6" Stroke 1000 lb Push, 115 Volt AC Linear Actuator CMCI AP8 8390-0102 365239

Item Number: 5-1850

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6" Stroke 1000 lb Push, 115 Volt AC Linear Actuator CMCI AP8 8390-0102 365239

6" Stroke 1000 lb Push, 115 Volt AC Linear Actuator CMCI AP8 8390-0102 365239

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6" Stroke 1000 lb Push, 115 Volt AC Linear Actuator CMCI AP8 8390-0102 365239
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Description
6" STROKE 1000LB PUSH 115 VAC LINEAR ACTUATOR
New, China Motors and Components, Inc. model# AP8 8390-0102 linear actuator. Power extend and power retract. Rated to push up to 1000 pounds, retract under no load. Thermal overload protection. Open motor housing. Built-in potentiometer allows for use with position-sensing circuits.

SPECIFICATIONS
  • Voltage 115 VAC
  • Phase 1
  • Amperage 2.0/1.6 Amps
  • Capacity Rated to Push 1000 lb.
  • Thread 3/4"-6 Acme Thread
  • Stroke 6"
  • Limit Switches No Limit Switches
  • Direction Reversible
  • Duty 1 On 5 Off Min
  • Retracted length 12"
  • Pin Holes 1/2"
  • Size 13-7/8" x 6" x 3-3/8"
  • Shpg. 7 lb.
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Did this linear actuator will retract in automatic once that the max length is reached or will need a externl signal to retract ?

A: No this will not automatically retract at the end of the stroke.

Can the outer shaft be removed, and is there a threaded shaft underneath?

A: This does have an Acme threaded screw as the operating mechanism, but the outer shaft cannot be removed.

Can you recommend an actuator similar to this....6" stroke, single phase, etc. but with a much faster speed? Say something in the neighborhood of 5 seconds instead of 17? Also, can this be used for a repetitive motion repeatedly? I need something like a small ram.

A: No, we do not have anything approaching that speed or with that duty cycle currently.

With this actuator when fully extended since it is threaded will the outer shaft just fall out or is there an internal stop at the end of the internal shaft

A: The actuating rod/nut that travels down the length of the screw will thread off the end if allowed to travel that far. There is no stop on the screw to retain the rod.

If desired operation of this unit is to be used without a potentiometer, will the unit still operate if simply wired with momentary switches for direction control?

A: Yes, this unit will operate in that fashion. The potentiometer wires need not be connected.

Is there a remote for this unit? I have a bed frame that is powered by this unit and cannot find my remote.

A: We do not have a remote that is intended for use with this item. Item 11-2201 may be made to work if wired correctly as far as controlling extend/retract. We have nothing that will connect to the potentiometer leads for control.

will this work to replace the CMC model number AP8 8390-0101?

A: We have no information from that manufacturer to compare the units, so you would have to do some comparison based on the specs of the unit you have and the information we have on our website to determine compatibility.

Does this actuator lock when extended? Will it support a load under no power when extended? Thank you

A: These actuators were made for treadmills. It will hold position provided the load is not far enough over the rated dynamic load to backdrive the screw. It is designed to retract under no load.

What is the travel speed?

A: Unloaded full stroke extend or retract is approximately 17 seconds.

Does the motor below which is in an electrical adjustable bed run on a frequency of 50Hz (with an 230VAC/110VAC converter in Europe)? 6" STROKE 1000LB PUSH 115 VAC LINEAR ACTUATOR CMCI AP8 8390-0102 365239

A: The data plate on the actuator does not show that it supports dual frequency operation. It is rated for 60Hz.

Can you please provide additional wiring details for the potentiometer inputs (small white, black, red wires) including functionality and voltage requirements. Thx

A: These leads connect to an internal potentiometer which is operated by the actuator motor. The change in resistance is read by an external device for position sensing or other control operations. No further info is available on this.

What does "retract under no load mean?" When power is removed does actuator return to original position automatically?

A: This is powered in both extend and retract motions. However it is designed to push up to 1000 lbs but the retract is just to bring it back to the retract position, not pull a load with it.

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