Actuadores Lineales

Window System Actuators | VN1 - TiMOTION

El actuador eléctrico VN1 ha sido diseñado específicamente para sistemas de ventilación y extracción de humo para ayudar a eliminar rápidamente el humo, el calor y los gases tóxicos de los edificios públicos e industriales en caso de incendio.


También ayuda a limitar la capa de humo que puede depositarse en la parte inferior de una habitación. Diseñado con aluminio de alta calidad, el VN1 también es adecuado para aplicaciones como invernaderos. El VN1 está disponible en corriente continua de 12 o 24 V. La versión de corriente alterna está equipada con un transformador SMPS integrado.

Caracterísiticas Generales

  • Carga máxima: 3 500 N (empuje/tracción)

  • Velocidad máxima con carga máxima: 4.2mm/s

  • Velocidad máxima sin carga: 10.4mm/s

  • Longitud de montaje: ≥ 181mm (motor de CC, con/sin T-Smart; según las opciones escogidas); ≥ 401mm (motor de CA; según las opciones escogidas)

  • Clase de protección IP: IP66

  • Carrera: 20~500mm

  • Salidas de señales: Sensores Hall

  • Opciones: Tuerca de seguridad, mecanismo de cierre de la ventana, T-Smart

  • Tensión del motor: 12/24V CC; 100~240V CA (50Hz)

  • Color: Negro o gris

  • Rango de temperatura de trabajo: -15°C~+50°C

  • Rango de temperatura de operación a rendimiento máximo: +5°C~+45°C

Dimensions with DC Voltage (mm)




Dimensions with AC Voltage (mm)


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    TiMOTION works exclusively with Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs). Therefore, we do not stock, distribute, or sell any single product. For any questions, replacement, or purchase of an individual component, please contact your specific equipment manufacturer. Components are often covered by their warranty and may be available in stock for single unit distribution.

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