Since the performance of electric actuators is superior to hydraulic and pneumatic in many applications, Jointway Leader actuators can provide you with smooth and trouble-free transitions.
Replacement of the Jointway Leader linear actuator is very simple, and the long-term benefits have been proven, including a smaller component footprint; better control and accuracy; reduced maintenance costs; energy costs and noise; and more environmental sustainability.
In addition, Jointway Leader linear actuator can communicate with the machine's electronic control unit (ECU), reducing the need for multiple single-function controllers. This linear actuator can accept commands and provide status information in return, such as position and speed, as well as safety-relevant data such as load or temperature.
Electric actuators operate with low force, reducing operator workload
Joystick or remote control enables multiple motions, increasing production and improving operator safety
Various digital and analog feedback options
Low voltage switch option to interface with programmable PC/PLC controller
Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) for variable speed control
Immediate command response time (as opposed to hydraulic/pneumatic delay)
No pumps, valves, or hoses, total parts reduction
Self-contained units eliminate access requirements for location flexibility
No need to resize or change to add components
Travel limit switches for extended life
No maintenance fluids, no leaks to repair
Longer component life
Redundancy through manual overloading
Battery powered, no parasitic power consumption, no system upgrades required
Maintaining position requires no pump operation or current draw as electricity is only consumed when the load is moved
No pumps, air pressure, or fluids means smooth, quiet operation
No sound when the cylinder is not moving the load
Less total power is required to move the load
Never needs liquids, chemicals, or solvents: no environmental contamination or spills
Compact design is easier to manufacture
Regional manufacturing reduces carbon footprint