15054-001

Lenco 101 Standard Actuators

Lenco 101 Standard Actuators

Description

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

Features

  • Corrosion Proof Vandar Mounts
  • Stainless Steel Ram Won't Flex, Even Under Extreme Loads
  • Double O-Ring For Maximum Protection
List Price
$234.00
Your Price
$158.11
In Stock

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Details

Features:

  • 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
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Lenco 101 Standard Actuators 15054-001 101 Standard Actuator, 12V, 2 1/4" Stroke
$158.11
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Lenco 101 Standard Actuator - 24V - 2-1/4 Stroke 15061-001 101 Standard Actuator, 24V, 2 1/4" Stroke
$193.93
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Lenco Delrin Mounting Pins 15087-001 Delrin Mounting Pins for 101 and 102 Actuators, Pack of 2
$7.95
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
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