Moticont’s new miniature GVCM-016-019-01M linear voice coil servo motor is smaller in diameter than a U.S. dime. This 15.9 mm (0.625 in.) diameter servo motor, also called an electric cylinder, features a high force-to-size ratio of 1.5 N (5.3 oz) continuous force and 4.6 N (16.6 oz) of peak force. The compact housing is just 19.1 mm (0.63 in.) long and in the fully extended position the shaft extends 20.0 mm (0.79 in.) beyond the face of the housing. The end of the shaft has an M2.2 x 0.45 thread by 4.0 mm long for backlash-free connections.
Non-commutated, these brushless miniature linear servo motors are clean, quiet, and feature high acceleration/deceleration, high speed, high reliability, cog-free linear motion, and improved reliability. They’re suitable for haptic feedback and pipetting in medical devices, laser, machining and drilling, work holding and clamping, scanners and laser beam steering and filtering, optical focusing, dynamic vibration absorption, testing, sorting, and assembly. Additionally, they could be considered as low-cost replacements for pneumatic linear actuators.
The housing and coil end of the GVCM-016-019-01M has 2 M2.2 x 0.45 threaded mounting holes on 6.4 mm centers for easy integration into new and existing applications. Designers can contact the company if a longer stroke or higher force is required for an application or about complete plug-and-play systems, including single or multi-axis controllers, and DC servo motor drivers.
For more information, visit www.moticont.com.