SAILTEC's Kobelt E-Steuerung Katalog - page 23

This actuator was specifically designed to handle heavy
duty positioning functions. It has some very unique features not
found in any other actuators. First of all, it incorporates a manual
override which allows the operator to position the unit manually.
Secondly, it has an electro-mechanical clutch arrangement which
allows for spring centering or returning the mechanism to a
neutral start position in case of power failure. Most importantly,
however, the unit has a resilient driven output shaft. This means
that when the input shaft (motor driven side) gets ahead of
the output shaft, the motor will actually stop and wait until the
resilient link has caught up with the input side.
There are three different springs available for the resilient link:
100% spring which produces 600 in. lbs.
75% spring which produces 450 in. lbs.
50% spring which produces 300 in. lbs.
A potentiometer is also provided to give feed back to such
things such as pitch indicators, throttles, gear boxes, etc. All the
castings and hardware are constructed in bronze and stainless
steel.
For items that need accurate positioning, a push pull cable is not recommended, because of
the lost motion in push pull cables. A solid rod with rod ball ends is recommended.
Ordering Options
Resilient link Spring
C Clutch
1 100% spring
P Pitch
2 75% spring
T Throttle
3 50% spring
S Spring Return
B Cable bracket
Weight 50 lbs (23 kg)
E L E C T R O N I C C O N T R O L S
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The 6531 Actuator is capable of handling a wide variety of shipboard and industrial applications. On a ship, it’s ideally suited for
controlling engine clutches, throttles, CP propellers, trolling valves and any propulsion control function. The output shaft has 90˚ of rotation
and a maximum torque of 150 in.Ibs. It comes with either a 12 or 24-Volt DC motor (24-Volt is considered standard), has a reduction gear of
200 to 1 and is equipped with an internal electric disconnect clutch.
Weight 11 lbs (5 kg)
6 5 3 1
A C T U A T O R
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