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RCP2-HS8C Slider Type
High Speed Steel Base Electric Actuator

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Linear Electric Actuator Types

  • RCP2-HS8C High Speed Slider Type, Actuator Width 60mm, Pulse Motor, Straight, Steel Base
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    RCP2-HS8C Lead and Load Capacity

    Model
    Lead (mm)
    Maximum load capacity*
    Stroke (mm)
    Horizontal (kg) Vertical (kg)
    RCP2-HS8C-I-86P-30-[1]-P2-[2]-[3]
    30
    ~20
    ~3
    100~1000

    [1] = Stroke, [2] = Cable Length, [3] = Options
    *Take note that the maximum load capacity will decrease as the speed increases.

    RCP2-HS8C Stroke and Maximum Speed

    Lead
    Stroke
    100-800mm
    900mm
    1000mm
    30
    1200<750>
    1000<750>
    800<750>

    *The figures in <> apply when the actuator is used vertically. (Unit: mm/s)


    RCP2-HS8C Specs

    Item
    Description
    Drive Method
    Ball screw Θ16mm, rolled C10
    Positioning Repeatability
    ±0.02mm
    Backlash
    0.05mm or less
    Base
    Material: Special Alloy Steel
    Allowable Load Moment
    Ma: 36.3 × Mb:36.3×m Mc: 77.4N×m
    Overhang Load Length
    Ma direction: 450mm or less, Mb/Mc directions: 450mm or less
    Ambient Operating Temp/Humidity
    0-40 °C, 85% RH or below (non-condensing)

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    RCP2-HS8C Options

    Name Model Page
    Brake
    BE
    Refer to RCP2-HS8C pdf
    Reversed-home Specification
    NM
    Slide Roller Specification
    SR




    RCP2-HS8C Correlation Diagram of Speed and Load Capacity

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    ROBO Cylinder Electric Actuator Selection Points - Intelligent Actuator Automation (1) When the stroke increases, the maximum speed will drop to prevent the ball screw from reaching a critical speed. Use the actuator specification table above to check the maximum speed at the stroke you desire.

    (2) The RCP2 series uses a pulse motor, so the load capacity will decrease as the speed increases. Use the correlation diagram of speed and load capacity on the right to check the load capacity corresponding to the speed you desire.

    (3) The load capacity is based on operation at an acceleration of 0.3G (or 0.2G if the lead is 3 or the actuator is operated vertically). This is the maximum acceleration.



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