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Linear servo motors are electromagnetic devices that convert electrical energy into mechanical motion in a linear direction. They are similar to traditional rotary servo motors but are designed to provide linear motion instead of rotational motion.

Linear servo motors consist of a stator, which is the stationary part of the motor, and a forcer (also known as a mover or translator), which is the moving part of the motor. The forcer is typically made up of a permanent magnet and is connected to the load that needs to be moved.

The stator contains coils that generate a magnetic field when current is applied to them. This magnetic field interacts with the magnetic field of the forcer, causing it to move based on the direction and magnitude of the applied current. By applying currents to different coils in a coordinated manner, precise and smooth linear motion can be achieved.

Technical parameters of Linear Motors: High Thrust Series for Clean Environment
Model Number TML135-CR-PM090 TM135-CR-PM130 TML170-CR-PM250 TML170-CR-PM400 TML170-CR-PM250
Positioning Repeatability(mm) ±0.002 ±0.002 ±0.002 ±0.002 ±0.002
Continuous Thrust(N) 90 130 250 400 750
Max Thrust(N) 270 390 750 1200 2250
Continuous Load(kgs) 20 30 50 80 150
Max Acceleration Speed (G) 3 3 3 3 3
Max Speed(mm/s) 2500 2500 2500 2500 2500
Standard Stroke(mm) 0-5500 0-5500 0-5500 0-5500 0-5500
Feedback Ruler Manufacturer Germany siko /  Spain FAGOR
Reading Head MSK200-1-0107 / EXA
Feedback Ruler Resolution(mm) 0.0005/0.001
Linear Guide Rail  (mm) 15×12.5-2 15×12.5-2 15×12.5-2 15×12.5-2 20×15.5-2
Linear Servo Motors
Linear Servo Motors

One of the advantages of linear servo motors is their high dynamic performance. They are capable of rapid acceleration and deceleration, making them suitable for applications that require quick and precise movements. They also offer high positioning accuracy and repeatability, allowing for precise positioning of the load.

Linear servo motors are commonly used in various industrial applications such as CNC machines, robotics, semiconductor manufacturing, packaging equipment, and medical devices. They can be found in applications where linear motion is required, such as linear stages, linear actuators, and linear positioning systems.

In summary, linear servo motors are electromechanical devices that provide linear motion by converting electrical energy into mechanical motion. They offer high dynamic performance, precise positioning, and are widely used in various industrial applications.

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