MA6
Series

Atuadores lineares

Linear Actuator For Agriculture With IP69K | MA6 - TiMOTION

The MA6 series linear actuator, designed by TiMOTION, offers exceptional water ingress protection, available with up to IP67 and IP68 ratings. With a maximum push/pull force of 8,000N, the MA6 is a robust yet agile solution for applications requiring heavy-duty performance and exceptional durability. Additionally, the MA6 has an optional T-Smart version. Embedded with a driver board, the MA6 allows for easy integration with a variety of control interfaces, eliminating the need for an external control box.

The MA6 is available in two T-Smart alternatives:
1)    T-Smart Advanced
The actuator is controlled by an embedded PCBA, providing advanced functionality and real-time feedback.

The T-Smart Advanced configuration allows for synchronization of up to 8 actuators, as well as providing accurate position feedback through a variety of options (Hall, Hall-Pot., PWM). 

*TiMOTION’s software program, PGMA, exclusively supports the T-smart Advanced configuration, providing the user autonomy to adjust many parameters such as speed, stroke limits, soft-stop, soft-start, and much more. 

2)    T-Smart Bus Communication
The actuator is controlled by the customer's control system, such as their ECU or PLC.

-SAE J1939: This protocol provides seamless integration with CAN bus SAE J1939 interfaces, the standardized communication protocol commonly implemented in off-road vehicles and other industrial applications.

-Modbus: This is a serial communication protocol predominantly used in industrial automation and process control. The T-Smart Modbus protocol can be smoothly incorporated into existing industrial systems through its interface.

Recursos Gerais

  • Carga máxima: 8 000 N (impulso/tração)

  • Velocidade máxima com carga máxima: 6.2mm/s

  • Velocidade máxima sem carga: 64mm/s

  • Dimensão mínima de instalação: ≥ Curso + 162mm

  • Classe de protecção (IP): IP69K

  • Curso: 25~1000mm

  • Saídas de sinal: Hall sensor(s), mechanical Pot., adjustable Reed switch, NPN Hall sensors

  • Tensão máxima do motor: 12/24V CC; 12/24V CC (PTC)

  • Intervalo de temperatura de funcionamento: -40˚C~ +85˚C

  • Intervalo de temperatura operacional com desempenho total: +5°C~+45°C

  • Função manual

Standard Dimension (mm)

 

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