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Linear Actuator, 400 lb. Rated Load, 12" Stroke Length, 8.4 in./min. Speed @ Rated Load
- Item # 1XFX9
- Mfr. Model # 1XFX9
- UNSPSC # 31251511
- Catalog Page # 227
- Shipping Weight 14.0 lbs.
- ItemLinear Actuator
- Rated Load1000 lb.
- Stroke Length12"
- Speed @ Rated Load8.4 in./min.
- Duty Cycle25%
- Full Load Amps1.4
- Retracted Length20"
- Max. Ambient Temp.40 Degrees C/104 Degrees F
- Enclosure TypeTotally Enclosed Non Ventilated
- Motor TypePermanent Split Capacitor
- Thermal ProtectionAutomatic
- Capacitor IncludedYes
- Capacitor RequiredYes
- Feedback SignalNo
- Limit Switch TypeAdjustable
- Drive System TypeAcme Worm Gear
- Gear MaterialSteel
- Screw TypeAcme
- Nut MaterialDelrin
- Housing MaterialSteel
- StandardsUL Recognized, CSA Certified
Compliance and Restrictions
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- Linear Motion Actuators (170)
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