Actuonix L16 Actuator 140mm 63:1 6V RC Control

ActuonixSKU: RB-Fir-137
Manufacturer #: L16-140-63-06-R

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  • Linear servo with a larger motor for increased force
  • Superior alternative to designing push/pull mechanisms
  • Maximum speed (no load): 20mm/s
  • Electrical stroke: 138mm

The Actuonix Technologies L16 Actuator 140mm 63:1 6V RC Control is the big brother of L12 series and features a larger motor for increased force. These linear servos operate as a direct replacement for standard analog rotary servos. They use the same standard 3 wire connector, ground power and control. The L16 servo will function in place of a regular servo, but with the added benefit of providing linear motion. These hobby grade units are constructed using an anodized aluminum shaft, metal gearbox, steel screw and steel ball bearings.

NOTE: The L16-R will not operate plug-and-play with Futaba receivers such as the R6014FS that output 2.7 volts. You will need a Smart Fly Power Expander or Orbit Power Jack to bring the signal level up to 6vdc for the L16-R to operate.

  • Peak power point: 75N @10mm/s
  • Peak efficiency point: 38N @15mm/s
  • Maximum force (lifted): 100N
  • Back drive force: 46N
  • Mass: 84g
  • Positional accuracy: 0.5mm
  • Max side load (extended): 20N
  • Feedback potentiometer: 25kΩ±30%
  • Input voltage: 6V
  • Stall current: 650mA

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Great Product

These work just as they advertise. It is a nice way to get linear motion with a standard servo interface. I used it with ST's Nucleo F446 board using GNAT Ada software and it was very easy to get working with my normal servo drivers.

Bon produit

Ceux-ci fonctionnent exactement comme ils annoncent. C'est un bon moyen d'obtenir un mouvement linéaire avec une interface servo standard. Je l'ai utilisé avec la carte Nucleo F446 de ST avec le logiciel GNAT Ada et il était très facile de travailler avec mes pilotes de servo normaux.

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