Noliac launches adjustable drivers

29 January 2015

Noliac launches two new drivers with adjustable output voltage. The drivers NDR6210 and NDR6220 are designed to work as static and dynamic power supplies of various piezoelectric actuators.

Karl Vaulogé, Product and Project Engineer at Noliac, explains: "We have developed these two new standard drivers to accommodate a common request from our customers for drivers with adjustable output settings. Read more...

Cummins starts testing with major OEM

27 January 2015

Cummins Turbo Technologies is working with a large OEM customer to field test its new Electric Wastegate turbocharger.

The advanced wastegate technology, suitable for a range of light to heavy duty engines (3. Read more...

Rotork to support Colombia’s increased flow of oil

26 January 2015

Rotork EH electro-hydraulic actuators have been selected as a reliable solution for failsafe valve control on a pivotal new oil pipeline under construction in Colombia.

The Colombian Bicentennial Pipeline will improve the country’s crude oil transportation infrastructure and keep pace with burgeoning production. Read more...

FT series product line expands with new FT45

26 January 2015

Curtiss-Wright Corporation announced the expansion of its Exlar FT Series™ universal electric rod style linear actuator product line with the release of the FT45 model.

The FT Series roller screw driven actuators offer high thrust, high speed and high robustness in a compact form factor, making them an ideal alternative to hydraulic cylinders. Read more...

High-Dynamics Hexapod Uses Magnetic Direct Drives

26 January 2015

At the SPS IPC Drives 2014 trade show in Nuremberg, Germany, Physik Instrumente (PI) unveiled its newly developed parallel kinematic Hexapod systems with magnetic direct drives. They offer extremely high dynamics and are intended for motion simulations and test equipment in industry and research. Read more...

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