1) Used for electric window
2) Max Speed: 40mm/s
3) 100mm to 330mm stroke
4) CE, RoHS Certificate
Specifications of FY017 Linear Actuator:
Name: Linear Actuator
Input Voltage: 12V or 24V DC
Max Load Capacity: 750N
Max Speed: 40mm/s
Standard Stroke: 100 - 330mm
Min Install Dimension: Stroke + 110mm (Option)
Limit Switches: Inner
Type of duty: S2-10min
Operation Temperature: -26 Centigrade ~ 65 Centigrade
Noise:<50dB (full load)
Protection Class: IP54
- Q:which of the following electrical equipment cannot convert a.c into d.c?
- diode, true converter: vague term that can mean anything. AC-DC converter, DC-AC converter, voltage converter, frequency converter, etc. transformer, false mercury-arc rectifier, true But note that common use of the word transformer is as a power supply that generates DC from AC, so in that sense true could apply here. .
- Q:Electrical Code question?
- It probably depends on the location of the disconnect switch for conveinice. Is the disconnect switch like a small breaker box? If so the GFCI could be located there, unless the regulations say otherwise.
- Q:Please help What is it actually meant by 'rated' here in this context? Thanks?
- Safety rated by an organization that issues such ratings such as UL or FM
- Q:Will I get interference if I run an electrical wire and speaker wire through the same conduit?
- You best safe guard is to use UTP for the wiring - that way you will be sure there will be no hassles
- Q:Information on Electrical Shock-Help please!?
- If you say the baby is moving, and acting normally as he has been doing in the last few weeks, the chances of something being wrong is pretty slim. Also, like the others have said, please confront the restaurant employees or manager, shocking a normal person can be bad enough. But when you are pregnant at 31 weeks, its almost like planned abortion. Definitely confront them, as it could earn loads of compensation which could help with the baby.
- Q:reviews on the mercedes c230 kompressor coupe?
- This Site Might Help You. RE: reviews on the mercedes c230 kompressor coupe? Hi, I was wondering if anyone had any information on this car (specifically around a 2003 model) because I was planning to purchase one. From searching on google all I could manage to find was that they were sturdy, safe cars that cost a lot to repair, which I figured since it's a mercedes.
- Q:what are things that harm the environment?
- Wood fires are one of the worst polluters, and ironically they are what environmentalists approve of, shows just what they know about the climate! Carbon is sequested into timer, so burning it just releases the carbon again.
- Q:electrical engineering interview for city water district?
- The water district is a public utility. If they did not need someone with your skills, they would not have asked you for an interview. They use a lot of pumps, motors, and other electrical equipment. good luck with your interview.
- Q:what are the rules and regulations for a photo studio? uk?
- You would need the lighting equipment PAT tested (all 'portable' electrical equipment is required to be tested, this means everything that has a plug attached). This need to be done by a qualified electrician. You'd need public liability insurance (I would imagine the Garden Centre would require this of you as part of the lease). Disability access would need to be ensured. In terms of toilets, wash hand basins, I would imagine that the Garden Centre have facilities for public use of these on the premises, you would not need to provide these as you are not providing refreshments - this is in effect a non-food retail/service use. You'd best be advised to do a risk assessment of the procedure so that any risks/hazards are identified and removed/minimised. This should be clearly documented and reviewed regularly. You have a duty of care under the Health Safety at Work Act 1974 to protect the 'health, safety welfare' of members of the public and a RA is a way of showing how you have done that. You would also need to ensure compliance with RIDDOR (Reporting of Injuries, Diseases Dangerous Occurrences Regulations) if anyone is injured on your premises. Have an accident book document any accidents/near misses. When you do you risk assessment you would need to cover things like trip hazards, risk of electrical shock, falling light stands etc etc to ensure that its all covered. I would recommend visiting the Local Council where you live asking to speak to the Environmental Health Office in Health and Safety. They would be the enforcing Authority for Health Safety matters. They can probably give you some advisory leaflets. In terms of payment, a credit card machine would be more secure and convenient. It will cost money from the card issuers though. You don't HAVE to have one, but many people would prefer the convenience of paying that way. IF you handle cash/cheques, there is more of a risk of loss.
- Q:How can I strengthen a magnet?
- Some products use magnetism in their construction. Magnetic earrings or aquarium cleaning products, for example, often employ two strong magnets to hold parts of the product together, allowing them to cling to the ear or slide up and down an aquarium wall. When permanent magnets become too weak to function, something must be done. Fortunately, there are a few ways to make your magnets stronger.Test your magnet. Place it on a vertical metallic surface, if it starts to slide down the metal, it is weak. Try to pull it off--if there is very little resistance, it's weak. The harder it is to pull off the metal, the stronger the magnetism. If you have a weak magnet, it has either always been weak or has steadily weakened over time. If it has always been weak, there is very little you can do. Discard it and focus on strengthening any magnets that have grown weak over time.
Our company owns several automatic production lines and enough experience in the production and research of linear actuators and controllers. Our products are popularized in many occasions when need to be implemented with rectilinear motion such as electrical nursing beds, operational beds, traction beds, massage chairs, dental chairs, electrical sofas and show-cases. These products can adjust heights, move between front and behind, as well as angle change, which take the place of gas springs as well as AC decelerators.
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20.00% Southern Europe
20.00% Eastern Europe
20.00% Southeast Asia
10.00% Northern Europe
10.00% Mid East
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||3,000-5,000 square meters
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