Yamaha Motor- Robot Division Datasheets for Linear Actuators

Electric linear actuators have an output rod that provides linear motion via a motor driven ball screw, lead screw or ACME screw assembly. The actuator's load is attached to the end of a screw or rod and is often unsupported.
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Product Name Notes
Motor-driven actuators YLE series This series of actuators use stepping motors that realize high functionality at low costs. The series offer total 6 types with 180 variations. The functionality equivalent...
Single-axis robots GX series All product models employ highly efficient, highly accurate ground ball screws as the standard features. The lead accuracy complies with JIS accuracy class C5 that brings...
A clean room applicable model of the less expensive compact single-axis robot FLIP-X series. Suction air joint is provided as standard accessory and low dust emission grease is used. As...
An electric actuator that is composed of an AC servomotor, a base, ball screw, belt, and linear guide. This electric actuator is a general purpose robot that can be used...
Large inertial moment capacity, easily handles offset loads. Ideal for Cartesian robots requiring arm strength, and for moving arms that shift the entire axis.
New type electric cylinders that utilize a newly developed vector control system stepping motor to respond to the needs, such as automation at low cost and energy saving by substituting...