Lenco 101 Standard Actuators

Lenco 101 Standard Actuators


The Lenco 101 Standard Actuator is included in standard trim tab kits, standard performance tab kits, and Bennett retrofit kits.


  • Corrosion Proof Vandar Mounts
  • Stainless Steel Ram Won't Flex, Even Under Extreme Loads
  • Double O-Ring For Maximum Protection
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  • Top cap gland seal sheaths the actuator cable outer jacket as well as both internal conductors for maximum waterproofing
  • Corrosion proof Vandar mounts
  • Stainless steel ram won't flex, even under extreme loads
  • Double O-ring for maximum protection
  • Ballscrew rotates freely on 12 ball bearings at both ends of its stroke so there's no need for complicated limit switches and clutches
  • Self-locking ballscrew locks into position and will not drift
  • Precision molded, powdered metal, high alloy gears provide high accuracy, high wear resistance, and high strength for long life
  • Tough, high-torque motor easily transfers 750 lbs
  • High-impact, ultraviolet resistant nylon 66, 50% glass fiber reinforced thermoplastic housing
  • Corrosion proof Vandar cap and mount, stands up to severe loads
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Lenco 101 Standard Actuators 15054-001 101 Standard Actuator, 12V, 2 1/4" Stroke
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Lenco 101 Standard Actuator - 24V - 2-1/4 Stroke 15061-001 101 Standard Actuator, 24V, 2 1/4" Stroke
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Lenco Delrin Mounting Pins 15087-001 Delrin Mounting Pins for 101 and 102 Actuators, Pack of 2
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