E2E Video: Wiring RS Units, Pt. I

On this latest edition of our Engineer to Engineer series, our Motion Systems Application Engineer, Chuck Leonard, will demonstrate how to wire and connect the I/O ports on our RS series actuators. This demonstration will be broken into 2 episodes, so be sure to check back for pt. 2 in the coming weeks!

Click here to learn more about MISUMI’s Linear Actuator options or email Chuck directly at cleonard@misumiusa.com. You can also view Part I and Part II of our 19-minute webinar series on the RS series actuators.

For more videos in our Engineer to Engineer library

Measuring Friction & Force
Rolling Element Linear Guides
Coupling Selection for Linear Guides and Actuators

 

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