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The linear module of Belt Driven Actuators driven by synchronous belt is one of the most important and widely used linear modules in Tallman Robotics series. The product has exquisite and compact design, large single bearing density, reliable and stable operation, roller guidance and synchronous belt drive. The product has obtained high positioning accuracy and dynamic response characteristics。

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Belt Driven Actuators from Tallman Robotics Limited  is a precise linear module for  horizontal and vertical movement. Its precise and compact design, simple installation method and long-life characteristics make it like a fish in water in the application of vertical lifting. At the same time, Timing belt actuator can be applied to the operation and design of independent free tasks of multiple sliders in the horizontal direction, which is as convenient to use as multiple flexible gear sliders running on the rack

Linear module of our Belt Driven Actuators is an automatic upgrading unit following linear guide rail, linear motion module and ball screw linear transmission mechanism. Linear and curvilinear load movement can be realized through the combination of multiple units, which can be more flexible and more accurate positioning. Linear module is a kind of mechanical equipment to realize linear reciprocating motion. It is composed of aluminum profile, connecting shaft, screw, synchronous belt, linear guide rail, photoelectric switch and other main components. It is divided into screw type and synchronous belt type. Two different types are suitable for different production environments. It is usually used for handling up, down, shifts and other factory work.

Belt Actuators
Belt Actuators

European Gauge Belt Driven Long Stroke Actuators for Clean Environment

Model NoMotor






Timing Belt Specification

Max Load  (kgs)Max Stroke (mm) at max speed  (mm/s)Rated



guide rail

Width (mm)Decele

ration ration












































3:150425500mm at 2500mm/S59 









5:1301255500mm at 1500mm/S99
7:121.432595500mm at 1071.5mm/S139
10:11550145500mm at 750mm/S199




3:1501275500mm at 2500mm/S159
5:13034155500mm at 1500mm/S265
7:121.4365245500mm at 1071.5mm/S372
10:11565385500mm at 750mm/S531



3:15023135500mm at 2500mm/S300
5:13065285500mm at 1500mm/S500
7:121.4365455500mm at 1071.5mm/S700
10:11565655500mm at 750mm/S1000









































3:166.66215500mm at 3333mm/S44 









5:140735500mm at 2000mm/S74
7:128.51465500mm at 1425mm/S104
10:1202895500mm at 1000mm/S149




3:166.66745500mm at 3333mm/S120
5:14019105500mm at 2000mm/S199
7:128.538165500mm at 1425mm/S279
10:12076265500mm at 1000mm/S398



3:166.661385500mm at 3333mm/S225
5:14036185500mm at 2000mm/S375
7:128.571305500mm at 1425mm/S525
10:12080505500mm at 1000mm/S750

Belt Actuators: An Essential Component In Industrial Automation

Belt actuators are an essential component in industrial automation. They are used in a wide variety of applications, such as material handling, pick and place, packaging, and assembly.
Belt actuators are available in a wide range of sizes and configurations to suit any application. They can be linear or rotary, and can be operated manually or automatically.
Tallman Robotics is a leading supplier of belt actuators and other industrial automation components. We have a wide range of products to suit any application. Contact us today to learn more about our products and how we can help you automate your processes.

What are belt actuators?

Belt actuators are a type of industrial automation component that are used to convert rotary or linear motion from one source of energy into powered motion. They are generally used in industrial robotics and automation systems for a variety of applications including material handling, pick and place, packaging, and assembly. Belt actuators provide controlled, reliable motion that can be used to move items from one place to another. Belt actuators are typically driven by a motor or hydraulic system, although manually operated belt actuators are also available. The motor or hydraulic system is connected to an actuator belt, which is connected to the part to be moved. The belt wraps around the load and provides motion as it is driven by the motor or hydraulic system. This motion is typically linear or rotary, depending on the application.

How do belt actuators work?

Belt drive modules are usually driven by a motor or hydraulic system, which is connected to the actuator belt. The belt wraps around the load and converts the motor or hydraulic system’s rotary or linear motion into powered motion, moving the load with precision and accuracy. Some belt actuators are manually operated and can be manually positioned using the belt to move the load anywhere a user desires. The belt is connected to two pulleys, and the position of the belt can be adjusted by turning the pulley in the desired direction. Manual belt actuators are ideal for lightweight objects and are great for controlled motion over short distances.

The benefits of belt actuators

Belt drive linear modules offer a variety of benefits to industrial automation applications. For example, they provide precise, accurate motion control that can be used to move items from one place to another with speed and accuracy. They are also highly reliable, meaning they are less likely to fail under heavy loads or in difficult conditions. Belt actuators are also very versatile and can be used for a variety of applications. They can be used for both linear and rotary motion, making them suitable for a wide range of applications. Additionally, they are very low maintenance and require little to no servicing for most applications.

The key features of belt actuators

Belt drive linear actuators are very feature-rich, offering a variety of features that make them a great choice for industrial automation applications. They are highly reliable, meaning they will perform consistently over long periods of time. Belt actuators are also designed with safety in mind. They come with safety guards to protect the users and other personnel from potential hazards. Additionally, they are designed to be highly configurable and can be tailored to the specific needs of a particular application.

The types of belt actuators

There are two main types of belt drive actuators – linear and rotary. Linear belt actuators are designed to move items in a straight line, while rotary belt actuators are designed to rotate items in a circular motion. These two types of actuators vary in size and power, and the right type of actuator for your application will depend on the size and weight of the items to be moved, as well as your desired speed and accuracy.

How to select the right belt actuator for your application

When selecting a belt actuator for your application, it is important to consider a few key factors. The size and weight of the items to be moved is an important factor, as this will help you determine the required size and power of the actuator. Additionally, you must consider the speed and accuracy needed for your application, as this will determine the type of actuator you need. When selecting a belt actuator, it is also important to consider your budget, as this will help you determine the type of actuator that is right for your application. Additionally, you should consider the safety requirements of your application, as this will help you select an actuator that is designed with safety in mind.

Applications of belt actuators

Belt drive linear modules are used in a variety of industrial automation applications, such as material handling, pick and placements, packaging, and assembly. They are also used in automotive, aerospace, and military applications, as well as various medical and laboratory applications. Belt actuators can be used to move or rotate small items with speed and accuracy, making them ideal for applications where quick, precise motion is required. Additionally, they are highly reliable, meaning they perform consistently and reliably over long periods of time.

The future of belt actuators

Belt driven linear modules are a key component of industrial automation, and as such, their future is bright. advances in technology, such as the development of more powerful and efficient motors, will make belt actuators even more important in the automation world. As automation continues to evolve, belt actuators will no doubt become even more versatile and powerful than ever before. This could lead to their use in even more applications, such as agriculture, food processing, and warehousing. The possibilities are truly endless.