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Application of RACO electric actuator in seat testing equipment

Author:QINSUN Released in:2023-09 Click:107

Application of RACO electric actuator in seat testing equipment

RACO electric actuator is used in a variety of testing equipment to test the condition and characteristics of materials in various terms. Components are subjected to different loads, so product weaknesses and quality defects can be discovered early in the product development and testing process. These determined reference values ​​are used during subsequent production to increase process reliability.

Depending on the given task, electric actuators are used to perform linear motion with controllable speed, position and thrust. For example, a three-phase asynchronous motor for speed control, combined with a RACO positioning motor for linear motion position control, or a synchronous servo motor for thrust control, pehelps you get the right training solution.

RACO\'s modular system allows the perfect drive to be assembled and, thanks to an integrated load measuring device, to meet all required tasks. Whether moving at high speed or crawling slowly (speed <0.005mm/s), using appropriate shaft systems and transmission gears, excellent variability can be achieved within a wide control range.

Impact and deformation testing of car seats and head restraints are among the application examples mentioned previously. The RACO T6V5 electric actuator, with an intelligent positioning motor, generates a given position-controlled load on the seat back. The RACO K6V4 electric actuator, with synchronous servomotor and additional load measuring device, exerts a slowly increasing load on the headrest. The results of the deformation can be myured simultaneously.

RACO electric actuators are ideally suited to meet the stringent requirements expected of test benches, enabling precise acquisition and evaluation of measurements over a wide adjustment range. This makes purely electromechanically controlled direct drives far superior to fluid-controlled systems (hydraulic and pneumatic) and much more economical and efficient for installation and maintenance work.