As if by superpower, SCHUNK’s magnetic grippers move ferromagnetic components in any position and size. It doesn’t matter how things are oriented – due to an ideal interfering contour, workpieces are always gripped safely and quickly, even if the power fails. Speaking of speed – no one beats our magnetic heroes when it comes to being ready in a hurry. A short pulse of current is all it takes to get the magnetic grippers ready for use. Uncomplicated, easy to handle and exceptionally strong – it’s time to add the invisible force of magnetism to your production!
Enidine’s Air Springs are highly durable, precisely engineered, and cost-effective for use in a wide variety of actuation and vibration isolation applications. With time-tested designs incorporating fabric-reinforced Wingprene™ or natural rubber flex-member construction and corrosion-protected end retainers, Enidine Air Springs provide superior quality and performance. As actuators, they can provide either linear or angular motion. These airbag products offer a favorable stroke-to-compressed-height ratio when compared to air cylinders, and they can accept a wide variety of actuation media such as air, water, nitrogen, or anti-freeze.
CPC‘s patented HFC12 Series couplings have flow comparable to many 1/2″ flow couplings in a 3/8″ body size. Compact and lightweight, HFC couplings replace bulky and heavy metal ball-and-sleeve couplings in a wide range of applications. An ergonomic design and a large, shrouded thumb latch pad produce a coupling that is easy to grip and simple to operate. An efficient valve design leads to high flow and low spillage. HFC12 couplings are also available in NSF-listed versions.
Servo-electric 2-finger parallel gripper with sensitive gripping force control and long stroke. It is a universally applicable electric 2-finger parallel gripper for a wide range of parts in clean to harsh ambient conditions that’s highly flexible. The electrical control of the gripper is carried out by the fully integrated control and power electronics. Hence, the module does not require any additional external control units.
A wide range of interfaces are available for communication, such as PROFINET, PROFIBUS-DP or CAN. This enables the assembly of industrial bus networks and ensures simple integration into existing control concepts. We offer various cables for transmission of power supply and data communications.
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The major advantage of compressed air-driven hydraulic pumps comes from the fact that they only function when their performance is really needed. This feature is commonly called ‘power on demand’ because such pumps slow down and stop cycling when the air pressure balances the oil pressure through the intensification ratio. For instance, when the actuator in the circuit is not moving, the pump is not cycling. When the directional control valve in the system opens the path from the pump to the actuator, the pump starts up automatically to provide the fluid flow needed to extend the actuator in its work. When the work is done, the directional valve blocks the pathway and the pump stops. It is as simple as that – power on demand! Just think how much energy is saved in a clamping application, a filter press, or a tire press where the pressure is sustained for minutes or hours with only system leakage to be made up.
The Canfield Connector B5950 Series is a Features include selectable control signal inputs from 0-5V or 0-20 mA with adjustable min/max current output. The output steps to the minimum current setting when 0.1V or 0.4 mA is applied to the control signal input. Also included in the compact package is a 0.1 to 20-second adjustable ramp-up and ramp-down output and sine wave dithering (PWM) with adjustable amplitude and frequency. The B5950 has an output current that is proportional to the command signal input.