- Place of Origin: Zhejiang, China (Mainland)
- Brand Name: H&T
- Model Number: HTW1000
- Usage:: Boat, Car, Large mechanical transmission, Other
- Voltage:: 36VDCor 12VDC 24VDC permanent magnet
- Motor Power:: 150W
- Standard stroke:: 100 150 200 250 300 350 400mm,(option)
- Load capacity:: 10000N
- Ambient temperature: :-25°C~65°C
- Certification:: CE,ROHS
- Low noise design,: db<58
- Standard mounting dimensions:: Stroke +240 MM
- Colour:: Black or gray
Packaging & Delivery
HTW1000- Combinations of components (Linear Actuator)
The Linear Actuator parts are as follows:
1) Linear Actuator:
(Stainless steel tubes, micro-switches, circuit boards, bearings, micro motor, reduction gear, screw, nut, bushings, putter, slide, spring, and nylon turbine) and other components.
Agricultural machinery, industrial machinery, excavators, bulldozers, harvesters, large sweeping vehicles, large machinery, etc.
Linear actuator Working Principle
Motor through a gear reducer, drive a screw nut. The rotational movement of the motor into a linear motion, and the use of motor reversing complete plunger action. Such as the action of the lever, joystick or rod body rotation, shaking complex. By change lever arm length, can increase or increase the stroke. Stroke control device
Driven turbine to rotate the motor gear on the scroll, so that the screw for axial movement within the turbine, driven by the link plate stopper rod accordingly to move axially to the desired stroke, by adjusting the stopper depressed stroke switch power off, the motor stops running (the same positive and negative control).
Usage: Boat, Car, Industrial machinery, windows, cleaning cars,, Other
36VDCor 12VDC 24VDC permanent magnet
100 150 200 250 300 350- 600mm,(option)
4)Standard mounting dimensions:
stroke could be designed according to your request
7)No load speed:
30mm/s(2000N) 15mm/s(6000N) 6mm/s(10000N)
8)Type of duty:
switches,not adjustable after leave factory
12)Low noise design,
Black or gray
Q: How much is the packaging size?
A: Packing size is in accordance with your order, your product specifications to determine the package size.
Q: How much does shipping cost and what shipping methods do you support?
A: Shipping is calculated based on the weight of the order and the distance it is travelling; we competitively
price each orde using our special shipping rates from our partners. For online shoppers
you can see a shipping estimate after placing products in your shopping cart and starting to check out.
Available online methods are DHL Ground, DHL 3 Day Air, DHL Expedited (2 Day Air), DHL Express
(Next Day Air PM), and DHL Priority Express (Next Day Air AM). For FedEx pricing please contact us for specific pricing.
Q: When will my order be shipped?
A: All regular, in stock orders ship within 24 hours of receipt. Custom Orders have their own timeline
depending on exactly what you need changed.
Q: What is your Return Policy?
A: We have a very generous return policy, for details please visit our Shipping Info and Returns section.
Q: How do I know if the actuator I need is in stock?
A: All items available for purchase on the GGEMING website are in stock. Our inventory is closely linked to the operation
of the website, meaning that stock errors are almost non-existent. In the extremely unlikely case of a stock issue arising
with your order we will contact you immediately to advise when the unit(s) will be available.
Q: What Payment Methods do you accept?
A: In orde
Q: What Payment Methods do you accept?
A: In order to give our customers as much freedom as possible we accept all major payment methods. However, due to security requirements not all payment methods can be accessed for online shoppers. For online purchases we accept Visa, Master Card, American Express, and PayPal. For in person, over the phone, emailed, or faxed orders we can also accept Wire Transfers and Money Orders. If you have a question about whether we support a method of payment please don't hesitate to contact us!
Q: Do you offer discounts on large orders?
A: We're glad to offer discounts on bulk orders! Discounts start on orders of 10 units or above. Please contact us with the details of your order and we'll be glad to make a deal that's the best for both of us.
Q: Do you offer purchases on credit or payment terms?
A: We certainly do; please contact us to provide more information about your needs, and to receive instructions on filling out a credit application form.
Q: What currency are your prices in?
A: Our pricing currency changes depending on what country you have selected when visiting this site. Our site attempts to automatically detect what country you are visiting from and offer you products priced in that currency. You can change this at any time by clicking on the flag icon at the top of the page. We currently support USD, CAD, EUR, and AUD.
Q: What warranty do you offer on your products?
A: We stand by our products, and proudly offer an 18 month warranty against defect or failure when used within their operating parameters.
r to give our customers as much freedom as possible we accept all major payment methods. However, due to security requirements not all payment methods can be accessed for online shoppers. For online purchases we accept Visa, Master Card, American Express, and PayPal. For in person, over the phone, emailed, or faxed orders we can also accept Wire Transfers and Money Orders. If you have a question about whether we support a method of payment please don't hesitate to contact us!
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What if I need an actuator using a Stroke length or Force that you don't stock?
A: We have many other actuator configurations available, and we'd be happy to make a Custom Order for you. Please visit our
Custom Orders section or contact us with your requirements.
Q: How can I mount your linear actuators?
A: Every linear actuator we sell features mounting holes on each end of the actuator body. Combine these with our mounting
brackets (with a 180° turning radius) and you have a full range of mounting solutions. Remember to mount the actuator on
something that can bear its weight too.
Q: Do your actuators come with internal limit switches? How do they work?
A: All GEMING actuators come equipped with built-in limit switches. The limit switch stops the actuator once it has hit the end
of its complete travel length in either direction, until polarity is reversed. This prevents damage from over-extension and also
conserves electricity for low power consumption applications.
Q: What are the actuator dimensions and/or specifications?
A: The technical data section of our website contains measurement details, product specifications, and wiring schematics. This
includes actual CAD model drawings of each product. Each individual product page also has a link to its own specifications,
And if you require additional information please contact us!
Q: How can I reduce the speed of an actuator?
A: All units currently stocked take 12V DC power. This means that if you use say, a 6V power supply, the actuator will operate
half of its rated speed. For custom orders we can also change the gear ratio from the electric motor.
Q: How do I connect a linear actuator to a rocker switch?
A: For GEMING switches you can simply visit our technical data section and find an assortment of wiring diagrams and guides.
Q: Can the actuator hold a load when partially or fully extended?
A: All GEMING actuators can hold their rated Force weight when stopped at any point along its stroke length. If your actuator is
rated for 400 lbs, it will hold that amount when stopped, even if the power is disconnected.
Q: Do the same model of actuators all operate at identical speeds?
A: Unfortunately due to the complexity of the components involved two similar size/force/speed actuators might actually operate
at slightly different speeds. At the outside this variance can be as much as 15%, though it is often much less noticable. One
way around this is to introduce a DC Speed Controller which would allow you to moderate one of the actuator's speed to match
the other's. We have DC Speed Controllers in our Actuator Control Systems section of the site. One thing to keep in mind as well