AET ACTUATOR, AET CONTROL UNIT

ITEMS

  • AET Actuator
  • AET control unit
  • Control Unit interconnecting cable (multiple lengths)
  • Actuator cable (multiple lengths)

AET actuator features

  • Operating voltage: 24VDC
  • Load: 300N
  • Maximum stroke: 50mm
  • Speed: 14mm/s
  • Maximum current: 1.5A max
  • Accuracy: +/-0.5mm
  • AET Embedded sensors: Rotary encoder 2 lines/inch + home switch
  • Embedded non-rotating: yes
  • Rod material: AISI303
  • Gears material: sintered steel
  • Body material (fixing elements): zinc alloy
  • Carters material: ABS

AET control unit features

  • Maximum number of actuators: 6
  • Rated voltage: 24VDC
  • Communication protocol: RS485
  • Serial control: yes (up to 127 nodes)
  • 5 status control leds
  • Dimensions: Refer to Drawing

AGC ACTUATOR, AGC CONTROL UNIT

ITEMS

  • AGC Actuator
  • AGC Control Unit
  • Control Unit interconnecting cable (multiple lengths)
  • Actuator cable (multiple lengths)

AGC actuator features

  • Operating voltage: 24VDC
  • Load: 300N
  • Maximum stroke: 25mm
  • Speed: 14mm/s
  • Maximum current: 1.5A max
  • Accuracy: +/-0.1mm
  • AGC Embedded sensors: Optical encoder 75 lines/inch + home switch
  • Embedded non-rotating: yes
  • Rod material: AISI303
  • Gears material: sintered steel
  • Body material (fixing elements): zinc alloy
  • Carters material: ABS
  • Dimensions: Refer to Drawing

AGC control unit features

  • Maximum number of actuators: 6
  • Rated voltage: 24VDC
  • Communication protocol: RS485
  • Serial control: yes (up to 127 nodes)
  • 5 status control leds
  • Dimensions: Refer to Drawing

FUNCTIONS AND APPLICATIONS

  • Single actuator local stroke setting
  • Broadcast stroke setting
  • Single actuator enabling/disabling
  • Single actuator positioning execution
  • Broadcast positioning execution
  • Incremental positioning (adjustable steps)
  • Sequencial positioning execution
  • Synchronized local and/or broadcast management
  • Network node autoidentification

HOW DO BOTTLING COMPANIES MANAGE TO MEET A WORLDWIDE CONSUMPTION OF 1 MILLION BOTTLES PER MINUTE?

With a 61% increase in 16 years, the world’s consumption of plastic bottles has risen from 300 billions in 2004 to 583.3 billions in 2020, putting a strain on the bottling industry, according to Euromonitor, an international research institute.

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