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Warner Linear Linear Actuator: 12V DC Input Volt, 2800 lb Load Capacity, 4 in Stroke Lg, 12 in Retracted Lg, 25 A Current

Item # 856K102

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Product Specs

Input Voltage: 12V DC
Load Capacity: 2,800 lb
Stroke Length: 4 in
Retracted Length: 12 in
Current: 25 A
Speed at Rated Load: 0.175 fps
Duty Cycle: 50 %
Overall Width: 3.1 in
Housing Material: Aluminum
Limit Switch: Yes
Mount Type: Male Clevis
Capacitor Included: No
Capacitor Required: No
Clutch Included: Yes
Cooling: Nonventilated
Duty Type: Heavy Duty
Features: Hybrid Nut and Screw Design; No Brake Needed; Double Ball Bearing Motors; Heat Treated Gears
Frequency: 50 Hz; 60 Hz
Height to Mount Center: 4.3 in
Housing Finish/Coating: Powder Coated
IP Rating: IP65
Includes: Mating Connector
Maximum Ambient Temperature: 140 ° F
Maximum Operating Temperature: 150 ° F
Maximum Speed: 0.0127 mps
Minimum Operating Temperature: -20 ° F
Motor Type: Permanent Magnet
Pack Qty: 1
Pack Unit: EA
Resistance Properties: Weather-Resistance
Rotary Drive: Gear Driven
Safety Features: Mechanical Overload Protection
Screw Drive: Ball Screw
Screw Material: Alloy Steel
Specifications Met: CE
Totally Enclosed Motor: Yes
Manufacturer Part Number: K2XG20-12V-04

Compliance and Restrictions

Country Of Origin

  • USA
Hazardous material - General

About Industrial-Duty Rod-Style Electric Actuators

Rely on these industrial electric actuators to handle high duty cycles and speeds. Use clevis pins for mounting. These are rod-style actuators with external rods that deliver thrust to push or pull loads. They're often used in place of hydraulic or air cylinders because they allow more precise positioning, run more quietly, and don't contain potentially hazardous fluids, but they're not suited for hazardous environments or continuous operation applications.

The duty cycle rating is the amount of time per operating cycle at the rated load that the actuator spends extending and retracting ("on" time) versus the time it rests ("off" time). Typically expressed as a percentage of "on" time, a duty cycle of 33% for a 60 second cycle would spend 20 seconds on and 40 seconds off.