalog Robust performance with precision control

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Original Line Electric® Thruster (OLET) actuators are alternatives to pneumatic thrusters where plant air quality or compressor availability is not available or lacking and where portability and precise control and positioning are needed. The model above is OLET-1508-16S-MP-P2-AP; 150 series, 8 inch stroke, reverse parallel motor mount, 0.16 inch lead. The self locking thread holds the rod in position, even with no power to the motor. Using a 23-frame stepper, the actuator is capable of about 150 pounds thrust at 1 inch/second, or 50 pounds at about 6 inches/second. Two other leads enable...

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Bimba’s Original Line Electric® Thruster Actuators are designed, built, and tested to provide the longest life, greatest durability, highest speed, highest side load capability, and greatest thrust per dollar. They are ideal for applications where side loading is present and for those requiring greater control for enhanced flexibility. OLET actuators can adapt to applications that utilize our Original Line pneumatic thruster cylinders, and are available without motors (sized for steppers or servos), with integral step motors, and also with matching step drives. Many popular standard...

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Bimba Original Line Electric® Thruster Actuators Standard (-BS, -AS) Bearing Advantages • Highest side load capability • Heavy Duty version for extreme loads • General Duty version for typical load- ing applications • Space saving options -General Duty width savings -Heavy Duty length savings Large diameter chrome plated 303 stainless steel shafts • Composite bearing ideal for dirty environments Standard duty mounting • Available in three bore sizes • Long stroke lengths available as standard Composite bearings • Compatible magnetic switches for position sensing and homing available Clear...

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Bimba Original Line Electric® Thruster Actuators Precision (-AP) and Harsh Environment (-BH) Bearing Advantages • High side load capability Chrome plated steel shafts • Heavy Duty version for extreme loads • General Duty version for typical load- ing applications General duty mounting Harsh environment bearing Black anodized aluminum housing • Space saving options -General Duty width savings -Heavy Duty length savings • Precision recirculating ball bearings • Harsh-environment bearing available • Long stroke lengths available as stan- dard • Available with most Bimba Stepper or Servo motors...

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Bimba Original Line Electric® Thruster Actuators Stainless Steel Tooling Plate (ST) Adapter Plate Part Number Part Number OLET actuators are designed for 1500 miles life at continuous duty, 23° C (73° F), clean dry environment, and 15% below the published speed/thrust curve. Higher ambient temperatures, higher speeds, higher loads, and the presence of moisture and contaminants will cause accelerated wear. The actual life of the actuator in an application is dependent upon all these factors which must be considered prior to sizing the actuator. All product is sold F.O.B. shipping point....

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'Self-locking threads 2Inches per revolution of screw 3Amount of end play on screw. Low backlash designs are available. Contact Technical Support. 4Inertia is given per inch of stroke Caution! When specifying actuator stroke, always add at least 1/8 inch to the full stroke required in your application. The actuator should not reach mechanical end of stroke during extend or retract. Repeatedly reaching mechanical end of stroke, especially under load at operating speeds, may damage the actuator. Sizing your actuator and specifying the right motor The following procedure is for sizing an...

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Bimba Original Line Electric Actuators Bimba Original Line Electric® Thruster Actuators Thrust vs. Torque Speed Versus Thrust 75 75 Speed versus Thrust, No Motor Speed versus Thrust, No Motor OLE-75 Thrust versus Torque OLE-75 Thrust versus Torque 80 .125" Lead .500" Lead .750" Lead OLE-150 Thrust versus Torque OLE-150 Thrustversus Torque Motor Torque (oz-in) 350 Speed versus Thrust, No Motor 350 Speed versus Thrust, No Motor OLE-350 Thrust versus Torque OLE-350 Thrust versus Torque 350 Motor Torque(oz-in) 150 Speed versus Thrust, No Motor 150 Speed versus Thrust, No Motor Torque (oz-in)...

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Bimba Original Line Electric Bimba Original Line Electric Actuators ® 0 Thruster Actuators 0 Actuator Speed (inches/second) Actual Speed versus Motor RPM RPM Actuator Speed versus Actual Speed versus Motor RPM RPM Actuator Speed versus Self-lockingleads Self-locking Leads Actuator Speed (inches/second) Actual Speed versus Motor RPM RPM Actuator Speed versus 6000 Actuator Speed (inches/second) Actuator Speed (inches/second)

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'Self-locking threads 2Inches per revolution of screw 3Amount of end play on screw 4Inertia is given per inch of stroke 5Inertia for motor by itself 6For drive sizing for actuators suppled without drives Caution! When specifying actuator stroke before ordering, always add at least 1/8 inch to the full stroke required in your application. The actuator should not reach mechanical end of stroke during extend or retract. Repeatedly reaching mechanical end of stroke, especially under load at operating speeds, may damage the actuator.

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'Self-locking threads 2Inches per revolution of screw 3Amount of end play on screw 4Inertia for reverse parallel option 5Inertia is given per inch of stroke "Inertia for motor by itself 7For drive sizing for actuators suppled without drive Caution! When specifying actuator stroke before ordering, always add at least 1/8 inch to the full stroke required in your application. The actuator should not reach mechanical end of stroke during extend or retract. Repeatedly reaching mechanical end of stroke, especially under load at operating speeds, may damage the actuator.

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