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A Better Actuator Experience with Actuator Connect

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29 August 2023 | LINAK Danmark A/S

The task of a traditional actuator is to run inwards and outwards at a default speed, but there is an increasing demand for advanced features and more control options. With the LINAK® Actuator Connect configurator it has never been easier to customise your movement solution.

With Actuator Connect, it is possible to configure and test the prototype without having to specify any software features beforehand. It is possible to configure Feedback types and scaling, virtual limits, soft start/stop, current limits, adjustable speed and position options.

LINAK knows that data is the key to improving quality or performance in general – simply by becoming wiser about the components that interact with each other. In the LINAK Actuator Connect configurator, it is possible to find real-time graphs displaying power consumption, temperature, position etc. that can be especially valuable in the protype phase.

Read more at linak.com and see the solution live at the HI exhibition, booth M9840.

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LINAK is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of electric linear actuator systems. Our systems are used to create movement with the purpose of improving people’s lives.

LINAK is divided into four business areas, each specialised in actuator solutions for applications within both industry, office furniture, comfort furniture and hospital & care.

LINAK HQ is in Guderup on the Danish island Als, production is located in Denmark, USA, Thailand, China and Slovakia and we have subsidiaries in 30 countries.

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