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140 mm Stroke 44 lb Thrust Light Duty Linear Servo

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L16-R-140-150-6
L16-R-140-150-6
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The L16-R hobby linear actuator is the big brother of our L12-R series and features a larger motor for increased force. These linear servos operate as a direct replacement for standard analog rotary servos. They use the same standard 3 wire connector, ground power and control. Regardless of how you drive your servos, be it with an RC receiver, an Arduino board, or a VEX micro-controller, the L16-R servo will function in place of a regular servo, but with the added benefit of providing linear motion. 

These hobby grade linear actuators are constructed using an anodized aluminum shaft, metal gearbox, steel screw and steel ball bearings. They're built to last and will look good on your models. These hobby grade linear actuators are constructed using an anodized aluminum shaft, metal gearbox, steel screw and steel ball bearings. They're built to last and will look good on your models. Comes with a hardware kit for mounting included.

These linear servos are approved by First Tech Challenge and are compatible with their allowed servo controllers.

NOTE: The L16-R is not plug and play with Futaba receivers such as the R6014FS that output 2.7 volts. To use these actuators with such receivers, you will need a Smart Fly Power Expander or Orbit Power Jack to bring the signal level up to 5vdc.

SPECS

Compressed
L16 schematic compressed

Extended
L16 schematic extended

Voltage Range (Recommended) 4.5 - 7.5 V
Product Weight 3.50 oz
Pulse Amplitude 3 - 5 V
Operating Temperature -10°C ~ +50°C
Speed (No Load)* 8 mm per second
Current Drain (Stall)* 650 mA
Dynamic Thrust* 200 N
Static Load 250 N powered on, 102 N powered off
Motor Type Brushed DC
Feedback Style 16 KΩ / inch
Gear Ratio 150:1
Wire Length 300 mm
Wire Gauge 26 AWG
Electrical Connection Male Servo Connector
Ingress Protection (IP) IP54
Duty Cycle 20%
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