12V 24V 450 lbs 2000N Electric Linear Actuator Remote Control Kit (Model 0043083)

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The kit includes a linear actuator and a wireless remote control. You can operate the extension or retraction movement of the linear actuator via the remote control.

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Package Include:
1 x Heavy Duty Linear Actuator A
1 x Receiver: S1FC-DC
1 x Transmitter: CP-3
2 x Fixing Brackets A
1 x User manual

The information for electric linear actuator:

Feature:
High-quality products and high-quality services
New housing design, high working stability
Metal housing, able to work in very harsh environments
Metal gearbox, high strength wear-resistant gear
Aluminum alloy telescopic tube and outer tube, good corrosion resistant
Heavy duty design, high-power DC motor
Strong thrust, up to 2000N / 200 Kgs / 450 lbs
Multiple speed options, from 5 mm/second to 160 mm/second
Multiple stroke options, from 10 mm to 1000 mm
We can customize any stroke length from 10mm to 1000mm, such as 225mm, 660mm, 950mm and so on.
Advanced waterproof and dustproof technology
Low power consumption and low noise
Built-in two limit switches, linear actuator will automatically stop when stroke rod reaches the limit position.
Automatically lock after stopping, and no power supply is required.
Maintenance-free

Specifications:
Optional working voltage: DC 12V or DC 24V. Unless you only have 12V power supply available, we recommend you choose the linear actuator with 24V working voltage.
Stroke range: 0.4 ~ 40 inches or 10 ~ 1000 mm
Optional speed: 5±1mm/s, 10±2mm/s, 15±3mm/s, 20±4mm/s, 30±5mm/s, 50±10mm/s, 100±15mm/s, 160±20mm/s
The above is the speed at no load, and the actual working speed will gradually slow down as the load increases.
Max Load capacity: 2000N / 200 Kgs / 450 lbs at 5mm/s
Linear actuator can get maximum load capacity when it operates in the vertical direction, and the pulling force is less than pushing force.
No-load current: 0.5~1A at 12V or 0.3~0.5A at 24V
Full load current: 3~6A at 12V or 1.5~3A at 24V
Please use a 12V/6A or 24V/3A power supply to power a linear actuator or use a 12V/10A or 24V/5A power supply to power two linear actuators, or use a 12V/20A or 24V/10A power supply to power four linear actuators.
Shaft diameter: 20mm
Mounting holes diameter: 6mm
Housing Material: Aluminum Alloy
Stroke Rod Material: Aluminum Alloy
Gear Material: Steel Alloy
Motor Type: Brushed DC Motor
Duty Cycle: 20%, max 5mins continuous use
Plug Standard: Ordinary Two-core Wire
Certifications: CE
Environment temperature: -26℃ to 85℃
Operating Noise: about 46dB~56dB (Linear actuators with different parameters will have different noise levels.)
IP rating: IP65

Different speeds and corresponding maximum thrust:

No-load Speed Maximum Thrust
5mm/s 2000N / 200 kg / 450 lbs
10mm/s 1000N / 100 kg / 200 lbs
15mm/s 800N / 80 kg / 180 lbs
20mm/s 700N / 70 kg / 160 lbs
30mm/s 500N / 50 kg / 110 lbs
50mm/s 300N / 30 kg / 60 lbs
100mm/s 150N / 15 kg / 30 lbs
160mm/s 100N / 10 kg / 20 lbs


Note:
1. The above data is the maximum load capacity that can be obtained when the linear actuator runs in the vertical direction. If the weight of your equipment (such as a cellar door) is 100kg, and you want to use a linear actuator to open this door, you need to calculate the actual force acting on the linear actuator according to your installation method. This force is usually 2-5 times the weight of the cellar door. If you don't know how to calculate it, please contact us for help.
2. The above is the speed at no load, and the actual working speed will gradually slow down as the load increases. Full load speed is approximately 60-70% of No-load speed.
3. Different speeds correspond to different maximum loads. Please select the right speed according to the speed and maximum load you need.
4. Linear actuators are not recommended for continuous operation under maximum load, we recommend letting it work at about half of the maximum load to get a longer working life.
5. For linear actuators with a stroke greater than 500MM, you should not normally allow them to operate at their maximum stroke under heavy loads. If the actual stroke you want is 600MM, we recommend that you choose a linear actuator with a stroke of 700-800MM.
6. The maximum pull force of the linear actuator is slightly less than its maximum thrust force.
7. When the speed of the linear actuator is 100mm/s or 160mm/s, the self-locking force is much smaller than the thrust. At other speeds the self-locking force is greater than the thrust.


Wireless remote control information:

Application:
This receiver is a wireless controller for DC motor or linear actuator, it and the transmitter form a wireless transmitter receiver system. If you connect a DC motor to this receiver, you can operate the motor to rotate in positive or reversal direction by the remote control. If you connect a DC linear actuator to this receiver, you can operate the linear actuator to extend or retract by the remote control. You can connect two limit switches to the receiver and use them to stop the motor or the linear actuator. You also can connect a manual switch to the receiver and use them to control the motor or the linear actuator.

Features:
Wireless control, easy to install.
Suitable for DC motor or linear actuator.
DC 9~36V operating voltage range.
Two working modes.
You can operate the motor to rotate in positive or reversal direction by using the buttons in the receiver or by the transmitter.
You can operate the linear actuator to extend or retract by using the buttons in the receiver or by the transmitter.
With three manual buttons: You can control the motor or linear actuator by manual buttons.
With limit control terminals: You can connect sensors, limit switches or external devices to stop the motor or the linear actuator.
With wired control terminals: You can connect manual switches to control the motor or linear actuator.
The transmitter / remote can control the receiver from any place within a reliable working distance.
The wireless RF signal from the transmitter can pass through walls, floors, doors, or windows, but it will lose some operating range.
The receiver has reverse power protection and over current protection built in.
The receiver only works with the selected transmitter which is matched to the receiver.
One or more transmitters / remotes can control one or several receivers simultaneously.
Two or more receivers may be used in the same area.

Receiver Parameters:
Model: S1FC-DC
Operating Voltage: 9~36 VDC
Output Voltage: 9~36 VDC same as input voltage
Working Frequency: 433.92 MHz
Channel: 1 CH, can work with 1 DC motor or 1 linear actuator
Quiescent Current: ≤6mA
Rated Current: 10A, so linear actuator or motor's maximum starting current cannot exceed 10A.
Wire range for the terminals: 22-14 AWG
2 Selectable Modes: Interlocking, Momentary
Operating Temperature: -20°C ~ +70°C
Case Size: 100 x 60 x 30 mm (4.0 x 2.4 x 1.2 inches)

Transmitter Parameters:
Model No: CP-3
Channel/Button: 3
Button Symbol:▲▇▼
Operating Voltage: 12V (1 x 23A -12V battery, can be used for 12 months)
Standby current: 4uA
Operating Current: 14mA
Operating Frequency: 433Mhz
Transmitting Distance: 500m / 1500ft (theoretically)
If you stretches the telescopic antenna, it can have a further working range, which is twice as much as it used to be.
Modulation Mode: ASK
Operating Temperature: -20 ° C to +70 ° C
Unit Size: 92mm x 40mm x 15mm

Matching Transmitters:
This receiver can work with different transmitters, such as model CWC-3L (waterproof, 50 Meter / 150 feet), C-2-2 or C-3-2 (100 Meter / 300 feet), CP-2 or CP-3 (500 Meter / 1500 feet), CV-2-2 (500 Meter / 1500 feet), CG-3 (500 Meter / 1500 feet) or CB-3-2 (1000 Meter / 3000 feet).
1) When you set the receiver in Momentary mode, it should work with two button transmitter, such as model CP-2, C-2-2 or CV-2-2.
2) When you set the receiver in Interlocking mode, it should work with three or four buttons transmitter, such as model CWC-3L, C-3-2, CP-3, CG-3 or CB-3-2.

Working Range:
This receiver and different transmitters form a complete set, which can achieve different working distances. For example, when it and the transmitter CP-3 form a complete set, the maximum working distance may reach 500 meters in an open area. When it and the transmitter CB-3-2 form a complete set, the maximum working distance may reach 1000 meters in an open area.
The maximum working distance is based on theoretical data without obstacles and any RF interference. In practice, it will be hindered by trees, walls, or other construction, and will be interfered with by other wireless signals. Therefore, the actual working distance may not reach this maximum distance.
The receiver equipped with an external antenna has a larger working range than the receiver equipped with an internal antenna.

Usage:
The receiver can be used to control DC 12V / 24V motor or linear actuator.

Wiring:
If you want to control a DC 12V / 24V motor or linear actuator, do as following:
1) Connect the positive pole of DC power supply to terminal <+> of Input, and connect the negative pole of DC power supply to terminal <-> of Input.
2) Connect two wires of motor or linear actuator to terminals <Motor>, and you can exchange these two wires to change the rotating direction of motor or the moving direction of linear actuator.

Setting different working modes:
The receiver will be set in Interlocking mode before leaving the factory, if you require momentary mode, please follow the following steps.
Note: Need to restart the receiver after changing the working mode.

1) Setting Interlocking mode: Turn the mode toggle switch in the receiver to position L.
The operation by the transmitter, such as CP-3:
Press the button ▲ on the transmitter: Motor rotates in positive direction, or linear actuator extends outward.
Press the button ▼ on the transmitter: Motor rotates in reversal direction, or linear actuator inward retracts.
Press the button ■ on the transmitter: Motor or linear actuator stops.

The operation by the receiver:
Press the button ▲ on the receiver: Motor rotates in positive direction, or linear actuator extends outward.
Press the button ▼ on the receiver: Motor rotates in reversal direction, or linear actuator inward retracts.
Press the button ■ on the receiver: Motor or linear actuator stops.

2) Setting Momentary mode: Turn the mode toggle switch in the receiver to position M.
The operation by the transmitter, such as CP-3:
Press and hold the button ▲ on the transmitter: Motor rotates in positive direction, or linear actuator extends outward.
Release the button ▲: Motor or linear actuator stops.
Press and hold the button ▼ on the transmitter: Motor rotates in reversal direction, or linear actuator inward retracts.
Release the button ▼: Motor or linear actuator stops.

The operation by the receiver:
Press and hold the button ▲ on the receiver: Motor rotates in positive direction, or linear actuator extends outward.
Release the button ▲: Motor or linear actuator stops.
Press and hold the button ▼ on the receiver: Motor rotates in reversal direction, or linear actuator inward retracts.
Release the button ▼: Motor or linear actuator stops.

Limit control terminals:
The receiver has limit control terminals, and you can connect external devices (with normally closed contact), such as sensors, limit switches to limit terminals, then use them to stop the motor or the linear actuator.
For example, you can connect a normally closed limit switch to terminals <TOPR> and <COM>, and connect another normally closed limit switch to terminals <TOPL> and <COM>.
When motor rotates in positive direction, or linear actuator extends outward, if disconnect two terminals <TOPR> and <COM>, the motor or linear actuator will stop automatically.
When motor rotates in reversal direction, or linear actuator inward retracts, if disconnect two terminals <TOPL> and <COM>, the motor or linear actuator will stop automatically.

Wired control terminals:
The receiver has wired control terminals, and you can connect external devices (with normally open contact), such as manual switches to wired control terminals, then use them to stop the motor or the linear actuator.
For example, you can connect three button manual switches to wired control terminals <STOP>, <UP>, <COM> and <DOWN> according to following wiring diagram.

1) In Interlocking mode:
When connect two terminals <UP> and <COM>, the motor rotates in positive direction, or the linear actuator extends outward. And when connect two terminals <STOP> and <COM>, motor or linear actuator stops.
When connect two terminals <DOWN> and <COM>, the motor rotates reversal direction, or the linear actuator inward retracts. And when connect two terminals <STOP> and <COM>, motor or linear actuator stops.

2) In Momentary mode:
When connect two terminals <UP> and <COM>, the motor rotates in positive direction, or the linear actuator extends outward. And when disconnect two terminals <UP> and <COM>, motor or linear actuator stops.
When connect two terminals <DOWN> and <COM>, the motor rotates reversal direction, or the linear actuator inward retracts. And when disconnect two terminals <DOWN> and <COM>, motor or linear actuator stops.

Production time:
The linear actuators are the customized products, and these products are not in stock, we need to spend 3~7 working days to produce them according to the specified parameters in your order.

Return or Exchange:
The Linear Actuators are the customized products, we need to produce them according to the specified parameters in your order, so that we do not accept returns or cancel orders. If customers order unsuitable linear actuators themselves, we also do not accept exchanges, please understand.

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